Brisbane Airport commits to Clean Skies for Tomorrow

Brisbane Airport
(PHOTO: BAC) Airport Corporation (BAC) has signed the World Economic Forum’s Clean Skies for Tomorrow 2030 Ambition Statement, building on its commitment to sustainability leadership in aviation. As a signatory, BAC has committed to working with more than 100 other airports, airlines, fuel suppliers and industry stakeholders to put the global aviation sector on the path to net zero emissions by accelerating the supply and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to 10 percent by 2030.

Raechel Paris, Executive General Manager Governance, said BAC is proud to support the World Economic Forum in its push toward greater use of SAF. “The aviation industry is of critical importance globally, but more so to Australia as we are a large, widely dispersed island nation. Sustainability is at the forefront of our business, and we are committed to reducing BAC’s impact on the environment by putting in place programs that help us manage and minimise adverse environmental impacts from aviation. We know nothing can be achieved in an airport alone, and the decarbonisation challenge is one that can only be tackled successfully with the collaboration of our airport community. This WEF initiative is a demonstration of our commitment to that outcome, and we strongly believe it is the right thing to do for our community, our customers, and our future,” Paris said.

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  1. Clean skies need to also extend to include the excessive noise pollution that BAC subjects the Brisbane community to. BAC also needs to put in place programs that help manage and minimise adverse environmental noise impacts from aviation as well.

  2. BAC are a airport management company, they have no input into what fuel airlines choose to use in airplanes engines.
    BAC said that with the new Brisbane parallel runway there would there would be much less noise with the new runway as the vast majority of flights would be over the bay, with aircraft taking off from one runway and landing on the other.
    BAC do not control flight paths. this is Airservices Austrasia job. BAC did not have the delegation to claim that there would much less noise with the new runway.
    Brisbane now has an exponential increase in noise complaints from people near flight paths.
    BAC PR Department are full of “clear skies” fake news, alternative facts learnt in the Schiphol Spin School


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