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  • Aéroport de Bordeaux in Franc....
    16 June 2021

    We are delighted to share the news of Bordeaux Airport's successful accreditation at Level 1 'Mapping' of Airport Carbon Accreditation. The airport is aiming to become carbon neutral by 2030 through a number of biodiversity, water and waste projects. In order to reach this ambitious goal, it has announced an €8m program of investment in environmental projects as part of its...

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    Kenya Airports Authority achie....
    10 June 2021

    Kenya Airports Authority achieved Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 1 'Mapping' for Jomo Kenyatta, Moi, Kisumu and Eldoret International Airports as the first in East and Central Africa. In 2019, KAA launched its going green initiative with a goal of becoming the greenest airport operator in Africa by 2022. The initiative is in line with the authority’s 2018-2022 strategic...

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    Guanacaste Airport achieves Le....
    11 May 2021

    Costa Rica’s Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport (LIR) – also known as Guanacaste Airport, which has been a member of the VINCI Airports network since 2018 – has entered Airport Carbon Accreditation directly reaching Level 2 ‘Reduction’ for its actions to reduce its carbon footprint.  Learn more in this article (International Airport Review). 

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  • Milas Bodrum Airport achieves ....
    06 May 2021

    The gateway to the Turkish Riviera, Milas-Bodrum Airport obtained Level 1 ‘Mapping’ certification. It’s the sixth airport in TAV Airports’ portfolio to receive Airport Carbon Accreditation certification, the only institutionally-endorsed, global carbon management programme for airports. TAV Milas-Bodrum GM Iclal Kayaoglu said “Minimizing the effects of our operations on the...

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    Palermo Airport in Italy succe....
    22 April 2021

    Italy's “Falcone Borsellino” Palermo International Airport has made a leap forward on the issue of environmental sustainability, obtaining Level 2 'Reduction' of Airport Carbon Accreditation in the most challenging of times for airports.The airport managed to reduce carbon emissions per passenger from 0.71 kg in 2018 to 0.67 kg CO2 in 2019. Their new ambitious target is to reach...

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    Aena’s airports have taken f....
    13 April 2021

    Aena’s airports engaged in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme have taken further steps in their commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2026. Two busiest hubs within the Spanish airport network - Madrid and Barcelona - move up a level in carbon management performance. Here is a breakdown of new developments: - Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas and Josep Tarradellas...

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What is
Airport Carbon Accreditation?

Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only institutionally-endorsed, carbon management certification standard for airports. This short animation outlines how we started this journey and our approach in making a real difference to airport carbon emissions.

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