DFW Airport Releases Its Environmental, Social and Governance Report

April 15, 2024
In fiscal year 2023, DFW experienced the busiest year in its 49-year history. The airport served more than 79 million customers while continuing to add new destinations around the world and driving record-setting passenger traffic, aircraft operations, and revenues.

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has released its 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report. The report provides transparent information and disclosures about DFW’s ESG performance and impact.

In fiscal year 2023, DFW experienced the busiest year in its 49-year history. The airport served more than 79 million customers while continuing to add new destinations around the world and driving record-setting passenger traffic, aircraft operations, and revenues. In the year ahead, DFW remains committed to transforming travel through innovation and community collaboration. As a global leader in sustainability, the airport’s goal is to reach net-zero carbon by 2030, two decades ahead of the industry goal.

This year’s ESG report reflects DFW’s commitment to its employees, customers, partners, and future growth for the betterment of the North Texas region. The following are some of DFW’s accomplishments in fiscal year 2023:
 

·        DFW and American Airlines approved the new Use and Lease Agreement, paving the way for the construction of a reimagined Terminal C and new Terminal F.

·        DFW broke ground on its innovative electric Central Utility Plant (eCUP), which will be fueled primarily by electricity purchased from 100% renewable sources, providing additional capacity for future airport growth.

·        DFW achieved an 81% reduction in annual CO2 emissions compared to a 2010 baseline.

·        DFW earned numerous accolades, including:

o   Best Airport in North America (40M+ passengers) for the second year in a row, by Airports Council International (ACI)

o   Best Airport Employee Recognition Program by ACI

o   Best Sustainability Initiative in Airports

o   Owner of the Year: Commitment to advancing the construction management industry, supporting professionals, and fostering investment in construction programs by Construction Management Association of America North Texas Chapter (CMAA)

o   Recognized by Healthiest Employers as an inductee of its Hall of Fame and a national winner of the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America


This year’s report covers fiscal year 2023, which is Oct. 1, 2022 to Sept. 30, 2023.

Click here to see the full report.

Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS