Month: September 2023

Tivat Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are glad to announce that Tivat Airport in Montenegro has joined Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 1 Mapping. Tivat Airport has taken its first significant step towards comprehensive carbon management by achieving Level 1 – Mapping of the programme. This level is achieved through meticulous analysis of CO2 emissions at the airport site and establishing a plan […]

Halifax Robert L. Stanfield International Airport advances to Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 3

We are glad to announce that Halifax Robert L. Stanfield International Airport in Canada has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Halifax Robert L. Stanfield International Airport remains steadfast in its commitment to operate in a manner that preserves and protects the natural environment within […]

Hollywood Burbank Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 2

Hollywood Burbank Airport in Los Angeles, USA, has successfully met all the requirements to enter Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 2 Reduction. The airport is strongly committed to reducing its carbon emissions through a range of measures. These include renewable energy projects, electric vehicle infrastructure, and a regional intermodal transportation programme. The airport will establish […]

John Glenn Columbus International Airport elevates to Level 2 Reduction

John Glenn Columbus International Airport, in Colombus USA, has met all of the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Building upon the solid foundation of Level 1 Mapping, John Glenn Columbus International Airport has meticulously demonstrated effective carbon management procedures and established ambitious targets. These efforts will undoubtedly […]

Houston Airports joins Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 1 Mapping

We’re thrilled to announce that William P. Hobby Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, and Ellington Airport in Houston, Texas, USA, all operated by Houston Airports, entered Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Houston Airports is committed to carbon neutrality by 2030, and has already set the wheels in motion with several sustainable initiatives. […]

Oslo and Kristiansand airports have successfully renewed their accreditations

The two AVINOR airports in Norway have met all the necessary requirements to renew their accreditations. Oslo Airport successfully renewed its Level 3+ Neutrality accreditation. It is consistently reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions per passenger and it has proactively engaged other airport stakeholders in collective efforts to further decrease its overall greenhouse gas footprint. […]

Los Angeles International Airport and Los Angeles Van Nuys Airport renew Level 3 Optimisation

We are delighted to share the renewal of Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation for both Los Angeles International Airport and Los Angeles Van Nuys Airport. The two airports operated by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) have successfully fulfilled all the essential criteria, furthering their commitment to sustainable practices, including the engagement of third […]

Comox Valley Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

Comox Valley Airport in Canada has met all the necessary requirements to enter Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 1 Mapping. This level involves a thorough assessment of CO2 emissions within the airport premises and the development of a well-organised plan to address and reduce them. Discover more about Comox Valley Airport HERE

Larnaka and Pafos airports renewed their Level 3+ accreditation

We are glad to announce that Larnaka and Pafos airports in Cyprus have met all the necessary requirements to renew at Level 3+  Neutrality of our Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Both airports, operated by Hermes airports, have fulfilled all requirements of the previous levels and have compiled a carbon footprint report. The Level 3+ certification […]

Athens International Airport Achieves Highest Level of Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are delighted to announce that Athens International Airport (AIA) in Greece has attained the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Athens International Airport has met all the requirements to reach Level 4+ Transition and is now fully committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions, aligning with the goals established by the Paris Agreement. AIA […]