Month: December 2018

French VINCI Airports maintain their carbon accreditation

VINCI Airports company is very committed to fostering Climate Action. All the airports that join the network are actually obliged to start addressing their carbon emissions – a resolution worth a special applause! Seven French airports of the group have just secured a successful renewal at Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Félicitations to:  Ancenis […]

The community of climate-smart airports welcomes Pisco Airport!

Pisco Airport, implemented by Aeropuertos del Perú (AdP), is the first one in Peru to become Airport Carbon Accredited at Level 1 Mapping. As part of its commitment to caring for the environment, AdP managed to quantify, verify and accredit the carbon footprint of Pisco International Airport, becoming the first air terminal in Peru to obtain Level […]

Salalah is actively reducing its CO2 emissions from now on!

It has only been one year since Salalah Airport, implemented by Oman Airport Management Company, joined the programme, and the airport is already going higher with their carbon management! Salalah joins its busier colleague, Muscat Airport, in being recognised at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation for actively reducing their CO2 emissions. Congratulations!  

Kansai Airports Group gears up their Climate Action

Kansai Airports Group (Japanese part of the wider network of VINCI Airports) have secured a higher level of certification – Level 3 Optimisation – for Kansai (KIX) and Osaka (ITAMI) International Airports. That’s not all! Another airport in Japan was recognised for their carbon management efforts! Kobe Airport (KOBE) has successfully entered the programme, directly […]

Lapland Airports move up to the next level of CO2 management

In one big stride for more advanced CO2 management, the whole group of Finavia‘s airports in Lapland upgraded their Airport Carbon Accreditation to Level 3 Optimisation. Rovaniemi, Kittilä, Ivalo, Kemi-Tornio, Kuusamo and Enontekiö Airports have just been recognised for achieving CO2 reductions and for motivating their business partners to join their efforts for Climate. Would you like […]

Rome Fiumicino achieves a successful renewal at Level 3+

Aeroporti di Roma, the company implementing Rome Fiumicino Airport joined Airport Carbon Accreditation as early as 2011! As years go by, the busiest airport in Italy is only getting more and more engaged in Climate Action within the programme. They have just secured a successful re-certification at the highest level – 3+ Neutrality for another […]