Mesa, a leading provider of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, signed a protocol with ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal, the company responsible for managing ten airports in Portugal, to actively drive third parties at the Beja Airport towards achieving Net Zero carbon emissions, in a collaboration between all stakeholders.

By signing the Stakeholder Partnership Plan, Mesa confirms its enrolment in the Mobility and Energy Working Group, where it actively contributed to the discussion and set of actions and plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, in line with the industry technological evolution.

It also confirms Mesa’s commitment and responsibility to implement measures from the list of emissions reduction actions defined in the Partnership Plan.

Additionally, Mesa is also dedicated to being enrolled in the activities under development by the Mobility and Energy Working Group on the assessment of indicators, monitoring of its responsibility and identifying constraints and opportunities regarding the implementation of this plan.

The Stakeholder Partnership Plan will promote best practices regarding emissions reduction at the airport level and enable the stakeholders enrolled to meet their internal goals on environmental performance and work towards future emissions reductions and global positive mobility.


About Mesa:

Mesa is an aircraft line and base maintenance provider based in Lisbon International Airport and Beja Airport. The company is an EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organization, approved under Portuguese Authority (ANAC) with Certificate PT.145.020. The company is oriented toward performing maintenance worldwide on Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A340, A380 and BOMBARDIER CL-600-2B16. Mesa also has maintenance stations worldwide to support the growing operations of its airline customers, providing temporary line and base maintenance services at a specific plane.

About Mesa’s Sustainability:

Mesa is committed to contributing to a more responsible and sustainable planet by fighting against the critical issues of plastic pollution and carbon emissions. The company and its principal sustainability partner, The Mirpuri Foundation, are actively implementing and promoting good practices in its business, such as adjusting operational procedures, avoiding single-use plastic and designing its facilities with local and natural materials.