Month: January 2012

We are the 52%

Accredited airports: “We are the 52%!” As of today, some 55 airports in Europe welcoming 52% of European passenger traffic each year are now Airport Carbon Accredited at one of the 4 available levels of certification. This key milestone drew praise from both Siim Kallas, European Commission Vice-President responsible for Transport AND Connie Hedegaard, European […]

2 important renewals

Finally we end this week’s series of announcements with 2 important renewals. Izmir Adnan Menderes International Airport renews its Mapping accreditation, while Goteborg Landvetter maintains its excellent Neutrality level. Stay tuned to the site folks, because we’ve more exciting news on the way next week too!

7 airports into the programme

A new country and a new airport group enters Airport Carbon Accreditation with a bang, as Finnish airport operator Finavia brings 7 airports into the programme! Capital city airport Helsinki Vantaa becomes accredited at Mapping level. And the Lapland Airports Group – a group of 6 Finavia airports – have been working hard under the […]

2012 begins on a strong note

And 2012 begins for Airport Carbon Accreditation on a strong note – we have a surge of accreditations to announce here over the next week … so stay tuned! First up is Eindhoven Airport, which is upgrading to Reduction level. Congratulations! Secondly, Dusseldorf Airport has entered Airport Carbon Accreditation, at Mapping level. Welcome to our […]