Residents

Noise measurement

Three noise measurement stations have been operated in the vicinity of Linz Airport since the end of 2003, recording current noise levels at all times. 

Blue Danube Airport Linz purchased both of the permanent stations in addition to the mobile measuring unit. The results are assessed by the State of Upper Austria, Department of Environmental and Systems Engineering, and documented in regular reports.

You can view the current measurement results for each station at any time on the State of Upper Austria's website.

ENVIRONMENTAL BOOKLET

In the environmental booklet, the Austrian airline companies set out the measures they take to protect the environment and the climate, underlining the Austrian aviation sector's strong commitment to sustainable aviation development. All the companies' activities in environmentally relevant areas of aviation are discussed and future developments are also outlined.

Download the environmental booklet


POINT OF CONTACT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS

Residents with queries about current flight operations are of course welcome to contact Linz Airport or the Vogler Air Base (military flight operations) directly.

CIVIL FLIGHT OPERATIONS

Flughafen Linz GesmbH
Mon – Fri 5.30 a.m. – 11.00 p.m.
Sat – Sun 6.00 a.m. – 11.00 p.m.
Civil flight operations information desk:


MILITARY FLIGHT OPERATIONS

Vogler Air Base
Mon – Thu 7.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.
Fri 7.30 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
Military flight operations information desk:

URIS

Environmental Feedback and Information System

Blue Danube Airport Linz takes its regional responsibility and its performance and competitiveness in Europe very seriously:

A great deal of consideration, caution and sustainable decision-making is required. 

It is with this in mind that Linz Airport's management works to ensure that the future development of the airport not only guarantees economic success, but also that this economic success does not come at the expense of people or the environment.

The company is supported in these endeavours by the URIS (Environmental Feedback and Information System) Advisory Council, founded in December 1999.

The URIS (Environmental Feedback and Information System) Advisory Council is a neutral point of contact for all communities adjoining the airport.

Current developments and upcoming issues are discussed and addressed at the URIS Advisory Council.

Partners and delegates of the following interest groups are represented on the URIS Advisory Council:
  • Communities adjoining the airport (Ansfelden, Hörsching, Kirchberg-Thenning, Linz, Leonding, Marchtrenk, Oftering, Pasching, Traun)
  • Linz-Land District Commission
  • Federal Ministry of Defence
  • Upper Austrian Economic Chamber, Linz-Land District Office
  • Upper Austrian Chamber of Labour
  • Federation of Austrian Industry (Upper Austria)
  • Linz Airport
  • Moderated by: Institut DDr. Retzl