The new logistics centre will support Munich Airport's decarbonisation efforts, as well as offer sufficient capacity for airport subsidiaries and companies outside of the FMG Group.
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Banning single-use plastics, encouraging use of public transport to and from an airport, managing food waste, reducing use of fossil fuels, monitoring water use, switching to renewable energy sources, sourcing food sustainably. These are all examples of how an airport can begin to reduce its carbon footprint; its greenhouse-gas emissions; its impact on the environment.
The climate change emergency is upon us, and all industries must work hard at becoming more sustainable – the aviation industry included. As the above paragraph demonstrates, this goes beyond using sustainable aviation fuel.
Many airports and authorities have recognised the need to implement environmentally-friendly strategies, and International Airport Review here showcases some of these achievements. However the entire industry must continue striving and innovating to ensure an airport’s surroundings are not negatively impacted and the environment is protected for the future.
Two years into a 25-year concession, VINCI Airports is continuing its modernisation work at Belgrade Airport in order to make it a more sustainable hub.
A number of stakeholders have worked to set a common emissions target and roadmap to achieve the 2050 fossil-free goal for Norwegian aviation.
From reducing carbon emissions, noise levels, water usage and waste, all aspects of airport operations need to be considered with a sustainable mindset. This In-Depth Focus highlights some important changes that airports are making to reduce energy consumption and emissions, and some innovative ways to produce renewable energy to power…
17 December 2020 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
As a joint initiative of ACI and IATA, NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) creates a shared vision for the future of travel. While the first webinar confirmed the validity of and the need for the concepts of NEXTT in these difficult times for the air travel industry, this second webinar will…
Gabriele Dackaite, ANIMA Project Information Officer at Airport Regions Council (ARC), details the work of the organisation with airport regions, and highlights the funding opportunities that are available for green recovery in EU projects post-COVID-19.
In this issue we feature articles from industry experts on a vast range of topics including: how the new Salt Lake City International Airport will provide passengers with an entirely new experience; a look at whether the two-tier fire protection system developing at some key airports is potentially affecting the…
Dallas Fort Worth International becomes first airport to reach new 4+ level in ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme
Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) was recognised as the first carbon-neutral airport in North America in 2016, but this new accreditation demonstrates the airport's continuing commitment to sustainability.
The certification marks a new phase in Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport's long-term commitment to environmental responsibility.
The ACI accreditation is the first result of the new environmental strategy that has been implemented at Belgrade Airport.
The European Commission's strategy reinforces the sector’s existing commitments towards a sustainable post-crisis future, including reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The new master plan is a long-term vision for how London City Airport can recover from COVID-19 and ensure future growth in a sustainable and responsible way.
The airport is considering the introduction of Forecourt Access Charges in order to prevent a car-led airport recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
By utilising Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo have operated commercial aviation's first carbon-neutral freight flight.
Currently SAF is on average between two to four times more expensive than fossil fuels with current global production of about 100 million litres a year which is just 0.1 per cent of the total amount of aviation fuel consumed by the industry.