Almost a year since his participation in International Airport Review’s Coronavirus Roundtable, Stefano Baronci, Director General of ACI Asia-Pacific, looks back on 2020 and what the coronavirus pandemic has meant for aviation, and considers how this will affect the aviation sector’s recovery in the immediate future.
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The Airport Carbon Accreditation programme - the global carbon standard for airports led by Airports Council International - has extended its framework to include two new, more ambitious levels. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, thinks that, despite the pandemic, airports are more willing than ever to step…
By extending the airport slots allocation waiver, the UK government has acted on calls for relief from the aviation sector and ensured that airlines will avoid operating high-cost carbon-inefficient ‘ghost flights’.
In this video, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, is interviewed by Fethi Chebil, Airport PPP Expert at ICAO. Together, they discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global airport business; the restart and recovery of the industry post-pandemic; the ACI World Airport Health Accreditation;…
More than 280 individual measures under Munich Airport's carbon-neutral by 2030 target have already been implemented successfully.
Todd Ernst, Director of Aviation Infrastructure, Energy and Environment at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, highlights the changes that the operator has made to proactively reduce energy consumption and emissions rather than waiting to comply with international agreements.
Sergi Alegre, Director General of Airport Regions Council, speaks to International Airport Review about his outlooks on the coming year for the aviation industry.
Following Istanbul Airport's efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and continue operations in line its sustainability principles, ACI Europe has awarded the airport with Level 1 of the ACA programme.
A new partnership between three aviation and infrastructure companies will see the development of an eVTOL vertiports network connecting strategic locations in major cities across Florida.
In the second instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive sustainability series, CEO of Tallinn Airport, Riivo Tuvike, provides an insight into the airport’s efforts to become more environmentally responsible and how it is working to protect local nature and wildlife.
The certified jet fuel will enable a minimum reduction in carbon emissions of 75 per cent compared to fossil fuel equivalents and remove thousands of tonnes of waste-plastics from the environment every year.
As part of the UK's Future Flight Challenge, Heathrow will research the use of new technologies and create a blueprint for making zero carbon aviation a reality.
From 8 March 2021, vehicles using the forecourt of Gatwick's North Terminal to drop off or collect passengers will be required to pay a minimum charge of £5.
The SESAR Deployment Manager will use the CP1 regulation to guide operational stakeholders on what has to be done, how, where and by when, with the aim of accelerating the digitalisation of European ATM towards a greener aviation industry.
Paris Region, Choose Paris Region, Groupe ADP, Air France-KLM and Airbus have partnered to encourage the exploration of the opportunities presented by hydrogen use in Paris airports.