Port Hedland International Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 2

July 8, 2024

We are excited to announce that Port Hedland International Airport in Australia, has met all the necessary requirements to enter the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme at Level 2 Reduction.

Operated by the PHIA Operating Company Pty Ltd, the airport has demonstrated effective carbon management practices, including setting targets and achieving clear reductions in Scope 1 and 2 emissions.

Port Hedland International Airport has made significant efforts in reducing both Scope 1 and 2 emissions through strategic initiatives, many of which were implemented as part of its new terminal. These initiatives include energy-efficient lighting, double-glazed windows, a building management system, and the integration of hybrid vehicles into its fleet.

Additionally, the airport’s ongoing efforts include the construction of a 1.22 megawatt solar farm, highlighting the airport’s dedication to further reducing its carbon footprint.

Cheryl Edwardes, Chair of PHIA, said: “We are thrilled to announce that Port Hedland International Airport has achieved Level 2 Reduction accreditation under the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. This accomplishment underscores the commitment of the PHIA to sustainable aviation and responsible carbon management.”

Stefano Baronci, Director General of ACI Asia-Pacific & Middle East, commented: “Congratulations to Port Hedland International Airport. This achievement demonstrates the airport’s commitment to contributing towards our industry’s common vision of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. We hope that other airports will follow suit and join us in reducing our carbon footprint.”

Find out more about the sustainability policy of Port Hedland International Airport here