Southampton Airport’s efforts to minimise its carbon footprint have been recognised at Level 2 Reduction of ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation. Between 2015 and 2018, the airport cut its CO2 emissions per passenger by over 50%, despite significant passenger growth in that period.
Munich Airport is pushing ahead with its decarbonization efforts, and has now been recognised at Level 3 Optimisation of ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation. The airport aims to reach Level 3+ Neutrality by 2030, and “net carbon zero” by 2050.
Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund pledges £40,000 to support four local sustainability-themed projects
Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund has pledged £40,000 (€50,000) to support four local sustainability-themed projects. To celebrate 10 years of FlightPath, the Fund’s committee is urging local groups, charities and organisations to submit applications to support sustainability-themed projects aimed at improving the environment in the communities neighbouring Glasgow Airport and beyond.
Newcastle International Airport has announced ambitious plans to become a Net Zero emissions airport by 2035. This would coincide with the end date of the airport’s Masterplan and its centenary year in 2035.
Frankfurt Airport re-certified under ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation and striving to be CO2-free by 2050
Frankfurt Airport has been re-certified for 2020 at Level 3 Optimisation of ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation. Over the next 10 years, Fraport intends to cut CO2 emissions at Frankfurt Airport to 80,000 metric tonnes a year. The company is striving to fully reduce emissions and be CO2-free at FRA by 2050.