Sustainability MattersSan Diego County Regional Airport Authority's Sustainability Report For 2021-2022
2021-2022 Sustainability ReportEnvironmentalWe aim to operate our airport in a safe, secure, and environmentally sound manner »
2021-2022 Sustainability ReportSocialWe promote equality, diversity, connectedness, and a good quality of life »
2021-2022 Sustainability ReportEconomicSAN generates over $12 billion in annual economic impact while directly providing over 7,000 jobs »
A Message From Our Board Chair & President / CEO
Thank you for exploring the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s Annual Sustainability Report for the fiscal year 2022. We are very proud of the work we do as an agency leading the way in sustainability, both throughout the community and the aviation industry.
OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY
The Sustainability Report for the fiscal year 2022 outlines the efforts of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (Airport Authority) to maintain a high level of customer service, community engagement, environmental sensitivity, and fiscal stewardship as the owner and operator of San Diego International Airport (SAN).
This report is organized into three sections: Environmental, Social, and Economic. The yardsticks for measuring our progress include our Organizational Strategic Plan (OSP), which sets forth goals and strategies for the next five years; and the Sustainability Management Program (SMP), which provides a framework for tracking how we preserve precious environmental resources.
To ensure consistency and clarity, our Report is processed through the lens of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the independent, international organization that provides us with common language and metrics to communicate our impacts. Our 2021-2022 Sustainability Report also ties in the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) which provide a shared blueprint for prosperity for people and planet, now and into the future. Throughout the Report you’ll see how our efforts are measured using GRI metrics and how they also support specific UNSDGs.
To learn more about the Airport Authority’s Sustainability Policy click here.
San Diego International Airport’s New T1 is Cleared for Takeoff
This fly-through tour of the New T1, exemplifies the Airport Authority’s commitment to environmental, social, and economic sustainability. The New T1 will replace the current Terminal 1 with a modern and efficient facility that will improve your airport experience.