While the pandemic has created massive problems for all airports, with passenger numbers still depressed and movements far short of 2019 levels, Europe’s airports remain passionately committed to building back more sustainably. 235 European airports, accounting for 68% of European passenger traffic in 2019, recently backed the aviation sector’s commitment to achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050 at the latest. 91 airports of these are set to deliver on their net zero commitment already by 2030. Amsterdam-Schiphol is one of them.
Raising the Bar for aviation sustainability: development has started for EUROCONTROL’s platform of green services, FlyingGreen
Joint guidance to prepare for adverse weather in winter: EUROCONTROL and ACI EUROPE release new report
EUROCONTROL-CANSO Sustainable Skies Conference: reducing contrails and their non-CO₂ effects on global warming through operational mitigation
EUROCONTROL launches ContrailNet - the new network to create a common repository of contrail observation data
CLEAN ATM (Air Traffic Management) initiative awarded €60 million to accelerate the modernisation of the European sky