Month: December 2022

Mumbai International Airport achieves highest Level 4+ ‘Transition’

Mumbai International Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, achieved Level 4+ ‘Transition’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. It’s the third airport in the Asia-Pacific region to achieve this high level of carbon management maturity.  The airport is aiming net zero emissions on its ambitious CO2 management pathway. 

Torino Airport achieves Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ upgrade!

Italy’s Torino Airport has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This level requires the airport to engage in the preparation of stakeholders’ engagement plan, and extending the airport’s emissions reduction process to the different actors operating at the airport (airlines, handlers, subconcessionaires, passengers, employees, partners and territorial […]

Maastricht Aachen Airport is joining the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme

Maastricht Aachen Airport has achieved the Level 2 ‘Reduction’ accreditation from the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.  Maastricht Aachen Airport is actively committed to reducing its CO2 emissions. In recent years, the airport replaced overall lighting with LED, started generating green energy and electrified some of its equipment such as the power generators (ground power units), […]