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The aviation industry is always looking to make progress: as well as financial performance, progress is expected in terms of a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, adaptation to climate change, energy transition, the preservation of natural resources, biodiversity, and the reduction of air pollution, while maximising passenger comfort, the benefits of airport activity and ensuring local, regional, and national socio-economic benefits.
In light of these challenges, Egis has undertaken an extensive programme to develop its aviation activity based on a shared vision of the criticality of these issues and a more consolidated organisation. These are the CSR commitments of the Egis aviation service.To know more about the offer “aviation” of Egis
- Quimper and Brest Bretagne Airports has obtained Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 1
- Egis and Camas have set up a centre for aviation activities in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire /More information
- Félix Houphouët-Boigny International Airport in Abidjan has won the prize for most improved airport security in Africa (2016); It has achieved level 3+ (the only airport in Africa to have achieved this), and in 2018 won the “Routes Marketing Award” in the category of airports with fewer than 4 million passengers for a second time.
- Hermes Airports, a concession holder of Larnaca and Paphos International Airports in Cyprus has been certified ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and has obtained Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 3+ (with a 30% reduction in power consumption in 5 years). In 2018, Hermes Airports received three awards: MEECO, HR Excellence and the announcement of Paphos Airport as Best European Airport by ACI Europe (Airport Council International). Find out more
- Gabon Libreville Airport received Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 2 (concession of the Egis airport network until 2018).
- Larnaca airport (Cyprus) has been voted best European airport by ACI Europe for the facilities and services offered to people with reduced mobility (2017)
- The “RunWay Status Lights – RWSL” project was recognised at the Jane’s ATC Awards 2017 ceremony, which rewards flagship projects in air traffic management, enabling significant gains in safety, capacity or environmental efficiency. The RWSL is a system for the prevention and warning of runway incursion in service since June 2016 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, for which Egis contributed its expertise in safety and operational implementation systems.
- In 2016, Toulouse-Blagnac airport rewarded itsmost responsible providers: Egis took second place on the podium
The new international terminal at Oran airport was designed entirely in compliance with a sustainable development approach: Work also focused on proper management of water consumption and the well-being of passengers, with transparency to the outer green areas, skylights and green boxes. Controlling room temperature will also contribute to achieving a reasonable compromise between energy consumption levels and the thermal comfort felt by passengers.
The new international terminal at Oran airport was designed entirely in compliance with a sustainable development approach:
Work also focused on proper management of water consumption and the well-being of passengers, with transparency to the outer green areas, skylights and green boxes. Controlling room temperature will also contribute to achieving a reasonable compromise between energy consumption levels and the thermal comfort felt by passengers.
Following complaints from local residents and organisations, the airport commissioned an independent report. This resulted in the formulation of 23 recommendations, which Helios, an Egis subsidiary specialising in aviation consulting, has been commissioned to implement.