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Reason #8 that the Reveal CT-80XL is Right for Your Operation: The CT80XL is small enough to fit into the tightest of terminals and big enough to handle the oversized items – up to 2.5M. Golf clubs, skis, hunting and fishing equipment, military packs, car seats and strollers – not just seasonal items – these recreational and travel necessities can slow down your operation. The Reveal CT80XL has the same proven CT-80 architecture that is installed in over 50 US airports and is now available in an XL model, capable of handling your resort airport screening requirements and keeping both your operation and passengers moving. Find out just how many reasons there are to choose Reveal’s CT80XL … visit us at www.revealimaging.com/CT80XL
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As the pioneer of IP Video Surveillance Solutions, Genetec’s full suite of security solutions are designed to specifically cater to some of the industry’s most exigent demands, providing today’s international airports with the tools necessary to increase operational efficiency and offer top-of-the-line safety and protection. Join the thousands of organizations worldwide that have discovered Genetec’s complete line of IP security solutions.
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CDM worked with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to develop sustainable planning, design, and construction guidelines to help green LAWAâ€™s four-airport system. Supporting the mayorâ€™s citywide environmental initiative, CDM and LAWA also created and implemented a sustainability performance improvement management system that empowers stakeholders to continually evaluate and enhance LAWAâ€™s environmental stewardship, economic growth, and social responsibility.
Volume 19/ Number 5 | AAAE ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2008
EDITORIAL BOARD A ir p ort M ember s William Barkhauer, Morristown, New Jersey Tim Campbell, Baltimore, Maryland Charles Isdell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jim Johnson, Odessa, Florida Jim Morasch, Pasco, Washington Robert Olislagers, Englewood, Colorado Lisa Pyles, Addison, Texas Torrance Richardson, Fort Wayne, Indiana Elaine Roberts, Columbus, Ohio
C or p orate M ember s Bill Hogan, Reynolds, Smith + Hills Brian Lacey, Delaware North Companies Steve Pelham, Reveal Imaging Technologies Randy Pope, Burns & McDonnell Laura Samuels, Hudson Group AAAE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
C h air KRYS T. BART, Reno, Nevada F ir s t V ice C h air JAMES P. ELWOOD, Aspen, Colorado
Seco n d V ice C h air JOHN K. DUVAL, Beverly, Massachusetts
cover: Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
An Airport With Three Lives| 14 A Convenient Solution | 25 How environmental trends are affecting your airport
Green Ground Transportation | 30
AAAE Scholarship Winners
Buyers’ Guide Index
coming in AIRPORT MAGAZINE June/July: Airside Development Trends Roundtable Baggage and Passenger Screening Update August/September: Winter Operations Outlook
Airports take a pro-active stance to reduce emissions
Retail Trends and Update
One-on-One with RS+H’s Brian Reed| 47
Arnold Perl| 31 A discussion with the co-author of “Simple Solutions”
Newly Accredited Airport Executives 24
Environmentally friendly ideas
Sustainability Trends at Airports| 40
Secretar y / T rea s u rer JAMES E. BENNETT, Washington, D.C.
NextGen Air Traffic Control Self-serve Kiosks December/January: Landside Development Trends
Cover Design: Daryl E. Humphrey
F I R S T Pa s t C h air ELAINE ROBERTS, Columbus, Ohio s eco n d Pa s t C h air R. LOWELL PRATTE, Louisville, Kentucky B oard of D irectorS STEPHEN J. ADAMS, JR., Manchester, New Hampshire JEFF L. BILYEU, Angleton, Texas GARY A. CYR, Springfield, Missouri BENJAMIN R. DECOSTA, Atlanta, Georgia KEVIN A. DILLON, Orlando, Florida ROD A. DINGER, Redding, California LINDA G. FRANKL, Columbus, Ohio MICHAEL J. HANEY, Moline, Illinois GARY L. JOHNSON, Stillwater, Oklahoma ALEX M. KASHANI, Washington, D.C. SCOTT C. MALTA, Atwater, California JEFFREY A. MULDER, Tulsa, Oklahoma ROBERT P. OLISLAGERS, Englewood, Colorado LISA A. PYLES, Addison, Texas WAYNE E. SHANK, Norfolk, Virginia SUSAN M. STEVENS, Charleston, South Carolina DAVID R. ULANE, Aspen, Colorado C h a p ter Pre s ide n t s LEW BLEIWEIS, Fletcher, North Carolina KIM W. HOPPER, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Jeffrey Kelly, Houston, Texas LYNN F. KUSY, Mesa, Arizona TORRANCE A. RICHARDSON, Fort Wayne, Indiana ROGER SELLICK, Kelowna, Canada Polic y R evie w C ommittee BONNIE ALLIN, Tucson, Arizona WILLIAM G. BARKHAUER, Morristown, New Jersey THELLA F. BOWENS, San Diego, California MARK P. BREWER, Manchester, New Hampshire TIMOTHY L. CAMPBELL, Baltimore, Maryland CHERYL D. COHEN-VADER, Denver, Colorado LARRY D. COX, Memphis, Tennessee ALFONSO DENSON, Birmingham, Alabama MICHAEL A. GOBB, Lexington, Kentucky THOMAS GREER, Monterey, California SEAN C. HUNTER, New Orleans, Louisiana CHARLES J. ISDELL, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania JIM KOSLOSKY, Grand Rapids, Michigan MARK D. KRANENBURG, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma JAMES MORASCH, Pasco, Washington ERIN M. O’DONNELL, Chicago, Illinois BRADLEY D. PENROD, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania MORTON V. PLUMB, Anchorage, Alaska MARK M. REIS, Seattle, Washington MAUREEN S. RILEY, Salt Lake City, Utah LESTER W. ROBINSON, Detroit, Michigan JAMES R. SMITH, Newport News, Virginia RICKY D. SMITH, Cleveland, Ohio MARK H. WEBB, San Antonio, Texas Pre s ide n t Charles M. Barclay, Alexandria, Virginia
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