Green Airports Recognition 2019 – ACI Asia-Pacific Results Announced

Green Airports Recognition 2019 – ACI Asia-Pacific Results Announced

Green Airports Recognition 2019 looks at the achievements of airports in projects of environmental interest and performance. Established by ACI Asia-Pacific with the support of its regional environmental committee to help minimize the impact of the aviation industry on the global environment and to publicly recognize the member airports who have made a significant contribution in their environmental projects.

ACI Asia-Pacific has now released the results for this year’s theme – Green Airport Infrastructure. There were 19 submissions this year, which represents 17% of the region’s flight passenger traffic. There are three categories defined by passenger numbers, and three recognitions per category as follows:

Less than 10 million passengers per year

Platinum – Adelaide Airport
Gold – Al Bateen Executive Airport
Silver – Nadi International Airport

Nadi International Airport also became the first airport to attain Level 1 Airports Carbon Accreditation – a separate ACI programme that recognizes efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.

10 – 45 million passengers per year

Platinum – Taoyuan International Airport
Gold – Sydney Airport
Silver – Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

Over 45 million passengers per year

Platinum – Indira Gandhi International Airport
Gold – Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport
Silver – Hong Kong International Airport

The winning airports demonstrated a continual commitment to improving environmental performance and green practices. Industry experts welcome the awards, particularly within this period of global climate change awareness.

Green Airports Recognition 2019 – ACI Asia-Pacific Results Announced

About ACI Asia-Pacific

ACI Asia-Pacific represents one of the five regions of the Airport Council International. Based in Hong Kong, ACI Asia-Pacific is a community network platform for aviation industry stakeholders and works towards the development of standards, policies, best practices and training opportunities to raise aviation standards on a global scale.

ACI Asia-Pacific works with governments and international organizations, representing the interests of the region’s airports. Currently with 107 members, operating within 586 airports in 48 Asia-Pacific and Middle East territories, ACI is the only global trade association of airports.

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