Month: January 2021

St Helena Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

St Helena Airport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, achieving Level 1 “Mapping” accreditation. St Helena Airport is the first British Overseas Territory airport to join the programme, and it commits the Airport to reduce its emissions, with the ultimate aim of achieving carbon neutrality. Learn more in their Press Release. 

Oman Airports’ Salalah moves up to Level 3 ‘Optimisation’

Oman’s Salalah Airport operated by Oman Airports has met all the requirements of Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ and has been certified accordingly by Airport Carbon Accreditation. This successful upgrade is testament to Salalah Airport’s active cooperation with its business partners to reduce emissions from its operations across the board! Well done!

Italy’s Torino Airport upgrades to Level 2!

Torino Airport, operated by SAGAT S.p.A., has successfully reached the next level of Airport Carbon Accreditation – Level 2 ‘Reduction’. The Italian gateway has implemented its Carbon Management Plan, which yielded a 10% emissions cut over the three-year period between 2017 and 2019. Congratulations on this excellent achievement!  Learn more (Press Release in PDF) here. 

Riga Airport achieves Level 2 ‘Reduction’

Demonstrating the reduction of carbon emissions and confirming its readiness to work sustainably, Riga Airport has been recognised at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This means that the airport has demonstrated a reduction in carbon emissions relative to the average emissions of the previous three years and has proven its readiness to work sustainably […]

Dublin Airport goes carbon neutral!

Dublin Airport has become Ireland’s first carbon neutral airport! In order to get there, Dublin Airport has introduced many climate solutions aimed at cutting down their energy use and other emission sources. The extensive effort of the entire airport community under the leadership of the airport authority has led to the successful upgrade to Level […]