Joe Bates looks back at some of the highlights of the ninth annual Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition in London.
ACI World’s director of economics, Stefano Baronci, considers how today’s volatile geo-political landscape creates challenges and sometimes new opportunities for airports and investors.
Small changes to the customer buying experience can make a big difference to an airport’s e-commerce revenues from parking, writes AeroParker’s Jon Keefe.
In a highly sophisticated and competitive market such as the airport sector, data matters, writes ACI World’s director of economics and programme development, Stefano Baronci.
Airports embracing the ‘experience economy’ will be one step ahead of their rivals when it comes to popularity and revenue generation, writes James Samperi.
More than 250 delegates and 11 exhibitors from 50 countries ensured that the eighth Airport Economics & Finance Conference and Exhibition was a truly international affair, writes Joe Bates.
Donagh Cagney, ACI Europe’s economics manager, counters the latest airline call for even more regulation of airport charges and renewed accusations that the continent’s gateways are monopolies.
Airport World takes a closer look at a handful of new initiatives designed to either boost airport revenue streams or reduce unnecessary expenditure.
Stephen Van Beek, ACI World’s interim head of economics, discusses new aviation legislation on both sides of the Atlantic and the thorny issue of airport charges.
Curtis Grad, president and CEO of Modalis, provides a rundown of the biggest airport deals of the past year and takes a glimpse of what’s on the horizon for 2016.
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