Nadi International Airport Achieves Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation

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Airports Council International has today announced Nadi International Airport’s attainment of Level 3 Airport Carbon Accreditation.

This makes Nadi the first airport to be Level 3 accredited in the South Pacific.

Fiji Airports CEO, Faiz Khan said attaining Level 3 Airport Carbon Accreditation is yet another milestone accomplishment for Nadi International Airport. “This is yet another milestone achievement for Fiji Airports.

For a small airport in the Pacific, we are committed to protecting our environment and delivering upon that commitment. It is always a bonus to get internationally recognised for it.

Fiji Airports is continually taking proactive measures to reduce our carbon emissions through energy efficient lighting, use of natural light, use of alternative energy, replanting of mangroves and trees, being smart about our energy usage based on traffic levels, and efficiently operating our equipment to reduce energy consumption. At the same time we collaborate and work with our aviation stakeholders for a shared focus towards our environment,” Khan said.

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