Cibao International Airport has achieved Level 4 Airport Carbon Accreditation from Airports Council International – Latin America/Caribbean.
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Airports Council International Latin America & Caribbean (ACI-LAC)
Airports Council International have urged State representatives at the upcoming the International Civil Aviation Organization, to reach an agreement on the long-term decarbonisation goal.
Palmerola International Airport has been awarded the Airports Council International - Latin America and the Caribbean Airport Health Accreditation, for its efforts with implementing a safe passenger experience.
Cayenne Félix Eboue Airport has been awarded Level 2 accreditation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme by Airport Council International.
Ecuador’s aviation industry has further committed to the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking through a new declaration, to enforce greater law and public order control to prevent these crimes.
Mariscal Sucre International Airport’s sustainability programmes, projects, and efforts have been awarded by Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean’s Green Airport Recognition.
Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean has suggested that governments should avoid reintroducing strict air travel restrictions, to avoid any further impact to aviation’s recovery.
Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean has recognised 52 airports for their continued sustainable efforts, as part of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
Watch this exclusive interview with Rafael Echevarne, Director General of ACI-LAC, which took place at the ACI World WAGA 2021 in Cancun, Mexico.
Jorge Chávez International Airport, in partnership with Lima Airport Partners, has welcomed a leading development project, which is fundamental to the growth of Latin American airports.
On 22 November 2021, the Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean held a board meeting to discuss the framework of airport operations and environmental management.
ACI World and all five of its regions have created a long-term carbon goal for their member airports and have committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
By achieving the accreditation, Guanacaste Airport highlights its efforts to measure, manage and reduce its carbon footprint.
Andrew O’Brian, President and CEO of Corporación Quiport S.A. – operator of Quito International Airport – writes how the key factors of effective leadership, communication and fluid coordination played a pivotal role in Quito International being the first airport in the region to resume commercial passenger operations.
ACI-LAC, ALTA, CANSO and IATA have called for the implementation and adherence to internationally-agreed measures which permit safe air travel during the COVID‐19 pandemic.