Month: June 2018

Liège Airport moves up to Level 2 Reduction!

  Liège Airport has just achieved an upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. In its environmental policy, Liège Airport has defined five lines of action to limit its carbon footprint: • Rational use of energy • Greenhouse gas emissions • Air quality • Legal and regulatory watch • Awareness, information and partnership […]

Lanzarote Airport achieves Level 2 Reduction!

Spain’s Aena is making great strides in climate action within its airport network! Its Lanzarote Airport has just achieved a successful upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Find out more about Aena’s environmental work in the interview we did a while ago with Ana Salazar, Aena’s Head of Quality and Environmental Division. 

Aena’s Santiago Airport starts Mapping its CO2 emissions

  We are delighted to confirm that the main airport serving pilgrims to Santiago De Compostela: Santiago Airport just started Mapping its carbon emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation.  You can read more about Aena’s work on environment in our interview with Ana Salazar, the Head of Quality & Environmental Department at Aena.  

TAG Farnborough Airport becomes the first carbon neutral business aviation in the world!

  TAG Farnborough Airport has been awarded carbon neutral status, the first business aviation airport in the world to achieve this under Airport Carbon Accreditation.  To achieve carbon neutral status, an airport must have mapped its carbon emissions, reduced CO2 emissions under its direct control, engaged with others on the airport site to reduce their […]

Copenhagen Airport renews at Level 3 Optimisation

Denmark’s busiest airport – Copenhagen Airport – just renewed its Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate for another year. CPH airport is only one step away from carbon neutrality. At Level 3 Optimisation, it actively reduces its carbon footprint and works with their business partners to forge further cuts in overall emissions as well. 

London Gatwick Airport secures 3-yearly renewal at Level 3+ Neutrality

London Gatwick Airport has just achieved a big feat in terms of CO2 management! The first carbon neutral airport in London has now secured a 3-yearly renewal at the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Read more about this & other ambitious environmental initiatives undertaken by the airport in their new Sustainability Report.