Month: March 2022

Brussels South Charleroi Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 2!

Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA) achieved Level 2 ‘Reduction’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation! Entering the global carbon standard directly at the second level is testament to BSCA’s robust environmental policy, based on 8 key areas (air quality, water, noise, energy, soil, waste, mobility and biodiversity). A number of practical measures have been implemented by BSCA […]

Edinburgh Airport unlocks Level 3 ‘Optimisation’

Scotland’s Edinburgh Airport fulfilled all the requirements to upgrade to Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Achieving Optimisation means that Edinburgh Airport is not only actively reducing its own CO2 emissions, but also influencing other companies operating at the airport site to address their carbon footprint. Congratulations! 

Luxembourg Airport is carbon neutral!

We are delighted to confirm that Luxembourg Airport has met all the requirements to become certified carbon neutral within Airport Carbon Accreditation. The airport has undertaken many CO2-reducing initiatives including the use of 100% renewable electricity across its premises, switching to energy efficient alternatives for lighting and heating, as well as taking a stab at […]

First-time accreditation for Lyon-Bron Airport directly at Level 2!

Congratulations to Aéroports de Lyon and their business aviation airport – Lyon Bron for joining Airport Carbon Accreditation straight at Level 2 ‘Reduction’! Lyon-Bron has achieved its first-time accreditation, joining Lyon Airport, which has been carbon neutral since 2017, in the collective carbon action of airports. In addition, Lyon Airports are part of the VINCI […]

Quimper Bretagne Airport upgrades to Level 2 ‘Reduction’

France’s Quimper Bretagne Airport owned and operated by Aéroports Brest Quimper Bretagne has met all the requirements to upgrade to Level 2 ‘Reduction’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This means the airport is now actively reducing carbon emissions within its own remit. Congratulations! Learn more about their environmental work here.