Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport,Hyderabad becomes carbon-neutral.

Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport  is now the second Indian airport to achieve top ACI status, following Delhi

The airport has now achieved carbon-neutral status (Level 3+), as certified by the Airport Council International’s ( ACI ) Airport Carbon Accreditation program. The UK’s Manchester International Airport also achieved Level 3+ status.

“The so called status awarded by ACI under its Airport Carbon Accreditation program is a significant achievement for Hyderabad Airport,” said SGK Kishore ( CEO of GHIAL, the airport’s operator ) . This achievement is an outcome of our succor efforts towards environment by proactive energy conservation measures, generation of renewable energy, carbon sinking through extensive greenbelt and various other environment protection measures.Through this, GHIAL(GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd ) has demonstrated its commitment to support the government of India’s resolution on the nation’s carbon footprint,” he added.

All the claps goes to Hyderabad Airport’s team for the excellent achievement in becoming carbon-neutral which is no easy task. It demonstrates the airport’s continuous commitment to reduce its environmental impacts and reduce and offset emissions.

Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport welcomes more than 12 million passengers per year. Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport has already achieved carbon-neutral status.

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