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El Dorado International is the first airport in Latin America to achieve Level 4 of Airport Carbon Accreditation!

El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia has achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first airport in Latin America to reach Level 4 – Transformation in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme! Since joining the program in 2017, El Dorado has consistently pursued an extensive sustainability strategy. They’ve meticulously reduced emissions through climate-conscious projects, robust […]

Donegal Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 1

We are happy to announce that Donegal Airport in Ireland has officially joined the concerted climate action of the global airport industry within Airport Carbon Accreditation! Donegal 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 […]

Hermosillo and Tijuana airports renewed Level 2 – Reduction

We are happy to announce that Hermosillo Airport (HMO) and Tijuana Airport (TIJ) in Mexico, both operated by Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, have successfully renewed their accreditation at Level 2 – Reduction within the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme. This achievement underscores their commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. In their pursuit of reducing their environmental […]

Incheon International Airport moves up to Level 4

Incheon International Airport (ICN) in South Korea has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 4 – Transformation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. With a visionary long-term carbon management strategy in place, ICN is on a mission for absolute emissions reductions that align with the goals of the Paris Agreement. This significant advancement to […]

Keflavík International Airport (KEF) achieved Level 3+ Neutrality

Keflavík International Airport 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, Keflavík International Airport set itself an ambitious goal to achieve net zero operations by 2030. This journey […]

Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) achieves Level 4 – Transformation in Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are delighted to announce that Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) in Japan has met all the necessary requirements to enter at Level 4 – Transformation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Dedicated to minimising its environmental footprint, NGO has set a substantial goal to achieve a 46% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 […]

Farnborough Airport moves up to Level 4+ Transition as the first business aviation airport

Farnborough Airport was the first business aviation airport in the world to achieve Level 3+ Neutrality of Airport Carbon Accreditation in 2018. Now they are raising the bar of their climate work once more with the successful upgrade to the highest level 4+ Transition. Find out more in the airport’s Press Release. 

Global carbon standard for airports passes the 500 milestone

Over 500 airports now actively engaged in addressing their impact on the climate1 Over 200 airports working on reducing not just those CO2 emissions under their control (scope 1 & 2), but also engaging other companies on their site to do the same (scope 3) 63 airports delivering absolute emission reductions based on a pathway […]

Birmingham Airport achieves Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation upon entry

Birmingham Airport’s climate efforts have been recognised with Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ directly upon entering the programme. This great achievement testifies to the British airport’s advanced carbon management practices, which encompass working with business partners to deliver third party CO2 reductions. The airport is invested in delivering tangible CO2 reductions on the way to net zero […]