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Winnipeg International Airport achieves Level 3

Winnipeg International Airport achieves Level 3

We are delighted to announce that Winnipeg International Airport in Canada, has successfully achieved Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Winnipeg International Airport has already achieved notable reductions in emissions from sources it owns and controls, including those from its fleet vehicles, buildings, and supporting equipment. At Level 3, Winnipeg International Airport extends its […]

Three Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 airports join Airport Carbon Accreditation

We’re excited to announce that Ezeiza International, Mendoza El Plumerillo, and Iguazu Cataratas airports in Argentina have entered Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 1 Mapping. Operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000, these three airports have taken a significant first step towards comprehensive carbon management by calculating their annual carbon emissions and establishing a plan to […]

London Gatwick obtains Level 4+ Transition

London Gatwick has advanced from Level 3+ Neutrality to achieve Level 4+ Transition of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. This upgrade showcases Gatwick’s sustained focus on carbon reduction, building upon its carbon-neutral status within the programme since 2017. A cornerstone of this achievement is the implementation of the Stakeholder Partnership Plan. Gatwick drives climate initiatives […]

Tahiti-Faa’a International Airport progresses to Level 2 Reduction

The main airport and gateway to French Polynesia, Tahiti-Faa’a International Airport has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Operated by Egis, Tahiti-Faa’a International Airport has effectively demonstrated well-defined carbon management practices and target setting, that led to a tangible reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions. Congratulations on […]

Tooele Valley County and South Valley Regional airports enter Level 1 Mapping

Tooele Valley County and South Valley Regional airports in Utah USA, have joined Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 1 Mapping. Both airports, operated by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports, have taken a significant initial step towards comprehensive carbon management. This achievement involves a thorough analysis of CO2 emissions at the airport sites […]

Three airports operated by Zurich Airport Brasil upgrade to Level 2 Reduction

We are pleased to announce that Florianopolis International, Vitoria, and Macaé airports in Brazil, have successfully met all the necessary requirements to advance to Level 2 Reduction within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. The three airports operated by Zurich Airport Brasil have diligently implemented various environmental initiatives, demonstrating their strong commitment to sustainable development. Ongoing […]

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport reaches the top of Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are thrilled to announce that Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad, India, has successfully reached Level 4+ Transition, the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This accomplishment reflects the airport’s unwavering commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability. Operating on renewable energy and striving for zero waste, the airport has set ambitious targets to achieve […]

Batumi Airport becomes the first accredited airport in Georgia

Georgia now features on the Airport Carbon Accreditation map, as Batumi Airport enters at Level 1 Mapping of the programme. Batumi Airport has identified its environmental goals and has set measurable targets. By achieving Level 1 Mapping, Batumi Airport has taken its first significant step towards comprehensive carbon management through meticulous analysis of CO2 emissions […]

Invercargill Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

Invercargill Airport in New Zealand entered Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 1 Mapping. Invercargill Airport is dedicated to reducing direct carbon emissions and has taken its first significant step towards comprehensive carbon management by achieving Level 1 Mapping of the programme. This level is attained by conducting a thorough analysis of CO2 emissions at the […]

Ireland West Airport Knock achieves Level 2

We are happy to announce that Ireland West Airport Knock has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Ireland West Airport Knock joined the programme last year at Level 1 Mapping and is already advancing to higher levels. The airport is currently carrying out a sustainability strategy for […]