Month: January 2023

Courchevel Altiport joins the programme directly at Level 2!

The latest airport to join the global carbon standard Airport Carbon Accreditation is Courchevel Altiport in the French Alps. The airport’s unique location at 2007 meters altitude with severe winters and heavy snowfall made for additional reasons to pursue carbon management, notably through better isolation of buildings and energy savings. The airport’s advanced climate strategy […]

Estonia’s Tallinn Airport reaches Level 3 ‘Optimisation’!

We are delighted to confirm that Tallinn Airport in Estonia has just upgraded to Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Tallinn Airport’s advanced carbon management includes far reaching stakeholder engagement action plan, activating the airport’s business partners to get on board with climate action. Tallinn Airport’s ultimate plan is to become a carbon netural […]

Liège Airport receives higher recognition for advanced carbon management

Belgium’s Liège Airport has met all the stringent requirements to achieve an early upgrade to Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation.  Level 3 is a recognition awarded to airports with advanced carbon management strategy and implementation. At this level, Liège Airport is not only actively pursuing emissions reductions from sources under its direct control, […]

Blaise Diagne International Airport unlocks Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation

Dakar Blaise Diagne International Airport achieved Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation, as only the third airport in the African region and the first airport in Senegal. The airport has been recognised for its efforts to reduce its own carbon footprint, while taking steps to engage the companies active within its perimeter to bring about […]

Turkey’s Dalaman Airport joins collective climate action of airports directly at Level 2

Dalaman Airport in south-west Turkey is the latest to join the global collective climate action effort by airports. YDA joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme directly at its second level – Level 2 ‘Reduction’. To achieve this accreditation, the airport is required to provide evidence of carbon reduction as a result of a binding executive commitment to […]

Naples International Airport is the latest to achieve the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are delighted to share the news that Italy’s Naples International Airport implemented by Napoli Salerno Airports Gesac achieved the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Naples Airport met all the stringent requirements to achieve Level 4+ ‘Transition’, preparing a sound basis for reaching Net Zero CO2 emissions in the near future. Aligned with global […]