Month: March 2011

Reduction of 130,000 tonnes of CO2!

Today we are delighted to announce that Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – one of Europe’s major hubs with over 45 million passengers a year – has become Airport Carbon Accredited at the ‘Optimisation’ level, after achieving a whopping reduction of 130,000 tonnes of CO2! Congratulations to everyone at Schiphol Group for all of their hard work!

Congratulations to Munich Airport

Another of Europe’s top 10 airports has become Airport Carbon Accredited – this time, it’s Munich Airport, which has achieved the ‘Optimisation’ level of accreditation. On top of its extensive sustainability actions within its own operations, Munich Airport has also succeeded in reducing CO2 emissions of other stakeholders, through its fully implemented airport-collaborative decision making and […]

Congratulations to Gatwick!

Gatwick Airport – the busy single runway airport in the world – has become Airport Carbon Accredited at the ‘Reduction’ level. Stewart Wingate, CEO of Gatwick Airport was presented their Airport Carbon Accredited certificate by Olivier Jankovec, Director General of ACI EUROPE at last night’s AOA gala dinner in London. Congratulations to all the team […]