Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

Air 2009-PL-92003-S

Study works related with long-term development of Warsaw F. Chopin Airport

Programme:

The studies will identify possible optimisation in the airport's safety and security and how to reduce capacity bottlenecks by defining a long-term airport development strategy.

 

More specifically, the studies will address areas related to safety of air operations affected by the existing location and infrastructure (2 crossing runways, proximity to the city-centre,...) and will seek to analyse airport operating processes, taking into account business continuity and threats resulting from the natural environment (e.g. bird strike, weather conditions,...).

 

The action also intends to reduce the negative impact of the airport's operations on the natural environment. This includes measures in the field of water and drainage management, electric energy management and analysis of bird migration and bird resting areas in the vicinity of the airport.

 

Execution of the action will help to reinforce the role of the TEN-T node by increasing its efficiency, capacity and improving environmental impact.

 


 

This project has been completed.

 

Budget:

 

National budget:

 

€1,305,000

Total project cost covered by this Decision:

 

€2,610,000

Percentage of EU support:

 

Studies: 50%

EU contribution:

 

€1,268,848

 

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Member States involved:

Poland

 

Implementation schedule:

Start date: May 2009

End date: December 2012

 

Beneficiaries & Implementing bodies:

Polish Airports State Enterprise

Ministry of Infrastructure

 

Additional information:

 European Commission, DG MOVE


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