A new ACI-NA report detailing the significant infrastructure needs of America’s airports reveals that the country's gateways are facing more than $128 billion in new infrastructure needs across the system and a debt burden of $91.6 billion from past projects.
For the third year in a row, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has been recognised as a leader in reducing carbon emissions.
A new study has found that US airports need to invest nearly $100 billion on infrastructure over the next five years to accommodate growth in passenger and cargo activity, rehabilitate existing facilities, and support aircraft innovation.
ACI–North America has applauded Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport for becoming the first North American gateway to achieve carbon neutral status in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
ACI-NA today applauded the ten Canadian and US airports that have achieved certification under the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
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.
Gateways across North America have been recognized for their environmental projects and innovations by the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA).
ACI-North America president and CEO Kevin Burke has echoed the views of US vice president Joe Biden who has called for the country’s airport infrastructure to be made a priority.