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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.
Pittsburgh International Airport has announced a new phase of their ongoing partnership with CNX Resources Corporation, aimed at further reducing carbon emissions and costs for the transportation industry.
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.
While the travel industry was dealt a major blow in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic, in Salt Lake City the $4.1 billion Airport Redevelopment Project stayed on course. Kevin Staples, Senior Sustainability and Environmental Coordinator for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA), details just how this was achieved,…
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.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol explores a European aviation first, with the deployment of sustainable Taxibots to continue the airports journey towards the reduction of aircraft and flight emissions. Wilma van Dijk, Director Safety, Security & Environment at Schiphol Group, explains more.
At the latest SESAR 3 JU programme, SEA Milan Airports, together with the other key members and European representatives, have committed to a new partnership to accelerate a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable ‘Digital European Sky.’
Marco Troncone, CEO of Aeroporti di Roma, outlines how they plan to move forward from the COVID-19 crisis and how they are eager to accelerate both sustainable, innovative, and passenger-centric initiatives.
John F. Kennedy International Airport has recently launched a 60-day pilot programme for the use of a battery-driven ground power unit (eGPU), which aims to reduce diesel emissions.
Graham Olver, CEO of Luton Rising, tells International Airport Review that airport growth should not come at the expense of the environment and surrounding communities.
In this article, we review which airports had the highest passenger numbers in 2021, based on the total number of departing, arriving, transferring and direct passengers, throughout COVID-19.
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.
Hamad International Airport has begun recycling organic compost from green waste generated during landscaping activities, as a further commitment to the airport’s objective to meet zero landfill.
Christchurch International Airport has achieved being beyond carbon neutral, to become climate positive, an excellent milestone and movement towards a lower carbon aviation future.
To affirm Malta International Airport’s commitment towards achieving net zero by 2050, the airport has endorsed the Toulouse Declaration on future sustainability and decarbonisation of aviation.