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This project started on October 1st, 2021 and it supports the EU Green Deal. OLGA will develop innovative sustainable measures for reducing both airside and landside emissions while improving energy efficiency, air quality, biodiversity, and waste management. 

Focusing on boosting environmental performance at airports from flight operations, passenger and freight, and community perspectives, OLGA is uniquely positioned to showcase innovative sustainability measures and to prove scalability and EU-wide applicability.

Four international airports and their local stakeholders are involved in the project: Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Milan Malpensa, Zagreb, and Cluj. Further roll-out of the project results will be ensured by the Airport Regions Council (ARC), which is the organisation of cities and regions with an international airport on their territories. In addition, the OLGA project will connect with other EU-funded projects and initiatives focused on green aviation, boosting Europe as a pioneer in smart and sustainable mobility.


​​OLGA project brings together 57 partners and associated entities which form a diverse consortium gathering a high level of experience and expertise, ranging from large and small airports, airlines, and the aeronautic industry to public authorities, researchers, and innovative small and medium enterprises focusing on environmental performance. 

​The project also includes an Advisory Board (AB) consisting of 27 members including academia, aeronautic and mobility companies, airports, industry, and territorial administrations. The AB members are to provide feedback on project activities, share expertise, and assess project results. 


With a total budget of 34 million euros, out of which 25 million euros will be granted by the European Commission over a period of 60 months, OLGA partners will seek to solve the challenge of significantly reducing the environmental impact of the air transportation sector as a whole. 

It is expected that the OLGA project will rapidly achieve quantifiable advances, thus accelerating the exploitation of results. The efforts and innovative measures of OLGA will lead to CO2 reduction, air quality improvement, and biodiversity preservation while involving the entire value chain of the aviation sector. The OLGA results will further generate positive impacts at societal, environmental, and economic levels which will spread at local, national, and EU scales.

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OLGA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement n° 101036871

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