By utilising renewable energy and renewable fuels, such as electricity and biogas, Swedavia has successfully achieved fossil-free operations at all 10 of its airports.
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A new study conducted by EUROCONTROL has shown that capacity constraints are the biggest challenge for airports in the face of COVID-19.
Veovo will implement its revenue management system across all of Swedavia's airport network, such as Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
In a world where the decarbonisation of the transport sector is of paramount importance, how will the development of electric aviation contribute to achieving a fossil-free aviation sector?
Swedavia intends to enable all 10 of its airports to handle electric aircraft and place the first commercial electrified route in service by 2025.
A number of European airports have entered an agreement to comply with the Paris Accord, thereby committing to becoming emission-free by 2050 at the latest.
As additional revenues become paramount to the success of airports, companies need to diversify to gain the highest income they can. At Swedavia, Head of Parking, Entry and Mobility, Vita Andrews, is faced with that very dilemma; how can the airports capitalise on the latest venture? Here, she reveals how…
26 January 2019 | By Copenhagen Optimization
Swedavia, the operator of 10 Swedish airports, engaged with Copenhagen Optimization to improve the passenger experience at check-in at Arlanda airport before summer 2016.
24 January 2019 | By Copenhagen Optimization
Swedavia, the operator of 10 Swedish airports, engaged with Copenhagen Optimization to create an assessment of the quality of capacity planning for Stockholm Arlanda.
Following years of focused work, which includes electrification of its vehicles, a switch in fuels and implementation of efficiency measures, the airport has now secured its position as one of the most climate-smart in the world.
The SkyCity Office One complex at Stockholm Arlanda Airport is 15,000 square metres in size, ten storeys high and located immediately adjacent to the Stockholm Arlanda Airport international Terminal 5 and domestic Terminal 4.
Instead of a traditional ground breaking ceremony, the three main parties on the project buried a solid bronze hand shake, a water bottle made of recycled glass and an action plan for fossil fuel-free travel in a time capsule for future generations.
President and CEO of Swedavia, Jonas Abrahamsson, presents Swedavia’s sustainability success story.