Morten Winther

Improving Fuel Statistics for Danish Aviation

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  • Department of Policy Analysis
This report contains fuel use figures for Danish civil aviation broken down into domestic and international numbers from 1985 to 2000, using a refined fuel split procedure and official fuel sale totals. The results from two different models are used. The NERI (National Environmental Research Institute) model estimates the fuel use per flight for all flights leaving Danish airports in 1998, while the annual Danish CORINAIR inventories are based on improved LTO/aircraft type statistics. A time series of fuel use from 1985 to 2000 is also shown for flights between Denmark and Greenland/the Faroe Islands, obtained with the NERI model. In addition a complete overview of the aviation fuel use from the two latter areas is given, based on fuel sale information from Statistics Greenland and Statistics Faroe Islands, and fuel use data from airline companies. The fuel use figures are presented on a level, which facilitates the further summing of fuel according to different requirements. Methods on how to allocate the fuel use for passenger and cargo transportation are also discussed
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNational Environmental Research Institute
Number of pages56
Publication statusPublished - 2001
SeriesNERI Technical Report
Volume387

    Research areas

  • aircraft, fuel use inventory, energy statistics, Denmark, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, UNECE CLRTAP, UNFCCC, passenger flights, cargo flights

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