Here's a look at some of the things we're doing right now at Edinburgh Airport.
We went out to the school to show teachers and pupils how the technology works.
A look at some projects supported by the Fund in 2023, with £300,000 in this year's pot.
The hugely successful two year partnership concluded at the end of 2023.
The eleven-acre solar farm will provide 26 per cent of the airport's energy needs
The Silver Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) Award was awarded to Edinburgh Airport.
We've been taking part in the WES Lottie Tour at Edinburgh Airport.
Two new fully-electric airside buses have been introduced at the airport.
The Edinburgh Airport Control Centre is now based inside the landmark building.
We've received a Silver Award in the MOD's Employer Recognition Scheme.
Our handy interactive tool allows you to monitor aircraft noise in almost real time, along with hosting information on how to make noise complaints or enquiries.
Work has begun to introduce a wildflower meadow next to the terminal building.
We've got a number of opportunities if you're looking to start a new career at EDI.
Our highly-trained team are on-call round the clock throughout the cold winter months.
Up to £140,000 will be donated to community groups and organisations in 2023.
The works will lead to a better, safer and more modern facility for those who use it.
We are hosting a jobs fair with our partners from across the airport campus.
Linda Reape spoke about what the role of an aviation security officer involves.
We're catching up with different people around the airport to learn all about their roles.
Edinburgh Airport is partnering with Katrick Technologies to implement new wind sensors.
Here we take a look at some of the fantastic things our charity partner does.
The Cat Stane sits near the end of the runway and is thought to have been erected in the Bronze Age.
Head of Sustainability Jessica Briggs looks back on the first year of our Greater Good strategy.
Runway 06/24 is the airport's only runway - read on to find out when and why it changes direction.
The eye-catching addition is the largest installation of it's kind ever seen at the airport.
Anna and Jamie Thompson welcomed eight-year-old Buppa into their family home.
The sharp growth seen between January and April is equivalent to what we've seen between 1999 and 2015.
The EDI airport operation coped well as we saw a surge in the number of passengers.
Dozens of vehicles have now made the change from diesel to the renewable alternative.
The Volvo fire appliance has been donated to the International Fire and Rescue Association (IFRA).
The recruitment day will take place at Capital House, Edinburgh Airport, on April 19.
Michael Taylor and Harry Chalmers provided an insight into their jobs at the airport
New staff are being recruited to meet the demand, while existing staff are also pitching in.
Roles include aviation security officers, car parking staff, and customer service advisors.