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Stockholm Arlanda Airport is half-way through the construction of its true Nordic veranda, made of laminated timber beams and the future home to the airport's new food marketplace.
Airports Council International Europe has announced significant progress, with the European airport industry, in the concrete steps towards net zero CO2 emissions, with plans to further accelerate commitments.
Swedavia has announced its new environmental incentives to charge airline operators at its largest airports, Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter, based on the airline’s levels of CO2 emissions.
In March 2022, Swedavia’s 10 airports had a total of 1.7 million passengers, which compared to March 2021, also a month also greatly affected by the pandemic, air travel increased by 418 per cent.
Norwegian to launch an additional three new European routes from Stockholm Arlanda Airport, adding services to Antalya, Thessaloniki, and Mykonos in time for the upcoming summer season.
As Swedavia’s Stockholm Arlanda Airport prepares for a resurgence, Norwegian airline is planning an overall network of 54 European direct routes in time for the summer season 2022.
At Stockholm Arlanda and Göteborg Landvetter Airports, Swedavia has launched a new HVO 100 incentive, to encourage other organisations operating at Swedavia’s airports to phase out fossil fuels by 2025.
Due to increased air traffic, new operations and investments at Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Swedavia is set to launch an additional terminal from 26 October 2021.
ACI Europe has reaffirmed the European aviation industry's commitment to net-zero emissions, and has called on States to implement more supportive regulatory and financing frameworks.
By utilising renewable energy and renewable fuels, such as electricity and biogas, Swedavia has successfully achieved fossil-free operations at all 10 of its airports.
The Airport Carbon Accreditation programme - the global carbon standard for airports led by Airports Council International - has extended its framework to include two new, more ambitious levels. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, thinks that, despite the pandemic, airports are more willing than ever to step…