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Dear Members and friends,

This week we are happy to announce the arrival of a new member to the ARC, Iasi County Council in Romania. Read the press release for more information on their involvement with us.

With this newsletter you can get updated with developments in CO2 and noise reduction in airport regions, and the measures taken by both airport operators and local authorities in this field.

We will be present in the coming weeks at the ACI Regional Airports Forum in Madeira, Portugal and the Air Rail Conference in Oslo, Norway, together with some of our members and we will keep you updated with information from these events. 

Have a pleasant reading

Yours, The ARC Secretariat

REGIONS MAKE EUROPE FLY

 
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