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Aviation is a rapidly growing industry that is believed to account for 25% of the carbon footprint by 2050 (Graver et al., 2019, as cited in Alfaro, V.N. & Chankov, S., 2022). Countries are making environmentally friendly changes to save the earth. Humans are the think tanks of any process. Airport personnel should consider implementing these changes. By considering the complex and dynamic nature of human beings, this study uses a survey approach to understand the attitudes and behavior of airport personnel in the transition towards airport environmental programs. The study focuses on factors influencing human behavior and their willingness to save the earth. The study findings will be discussed along with future research recommendations. These results would pave the way for further studies and serve as a guide for improving safety culture and policymaking in the aviation industry.