Mumbai, December 18, 2018: GVK Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) – the operator of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), published its fourth biennial Sustainability Report 2018, delineating its triple bottom line performance.
The report is based on the theme – ‘Coming Together for a Sustainable Tomorrow’,
showcases performance and achievements for FY 2016–17 and FY 2017–18. Through this
report, MIAL aims to keep its stakeholders informed regarding progress on vital sustainability issues such as Climate Change, Safety & Security, Environment & Health and others to create value in short, medium and long term.
MIAL is the first and only airport operator in India to publish Sustainability Report in public
domain. MIAL has been publishing the Sustainability Report since 2012.
Aligning with the vision, of making CSMIA one of the world’s best airport; MIAL focuses on good corporate citizenship and commits to ingrain sustainability into its core business strategy and operations. This is perfectly demonstrated by CSMIA, a truly global airport conforming to international standards in terms of design, processes, service and facilities.
Key Highlights: Sustainability report 2018
Mapped sustainability efforts as MIAL’s contribution to Sustainable Development Goals
22% increase in domestic passengers & 13% increase in international passengers during
the reporting period as compared to the previous reporting period.
Successfully operated 969 aircraft movements in a day – highest for any single runway
airport in the world
10% increase in air traffic movement as compared to the previous reporting period.
21% increase in cargo throughput as compared to the previous reporting period.
Achieved ASQ score of 5 in 2017 as compared to 4.96 in 2015
94,986 Man-hours of training imparted to employees in the reporting period
Over INR 38 Million spent on CSR initiatives during the reporting period
3,205 kWp Capacity of solar power plant installed, increasing the total renewable energy by 200%
16% reduction in direct GHG emissions as compared to 2014-16
93% of total procurement from local suppliers
1,381 kWp capacity of solar power plant under process
Through the report, MIAL has demonstrated its commitment towards meaningful participation for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).This report has been developed ‘In accordance’ – Comprehensive option of the latest Global Reporting Initiatives (GRI) Standards.
Based on GRI database MIAL is the 1 St Airport Operator in Asia to release the sustainability report in accordance with GRI Standards – comprehensive option. The report is externally assured by Bureau Veritas (India) Private Limited in line with requirements of the AccountAbility 1000 Assurance Standard (AA1000AS) (2008) – Type 2 Moderate level.
MIAL is ambitious in exhibiting the approach to seize the opportunity of social inclusion with
value creation for its stakeholders and creating a competitive yet sustainable business.
About GVK MIAL GVK Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) is a Public Private Partnership joint venture between a GVK-led consortium (74%) and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) (26%). GVK MIAL was awarded the mandate for operating and modernizing Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai (CSIA).Through this transformational initiative, GVK MIAL has made CSIA one of the world’s best airports, which consistently delights customers besides being the pride of Mumbai. The new integrated Terminal 2 at CSIA enhanced the airport’s capacity to service over 50 million passengers and one million tons of cargo annually.
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Amsterdam. It is a multi-stakeholder organization that pioneered the development of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting framework. GRI Standards
GRI Standards is a new sustainability reporting framework introduced in 2016. It incorporates key concepts and disclosures from the G4 Guidelines, but with a new & improved structure and format. The Standards have been issued by the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB), GRI’s independent standard-setting body.