Month: December 2017

Göteborg Landvetter Airport achieves 3-yearly renewal at Level 3+ Neutrality

Göteborg Landvetter Airport, implemented by Swedavia (the first airport group in the world to become entirely carbon neutral) has achieved a major goal in carbon management. The airport renewed for the next 3 years at Level 3+ Neutrality of Airport Carbon Accreditation. 

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are pleased to announce a new arrival to the programme: the 9th airport in Canada and 209th airport worldwide to engage in carbon management is Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport. The airport was certified at Level 1 Mapping, following their successful completion of emissions inventory. Fingers crossed for your future reductions! 

It’s a big day for Oman Airports Management Company!

At the ongoing Airport Exchange conference, Muscat International Airport was recognised for its efforts to reduce their carbon emissions with a Level 2 Reduction certificate in Airport Carbon Accreditation.   But the good news didn’t stop there… Another airport from the company joined the programme! Salalah International Airport received a certificate for Mapping their carbon […]

Montréal-Trudeau Airport renews at Level 3 Optimisation

The busiest airport of Québec, Canada, just renewed its accreditation at a very high Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Montréal-Trudeau International Airport actively reduces its CO2 emissions and engages the stakeholders present at the airport to do the same. The airport is one step away from obliterating their emissions entirely!