Month: May 2024

Luxembourg Airport secures Level 4+ Transition as part of their journey to net zero CO2 by 2030

Luxembourg Airport secures Level 4+ Transition as part of their journey to net zero CO2 by 2030

We are delighted to announce that Luxembourg Airport has successfully upgraded to Level 4+ Transition of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Luxembourg Airport joined the programme in 2019 at Level 1 Mapping and continued on its path to more advanced levels of carbon management maturity. In 2022, the airport advanced to pole position officially committing to reach […]

Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport achieves milestone as first in Africa to reach Level 4+ Transition

Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport achieves milestone as first in Africa to reach Level 4+ Transition

We are thrilled to announce that Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, has successfully upgraded to Level 4+ Transition within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, becoming the first airport in Africa to reach this advanced level of carbon management. Operated by AERIA, with the technical support of EGIS Group, Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport joined the […]

Dallas Love Field Airport achieves Level 4 Transformation in Airport Carbon Accreditation

Dallas Love Field Airport achieves Level 4 Transformation in Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are excited to announce that Dallas Love Field Airport in the United States, has successfully met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 4 Transformation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. At Level 4, airports are required to align their carbon management strategies with global climate goals, focusing on absolute emissions reductions and […]

Pafos and Larnaka Airports in Cyprus achieve new milestone with Level 4+ Transition

Pafos and Larnaka Airports in Cyprus achieve new milestone with Level 4+ Transition

We are excited to announce that Pafos and Larnaka International Airports in Cyprus, have successfully upgraded to Level 4+ Transition of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Operated by Hermes Airports, Pafos and Larnaka International Airports have established an absolute emissions reduction target that includes all Scope 1 and 2 emissions as a minimum, and moved […]

Lomé–Tokoin International Airport advances to Level 2 Reduction

Lomé–Tokoin International Airport advances to Level 2 Reduction

We are thrilled to announce that Lomé–Tokoin International Airport in Togo, has successfully upgraded to Level 2 Reduction within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Operated by the Lomé–Tokoin Airport Company (SALT), the airport has demonstrated effective carbon management practices, including target setting and a clear reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions. At the heart […]

Finnish airports achieve net zero carbon balance for emissions they control

Finnish airports achieve net zero carbon balance for emissions they control

Four Finnish regional airports forming part of the Lapland Airports Group: Ivalo, Kittilä, Kuusamo, Rovaniemi join global trailblazers certified at Level 5 of Airport Carbon Accreditation Brussels, 6 May 2024: Four regional airports operated by Finavia, the operator of 20 airports across Finland – Ivalo, Kittilä, Kuusamo and Rovaniemi, have met all the stringent requirements […]