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Liège Airport chooses Citroën AMI for sustainable and efficient transport

The Citroën Ami at Liège airport

Liège Airport, a major player in European logistics, is taking a resolutely sustainable approach by adding six Citroën AMIs to its fleet of technical vehicles, as part of an overall strategy to reduce CO2 emissions and improve air quality at the airport.

A versatile solution for optimised travel

The Citroën AMI, with its compact size and manoeuvrability, is perfectly suited to travelling in confined spaces such as airports.With a range of 75 kilometres and recharging from a simple household socket, it is more than sufficient for the daily tasks of airport staff.The six Citroën AMIs at Liège airport are used for a variety of missions: transporting technical staff, delivering small tools and spare parts, inspections and surveillance of various areas of the airport.Their manoeuvrability allows them to move easily between hangars and runways, thus optimising travel and working time.

A concrete commitment to the environment and an inspiring example

The use of electric vehicles is part of an ambitious environmental approach led by Liège Airport.By reducing CO2 emissions and air pollutants, the airport is helping to preserve air quality and protect the local environment.Liège Airport is thus positioning itself as a pioneer in sustainable mobility in the aviation sector.Its initiative demonstrates that it is possible to reconcile operational efficiency and respect for the environment, opening the way for other airports wishing to follow this virtuous example.

This is not the first time that Citroën has used the AMI as a technical tool in an airport.This initiative is part of the sustainable development strategy of the brand with the double chevron, which is stepping up its initiatives to offer cleaner and more responsible mobility solutions.

In conclusion, the introduction of the Citroën AMI at Liège airport illustrates the growing desire of air transport operators to adopt a sustainable approach. This exemplary initiative shows that it is possible to reconcile economic performance and respect for the environment, paving the way for a greener future for the aviation industry. It also shows an unexpected use of AMI as a technical tool, which proves the relevance of the concept proposed by Citroën, which has never ceased to amaze us.

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