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ACI Joins Industry in Net Zero Emissions Pledge

ACI Joins Industry in Net Zero Emissions Pledge

Airports Council International (ACI) World this week announced it is among the signatories to a joint declaration from the world’s airlines, airports, air traffic management, and the makers of aircraft and engines pledging to reach net zero industry carbon emissions by 2050. In the declaration, industry representatives committed that it…

HSV’s Tucker Named AXN Director of the Year, Small Airports Division

HSV’s Tucker Named AXN Director of the Year, Small Airports Division

…of Airport Experience News. “Rick has also had significant influence on national aviation policy through his work with ACI-NA, AAAE and the Alabama Congressional delegation.” In Tucker’s role at Port of Huntsville, he is responsible for the overall management of Huntsville International Airport, the International Intermodal Center, and the Jetplex…

Canadian Airports Model Under Scrutiny

Canadian Airports Model Under Scrutiny

Canadian airports are slowly recovering as the world emerges from the pandemic, but many remain in perilous financial straits due to multiple months of very limited passenger traffic. Sam Samaddar, director of Kelowna International Airport (YLW) and incoming chair of Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) (beginning Jan. 1), shared his…

SFO Joins “Clean Skies for Tomorrow” Initiative

SFO Joins “Clean Skies for Tomorrow” Initiative

…as Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS) and London-Heathrow (LHR). Airport Council International (ACI) also signed on, but SFO was the only U.S. airport to sign on directly. The agreement is the first of its kind to include fuel suppliers, airlines, and airport agencies in a collaborative effort to accelerate the global transition to…

Gittens Shares Insights On ARRA Call

Gittens Shares Insights On ARRA Call

…(ACI) and a longtime airport executive, expressed disappointment in the disjointed nature of the global response to the COVID-19 crisis. “Countries all went their own way and basically didn’t talk to each other,” she said, noting that she had witnessed much more cooperation in previous crises. “That really hurt travel…