ICAO Annex 16 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation calls for aircraft engine emissions certification ''granted by the certificating authority on the basis of satisfactory evidence that the engine complies with requirements which are at least equal to the stringency of the provisions of Volume II of this Annex''. The emissions required to be assessed and controlled for certification of aircraft engines involve smoke and gaseous emissions, such as unburned hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx).

As consultants in the field of air pollution control, Airport ACE provides technical expert due diligence reports on air quality for State CAAs, Aerodrome Operators and the private sector. We use established state of the art emission forecast models and assess the results according to the regulations and directives that are applicable to the specific task.

Our services include:

  • Smoke emission evaluation, forecast and comprehensive file preparation for reporting data to the Certificating Authority
  • Development, implementation and monitoring of compliance procedures for gaseous emissions and smoke
  • Aircraft Engine Emissions Certification Tests towards submitting relevant reports to the Certificating Authority
  • Calculation of smoke and gaseous emissions from road, rail road and air traffic
  • Smoke and Gaseous Emissions forecast during operation of a construction site
  • Establishment of air quality plans, where applicable in combination with noise action plans

Contact Information

11, 2nd Merarchias, Piraeus 18535 Greece T: +30 210 4585 512 M: +30 6983 498 240 F: +30 210 4585 430 E: info@airport-ace.com

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