ACI Media Press Release Archives (2004)
Geneva, November 2004 - ACI is pleased to announce the launch of the new version of the ACI website www.aci.aero .
Geneva, Switzerland - Global passenger traffic increased strongly in September 2004 over September 2003 according to data from a sample of over 100 major airports, which represent 60 percent of total global passenger traffic.
Lisbon, 14 October 2004 - The International Centre for Aviation Management Education and Research (ICAMER) at John Molson School of Business (JMSB), Concordia University , and Airports Council International (ACI) will partner to develop and deliver an Airport Executive Leadership Programme (AELP). Targeted at future CEOs, Deputy CEOs, or Vice-Presidents of airport operating organizations, the programme aims to develop airport-industry leaders and to advance the professionalism of airport management practices.
Traffic Growth Rebounds Sharply Trough June 2004. Results from over 800 airports worldwide show passenger traffic was up 15%, cargo 14% and movements 13%, compared to June 2003
With Airport Wayfinder(TM), Customer Service Begins at Home. For the first time, world travelers passing through Portland International Airport (PDX) can orient themselves with the airport long before their luggage is packed, thanks to a groundbreaking customer service program.
Geneva, 17 May 2004 - Dubai, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur finished top among the 35 airports participating in 2003 in the Global Airport Monitor survey, reflecting passenger satisfaction across a wide range of service attributes, derived from 50,000 interviews at participating airports.
GENEVA and LONDON 6th May 2004 Over 60 per cent of airport IT executives expect increased budgets to boost their IT and telecommunications investment from the current average of 4 per cent of airport revenues. This is according to the results of the first Airport IT Trends Survey conducted by Airports Council International (ACI), SITA and Airline Business magazine.
Singapore - Speaking at the IATA/Asian Aerospace Aviation Summit here on 23 February 2004, ACI Director General Robert J. Aaronson challenged airlines to come to grips with their internal cost problems, while working collaboratively with airports to give passengers a better overall travel experience.
Geneva, Switzerland At the invitation of the President of Aeroports de Paris, the ACI GTH (Global Training Hub) Expert Panel held its first meeting in Paris-Roissy 24 March 2004.