Making the environmental transition a success

Mobility is key to the prosperity of regions and the future generations. Aware of this challenge, and committed to decarbonizing air mobility, VINCI Airports is leading a rapid and sustainable environmental transition on its network. We are maximizing its potential, in the service of sustainable growth and ecological transition, in partnership with the regions that entrust us with their airports.

Three pillars of our environmental strategy

All the airports in our network are committed to an ambitious and concrete environmental transition path, and we involve the entire airport ecosystem in this approach, working with partners on a local and international scale. Our environmental plan is built around three priorities:

Act for the climate

We are committed to three priorities to decarbonize the entire mobility chain: to lead the way in reducing emissions through energy efficiency measures and the use of renewable energies...

Preserve biodiversity and natural environments

As VINCI Airports is keenly aware of the importance and fragility of natural ecosystems, it takes action to preserve them by actively protecting biodiversity and responsibly managing water consumption.

Optimize resources through the circular economy

Our aim is to minimise the carbon footprint of our operations by limiting the volume of raw materials extracted and more routinely reusing and recycling materials.

A shared ambition for all airports in the VINCI Airports network

The airport sector is faced with the environmental challenge, to which it must respond responsibly. Fully aware of these issues, VINCI Airports is facing up to this challenge and was the first airport operator back in 2016 to adopt an international environmental strategy to achieve net zero emission for the entire network by 2050.
Our priority is to decarbonize our operations and, more broadly, to support the decarbonization of the airport sector, in conjunction with local authorities. This ambition for transformation inspires all our projects, investments and innovations, in both the contracting and operating phases.

“To tackle the climate emergency, we must implement and step up the pace of all initiatives able to reduce the quantity of CO2 in the atmosphere. ”

Joffrey Maï
Environment and sustainable development Director at VINCI Concessions

Our objectives for 2030