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Green Airports Recognition 2017

“Energy Management”


Results of Green Airports Recognition 2017

Airports with 25 million passengers per annum and above:

  • Platinum – Kuala Lumpur International Airport
  • Gold – Indira Gandhi International Airport
  • Silver – Hong Kong International Airport

Airports with less than 25 million passengers per annum:

  • Platinum – Darwin International Airport
  • Gold – Adelaide Airport
  • Silver – Queen Alia International Airport



The ACI Asia-Pacific Green Airports Recognition aims to promote environmental best practices to minimize aviation’s impact on the environment and to recognize ACI Asia-Pacific airports members who have outstanding accomplishments in their environmental projects.


By participating in this initiative, you have the opportunity to share your airports’ environmental projects with the other airports in the region and also have the chance to be recognized for your airports’ outstanding achievements.


Understanding that different airports have different environmental priorities, each year, there will be a specific environmental aspect chosen as theme of Recognition. This year it is “Energy Management”.


Environmental Aspects:

  • Environmental Policy and Management (including green procurement)
  • Noise
  • Air quality
  • Waste
  • Water (including both municipal water usage and wastewater discharge)
  • Energy
  • Carbon
  • Biodiversity
  • Ground transportation
  • Land & water contamination


Recognized airports will be invited to attend the recognition presentation ceremony at the next ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly.



  • Environmental Best Practice Awareness
  • Company Management involvement
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Environmental Benefit
  • Innovation
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Training
  • Applicability



Platinum, gold and silver Recognitions will be given to the top 3 scorers based on the above criteria and airport size categories.



Eligibility review – All applications will be screened for their eligibility, according to the airport membership status, participation in ACI Asia-Pacific Environmental Survey, the project completion date and word limit prescribed.


Detailed assessment – Each eligible applicant will be assessed based on the Recognition Criteria. The detailed assessment will be conducted by a judging panel which consists of members of the ACI offices, environmental managers / regional directors worldwide and other experts in environmental field. The judging panel will select winners in each recognition category.



For enquiries, please contact Mr. Ken Lau, Manager, Technical & Industry Affairs at





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