Rajiv Gandhi International Airport reaches the top of Airport Carbon Accreditation

October 4, 2023

We are thrilled to announce that Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad, India, has successfully reached Level 4+ Transition, the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation.

This accomplishment reflects the airport’s unwavering commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability. Operating on renewable energy and striving for zero waste, the airport has set ambitious targets to achieve Net Zero CO2 emissions. Their dedication is further emphasised by investments in sustainable technologies and assets, notably such as fixed electric ground power (FEGP) supply to aircraft, a bio-diesel filling station, and the introduction of battery-operated Ground Support Equipment (GSE) vehicles.

Aligned with global climate goals such as the Paris Agreement, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport’s carbon management is now firmly focused on absolute emissions reductions and effective partnerships with business partners oriented towards greater sustainability across the entire airport site.

Its remarkable efforts exemplify a steadfast commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, making it a beacon of eco-friendly practices in the aviation industry.

You can discover more about the airport’s environmental initiatives HERE