For International Airport Review’s Middle Eastern spotlight issue, Stefano Baronci, Director General of Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific, gives an overview of the airports in this region.
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Queen Alia International Airport (AMM)
Queen Alia International Airport has become the first airport in the Middle East, the second in the Airports Council International Asia-Pacific region and one of only 21 airports worldwide to be granted the Level 4+ ‘Transition’ of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme.
Queen Alia International Airport has been awarded the Green Airports Recognition 2022 by Airports Council International Asia-Pacific for pioneering green practices in transitioning towards a more sustainable future.
Airports Council International (Asia-Pacific) has released the results of the Green Airports Recognition 2022, which has recognised 12 airports in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East for their achievements in carbon management.
Findings of the Queen Alia Airport study emphasised the significance of the airport in facilitating economic growth, generating employment and boosting government revenue.
The charter highlights the signatories' dedication to moving towards zero environmental impact operations and reaching carbon neutrality by 2030.
As a result of embedding positive customer experience within its brand promise, Queen Alia Airport has received the higher level ACI accreditation.
In recognition of its efforts to deliver a safe airport experience in the face of COVID-19, Queen Alia Airport was awarded the ACI accreditation.
The project will work to improve the attractiveness of Sofia Airport, as well as the country as a whole and the Bulgarian economy.
Four new airports have joined the 31 airports currently accredited through ACI World's Airport Customer Experience Accreditation programme.
With an expected four per cent increase in Jordan's aviation growth each year, the government of Jordan must prioritise safety according to IATA.