PV International Airport: Certified for Reducing Carbon Footprint
The Puerto Vallarta International Airport, as well as Guadalajara and Aguascalientes International Airports, have recently reached Level 3 (Optimization) in the certification of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Program, which recognizes efforts to reduce carbon footprint.
Operated by Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP), these three airports are the first in the country to achieve this certification.
“In the sustainability objectives for 2030, the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico prioritizes environmental measures that reduce the carbon footprint, so the ACA certification processes of Airports Council International (ACI) are an essential tool to measure progress of the actions implemented,” said Raúl Revuelta, general director of the GAP.
For his part, José Amador, director of the Puerto Vallarta International Airport, mentioned: “Each level reached represents the ratification of a commitment to the environment to focus on doing what corresponds to us and with this, being an incentive for others to join the cause.”
It is important to highlight that the actions required to achieve ACA accreditation mean teamwork as an airport and as an airport group.