In the next installment of International Airport Review’s Cleaner, Green Airport series, Neil Pakey, President & Chief Executive Officer at Nieuport Aviation, details the sustainability initiatives that are taking centre stage in Toronto City Airport’s terminal.
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In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s sustainability series, Malta International Airport’s Justine Baldacchino, Manager, Sustainability and Analytics, and Lorna Refalo, Communications Executive, discuss the exciting initiatives in place to maintain a sustainable recovery momentum post-COVID-19 pandemic.
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,…
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.
Cleaner, Greener Airports: Making Aviation More Sustainable – San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Brendan Reed, Director of Planning & Environmental Affairs for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, explains how San Diego International Airport’s brand-new Terminal 1 will develop the airport’s future sustainability goals and endeavours.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, Los Angeles World Airports explains how despite bold, they are determined to achieve their net zero energy, water, waste, and carbon emissions vision by the year 2045.
Todd Ernst, Director of Aviation Infrastructure, Energy, and the Environment for Toronto Pearson Airport, explains how Canada’s largest airport has set clear targets for net zero emissions and net zero waste by 2050.
Nick Jones, CEO of Newcastle International Airport, writes about the airport’s sustainability plans and how they will achieve net zero by 2035, in the latest instalment of International Airport Review's exclusive series.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive online series, Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Sustainability & Environment at Zurich Airport, outlines the opportunities to go beyond their own decarbonisation plans and support other aviation industry partners.
In this instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, Hari K Marar, Managing Director and CEO of BIAL, discusses the transformation Bangalore International Airport has undergone and the growth the airport has driven through a pioneering sustainable mindset.
Marion Town, Director of Climate and Environment at Vancouver International Airport, highlights how their sustainability efforts reflect their community and global concerns.
Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive at Edinburgh Airport, explains how the pandemic is not deterring the airport from their sustainable goals, in the latest installment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
Christel Vandenhouten, Head of Sustainability at Brussels Airport, reflects on the opportunity the coronavirus pandemic has created to drive the airport’s sustainability strategy even further, in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review's sustainability series, VINCI Airports – the operator of 45 airports in Europe, Asia and the Americas – explains why the operator is confident of reaching the target of net zero emissions by 2050.
Rika Ito, Manager of the Environmental Management Group at Kansai Airports, details the commitment being made to address environmental issues and the advantages of working collaboratively between the three airports under the group’s operation in the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.