The four pillars of sustainability - Economic, Operational, Environmental, Social.
BAC is committed to manage, operate and develop Brisbane Airport in a sustainable manner and to ensure that the demands of development align with our principles of sustainability.
The four pillars of sustainability identified for airports underpin this approach:
- As a privatised airport, shareholder value creation is a primary driver of business decisions.
- By continuing to deliver strong financial results and investing in the future, the airport will boost regional wealth and employment.
- Innovation and continuous improvement in all activities also allows Brisbane Airport to build revenues and contribute to the region's economy.
- BAC strives to maintain excellence in service delivery in terminals and across the airport.
- For Brisbane Airport, business continuity is tied to maintaining regulatory compliance and ensuring that the necessary capacity and critical assets are available to operate and expand the airport.
- The safe, secure and continuous operation of the airport is both a goal and a necessity.
- BAC is committed to an active response to the long- term impacts of climate change and minimising adverse environmental impacts of aviation and property development activities.
- BAC's sustainability goals are to maximise energy, water and waste efficiencies, manage noise impacts, balance the built environment and biodiversity values and achieve best practice in urban and built design.
- Corporate social responsibility and partnership building have been long-standing philosophies of BAC.
- BAC fosters and respects diversity, promotes health and safety on airport and a work life balance.
- BAC will continue to improve airport amenities, access and connectivity.
- BAC supports sustainable transport solutions of which a key element is to encourage growth of public transport.
- BAC is committed to ongoing stakeholder engagement.