Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report

Signature Flight Support’s unleaded aviation gasoline fuel truck ©Christopher Mireles (LAWA)




Airport Carbon Accreditation Commitment reduction was primarily attributed to Scope 1 vehicles, which decreased 61.4% since 2013 from 404.6 MTCO 2 E to 156 MTCO 2 E. VNY achieved Level 3 ACA Verification in 2021 and successfully maintained its status in 2022. In 2022, fleet vehicles consumed 16,270 gallons of unleaded fuel which is a decrease of 11% since 2021. Diesel fuel consumption from VNY fleet vehicles decreased 48% from 2021 consumption to 1,680 gallons. GHG Emissions From the baseline in 2013, Scope 1 and 2 emissions have decreased 51.7% . The EV Charging stations A total of 8 EV charging stations are available for users VNY. Signature Flight Support will install thirty-three (33) Level 2 EV charging stations at the Signature North/Jet Edge hangar facility with expected completion in 2023. VNY Fleet The VNY fleet remained unchanged from 2021 to 2022. AFVs accounted for 47% of VNY’s fleet in 2022, with 23 of the fleet’s 48 vehicles operating using alternative fuels.

In July, the first delivery of unleaded aviation fuel was delivered to VNY. The fuel is available for purchase for compatible piston aircraft. The introduction of the fuel was assisted by investments from Signature Flight Support and The Park VNY. In 2022, 5,200 gallons were received, and 2,378 gallons were sold.

Both of these developments have allowed unleaded

Sustainable Aviation Jet Fuel In 2022, Jet Aviation, Signature, and Clay Lacy delivered a total of 453,384 gallons of sustainable aviation jet fuel. Unleaded Aviation Fuel An 11 cents per gallon delivery fee for unleaded aviation fuel was waived at VNY, making the fuel more price competitive in comparison with other low lead aviation fuels. In addition, The Park VNY and Signature Flight Support have acquired tanks for unleaded aviation gasoline and Signature has purchased a mobile fueler.

aviation fuel to become more accessible and will help achieve the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) goal of all unleaded fuel for piston-powered aircraft by 2030.

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