Month: October 2017

Carrasco International Airport in Uruguay receives Level 1 Mapping accreditation

The latest airport to enter the programme is Carrasco International Airport (Montevideo). It’s the first airport to ever receive certification for carbon management in Uruguay. Welcome to our worldwide community! Learn more about this airport’s actions at 

Global airport industry climate action surpasses 200 airports milestone

– 201 airports across the world now certified at one of the 4 levels of Airport Carbon Accreditation – These airports welcomed over 2.8 billion passengers a year – that’s 39.6% of global air passengers – Latest global CO2 reduction by airport industry announced: -202,184 tonnes of CO2 – 35 airports are carbon neutral Mauritius, […]

San Francisco International Airport renews at Level 3 Optimisation

“Being a leader in environmental affairs requires the engagement of the entire San Francisco International Airport community to achieve our sustainability goals.   Examples of this approach include:  • Electric ground power and pre-conditioned air for parked aircraft, allowing airlines to use less jet fuel while on the ground • Construction of the AirTrain, an […]

Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez Airport joins at Level 1 Mapping

We are proud to introduce the 199th airport to join Airport Carbon Accreditation: Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez Airport in Chile!     Nicolas Claude, CEO of Nuevo Pudahuel, commented: “Arturo Merino Benítez airport is much more than a space of aeronautical processes. The development of traffic that we have experienced thanks to our air traffic development […]