ANIMA is a large consortium gathering 22 partners throughout Europe – airports, aviation research centres, universities, SMEs and NGOs from 11 countries. Nearly 70 committed experts of various disciplines (from acoustics, numerical simulation, psychology and sociology, land-use planning, aviation operational management and communication) are committed to the project. We are, indeed, firmly convinced that the multifactorial nature of noise-assigned annoyance can only be dealt with a multidisciplinary team. This general approach is fostered by the Future Sky, the research initiative to which ANIMA partakes.