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Green Airports Recognition 2019

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The ACI Asia-Pacific Green Airports Recognition aims 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. By participating in this initiative, you have the opportunity to share your airport’s environmental projects with other airports in the region and also have the chance to be recognized for your airport's outstanding achievements.

 

Understanding that different airports have different environmental priorities, each year, there will be a specific environmental aspect chosen as theme of Recognition. 

 

For this year’s recognition, ACI Asia-Pacific received a total of 19 submissions under the theme of Green Airport Infrastructure; these airport members represent 17% of the total passenger traffic in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East region. 

 

After careful review by the Panel of Judges based on eight recognition criteria, the recognition was given to the following airports.

 

Results of Green Airports Recognition 2019

 

Over 45 million passengers per annum:

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

 

Between 10 to 45 million passengers per annum:

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

 

Less than 10 million passengers per annum:

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

 

Thank you to all the participated airports and congratulations on their great achievements!

 


 

 

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Green Airports Recognition 2019 Presentation Ceremony

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Green Airports Recognition 2019