How we’ve helped WLT financially

Global air travel has helped nations grow and flourish, but it has also had an impact on the environment. This is why APH is a committed supporter of World Land Trust’s (WLT) work to ‘protect the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre’.

How you’ve helped protect more threatened land

Booking your airport parking through APH on our dedicated WLT page has helped the Trust save thousands of endangered habitats across the globe in 2014 – and together we’re helping to secure the future of even more during 2016 and beyond.

Have a look at some of the highlights from previous years and how we can all make a real difference from something as simple as booking airport parking

Book before October 21, 2016, and we’ll donate 25% to WLT

To celebrate APH’s 11-year partnership with the World Land Trust we’re making a pledge to donate 25% of the value of your APH parking made on this page to the World Land Trust. Together APH and our loyal customers really can help make a difference.

Remember, we don’t ask you to pay more, we will donate the 25% from the standard parking price.

Click here for full details and to book your parking to support World Land Trust’s vital work

Update – more land protected

Great news! Together we helped permanently protect an additional 5.5 football pitches worth of biologically important and threatened habitats. We’re not giving up though, this is a battle that’s ongoing so look out for more updates soon on more land that’s been protected.See the new figures below..

World Land Trust statistics


We are committed to finding new ways to offset our impact on the environment and helping World Land Trust permanently protect biologically important and threatened habitats.

World Land Trust’s work is vital to help protect some of the most threatened wildlife habitats on earth, and corporate sponsors like APH are incredibly important in helping the WLT reach their goals



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