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.
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Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA)
In a UK-airport first, Gatwick’s new electric forecourt will support VINCI Airport’s sustainability targets. Tim Norwood, Director of Corporate Affairs, Planning and Sustainability at London Gatwick Airport, explains more.
Riga Airport’s medium-term strategy until 2027, ‘Runway 2027’, provides for the development of the airport city concept ‘RIX Airport City’, which offers not only aviation services, but also creates business ecosystems, ensures excellent connections, and offers new opportunities both for the residents and development of new businesses.
Queen Alia International Airport looks back over its achievements from 2021.
In this instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive online series, Mikko Viinikainen, Vice President of Sustainability and Environment at Finavia, discusses the steps the Finnish airport company has taken in reducing carbon emissions, and the complexities of implementing net zero emissions targets.
Riga International Airport looks ahead to the future of the construction of its new airport passenger terminal, with an area of 30,000 m2 and the capacity to serve up to 12 million passengers annually.
As part of the reconstruction at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, the airport has launched a new energy plant to reduce the environmental impact made by its heating and electrical energy.
259 airports are now actively engaged in addressing their impact on climate change, and 49 airport operators worldwide are carbon neutral, according to the Airports Council International.
Joining only 40 other airports in Europe, Budapest Airport has retained its carbon-neutral status and has even purchased carbon credits from a Chinese wind farm.
Following their efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, Hermes Airports has received important international recognition for Cyprus’ airports.
The Carbon Accreditation initiative has helped Narita Airport become the first and only airport in Japan to ever reach this high in carbon management maturity.