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The article analyses peculiarities and specific features of the use of alternative power and fuel capacities during its formation in the sphere of air transport land management. The following elements of the system for producing power-efficient resources comprises have been considered. It substantiates the necessity to involve the concepts of design and use of a modern power-efficient airport infrastructure and its connection with sound and efficient land management. The authors consider the experience of other countries and the perspectives of alternative power and fuel resources – the "green areas". Also It have been established that every new project of an airport or a reconstructed one, shall be focused on meeting the latest standards of minimization of the airport’s impact on the environment and on the reduction of climatic changes, connected with its infrastructure and activities. Within the studies of the experts in the sphere of the aviation industry, and the members of ICAO council, it have been considered the concept of development and use of a modern, power-efficient airport infrastructure. The authors have proposed a modification of the methodological calculation of resource conservation indicators by reducing fossil fuel emissions within the airport and surrounding areas.
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