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Aalborg Airport achieves Level 3 Optimisation

Aalborg Airport achieves Level 3 Optimisation

We are excited to announce that Aalborg Airport in Denmark has successfully upgraded to Level 3 Optimisation within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Having joined the programme directly at Level 2 in 2021, Aalborg Airport has demonstrated significant progress by achieving notable reductions in emissions from its own operations. Advancing to Level 3, the airport […]

Mactan-Cebu International Airport puts the Philippines on the Airport Carbon Accreditation map

Mactan-Cebu International Airport puts the Philippines on the Airport Carbon Accreditation map

We are thrilled to announce that Mactan-Cebu International Airport has achieved Level 1 Mapping, becoming the first airport in the Philippines to join the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Operated by Aboitiz Infracapital GMCAC, Mactan-Cebu International Airport has conducted a thorough analysis of CO2 emissions within its operations and established a detailed plan for their reduction. […]

Three more Swedavia airports are now aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement

Three more Swedavia airports are now aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement

We are delighted to confirm that Stockholm Bromma, Luleå, and Umeå Airports in Sweden have met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 4+ Transition of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. In order to achieve this level, the three airports operated by Swedavia shifted their carbon management to focus on absolute emissions reductions, through […]

Belfast City Airport upgrades to Level 3 Optimisation as the first in Northern Ireland

Belfast City Airport upgrades to Level 3 Optimisation as the first in Northern Ireland

Belfast City Airport is the first airport in Northern Ireland to achieve Level 3 Optimisation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Belfast City Airport has achieved significant reductions in emissions from its own sources and at Level 3 it is actively engaging and motivating its entire ecosystem to manage and reduce carbon emissions. The airport […]

Hamilton Airport aligns its carbon management with global climate goals at Level 4 of Airport Carbon Accreditation

Hamilton Airport aligns its carbon management with global climate goals at Level 4 of Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are delighted to confirm that Hamilton Airport in New Zealand has 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 with global climate goals, transforming their operations with absolute emissions reductions in mind and strengthening […]

Auckland Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 4

Auckland Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 4

We are thrilled to announce that Auckland Airport, the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand, has joined Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 4 Transformation. Auckland Airport has developed a long-term absolute carbon emissions reduction target fully aligned with the IPCC 1.5°C trajectory, aiming to reach Net Zero carbon emissions by 2030. At Level […]

Berlin Brandenburg Airport is now part of Airport Carbon Accreditation

Berlin Brandenburg Airport is now part of Airport Carbon Accreditation

We are delighted to announce that Berlin Brandenburg Airport in Germany has successfully met all the necessary requirements to enter Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 3 Optimisation! At Level 3, Berlin Brandenburg Airport extends its efforts beyond simply managing emissions within its direct control, actively involving and inspiring its entire ecosystem to participate in […]

Newcastle International Airport’s carbon management prowess has earned the airport an upgrade to Level 3 Optimisation

Newcastle International Airport’s carbon management prowess has earned the airport an upgrade to Level 3 Optimisation

We are thrilled to announce that Newcastle International Airport in the United Kingdom has successfully upgraded to Level 3 Optimisation within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, in recognition of the airport’s climate efforts. Level 3 requires airports to broaden their carbon footprint assessment to include a variety of Scope 3 emissions and demonstrate active engagement […]

Nanaimo Airport achieves Level 2 Reduction

Nanaimo Airport achieves Level 2 Reduction

We are thrilled to announce that Nanaimo Airport in Canada has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Operated by Nanaimo Airport Commission, Nanaimo Airport has effectively demonstrated well-defined carbon management practices and target setting, that led to a significant reduction in Scope 1 and […]

Phnom Penh International Airport becomes the highest accredited airport in Cambodia

Phnom Penh International Airport becomes the highest accredited airport in Cambodia

We are delighted to announce that Phnom Penh International Airport has met all the requirements to upgrade to Level 3 Optimisation in Airport Carbon Accreditation, proudly becoming the first airport in Cambodia to reach this level. At Level 3, Phnom Penh International Airport extends its efforts beyond simply managing emissions within its direct control, actively […]