AIA pursues a corporate policy based on the principles of responsible and efficient collaboration with all its stakeholders - shareholders, air travelers, airlines, businesses, clients, business associates, local community and employees - in an effort to give everlasting value to the entire range of its activities.
This policy is also applied on other vital sectors, such as public safety, services provided, company employees and businesses operating within the airport's premises. In the field of Corporate Responsibility, the airport follows contemporary practices that often surpass the requirements imposed by legislation and the currently applicable rules and regulations.
AIA’s entire range of activities and functions is performed according to the principles of Corporate Social Responsibility. In addition to the successful implementation of its business strategy, the company follows a consistent corporate policy that fully respects its commitment towards passengers, customers, business partners, employees, shareholders, local communities, as well as all other stakeholders.
The framework of AIA’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy reflects its multiple roles as manager of the airport, employer, responsible corporate citizen, as well as an institution for environmental protection. AIA follows moral, social and environmental standards that go beyond mere compliance with obligatory guidelines, incorporates stakeholder expectations in its development strategy and aptly communicates related activities and performance.
In order to document and measure its Corporate Social Responsibility performance, AIA has established sustainability indicators and a reporting system in line with globally prevailing standards and best practices.
AIA’s Code of Business Conduct is developed in line with international corporate governance practices, reflecting upon the corporate values. The Code is a management tool promoting integrity, professionalism and corporate responsibility.
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