PRJ – ADRIGREEN (local)
/ SO 4.1
Green and Intermodal solutions for Adriatic airports and ports
4.1: Improve the quality, safety and environmental sustainability of marine and coastal transport services and nodes by promoting multimodality in the programme area
Pula Airport Ltd
Local, regional and national public authorities
Enterprises, transport operators, multimodal logistics hubs, infrastructure providers
Regional innovation agencies Education and training organisations, universities and research institutes
The main objective of ADRIGREEN project is to improve the integration of Croatian and Italian ports and airports with other modes of transportation in order to enhance the processing of passengers during the summer seasons and to improve environmental performances of the Adriatic maritime and aviation systems. The objective of the testing phase will be to demonstrate the feasibility, the effectiveness and the replicability of the identified solutions. International investigation on best solutions to be transferred on Adriatic coasts will be realized. Furthermore, the project includes the environmental assessments of involved ports and airports, technical manual on identified practices, Cross-Border Forum of Green and Intermodal Ports and Airports to present solutions.
F&F – adrigreen
Pula Airport Ltd
Ližnjan, Valtursko polje 210
Pula - Croatia
Pula Airport is the international airport serving Pula, Croatia and is located 6 km from the city center. It served 717.187 passengers in 2018. The airport is designed as the alternative airport for parts of Slovenia and a multitude of cities in eastern Italy. Pula airport is currently capable of handling large wide-body aircraft such as the Boeing 747 and Ilyushin Il-96. It is the only airport in Istria County offering regularly scheduled commercial services.
Contact person: Nina
E-mail: Vojnić Žagar
Dubrovnik Airport Ltd
Dubrovnik Airport is the international airport of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The airport is located approximately 15.5 km from Dubrovnik city centre, near Čilipi. It was the third-busiest airport in Croatia in 2019 after Zagreb Airport and Split Airport in terms of passenger throughput. It also has the country's longest runway, allowing it to accommodate heavy long-haul aircraft. The airport is a major destination for leisure flights during the European summer holiday season.
Contact person: Hrvoje Spremić
Airports of Apulia
Airports of Apulia manages the Apulian airport system, which include Bari, Brindisi, Foggia, and Taranto-Grottaglie airports. Becoming a key factor in the economic development of the region, airports in Puglia contribute, each in its own area, in the steady process of growth and social development. The airports in Bari and Brindisi are dedicated to the growing number of passengers.
Contact person: Mario Pertile
AIRiminum 2014 S.p.A
AIRiminum 2014 SPA, by virtue of a convention signed in March 2015 with Italian Civil Aviation Authority, holds the 30 years concession for the total management of Rimini and San Marino “Federico Fellini” Airport. Among the minor Italian international airports, AIRiminum is the first entirely privately held company and it aims to reallocate the Airport in its natural role of economic engine and logistic hub of Romagna.
Contact person: Leonardo Corbucci
Abruzzo Airport Management Company Ltd
Abruzzo Airport Management Company (SAGA) has been established in 1981 with the purpose to manage Abruzzo Airport. The company is controlled by Abruzzo Region (99,99%) and it mission is to contribute to social and economic development of the Region, by promoting connection with other geographical destinations. The company is very committed to ensure high qualitative standards of services offered to passengers and air companies.
Contact person: Fabrizio Ocone
Dubrovnik Port Authority
Dubrovnik Port Authority is founded to govern, construct and use the Port Dubrovnik - Gruž, opened for international public transport, and proclaimed for its size and importance the port of special international and economic interest for the Republic of Croatia. Dubrovnik Port Authority is one of the key stakeholders in process of positioning City of Dubrovnik managing cruise “home port” operations. Its goal is to perform as efficient processing of Cruise and fly passengers.
Contact person: Dario Barbarić
Central Adriatic Ports Authority
Central Adriatic Ports Authority is a NUTS I authority. As Core port of the ScanMed corridor of TEN-T network, the port of Ancona plays a strategic role as main gateway connecting South-east Mediterrean countries with the Northern and Central Europe countries, for passenger and freight traffic. One of the key responsibilities of the authority is the management and organization of the port passenger terminal, crossed each year by nearly 1.000.000 passengers.
Contact person: Guido Vettorel
Pula Port Authority
Port Authority is a non-profit legal entity with rights and obligations defined by the Law on Maritime Domain and Sea Ports. The founder of the Authority is the County of Istria. The Port Authority manages several areas and ports in the county: the port of Pula, Commercial zone of Port of Pula, port called Fisherman's cottage, cargo pier in Štinjan, port of Fažana, port of Brijuni, port of Runke, port of Polje, port of Medulin, port of Krnica, port of Valbandon, port of Bunarina, etc.
Contact person: Sanja Beletić Albertini
Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority
Southern Adriatic Sea Port Authority manages the port areas of Bari, Barletta and Monopoli and coordinates the relations among the public and private operators for security, passengers and good services. The 2018 statistics for the three ports showed that the passengers flows were about 1,500,000 transits of which about 370,000 cruise passengers and the rest on ferries connections.
Contact person: Evangelia Piteni
University Politechnic of Marche
The Università Politecnica delle Marche (UNIVPM), founded in 1969, is one of the leading mid-sized universities in Italy. The Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile e di Architettura (DICEA) is among the most active departments of civil engineering in Italy, educating a range of professionals and generating research of the highest quality. DICEA brings together a wide range of disciplines.
Contact person: Francesco Canestrari
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