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Dublin, Aug. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Sustainability at Airports: Technologies and Best Practices in ASEAN Countries” has been added to special offer.

This research service examines the viability of the airport in 2021 and assesses its prospects in the ASEAN region.

All leading airports around the world focus on environmental goals and sustainability to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

This research service examines the viability of the airport in 2021 and assesses its prospects in the ASEAN region. Sustainability best practices for Changi Airport Group, Malaysia Airports and Thailand Airports are discussed and the social, economic and environmental aspects of airport sustainability are analysed.

The social aspect focuses on creating employment opportunities and improvisation of the airports brand. In addition, if training centers are established, employee morale and productivity will be boosted and conflicts between airport operators and communities located near airports will be reduced.

The environmental aspect emphasizes the reduction of carbon emissions through the use of renewable energy sources. He also emphasizes that air and water quality can be improved by planting trees and using water filters. However, to make airport sustainability plans financially viable, airports will need to raise the airport development fee.

They should also reduce long-term liabilities through cost savings for energy and infrastructure development and reduction of operation and maintenance costs.

Key drivers for sustainability projects are brand enhancement, increased employment opportunities and increased non-aeronautical revenue sources, while constraints are separate budget allocation for sustainability projects and lack of government focus on sustainability in developing countries.

Emerging technologies such as IoT, artificial intelligence and robots will help airports achieve their sustainability goals. IoT can be used to improve air quality by reducing nitrogen oxide emissions. Artificial intelligence can reduce traffic at cargo terminals and optimize cargo operations. and robots can monitor waste management, organic farming and energy production through solar panels.

Key topics covered:

1 Strategic Imperatives

  • Why is it increasingly difficult to develop?

  • The Strategic Imperative

  • The impact of the top 3 strategic imperatives on airport sustainability

  • Growth Opportunities Fuel the growth pipeline engine

2 Analysis of Development Opportunities

  • Airport Sustainability – Short, Medium and Long Term Perspectives

  • Environmental, Social and Governance at airports

  • Sustainability at airports

  • Development Guides

  • Growth restrictions

  • Sustainability in Airports: Economics

  • Sustainability in airports: Social

  • Sustainability in Airports: Environment

  • Emerging technologies that can enhance sustainability at airports

  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

  • ASEAN Airports – An Overview

  • Best Practices: Malaysian Airports

  • Best Practices: Kuala Lumpur International Airport

  • Best Practices: Changi Airport Group

  • Best Practices: Thai Airports

3 Universe of Development Opportunities

  • Development Opportunity 1: Pricing Strategies for Financially Viable Sustainability Plans

  • Growth opportunity 2: Enhanced digital capabilities to optimize sustainability plans

  • Development opportunity 3: Establish training centers for increased employment opportunities in communities near airports

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