Airport Carbon Accreditation

Since 2010, Naples Airport has decided to play its part in the fight against climate change by making a commitment to reduce both energy consumption and the emission of climate-changing gases. In 2018, these efforts resulted in the Airport attaining the highest level of  Airport Carbon Accreditation issued by Airport Council International, which certifies it as a neutral airport with level 3+ Neutrality. This means that, each year, the airport achieves and certifies a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and offsets the rest.

In 2021 the Naples Airport obtained the three-year renewal of the ACA Certification Level 3+ «Neutrality», presenting the new «Carbon Management Plan» for the years 2022-2024, accompanied by the following actions aimed at reducing greenhouse emissions:

  • New initial climb procedure
  • Single engine taxiing for aircrafts
  • Obligation to use ground equipment on aircrafts stands
  • Continuous renewal of the fleet cars with electric or hybrid models