ALIGHT - Sustanaible Aviation


A strong European partnership will show the way to zero carbon aviation


The strong partnership counts 16 partners from 9 different countries including small, large and new European airports. Copenhagen Airport is the Lighthouse and project manager of ALIGHT.

The consortium represents all the necessary competencies and disciplines to make the project a success.

Among others, the consortium includes the airports, the global airline association (IATA) and the main airline operating on the lighthouse airport, SAS. Air BP represents a supplier of both conventional and sustainable aviation fuel.

BKL is the logistics provider for CPH, and Nordic Initiatives for Sustainable Aviation offers knowledge on supply line of SAF. The German Aerospace Center provides expertise within SAF, fuel quality and data science in aviation.

Hamburg University of Technology is supplementing with accounting methodologies.

University of Parma will work with transferability of the ALIGHT concept.

Sustainability criteria will be evaluated by Roundtable Sustainable Biomaterials.

Knowledge on smart energy systems is represented by the  Danish Technological Institute and Hybrid Greentech.

Replication methodologies are developed by BMGI Consulting to ensure transfer of best practices.