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The ACI-World Bank Annual Aviation Symposium will be lead by Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank who will create an interactive and exciting forum of discussion. He will be joined by senior representatives from airports, investment banks and financial institutions around the world.
09.15 – 09.30 Chair: Dr. Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank
09.30 – 09.50 Mark Barges, Counsel, Linklaters LLP
09.50 – 10.10 Muneer Ferozie, Regional Head IFC, The World Bank Group
10.10 – 10.45 PANEL DISCUSSION
11.15 – 11.20 Chair: Dr. Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank
11.20 – 11.35 Dr. Fethi Chebil, Airport Safety Expert, ICAO
11.35 – 11.50 Emmanuel Goldstein, Managing Director, Head of EMEA Transportation & Infrastructure, Morgan Stanley
11.50 – 12.05 Dr. Waleed Youssef, Director Strategy & Privatization, KPI Aviation Marketing Solutions
12.05 – 12.15 Valery Olefir, Director, Infrata
12.15 – 12.45 PANEL DISCUSSION
14.00 – 14.05 Chair: Dr. Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank
14.05 - 14.10 Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Vice President International Business, Munich Airport
14.10 - 14.15 Alan Robinson, Chief Executive Officer, Paradigm Bio Aviation
14.15 – 14.50 Group work on PPP case presentation
14.50 – 15.35 PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND ELABORATION OF PROJECTS
16.15 – 16.05 Chair: Dr. Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank
16.05 – 16.20 Dr. Charles Schlumberger, Lead Air Transport Specialist, The World Bank & Ian Twinn, Head of Infrastructure Portfolio, IFC
16.20 – 16.35 Doramas Jorge Calderon, Senior Economist, European Investment Bank
16.35 – 16.50 Ian Twinn, Head of Infrastructure Portfolio, IFC
16.50 – 17.05 Amadou Oumarou, Director Transport, Urban Development & ICT, African Development Bank
17.05 – 17.15 PANEL DISCUSSION
This workshop will be led by ACI Airport Service Quality (ASQ), the only global benchmarking programme measuring passengers’ satisfaction while at the airport. Using a rigorous and proven methodology, this workshop will demonstrate how getting regular reliable feedback from your passengers can allow airports to validate and prioritize enhancement projects, benchmark with other airports and optimize investments.
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Conference Chair: Andy Carlisle, Managing Director, AIRPORT360 Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World Olivier Jankovec, Director General, ACI EUROPE Patti Chau, Regional Director, ACI Asia-Pacific Boubacar Djibo, , Director, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO
The airline industry continues to transform itself – creating both winners and losers amongst airports. How are airports responding to on-going airline consolidation? What are the implications of new airline business models and what do airports need to do to leverage growth opportunities and avoid being left behind?
Chair: Guillaume Burghouwt, Head of Aviation Practice, SEO Amsterdam Research Panelists: Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive Officer, Birmingham Airport Léon Verhallen, Head of Aviation Marketing, Brussels Airport Company Dr. Michael Kerkloh, Board Member, ACI EUROPE & Chief Executive Officer, Munich Airport Sheik Aimen bin Ahmed Al Hosni, Chief Executive Officer, Oman Airports Management Company
Jaap de Wit, Professor Emiritus of Aviation Economics, University of Amsterdam
The aviation industry has undergone massive change in recent years, but the airport-airline conflict on charges remains unchanged – and in some cases has deteriorated further. What regulatory approaches are available which are tailored to today’s aviation market, and do any of these offer opportunities for a longer-term improvement in airport-airline relations?
Chair: Stefano Baronci, Director Economics, ACI World
Andrew Haines, Chief Executive Officer, UK Civil Aviation Authority
Jonathan Sandbach, Chief Economist, Heathrow Airport Holdings
Simon Fagan, Head of Planning, DAA
David Scholz Moreno, Manager of Project Development, Regional Airports, ASUR Aeropuertos del Sureste
Peter Alawani, Air Transport Officer, ICAO to be added back into this session at bottom
Traffic rights, regulatory consistency, airline ownership & duty free shopping – just some of the many questions marks in the aviation sector that have been thrown up by the prospect of Brexit. A panel of experts discuss potential implications and next steps, in this profoundly uncertain & political process.
Chair: Jeremy Robinson, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams
Frank O’Connell, Vice President, ETRC
Dan Elliott, Director, Frontier Economics
Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive Officer, Edinburgh Airport
Kata Cserep, Vice President, ICF
Prof. Rigas Doganis, Chairman, European Aviation Club , Brussels and Visiting Professor, Cranfield University
Airports have the potential to be generators of value for many different stakeholders – for passengers, for airlines, for investors, and for surrounding economies & communities. The Panel will describe these different impacts and discuss how all parties can collectively benefit from this value-add.
Chair: Andrew Blease, Associate Managing Director, Moody’s Investment Service Brian Pearce, Chief Economist and Director, IATA Michael McGhee, Partner and Director, Global Infrastructure Partners Amit Rikhy, President, CCR USA William Lo, Executive Director, Finance, Airport Authority Hong Kong Bodapati Bhaskar , Senior Director of Finance & Support Services, Bangalore International Airport Limited Marco Troncone, Chief Strategy and Financial Officer, Aeroporti di Roma PANEL DISCUSSION
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In an increasingly uncertain world, long-term investments into fixed airport infrastructure is becoming more and more risky. It is impossible to completely escape risk – it can only be managed by coherent & comprehensive business strategies. So what considerations should underpin a strong airport strategy, and what are the keys to its successful implementation?
Chair: John Strickland, Director, JLS Consulting Ltd
Aslihan Cortuk, Director of Business Development & Marketing, TAV Airports
Yevgen Treskunov, Board Member, Chairman of Strategic Development & International Relations Committee, Association 'Airports of Ukraine' CA
Julian Dupont, Director, Global Infrastructure & Project Finance, Fitch Ratings
Dr. Yiannis Paraschis,, Member, ACI Europe Board, Chief Executive Officer, Athens International Airport