On the road to a clean airport


The arrival of six single-deck electric buses marks the ongoing commitment by Birmingham Airport to carbon neutrality by 2033
Birmingham Airport (BHX) has launched an electric bus fleet to replace its diesel vehicles in what is believed to be the first pantograph-charged landside electric bus service introduced to any UK airport.

Six new 12m single-deck Volvo 7900 Electric buses, which advertise an energy saving of 80% when compared with the airport’s previous fleet, will provide a 24hr service collecting airline passengers from the site’s long-stay car parks.

It follows an investment of . . .

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