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 profitability struggle faced by the world’s airports was one of the topics under the microscope in the opening session of this year’s Airport Economics and Finance Conference in London.
Glasgow Airport has become the first airport in the UK to receive a certificate from the Airports Council International (ACI) for service and quality.
An airport capacity crunch in Europe will cost the European economy €230 billion, it has been claimed.
The Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme – which ultimately drives airports towards becoming carbon neutral – is to be rolled out in Africa.