Month: October 2018

Abidjan Airport retains its carbon neutral certification

We are delighted to confirm that the Ivory Coast’s busiest airport, Félix Houphouët-Boigny International Airport serving Abidjan has just renewed its Airport Carbon Accreditation at the highest level – 3+ Neutrality. To date, the airport is the only one in the African region to ever reach this level of carbon management maturity. Congratulations! 

London City Airport is a step away from becoming carbon neutral

London City Airport has just achieved a successful renewal of their Level 3 Optimisation certificate within Airport Carbon Accreditation! To reach this point it has invested in a number of carbon reduction schemes – including £500,000 on the installation of 1,300 energy efficient light fixings, the removal of 258 non-essential fixings, and more energy efficient boilers […]

Bucharest Henri Coanda Intl Airport upgrades to Level 3 Optimisation

Congratulations to Henri Coanda Bucharest International Airport (AIHCB) has upgraded to Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation! The airport has achieved this upgrade through exemplary airport activity in managing and reducing CO2 emissions and getting other stakeholders engaged in this approach as the global airport industry response to the climate change challenges. 

Stuttgart Airport renews at Level 3 Optimisation!

Stuttgart Airport has achieved a successful renewal at Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. They are only one step away from carbon neutral operations, and we are sure it’s only a matter of time for them to get there :).  Learn more about their work to protect the environment & save resources here: https://bit.ly/2QGMrEu 

Toulouse Blagnac Airport renews at Level 2 Reduction

Le toit du parking P2 de l’Aéroport Toulouse Blagnac accueille des panneaux photovoltaïques à perte de vue. Ce parc, composé de 3 633 panneaux solaires répartis sur une surface 5 813 m2 (environ la moitié d’un terrain de rugby), produira l’équivalent de la consommation électrique annuelle du bâtiment, soit 1096MWh. Ce n’est pas une surprise […]

Los Angeles World Airports renew their certificates!

Congratulations to Los Angeles International Airport and Los Angeles Van Nuys Airport who both renewed their Airport Carbon Accreditation certificates! Van Nuys Airport was recognised for reducing their CO2 footprint with a Level 2 certificate. LAX retained their Level 3 accreditation, thanks to their extensive work to reduce their emissions and engage their business partners […]

Vancouver Intl Airport recognised for their work on sustainability

Vancouver International Airport upgrades to Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation! Canada’s second busiest airport has just been recognised for their extensive work to reduce their CO2 and enagage their business partners to do the same! “As a community focused airport, we pride ourselves on being a leader in sustainability and this independent carbon accreditation […]