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KTH CSA – Centre for Sustainable Aviation

As residential areas increasingly approach the country's airports, there is a need to develop aviation to reduce noise and emissions. The Swedish Transport Administration and KTH therefore decided in 2015 to create a Centre for Sustainable Aviation (CSA).
The purpose being to create leading Swedish research on the management and operation of aviation with regard to the environment in particular noise. The hope is that the centre will be able to generate societal benefits both in a short and long perspective, and both in a local and international perspective. The Swedish Transport Administration's ambition is that research for a total of SEK 50 million will be announced through the centre over a 10-year period.

Funded by: TRV
Time period: 2016 - 2025
Project members: KTH, TRV and collaborating partners
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Background:

Luftfartens planering, styrning och drift måste utformas, förnyas och förbättras for att möta såväl dagens som morgondagens utmaningar särskilt på miljösidan. Syftet med det nya centret är att skapa en svensk världsledande forskning kring styrning och drift av luftfarten med hänsyn till miljön, särskilt buller.

Syftet med centret är att med gemensamma krafter utveckla branschens och samhällets förmåga att möta nutida och framtida krav på att uppnå en hållbar samt effektiv luftfart och samtidigt stärka relevanta delar av svensk luftfartbransch.

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