Month: October 2022

African airports accelerate action to reduce carbon emissions

25 airports in Africa now address their emissions within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, with new entries announced at the ACI Africa/World Annual General Assembly in Marrakesh, Morocco 24 October 2022, Marrakesh, Morocco – As the global community of airport operators and aviation stakeholders gathers in Marrakesh, Morocco for the 2022 ACI Africa/World Annual General […]

Ireland West Airport Knock joins Airport Carbon Accreditation!

Ireland West Airport Knock has met all the necessary requirements to join the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme! The airport has been recognised for their actions to address carbon emissions from operations they oversee with a Level 1 ‘Mapping’ certificate. Congratulations!  Read more here. 

San Diego International Airport reaches the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation!

San Diego International Airport (SAN) in the US has achieved the highest level of certification within Airport Carbon Accreditation – Level 4+ ‘Transition.’ The airport achieved this certification through a series of programs that have increased the use of carbon-free electricity and all-electric vehicles, facilitated carbon-emission reductions by airline and rideshare partners, and enabled carbon-offset […]

Madinah Airport becomes the first airport in Saudi Arabia to reach Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 2

Tibah Airports Operation Co, the operator of Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Madinah (PMIA), has achieved Level 2 ‘Reduction’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation, as the first airport to achieve this level in Saudi Arabia. It is a testament to Tibah’s commitment to meeting sustainable development requirements and objectives, as well as its determination […]

Vilnius Airport achieves Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation programme

All three Lithuanian Airports are moving to a new level of the programme at the same time – Vilnius Airport, which has been participating in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme since 2016, is moving from the second to the third level of the programme – Level 3 ‘Optimisation’, while Kaunas and Palanga airports, which have […]

Sarajevo International Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

Sarajevo International Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation as the first airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The airport was recognised for producing a comprehensive inventory of its carbon emissions and committing to reducing them!  We look forward to your progression within the global carbon standard for airports all the way to decarbonised airport operations! 

41 North American Airports Recognized for Airport Carbon Accreditation

Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA), the trade association representing commercial service airports in the United States and Canada, recognised 41 North American airports to achieve Airport Carbon Accreditation during the 2022 ACI-NA Annual Conference and Exhibition.  During the ceremony on September 19, 2022, Ottawa International Airport was recognised as the latest North American […]

6 Dominican airports upgrade to Level 3 ‘Optimisation’

We are delighted to confirm that all six airports operated by VINCI Airports/AERODOM in the Dominican Republic (Las Americas in Santo Domingo, President Dr. Joaquín Balaguer, in North Santo Domingo, Gregorio Luperón, in Puerto Plata, María Montez, in Barahona, President Juan Bosch in the province of Samaná; as well as the Arroyo Barril aerodrome), received an […]