Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport operator, Nieuport Aviation, has ordered six Vicinity Lightning™ electric buses,
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Enoch Opare Mintah, PhD candidate at Kingston University, London and Associate Lecturer of Governance at the University of Lincoln, UK, writes exclusively for International Airport Review on why providing a green passenger experience at airports is just as important as any other innovations.
London Luton Airport (LLA) has achieved Level 4 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) scheme and becomes only the third major UK airport to achieve this level.
Dozens of new electric vehicle charging points are now available to passengers, enhancing the provision for sustainable transport at Edinburgh Airport.
IATA reemphasised that every drop of fuel avoided counts in the aviation industry’s quest to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
For International Airport Review, Laia Barbarà, the Industry Decarbonisation Lead for Aviation at the World Economic Forum, discussed how the initiative, Airports of Tomorrow, will help accelerate aviation to Net Zero by 2050.
International Airport Review’s Editor, Holly Miles, attended the 18th ACI Asia-Pacific Annual Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, which took place in the Japanese city of Kobe and attracted over 400 attendees.
Companies including easyJet, Rolls-Royce, Airbus, Ørsted, GKN Aerospace and Bristol Airport, have established the Hydrogen in Aviation alliance.
An agreement has been signed between the CINEA and SEA to finance airport vehicle charging columns.
Having published its 2021-2022 Sustainability Report, iGA Istanbul Airport continues to move forward with its Sustainable Mobility strategy.
Aviation industry’s renewed optimism: Positive response to launch of additional exhibition hall at inter airport Europe 2023
With two exhibition halls virtually sold out, exhibitors are embracing the recently opened additional Hall C6 at this year’s inter airport Europe, the leading trade exhibition for the global airport industry.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) outlined its energy conservation plans to support Flex Alerts, issued when power supplies run scarce.
Samantha Martin-Williams, Deputy Chair of Newcastle Airport Ltd, writes exclusively for International Airport Review on how the airport is working to diversify and become more sustainable to secure its place in the future.
The airport remains on track to becoming a net zero carbon operator by 2033.
The airport is exploring the viability of lower carbon concrete, which cuts emissions by 50% compared to a conventional concrete.