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ASIAN AIRPORTS SUMMIT 2008

  17.12.2007    

19 - 21 February 2008, Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore, Organized by The Asia Business Forum

Hear from international players and authorities to discuss winning strategies to engage in new expansion. This is an unique conference that delves into the latest trends and updates rather than only focus on airport management.
You will gain golden insights from an International Panel of Senior Representatives from Airport and Aviation Authorities including …

* Malaysia Airport Holdings
* Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand
* Macau International Airport, Macau
* Dubai International Airport, UAE
* Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Philippines                                          
*Incheon International Airport, Korea
* Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport, Germany
* Malta International Airport, Malta
* Munich International Airport, Germany

Airport operators, service providers and investors will benefit from tapping on the new opportunities and growth of the air traffic growth. Get sought after insight on you’re your can work with other players to maximise revenues.
Practical key topics include effective management tools in attracting investors to achieve revenue enhancement and cost management. Also learn how to capitalise on opportunities in markets with the highest potential - See how China is handling increased air traffic with regards to 2008 Olympics through privatisation and development. And hear how India is developing an effective regulatory framework and funding privatisation.

In addition, get specific tips on becoming successful through: Maximising non-aeronautical revenues by tweaking airport operations to operate in tandem with improved retail services; reducing congestion through a smoother passenger handling process and just as importantly, enhance operational efficiency and flexibility in terminal operations to increase customer satisfaction and business profitability; as well as best using best practice airport management frameworks to attract global investors.

Obtain Practical Insights from the Following Experiences:
~ Fraport AG’s partnership with Xi’an Xianyang International Airport in China
~ Lessons on airport management from the redevelopment of Don Muang Airport
~ Maximising sales growth in retail and F&B outlets from the experience of Incheon International Airport
~ And other interesting presentations and case experiences 

PLUS: Enjoy an exclusive tour visit to the new Terminal 3 at Singapore Changi Airport hosted by the Singapore Civil Aviation Authority.
And Maximise your Attendance and Sign up for a separately bookable 1-Day Pre-Conference Workshop * 18 February 2008 on:
“Increasing the Efficiency of Passenger Handling Processes to Reduce Congestion”, led by Marc Oedekoven, Lufthansa Consulting, Germany.
Through this workshop you will learn how to deliver consistent service quality taking into consideration innovations and future trends including security screening requirements, electronic check-in, rise of low cost carriers, quicker turn arounds for aircrafts which increases the use of each gate and a new generation of large aircraft.




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