Smart Security, a joint initiative of IATA and ACI, envisions a future where passengers proceed through security checkpoints with minimal inconvenience, where security resources are allocated based on risk, and where airport facilities are optimized, thus contributing toward an improved journey from curb to airside.
The definition and implementation of standardized business processes and interoperable IT solutions is a vital issue for the global aviation industry, especially as a way to increase revenues and reduce costs.
PassengersPlus is a worldwide airport community that celebrates the very best examples of airports putting passengers first. ACI encourages members of the airport community and passengers to share their experiences.
ACI World Airport Development News features edited, quarterly samples from the bi-weekly Momberger Airport Information newsletter. News pieces in this publication focus on all world regions, as well as green airports.
ACI’s 9th Annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference & Exhibition is returning to London, United Kingdom (20-22 March 2017) for the fourth time in as many years and is organized in cooperation with the World Bank for the third year running.
This programme focuses on further developing the leadership and strategic management skills of airport industry leaders. It provides participants with advice on strategies to effectively handle leadership responsibilities; provides global, regional and cultural perspectives on airport management; and discusses new professional opportunities.
The ACI Global Safety Network Diploma Programme consists of six specialized courses on airport safety, and is specifically designed to meet the needs of airside operations and safety managers, including developing, implementing and operating effective Safety Management Systems at their airports.
Airport management, as a profession, has been faced with growing pressure to establish ways and means of promoting its credibility and ensuring an appropriate degree of standardisation of related expertise globally. ACI and ICAO established a formal partnership to provide accessible, affordable and universally available specialised management training to the global airports community.
Airport Excellence (APEX) in Safety Programme provides assistance for ACI members to improve their level of safety and compliance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices. Through a Safety Review performed on-site, the ACI Safety Review Team will identify safety gaps, as well as, draw an action/implementation plan for the Host Airport to address these vulnerabilities.
The ACI Developing Nations Airport Assistance Programme’s objective is to support member airports in developing countries. It will do so by aiding airport initiatives that are sustainable, have impact, and bring results to those airport members.