Tags: ACA

Phnom Penh International Airport attains key environmental milestones with ACA Level 3 achievement

Phnom Penh airport, member of the VINCI Airports network, has successfully achieved the Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of the Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme. In addition to the reduction in carbon emissions, this level certifies that the airport has engaged its third parties in carbon footprint management. Third parties include airlines and various service providers, such as independent […]

All 13 VINCI airports operated in Mexico successfully upgraded to Level 2 Reduction in the ACA programme

VINCI Airports is proud to announce that the 13 Mexican’s airports operated by OMA, of which VINCI Airports is the main shareholder, have successfully upgraded to Level 2 Reduction in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. A new achievement that comes 10 months only after being certified ACA level 1. Aligned with VINCI Airports’ environmental policy and the objective to […]

ACI World supports cleaner energy sources for aviation at Global Sustainable Aviation Forum

ACI World advocates for regulatory frameworks that facilitate airports’ transition to cleaner energy sources Airports Council International (ACI) World today reiterates its support for cleaner energy sources at the Global Sustainable Aviation Forum, a critical side-event of COP28, organized by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) that reunites key speakers across the aviation sector. ACI […]

Four VINCI Airports are within the first airports in the world to obtain Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 5

Toulon Hyères airport in France, Beja, Madeira and Ponta Delgada airports in Portugal, received Level 5 accreditation assigned by ACI, Airports Council International. Level 5 certifies an airport that has reached a net zero balance on its direct emissions. This certification significantly accelerates the entire airport ecosystem to embark on the path to decarbonisation. On […]

VINCI Airports obtains ACA 4+ environmental certification for all airports in Portugal

Portugal becomes the first country in Europe to achieve ACA 4+ for all its airports  A pioneering decarbonisation plan that goes beyond airports’ direct emissions Other ACA achievements within the VINCI Airports network: OMA airports (Mexico) join the programme, Belgrade airport reaches level 2 VINCI Airports is proud to announce that Portugal’s airports have been […]

Airports beat records in carbon management program, delivering best carbon savings and engagement growth yet

Airports Council International (ACI) have released the annual airport climate action results for Airport Carbon Accreditation, the global carbon standard for airports founded and managed by ACI EUROPE on behalf of airports worldwide The past reporting year, running from May 2021 to May 2022, ended with 395 airports spanning 79 countries engaging in carbon management […]

Airport climate action results in Europe beat all expectations

Over 200 European airports engaged in climate action within Airport Carbon Accreditation, the global carbon management standard for airportsEuropean airports outperform both the global growth and carbon savings rates Following the release of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Annual Report 2021-20221 today, European progress made within the global carbon standard for airports emerged as the standout […]

Salvador Bahia becomes the first airport in Brazil to achieve ACA Level 3

Salvador Bahia Airport, a member of the VINCI Airports network, is the first one in Brazil to achieve third-level Airport Carbon Accreditation, granted by the Airports Council International (ACI). This recognition goes beyond the airport’s efforts to reduce its own carbon emissions, as ACI takes into account the engagement plan with business partners, communities and […]

In Portugal, VINCI Airports achieves level 4 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme

VINCI Airports, concessionaire for Portugal’s airports, has received level 4 of the ACA (Airport Carbon Accreditation)1 for nine of its Portuguese ANA airports: Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria, Horta, Flores, Madeira and Porto Santo. This ACA level 4 certifies the transformation of the airports towards “Net Zero Carbon Emission” for the activities directly […]

San Diego International Airport becomes second major airport in North America to earn carbon neutral rating

San Diego International Airport (SAN) is now North America’s second-ever carbon neutral airport. SAN, joined only by Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in the U.S., reached carbon neutral accreditation from the global agency that establishes carbon standards for airports worldwide. SAN is certified at “Level 3+,” the highest level of certification through Airports Council […]