Stefano Baronci is ACI World’s Director of Economics and Programme Development and has over 18 years of analytic and representational experience at national and international levels in the aviation sector, representing both the airport and airline industries. With regard to the airport industry, he served as Secretary General of Assaeroporti, an Association of airport operators in Italy, where he contributed to the approval of a new economic regulation extending a dual till system for all Italian airports. Before this he was a Senior Policy Manager at ACI EUROPE, where he successfully represented the airport sector on the European rules about airport charges. Stefano also worked in IATA on important dossiers related to the Single European Sky and the slot allocation system.
In his current role at ACI, Stefano’s responsibilities include leading airport industry economic policy development through engagement with key policy makers from ICAO, national civil aviation authorities and Ministry of Transport representatives in the different Regions of the World. He also oversees the collection, dissemination and analysis of airport traffic and economic data, acting as the Secretary of the World Economics Standing Committee and collaborating with ICAO on its Economics Panel and related activities