Budapest Airport is again certified as carbon neutral

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2020. 01. 24. 10:20

Budapest Airport has once again received a carbon neutral rating from the International Council of Airports, which means that the Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport fully compensates for the carbon dioxide generated during operation.

The operator of Ferihegy Airport, told MTI in a statement on Friday that this certification was awarded in 2018 as the first in the region.

Budapest Airport also joined the NetZero by 2050 initiative last year, in which it committed to reduce its carbon footprint to zero. Budapest Airport, on the other hand, wants to achieve a carbon-free operation by 2030 by a comprehensive sustainability strategy. (MTI)