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.
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Household waste and sewage to be used in jet fuel production as UK government makes world-leading SAF commitments
Eight companies have been shortlisted to share £15 million government funding to support the development of first-of-a-kind production plants turning waste into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Becoming 100 per cent water positive means that BLR Airport replenishes more water than it consumes.
The new concession will focus on two main goals, namely an investment programme to enhance quality of services, and an ambitious environmental policy for the airport.
Julio Ribas, CEO of Salvador Bahia Airport details the airport’s green initiatives and explains how their achievements thus far are inspiring them to work harder to create truly sustainable mobility.
After a turbulent year for airports, MPs are launching an inquiry exploring the impact COVID-19 has had on Scottish airports, their local communities, and environmental concerns.
New study finds that 81 per cent of capital markets investors expect to see more regional carriers receiving government bailouts. Fifty seven per cent predict the sector will be targeted by private equity as a recovery play.
The various modules have been designed to illustrate how both individual actions and overall company policies effect sustainability.
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.
Murali Varadarajan, who is currently in charge of developing the Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for the Advanced Engine off Navigation (AEON) project, talks to International Airport Review about the project and how it is working towards a sustainable future for aviation.
The foundation hopes to inspire more organisations and individuals to follow suit and turn the tide on marine waste.
“It Doesn’t Fly With Us”: New campaign sees aviation industry stepping up to protect threatened wildlife
The ROUTES Partnership and United For Wildlife have launched a new ‘Step Up to Stop Wildlife Trafficking’ campaign and are encouraging all aviation companies that want to help to end wildlife trafficking in air transport to get involved. For International Airport Review, Michelle Owen, ROUTES’ Lead, discusses the campaign and…
San Francisco International Airport colleagues Erin Cooke, Sustainability and Environmental Policy Director, and Anthony Bernheim, Healthy & Resilient Buildings Program Manager - Planning, Design & Construction, explain the airport’s goals to become a ‘zero’ campus and the importance of sustainability in a region that is actively experiencing the effects of…
For International Airport Review, Dorothea von Boxberg, Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson of Lufthansa Cargo, and Thorsten Meincke, Board Member for Air and Ocean Freight at DB Schenker, discuss the collaboration between the two companies that resulted in commercial aviation’s first carbon neutral freight flight, as well as what the…
The MoU will see Shell Aviation and Rolls-Royce expand and accelerate several existing areas of cooperation to help to decarbonise aviation, including advancing the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel.