Jersey Airport advances to Level 3
January 19, 2024
Jersey Airport in the British Isles has fulfilled all criteria to advance to Level 3 Optimisation within Airport Carbon Accreditation.
At this level, airports need to expand the scope of their carbon footprint assessment to include various Scope 3 emissions and present evidence of engaging with third-party operators to reduce these emissions. This while continuing to reduce emissions under their direct control, as per the requirements of Level 2.
Jersey Airport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 1 in 2022 and has since then progressed significantly in their carbon management maturity. . Beyond the present achievement of Level 3 upgrade, the airport has developed an ambitious net-zero roadmap and is committed to working with stakeholders and business partners to reduce emissions across the board. This collaboration aims to reduce carbon emissions through initiatives like improving energy efficiency in terminals, transitioning from diesel to sustainable and electric vehicles, and collaborating with Blue Islands and Universal Hydrogen to enable hydrogen-powered and zero-emission flying.
Find out more about Jersey Airport’s sustainability initiatives here