The airport's operator, Fraport AG, received the climate certification for Frankfurt Airport as a result of its sustainability efforts.
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Gordon Dewar, for the first article in a series of interviews with airport CEOs, tells International Airport Review how being CEO of Edinburgh Airport enables him to connect not just cities and countries, but individuals too.
The carbon offsets will be purchased retrospectively by Bristol Airport following the scheme coming into effect on 1 January 2020.
The certification, granted by the Airports Council International, recognises an airport's efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
The implementation of the plant makes Salvador Airport the first in the country to have a solar plant supplying energy to the terminal.
The airport was awarded ‘Level 3+ (Neutrality)’ status under ACI World's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, the highest possible accreditation.
The programmes represent focused efforts on the development of more energy-efficient, electric motor and powertrain systems for commercial aircraft.
With this creative solution, Genève Aéroport will be able to stop consuming two million litres of oil per year and reduce its impact on its surroundings.
The decrease is a result of significant investments into fuel efficient aircraft and sustainable aviation fuel since 2009.
The new sustainability and climate strategy announced by the European Commission has been eagerly welcomed by the EU aviation industry.
A new border system has lead to reductions in fuel usage, carbon emissions and holding times for arriving aircraft at Gatwick.
By reaching Level 2 Carbon Accreditation in ACI’s programme, the City of Austin’s Aviation Department has further demonstrated its commitment to sustainability.
Electric Ireland will provide a yearly supply of eight million kW/h of green electricity to the airport in a bid to increase sustainable operations.
New terminals and runways require long-term traffic forecasting and careful consideration of changing technologies, but they also provide the chance to explore how our workforce, our climate and our communities may change over time, highlights Caroline Wilkie, CEO of the Australian Airports Association (AAA).
The global carbon accreditation programme reported significant growth between May 2018 and May 2019, including new additions.