The REACT4C Consortium is composed of a total of 8 participants.
One large research establishment (DLR), one industrial partner (Airbus),
three universities (MMU, ULAQ, UREAD), one small research company (CICERO)
and two service agencies (UKMO, EEC) constitute a well-balanced
consortium, providing the expertise necessary for achieving the
objective of the REACT4C project by completing the work plan.
Larger redundancy in expertise or tools is only allocated in areas
of larger uncertainty, e.g., in the field of atmospheric modelling
where the uncertainty has a larger impact on the outcome of the
flight planning procedure.
With respect to engine emissions Airbus receives support from Rolls-Royce,
who is not participant of the current project, but provides advice.
Additional gearing to the Consortium will be provided by those partners
being involved in FP6 Coordination Action AERONET III
for establishing efficient links to stakeholders. Four partners from REACT4C are involved
in the Aeronautics Network of Excellence ECATS
assuring involvement in relevant European research and initiatives.