Schiphol has taken significant steps towards making the aviation industry more environmentally friendly, but have acknowledged that the pace of progress towards sustainability needs to be increased.
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A revised environmental study has been released which details plans to build a more modern, efficient San Diego International Airport which has seen an increase of passenger numbers of 400 per cent since it opened in 1967.
In a UK first, Heathrow will trial new technology that could turn unrecyclable passenger waste into airport furniture, uniforms and alternative fuels.
Dutch airline KLM, is changing the way in which we travel intercontinentally, reducing the number of flights with replacement train travel.
Plastic waste has become one of the largest burdens of our modern world, but Bengaluru Airport has found a novel way to re-purpose the material.
Amounting to nearly $7 million, and due to be completed by early 2020, the solar panel project will see almost 400 parking spaces covered by the energy-generating canopy.
Labelled 100 per cent safe and 100 per cent illegal, the plight of the drone comes back to haunt Heathrow Airport as more climate activists demand their voices are heard.
The GRESB assessment ranks airports on their commitment to sustainability through environmental, social and governance initiatives.
In a bid to reduce carbon emissions, Bristol Airport has made all of its electricity sources renewable in line with plans to become carbon neutral by 2025.
In a bid to ensure the longevity of the airport, this Gold Coast Airport expansion will increase capacity and secure the airport's place in the future of aviation. Carl Bruhn, Queensland Airports Limited Executive General Manager Property and Infrastructure, explains more.
The AAI now has 55 airports across India which are single-use plastic free in a bid to improve the environmental viability of the airports.
Erecting an airport at an UNESCO world heritage site seems more than slightly counter-intuitive and the current construction work in Peru forces us to question if aviation is in fact sustainable.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management plan to invest in safe, swift and sustainable modes of commuting.