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lux-Airport certified level 3+ ‘Neutrality’ of the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation program

• lux-Airport`s achievement of level 3+ ‘Neutrality’ results out of different initiatives to reduce airport’s carbon footprint
• The certification is an essential milestone towards net-zero operations of lux-Airport’s infrastructure and car fleet in 2030
• lux-Airport uses renewable energy produced by 100% hydropower
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Celebrating the ACA level 3+: lux-Airport shows a selection of their electric vehicles charged by 100% hydropower only.

The ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation programme endorses the airport industry carbon management by classifying the different levels of maturity into six stages. Hence, the programme provides a unique common framework and tool for active carbon management at airports with measurable results. After reaching level 2 ‘Reduction’ of the carbon certification standard for airports beginning of 2020, lux-Airport headed directly to level 3+, also known as carbon neutrality. The airport operator, lux-Airport, put many efforts into improving its actions, worked with its partners to reduce carbon emissions and developed plans for a sustainable engagement ahead. Furthermore, lux-Airport compensated for the remainder of carbon emissions in their direct control by investing in internationally recognized high-quality offsets.

The commitment to an integrated approach for improvement by incorporating the environmental question into every decision

The achievement of level 3+ is the outcome of a common environmental approach of the main airport’s stakeholders. A good example is the use of electricity produced by 100% hydropower, which is carbon neutral. Vehicles, buildings, and ground power supplies for aircraft – all users of electricity contribute to carbon reduction by using this renewable energy. Another example is the runway renovation, where the lights were changed into modern LED lighting and the adaptation of the lighting in the parking garage to an intelligent turn-on/turn-off system – only in use when needed. Moreover, the aeronautical emissions are included in the actions too, as the landing charges at lux-Airport include an environmental factor.

Background info about ACI EUROPE and lux-Airport’s engagement

lux-Airport is amongst the 100 airports committed to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030, as part of the airport industry net zero pledge spearheaded by ACI EUROPE, the European airport association. Click here for the list of Airport Carbon Accreditation participants. Please visit our dedicated web section if you want to discover other environmental projects and discover the general lux-Airport roadmap to achieve this goal. Want more information about the environmental policy of lux-Airport? Click here and watch the video to discover the pillars of our commitment. Read further information about the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation program at:



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