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 Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London, close to the famous financial and commercial center of the Square Mile.
You can view the online E-brochure by clicking here:
NEW FOR 2012
On Wednesday March 7, the day before the conference, at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, we will be holding two interactive seminars. The morning seminar will cover Passenger Demographics & the afternoon seminar, PPP. Seminar sessions are not part of the conference delegate fee but can be purchased individually or as a pair. Click here to see the programme for further information.
Included within the conference delegate fee, all ACI AE&F 2012 Airport delegates will have the opportunity to arrange one-to-one meetings with a selection of world renowned investors. Further details to follow in due course.
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
The Conference is jointly hosted by ACI World and ACI EUROPE...
About ACI World
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 575 members operating over 1,630 airports in 179 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.
To visit ACI World's website go to www.aci.aero
About ACI Europe
ACI EUROPE, based in Brussels, Belgium, represents the interests of over 400 airports in 45 countries. Our members account for over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. In 2008, ACI EUROPE member airports welcomed nearly 1.5 billion passengers and handled over 17 million metric tonnes of cargo. The Brussels based team comprises 15 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.
We work on a day-to-day basis with the institutions of the European Union, the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) and the European Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL). We are currently engaged in important work on the environment, airport capacity, air passenger rights, airport charges, ground handling, slot allocation and airport competition.
All research shows that airports contribute significantly to the economic and social development of the regions which they serve. By mobilising our in-house expertise, EU contacts and a range of communication tools, we aim to promote a wider understanding of the challenges facing civil aviation in Europe.
To visit ACI Europe go to www.aci-europe.org