TAV's four airports offset carbon emissions

Enfidha- Hammamet Airport in Tunisia has been upgraded to Level 4 in the ACI Europe Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme.

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Antalya, Izmir, and Ankara airports also hold carbon-neutral status. The entire portfolio will be carbon-neutral by 2030.

Enfidha-Hammamet Airport, operated by Turkey’s TAV Airports,a member of Groupe ADP, has reached the fourth level, titled "Transformation," in the prestigious Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, which is a major initiative in combating climate change. Antalya, Izmir, and Ankara airports are also at Level 3+ "carbon-neutral" status. TAV Airports aims to make all its operated airports carbon-neutral by 2030 and achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at the latest.

TAV Airports COO Kürşad Koçak, said: “From the beginning, we have been working to minimise the environmental impact of our operations while creating the highest benefit for our stakeholders. Ten years ago, Ankara Esenboğa became Türkiye’s first carbon-neutral airport. Today, four of the airports in our portfolio have reached this level. A total of 11 of our airports are included in the ACA program. We are progressing towards our net-zero goal by increasing the use of renewable resources and energy efficiency. We will continue to work in cooperation with our stakeholders for the transformation of the aviation sector.”