Month: January 2022

Morelia and Manzanillo International Airports join Airport Carbon Accreditation

Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico, an active airport operator wihin Airport Carbon Accreditation, has successfully brought two more airports under the wings of the global carbon standard for airports. Mexico’s Morelia International Airport and Manzanillo International Airport have joined the programme at Level 1 ‘Mapping’. Congratulations! 

Belfast International Airport achieves first time accreditation directly at Level 2!

We are delighted to confirm that Belfast International Airport, part of VINCI Airports’ network, has achieved first time accreditation directly at Level 2 ‘Reduction’! As a result of the airport’s sterling efforts to address its carbon footprint, the airport managed to successfully reduce CO2 emissions from its operations by 20%! Find out more here. 

King Khalid International Airport enters Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 1 ‘Mapping’

King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has received first-time Airport Carbon Accreditation certification at Level 1 ‘Mapping’. Riyadh Airports Company (RAC), the airport operator, said that the accreditation underlines its commitment to address the climate change challenges as well as minimise carbon emissions that supports Saudi Arabia’s goals for carbon neutrality by 2060, as well […]

Bristol Airport attains Level 3+ ‘Neutrality’

Congratulations are in order to Bristol Airport for achieving a fabulous upgrade within Airport Carbon Accreditation. The British airport has met all the requirements to attain Level 3+ ‘Neutrality’! Bristol Airport had set a target of carbon neutral operations by 2025, but has achieved this target four years ahead of schedule. It is a major step […]