TAV Airports has released its sustainability report in compliance with Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI) G4 guidelines.

The newly published report includes the results of several activities associated with environment, social and corporate governance.

TAV Airports president and CEO Sani Sener said: “At TAV Airports, we believe that financial returns are not eligible unless they also generate social benefits.

"We are working to minimise the environmental impacts of our operations while trying to create maximum value to our stakeholders."

“Providing the best travel experience to our passengers, we are working to minimise the environmental impacts of our operations while trying to create maximum value to our stakeholders.

“Thanks to this report, we would like to share the outcomes of our works in environmental, social and corporate governance fields in line with our accountability and transparency principles.”

TAV Airports manages Turkey’s Istanbul Atatürk, Ankara Esenboga and Izmir Adnan Menderes airports.

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Sener noted that these airports have been able to optimise and neutralise their carbon emissions, and become major environmentally friendly airports in Europe.

Last year, TAV Airports minimised its carbon emissions, which were previously equivalent to the annual consumption of 947 houses.

The company, which has been publishing sustainability reports since 2010, has also been able to boost its carbon disclosure project (cdp) climate change programme carbon disclosure score from 64 to 89.

Apart from Turkey, TAV Airports currently operates airports in Georgia, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia and Croatia.

Last year, the company provided services for 780,000 flights and more than 102 million passengers.