The aviation sector joined other business and government groups at the United Nations Climate Summit today to announce a commitment on climate action between ICAO and the industry represented by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).
ACI-North America has joined aviation's Airport Carbon Accreditation programme and, with ACI’s Latin America & Caribbean region set to follow in November, the industry’s pioneering scheme to reduce its CO2 emissions will become truly global by the end of its fifth year.
New Zealand’s busiest gateway Auckland Airport has launched a new initiative that will see it working in partnership with tenants to achieve ambitious energy-saving targets.
Gateways across North America have been recognized for their environmental projects and innovations by the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA).
Heathrow today published independent CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) analysis on the number of people affected by aircraft noise with a third runway.
Denver International Airport (DIA) is retrofitting more than 5,400 lights located in the east and west parking garages with energy-efficient LED fixtures, resulting in substantial energy and cost savings.
The Global Sustainable Aviation Summit ended in Geneva yesterday with industry leaders looking to the future and reflecting on efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
The air transport industry supports 58.1 million jobs and $2.4 trillion in global gross domestic product (GDP) according to a study released today by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).
ICAO’s landmark commitment to develop a global market-based measure for aviation carbon emissions, government and industry partnerships, and sustainable development were all on the agenda at the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit today.