Punta Cana International Airport successfully implements ISO 14064-1:2018 standard

Aeropuerto Punta Cana Certificado 1The Punta Cana International Airport (AIPC) marks a significant milestone in its commitment to sustainability, as it has achieved the successful implementation of the ISO 14064-1:2018 standard, which has allowed a detailed inventory of gas emissions to be carried out. Greenhouse Effect at the AIPC. This step is fundamental in its strategy to reduce the effects of climate change and contribute to the sector’s goal of reducing emissions.

In addition, AIPC has obtained the ACI Airports Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Level 2 Carbon Footprint Accreditation, thus highlighting the specific emissions reduction efforts it has made. This ACI program recognizes and supports airports’ commitments in the fight against climate change.

Aeropuerto Punta Cana Certificado 2This achievement not only positively impacts the airport’s environmental management, but also highlights the measures implemented to reduce emissions and underlines its efforts to be an energy efficient airport, aligning our operations with a comprehensive sustainability strategy.

Alberto Smith, Director of Operations Landside & Cargo of the AIPC, has expressed: “Punta Cana International Airport is proud to be the first national airport to obtain triple ISO certification (9001, 14001 and 14064-1) and, simultaneously, obtain the prestigious ACA accreditation. This achievement reflects our firm commitment to excellence, sustainability and mitigation of environmental impacts. “We will continue to move towards a greener and more sustainable future.”

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