Marrakech Menara and Casablanca Mohammed V Airports renew their certification

14 February 2018

Two airports implemented by ONDA (Morrocan Airports Authority) just renewed their Airport Carbon Accreditation. Marrakech Menara and Casablanca Mohammed V Airports are at mapping their CO2 emissions. Well done! 


Eindhoven Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

13 February 2018

We are delighted to announce that Eindhoven Airport renewed its carbon neutral status within AirportCO2 Community! The second busiest airport in the Netherlands is a leading example of sustainability work. 

Read more about their environmental management here: https://www.eindhovenairport.nl/en/corporate-responsibility 


Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

07 February 2018

Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport just renewed its certificate at the highest level of the programme! What's more, soon the total solar power generation at RGIA - Hyderabad will reach 10MW. The airport commissioned an additional 5 MW solar power plant, on top of the existing 5 MW capacity. Great work for sustainability of their operations! 


Dubai Airports renew at Level 2 Reduction

06 February 2018

Dubai International and Dubai World Central Airports have met all the necessary requirements to renew at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Well done! 


6 Dominican airports join the programme!

01 February 2018

In a historical move, 6 airports in the Dominican Republic get accredited at Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation.

The successful airports are: Puerto Plata (POP), Santo Domingo (SDQ), Samaná El Catey International (AZS), La Isabela International (JBQ), María Montez International (BRX) and Arroyo Barril (EPS) Airports. Congratulations to their owner: VINCI Airports!

Read more: https://goo.gl/ryS5js