(CIANEWS) - Prague Airport engages business partners in reducing CO2 emissions. A full 85% of the airport's emissions come from third parties. Motivating suppliers and partners to be sustainable is done, among other things, through the TOP Sustainable Airline competition. In 2010, the airport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) initiative and in 2022 it received its Level 3 certificate, which is characterised by the involvement of partners. Environment, Sustainability and ESG Director Sonia Hykyšová said that in 2021 the airport had reduced emissions by 72% compared to 2009. It will achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and net carbon neutrality by 2050. Currently, the infrastructure is being prepared to switch Czech Airlines Handling (CAH) ground handling equipment to electric power. The airport has e.g. been using green electricity since 2019.