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.
Birmingham Airport has launched a fully-electric bus fleet to replace the current diesel vehicles in operation. The new fleet is made up of six 7900e single deck electric buses supplied by Volvo Bus UK, providing an 80% lower energy consumption than the equivalent-sized diesel bus.
On 2 October 2019, ACI EUROPE signed a cooperation agreement with the RE-Source Platform, the European alliance of stakeholders for corporate renewable energy sourcing. This partnership aims at accelerating the clean energy transition at Europe’s airports, helping them to reach NetZero by 2050 for carbon emissions under their control. Report by Agata Lyznik.
Genève Aéroport is very proud to host the next ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly & Congress on 16 to 18 June 2020, to celebrate together the airport’s 100th anniversary.
Airlines may reduce take-off fuel burn in temperature-reducing irrigation and cultivation trial at Adelaide Airport
The South Australian Water Corporation, in partnership with Adelaide Airport, has conducted a three-year trial involving irrigation and cultivation of airside land at Adelaide Airport using stormwater.