Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners ESG Policy Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners GP (“Nieuport” or the “Company”) recognizes that environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues can have a significant impact on long-term operational performance in terms of delivering critical infrastructure to our customers, access to capital, and the growth and longevity of the business, the well-being of our employees, securing our social license to operate. Examples of ESG issues include determining a company’s impact on climate change or carbon emissions, water use or conservation efforts, anti-corruption policies, board diversity, human rights efforts and community development. Firms with an environmentally sustainable and socially responsible way of operating significantly de-risk their business model, and therefore, deliver better performance and achieve greater cost efficiencies and profitability. These issues are integral to our business. In developing our ESG policy, we have given consideration to a range of codes and standards, including the United Nations supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), the requirements of our Code of Conduct as it pertains to anti-bribery, corruption and ethics, and the input of our Board of Directors and shareholder(s). The Company will, to the best of our ability: Comply with applicable regulations and appropriate best practice governing our operations, the protection of human rights, occupational and public health and safety and the environment. Incorporate the needs of our various stakeholders including passengers, airlines, regulators and the community into our decision-making as appropriate. Adhere to the highest standards of ethical conduct to avoid negligent, corrupt business practices or practices involving conflicts of interest. Regard implementation of our ESG engagement activities as an integral part of how we do business and recognize that our ESG activities are of an on-going nature and encourage continual improvement in ESG performance at our company. Instruct Company employees and relevant subcontractors, as appropriate, in the identification and management of ESG risks and opportunities, and provide them with appropriate support and assistance. Consider what actions can be taken in regards to the Terminal’s resilience to storms and impact on/adaptability to climate change as part of our decision-making. Support and encourage our employees to help community organizations and activities Provide for the assignment of and accountability for ESG responsibilities to senior managers. Review the policy’s effectiveness and implementation on a regular basis, and report relevant findings, progress and recommendations to our Board. Distribute this policy and related ESG information to all employees. Ensure appropriate disclosure to, and encourage dialogue on ESG issues with, our shareholder(s) and other stakeholders as appropriate.