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05 March 2018   ACI Asia-Pacific Announces Results of Green Airports Recognition 2018

[March 5, 2018 – Hong Kong] ACI Asia-Pacific is pleased to announce results of the ACI Asia-Pacific Green Airports Recognition 2018 which recognizes airports’ outstanding achievements in their environmental projects.  

 

A total of 19 submissions were received this year. The Panel of Judges concluded that recognition will be awarded to the following airports:

 

Over 35 million passengers per annum:

  • Platinum – Hong Kong International Airport
  • Gold – Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
  • Silver – Indira Gandhi International Airport

 

Between 15 to 35 million passengers per annum:

  • Platinum – Auckland Airport
  • Gold – Abu Dhabi International Airport
  • Silver – Osaka International Airport

 

Less than 15 million passengers per annum:

  • Platinum – Adelaide Airport
  • Gold – Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
  • Silver – Christchurch International Airport

 

Mrs. Patti Chau, ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Director said, “I am pleased to see more participating airports this year and more airports being recognized! Congratulations to all!  The submissions will be a great contribution to the best practice sharing Publication of Green Airports Recognition 2018.  In addition, it will be considered for the ICAO Eco Airport Toolkit – Waste management at airports.”

 

The Green Airports Recognition was established by ACI Asia-Pacific with the support of ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Environment Committee. The Recognition’s objective is to promote environmental best practices to minimize aviation’s impact on the environment and to recognize ACI Asia-Pacific airport members who have outstanding accomplishments in their environmental projects. Understanding that different airports have different environmental priorities, each year, there will be a specific environmental aspect to be chosen as theme of recognition.  This year’s theme is Waste Minimization.

 

 The submissions were reviewed by the following judges:

 

  • Christopher Paling, Senior Lecturer – Centre for Aviation, Transport, and the Environment, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Christopher Surgenor, Editor/Publisher, GreenAir Online
  • Juliana Scavuzzi, Aviation Environmental Specialist, ACI World
  • Panagiotis Karamanos, Aviation Environmental Consultant
  • Patti Chau, Regional Director, ACI Asia-Pacific

 

Mr. Christopher Paling, Senior Lecturer – Centre for Aviation, Transport, and the Environment, Manchester Metropolitan University said, “It is interesting to see what airports in this region are doing – and there is a lot of excellent projects as the submissions show.”

 

Recognized airports are invited to the award presentation ceremony to be held on April 24, 2018 at the ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly to be held in Chiba City, Japan. For more information about the event, please visit the event website at http://aci-apaa2018.com.  

 

The press release was updated on 8 June 2018. 

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