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Airport International Group and Airport International Group Foundation Achieve Outstanding ESG Performance Ratings

  • 2024-04-17

Following a rigorous evaluation by ESG Score – a leading independent European extra-financial rating agency – Airport International Group received an outstanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance rating of 84/100, whereas Airport International Group Foundation (AIGF) - the executive arm of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities - secured an impressive 92/100 rating.

 

Airport International Group has long been dedicated to driving positive change within the national aviation sector and broader society. Drawing on local and international expertise and best practices, the company strives to promote sustainability, integrity and inclusivity in its operations through value-adding internal and external initiatives. Meanwhile, AIGF remains focused on initiatives that align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, particularly emphasizing youth empowerment, neighboring community development and environmental conservation.

 

“These noteworthy ratings reflect our unwavering commitment to sustainable, ethical and socially responsible business practices. As the operator of Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA), Jordan’s prime gateway to the world, we take immense pride in being acknowledged for our efforts to fulfill our role as a conscious Jordanian company seeking to have a positive, long-term impact that benefits our neighboring communities, employees and other relevant stakeholders,” commented Airport International Group CEO, Nicolas Deviller. 

 

In turn, AIGF Chairman, Omar M. Masri, stated, “At AIGF, we are thrilled to have attained a remarkable performance rating of 92/100. This achievement underscores the dedicated and strategic efforts we have consistently invested in since the Foundation’s inception in 2019. Through AIGF, we have effectively streamlined and expanded Airport International Group’s CSR endeavors, successfully implementing numerous impactful programs and projects tailored to address the unique needs of the Al Jizah community, where QAIA is situated. From youth training and facility enhancements to tree planting initiatives, our efforts extend to benefit various segments of society, including children and housewives. As we look ahead, we remain committed to introducing new initiatives that will further amplify our positive impact on the nearby community and the environment.”

 

ESG Score (www.esgscore.com) is an independent European extra-financial rating agency established in 2012. Operating with full ownership by its management team, this unique organizational structure provides the agency with significant freedom of action, thus safeguarding the objectivity of its analyses. Specializing in extra-financial expertise, ESG Score employs an evaluation methodology rooted in international standard frameworks and a comprehensive database of ESG best practices, ensuring the quality and relevance of its analyses.

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