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Tallinn Airport (TLL)
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.
Chairman of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, Riivo Tuvike, says the green transition is no passing fad but is here to stay, as the airport further commits to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.
As December 2021 ended, Tallinn Airport welcomed a significant passenger recovery of 166,379 travellers, which surpassed 70 per cent of pre-COVID-19 traffic figures.
Helen Hilkja, Quality and Environment Managing Specialist at Tallinn Airport spoke to International Airport Review about the exciting sustainability plans the airport has begun under the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, to reduce carbon emissions across Tallinn Airport by 2030.
AS Tallinna Lennujaam airport has had a successful first half of 2021, with a positive net-profit and strong balance sheet, despite the negative impact of COVID-19 among European airports.
In the second instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, CEO of Tallinn Airport, Riivo Tuvike, provides an insight into the airport’s efforts to become more environmentally responsible and how it is working to protect local nature and wildlife.