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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In a bid to cut carbon dioxide production, the German government has proposed doubling the tax levy on top of the cost of plane tickets.
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.
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.
As the climate crisis gets ever more paramount, the aviation industry must do all it can to minimise its effects on the environment. Could waste gases be the answer?
For the latest instalment in our Sustainability Series, Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Environmental Services of Zurich Airport, tells us how the airport is doing its bit for the environment; from solar panels and water wastage, to electric airside vehicles and biodiversity.
Yet more opposition has surfaced for the expansion of the UK's only hub airport as the London Assembly highlights the negative effects the expansion will have upon the capital.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has recently started a study which looks into the production of sustainable kerosene from air. We spoke to Willem van Genugten (Director Urban Crossovers) and Ron Louwerse (Director Rotterdam The Hague Airport) who told us a bit more about the project.
Drivers of electric vehicles will pay 75 per cent less for a 30-minute drop off or pick up in comparison to other vehicles.
Kenya's Airport Authority (KAA) is taking massive steps to mitigate the impact their airports have upon the environment; Naomi Njeri Gitau, Environmental Manager at KAA explains some of the measures implemented across the nation.
Comparable to 53,617 tree seedlings grown for 10 years, this new sustainable scheme will significantly help reduce DXB's carbon emissions.
The new service is set to provide a sustainable transport alternative to Heathrow for passengers and staff, saving thousands of car journeys every year.
Following the pledge by European airports to become net zero by 2050, Hermes Airports storms ahead achieving ACA neutrality accreditation.
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.