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Some of the benefits of biomethane include reduced carbon emissions compared to natural gas, and support for wildlife at the production sites.
In partnership with LVNL, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has developed a joint programme of measures to reduce noise emissions caused by air traffic.
By temporarily suspending airport slot regulations, the European Commission hopes to alleviate the pressure on airports and airlines amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
ICCAN will work with NatCen to develop a new attitudinal noise survey by the end of September 2020, with the first to be conducted before the end of 2021.
Charges for unscheduled flights arriving and departing from the airport between 23:30 and 06:00 will be five times greater than daytime charges.
As part of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Bettina Ganghofer discusses how the future of aviation needs to become more sustainable in order to continue future growth.
In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
Since beginning operation in 1910, Southampton Airport has been a consistent aviation pioneer, and has now shifted its focus to the development of sustainable operations.
By introducing the Performance Based Navigation concept, ACI World and CANSO’s guidance outlines its use as an effective noise mitigation technique.
The Court of Appeal's ruling states that Heathrow's expansion plans have failed to consider its environmental impact under the 2016 Paris Agreement.
Within International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Nick Barton of Birmingham Airport spoke about how the industry needs to embrace a sustainable existence.
London Heathrow Airport's infrastructure has achieved carbon neutrality, making it one of the world’s first major aviation hubs to do so.
The programme will aim to decrease nitrogen oxide emissions from Schiphol Airport, in keeping with its emission-free 2030 target.
The Chilean capital’s air terminal, Santiago Airport, has begun its efforts to become a net-zero carbon emissions airport by 2050.