Istanbul Airport, where iGA has carefully implemented sustainability policies, has become the first airport issued with a ‘Zero Waste Certificate’ within the scope of the project carried out by Turkey’s Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning. The aim is to prevent waste and use resources in a more efficient manner.
On 28 October 2020, Envirosuite is hosting a webinar where it will be discussing 5 levels of Community Engagement. These levels have been identified over 30 years of working directly with airports to manage acoustic and non-acoustic impact on communities surrounding operations. By Andres Quijano – Solution Design Engineer, Envirosuite
Åre Östersund Airport inaugurates premises for an international test centre for electric planes and aviation
Green Flyway, a collaboration for the development of electric aviation, has opened an international test centre for electric planes and drones at Swedavia’s Åre Östersund Airport. The centre enables testing as part of Green Flyway, an EU and interregional project, in which Åre Östersund Airport and Norway’s Røros Airport are among the participants.
Professional services company GHD is providing technical advice for Melbourne Airport’s solar energy project, which is set to produce enough clean energy to provide power to all four passenger terminals. The renewable solar farm will generate 16.8 GWh of electricity every year, which is almost 15% of the airport’s annual consumption needs.
Avinor Oslo Airport has become the first in the Nordics to use electric buses to carry passengers between gates and aircraft. “This is a very important step to reduce the airport’s emissions of greenhouse gases and to reach our goal of becoming a fossil-free airport by 2030,” says Stine Ramstad Westby, Airport Director.