Verifavia verifies Abidjan, Bucharest, Honolulu and Libreville airports
Verifavia is happy to announce that in October it successfully completed the independent carbon emissions verification of Abidjan Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport, Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport, Honolulu International Airport and Libreville Leon Mba International Airport.
While Abidjan, Honolulu and Libreville are now accredited to the Level 1 (Mapping) of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme, Bucharest is accredited to the Level 2 (Reduction).
Verifavia is particularly proud to have verified Abidjan and Libreville Airports which are two of the only three accredited airports in Africa. The accreditation of Abidjan and Libvreville airports was announced at the ACI Africa 24th Annual Assembly, Regional Conference & Exhibition that took place on 20–22 October 2015 in Hammamet, Tunisia.
Ali Tounsi, Director General ACI Africa commented “I am delighted to announce the certification of Felix Houphouët Boigny Abidjan International Airport and Libreville Leon Mba International Airport at the Mapping level. These 2 significant capital airports join Enfidha-Hammamet Airport in actively addressing their carbon emissions. Their certification speaks of the growing awareness of the issue of Climate Change among African airports and their actions are another step in the right direction by our industry, for our continent. Their certification also serves as a reminder to the wider world that Africa is part of this programme and we look forward to others following their example.”
> Download Press Release for Abidjan and Libreville Airports
> Read the Press Release for Bucharest Airport (in English, in Romanian)
> See the complete list of airports verified by Verifavia
> Download Accreditation Certificate of Abidjan Airport
> Download Accreditation Certification of Libreville Airport Back to all Verifavia News