In the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Decarbonisation Report figures reveal that airport greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 50.6% since 2010, while passenger numbers increased 41.7% over the same period. In 2010, the 18 airports that represented more than 95% of passenger emitted 514,331 tonnes of CO2e that year from sources they controlled (known as Scope 1 & 2 emissions) while welcoming 201.7m passengers through their doors. In 2019, those same 18 airports accounted for 249,824 tonnes of CO2e, 50.6% less than in 2010, while seeing 285.8m passengers travelling, an increase of 41.7%. This is based on the energy used

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