Torino Airport achieves Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ upgrade!

December 20, 2022

Italy’s Torino Airport has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation.

This level requires the airport to engage in the preparation of stakeholders’ engagement plan, and extending the airport’s emissions reduction process to the different actors operating at the airport (airlines, handlers, subconcessionaires, passengers, employees, partners and territorial realities).

All Level 2 ‘Reduction’ accreditation requirements (achieved by Torino Airport in 2021) remain binding, starting with the carbon reduction implementation plan. Over the past five years, Torino Airport has reduced CO2 emissions under its direct control by 34 percent, totaling more than 3,000 tons.

For the coming years, Torino Airport is already working on additional projects aimed at neutralising CO2 emissions.

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