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Gap’s Certifications

For Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, caring for the environment in all its operations is a high priority. The following are some of our environmental actions.

We have implemented actions to reduce energy consumption in our airports. Actions such as the automation of air conditioning equipment, presence detectors and lighting sensors, and use of natural light, has helped reduce emissions.

Through awareness campaigns and the renovation of furniture with energy-saving or low-flow equipment, we have substantially reduced water consumption per passenger. Additionally, we have renewed and increased the capacity of our wastewater plants to ensure the treatment of all discharges from our airports. We permanently monitor the quality of the water treated in our facilities, to meet and maintain the required standards of water quality. We have established measures that allow us to reuse this resource in activities such as irrigation of green areas.


We carry out awareness campaigns in GAP's airports on the correct segregation of waste, reducing the volume of waste sent to landfills. We also ensure the management of hazardous wastes through authorized suppliers.


The 12 Mexican airports and Kingston airport in Jamaica are certified by the Integrated Management System, based on ISO 9001:2015 y 14001:2015 standards.
All airports in Mexico and Jamaica participate in the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program at some of its accreditation levels.
Additionally, Mexican airports participate within the PNAA (National Environmental Audit Program) of PROFEPA, which recognizes compliance with Mexican environmental legal requirements and the implementation of best practices in the industry.



Sustainability Report 2023


ESG Projects 2024


ISO 14001:2015 Certificate


Sustainability Report 2022


Sustainability report 2021


Development of the Sustainability Strategy


02 GAP ESG goals 2030 + actions 2022


Sustainability report 2020


Sustainability report 2019


Environmental Policy