Istanbul Airport has been awarded 'The Most Efficient Airport in the EU with more than 40 million passengers per year' by global leading aviation researchers at Air Transport Research Association.
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Istanbul Airport has announced that it will join 238 other airports who are committed to achieve 'Net-Zero CO2 Emissions by 2050' initiated by the Airports Council International (ACI).
Ersin İnankul, Chief Digital and Commercial Officer at Istanbul Airport, speaks to International Airport Review about the airport’s quest to offer a completely seamless passenger experience through touchless technologies, artificial intelligence and biometrics.
After becoming the first airport in the world to achieve the ACI Airport Health Accreditation in August 2020, Istanbul Airport has now become the first airport to be re-certified in 2021.
ACI World and all five of its regions have created a long-term carbon goal for their member airports and have committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
In Q1 2021, passenger traffic slumped by -81.7 per cent across Europe's airport network, resulting in a downgraded traffic forecast for 2021 by ACI Europe.
In order to make the airport experience easier and more enjoyable for families with children, Istanbul Airport has implemented various solutions for these families to travel more comfortably and happily.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Ülkü Özeren, CEO Advisor at Istanbul Airport, details the airport’s work to ensure a sustainable aviation future and a green recovery post-pandemic.
Following Istanbul Airport's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and continue operations in line its sustainability principles, ACI Europe has awarded the airport with Level 1 of the ACA programme.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to drastically impact the aviation industry, final Full Year 2020 results from ACI Europe highlight the extent of the current damage to European airports.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been felt worldwide, no more so than in the aviation industry. Kadri Samsunlu, Chief Executive Officer of Istanbul Airport, speaks to International Airport Review’s Leah Hockley about the strategies being implemented to protect passengers and encourage their safe return to air travel, and…
The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to severely impact the European airports network, with passenger traffic currently down by 81 per cent.
Istanbul Airport was awarded the certificate as a result of its efforts to prevent waste and use resources in a more efficient manner.
Istanbul Airport achieved BSI certification in the areas of quality management, customer satisfaction, environment management, information security and energy management.