Airport sustainability: our Group's companies are among the 9 most virtuous airports in the world

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28 Sep 2021
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Today, September 29, 2021, Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur, an Atlantia Group company that manages France’s second biggest airport system consisting of the airports of Nice, Cannes and Saint-Tropez, has obtained the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation (Level 4+ Transition). Accreditation was issued by the body of the same name that coordinates the global certification programme for airports committed to meeting the challenge of decarbonising air transport.

The three French airports have achieved the highest rating - which certifies that all airports’ management systems are aligned with the achievement of international environmental protection goals – by formally committing to achieving net zero by 2030. With this achievement Nice, Cannes and Saint-Tropez airports have been assigned highest rating for environmental protection, joining Fiumicino and Ciampino, operated by ADR.

Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur’s achievement thus brings the number of European airports to receive the highest level of carbon neutrality certification to seven (and to nine throughout the world, considering Dallas International Airport and Indira Ghandi International Airport). Of these, no less than five are part of the Atlantia Group, making it the global leader in airport sustainability. To achieve this level of performance, each of the Atlantia Group’s five airports has implemented a self-financed investment strategy with the aim of modernising their processes and infrastructure in order to significantly cut their environmental footprint. 

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