ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Airport Council International (ACI) is pleased to invite the Global Airport Industry to attend the Annual ACI Airport Economics and Finance two-day conference and exhibition on Airport Investment, Financial Management and Economic Sustainability. This international event will take place at the exciting new venue in Singapore - the Carlton Hotel Singapore.
On Wednesday 6th March, before the conference & at the conference venue, we will be holding two interactive seminars, split into a morning seminar session and an afternoon seminar session.
The morning seminar will cover the topic of ‘Lessons Learned from Airport Privatization and Charting the Way Forward', and the second seminar will be taking a close look at ‘Economic Regulation of Airports’.
Seminar sessions are not part of the conference delegate fee but can be purchased individually.
Click here to view list of Pre-Conference Seminars
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Airport Chief Executive Officers/Executive Directors
- Airport CFOs/ Finance Directors/Managers
- Accounting Managers and Budget Analysts
- Airport Property and Commercial Managers
- Investment Banks & Financial Institutions
- Rating Agencies
- Airport Finance Consultants
- Airport Investors
- Airports Seeking Investment
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Expert opinion and cutting edge presentations from the Airport, investor and financial community
- Interactive Panel discussions covering the implications and long term solutions to the global economic uncertainty, tight credit markets, high energy prices, airport funding, new financial vehicles/ PPP’s and changing regulatory framework
- Exclusive networking opportunities including welcome reception, gala evening, refreshment and lunches
- Exhibition for key industry partners
- 250+ Global delegates
- Post event: All presentations and delegate list available online
THIS CONFERENCE IS JOINTLY HOSTED BY...
Created in 1991, the Airports Council International (ACI) is the international association of the world’s airports. It is a not for profit organisation, the prime purpose of which is to foster co-operation among its member airports and with other partners in world aviation, including governmental, airline and aircraft manufacturing organisations.
Through this co-operation, ACI makes a significant contribution to providing the travelling and shipping public with an air transport system that is safe, secure, efficient and environmentally compatible. ACI has 569 members operating over 1,689 airports in 170 countries and territories. In 2009, ACI members handled 4.8 billion passengers, 79.8 million metric tonnes of cargo and 74.1 million aircraft movements.
ACI Asia-Pacific has 95 members operating over 500 airports in 42 countries. According to the ACI World Airport Traffic Report 2010, the airports in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions handled 1.5 billion passengers, 37.7 million tonnes of cargo and 13.6 million aircraft movements.
ABOUT ACI EUROPE
ACI Europe, based in Brussels, Belgium, represents the interests of over 400 airports in 46 countries. Our members account for over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. In 2011, ACI EUROPE member airports welcomed nearly 1.5 billion passengers and handled over 18 million metric tonnes of cargo. The Brussels based team comprises 16 permanent staff and more than 300 airport experts, under the leadership of Director General Olivier Jankovec.
ACI EUROPE promotes the exchange of industry know-how through our internal committee structure and extensive schedule of conferences and exhibitions. By actively seeking the views of airport members, we generate comprehensive industry policies that serve as a reference to the entire aviation industry.