Keflavík International Airport (KEF) in Iceland has met all the requirements to upgrade to Level 3+ Neutrality of Airport Carbon Accreditation, marking a significant milestone in its commitment to sustainability.
With an unwavering dedication to reducing its carbon footprint, KEF set itself an ambitious goal to achieve net zero operations by 2030. This journey will involve collaborative efforts with stakeholders, rigorous environmental monitoring, transitioning to sustainable energy sources, and implementing certified carbon offsets.
Olivier Jankovec, Director General of ACI EUROPE said:
“I warmly congratulate Keflavík Airport for becoming certified at Level 3+ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Keflavik airport does walk the talk - delivering tangible CO2 reductions from emissions under its control and offsetting its residual ones but also engaging with its operational partners so that they reduce their own emissions too. Hats off!”
Find out more about Isavia’s sustainability efforts HERE