Month: April 2017

Global airport industry hard at work to reduce and eliminate its CO2 emissions

• 189 airports across the world now certified at one of the 4 levels of Airport Carbon Accreditation • These airports welcomed 2.5 billion passengers a year – that’s 38% of global air passenger traffic • 30 airports are now carbon neutral – the latest are Bangalore International and Sunshine Coast Airport • There are […]

Adelaide Parafield Airport joins at Level 3 Optimisation

It is with great pleasure that we announce Adelaide Parafield Airport‘s accreditation at Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Only one step away from Carbon Neutrality, they are committed to reducing their carbon emissions and successfully engaging their partners to do it, too! Congratulations to everyone involved in this great achievement!  

Bangalore International Airport becomes the 30th Carbon Neutral airport worldwide

A historic moment and a milestone for the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme: Bangalore International Airport becomes the 30th Carbon Neutral airport worldwide! We are extremely proud of their achievement and are happy to see that carbon neutral airports are on the rise. Thank you Bangalore for being an inspiration!  

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport renews at Level 2 Reduction

 Thank you for your continued contribution to mitigating your carbon emissions and congratulations on renewing your certification at Level 2 Reduction! It’s been 7 years since Toulouse-Blagnac Airport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme and we are invariably pleased to have you here! Merci et félicitations!

4 South African airports join at level 1 Mapping

A very important moment for our Airport CO2 community! We are pleased to announce that 4 airports managed by Airports Company South Africa were accredited at Level 1 Mapping. Congratulations on this great achievement to all at Cape Town International Airport, King Shaka International Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport and O.R. Tambo International Airport. Well […]