Eco-Airport Vision and Eco-Airport Master Plan

Narita International Airport will seek to create an environment-friendly, recycling-oriented Eco-Airport through a series of environmental initiatives undertaken from a global perspective so that Narita Airport can continue developing into the future. We adopted the Eco-Airport Vision 2030 as a statement of the direction that Narita Airport should pursue to achieve its targets for ¬fiscal 2030 based on a determination that an even longer-term vision.

Furthermore, the Eco-Airport Master Plan (FY 2016–2020) sets concrete action targets for achieving the optimal airport status described in this vision, and we will take measures to attain these targets.

To create an environment-friendly, recycling-oriented eco-airport, the Eco-Airport Development and Planning Council, which is made up of airport-related business entities including airlines and air freight forwarders, plays a central role in analyzing environmental measures and undertaking environmental initiatives from a variety of perspectives.

The aim of Eco-Airport Vision 2030 is for Narita Airport to work with its stakeholders to build a sustainable society by reducing the environmental impact of airport operations on the community and by addressing global environment issues. ・Striving for sustainable development for society and the airport・Addressing global environment issues・Working with stakeholders to promote eco-airport activities.The Vision hopes to achieve a 30% reduction on the benchmark FY2015 CO2 airport emissions per flight by FY2030. Eco-Airport Master Plan (Fiscals 2016-2020) was devised to achieve the objectives of Eco-Airport Vision 2030. (Community environment initiatives, resource recycling, environment management and climatic change initiatives)The Eco-Airport Development and Planning Council operates with a core membership drawn from the airlines, cargo operators, government agencies and airport tenants, etc.