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Winter Operations | 14 Lessons from Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford International

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RENEWING

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Dallas/Fort Worth International has launched a major terminal upgrade program that will take eight years and up to $2 billion to finish, resulting in the complete renovation of the airport’s four original terminals — A, B, C and E — all of which opened in 1974. Funding for the program will come from

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bond sales, available capital and other sources, officials said. In announcing the Terminal Development Program, airport CEO Jeff Fegan, A.A.E., noted that, while the terminals have served the airport well, “their internal systems need replacement.” He added that, “The renovation of these terminals


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to more modern passenger amenities, airport officials said. Renovation of passenger areas in all four terminals, including ticketing, security and concessions, will highlight the renovation project. Terminal systems such as electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling, security and telecommunications will be replaced. “A great deal has changed since these terminals were designed in the 1960s, including vastly different modern requirements for security and customer services,” noted Jim Crites, the airport’s vice president-operations. “The renovated terminals will be very customer focused, so we

The Skylink automated people mover system opened in 2005.

is critical for the airport’s long-term outlook, because this project will keep DFW highly attractive to customers and cost-effective for airlines well into the 21st century.” The ambitious program will incorporate environmental sustainability and better use of space and improved passenger flow, in addition

should see big gains in customer satisfaction, as well as operational efficiency and revenues.” To begin the ambitious program, the airport’s board of directors in September 2009 approved the first major expenditure: a $20.75 million package for URS Corp. of Dallas to begin the preliminary design work. AirportMagazine.net |APRIL/MAY 2010

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DFW At A Glance Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is located halfway between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. Covering more than 29.8 square miles, with real property of 18,076 acres, the airport offers nearly 1,750 flights per day that serve 57 million passengers a year. Eighteen commercial airlines, including seven international carriers, provide nonstop service to 138 domestic and 38 international destinations. Twenty-four cargo carriers transport 634,694 U.S. tons annually from DFW. The airport has seven active runways, ranging from 8,500 feet to 13,400

feet long, and the ability to land four aircraft simultaneously. According to figures from the Texas DOT, the airport impacts the North Texas economy by more than $16 billion annually, while providing more than 300,000 jobs. Among its awards, the airport in 2007 was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its environmental leadership. Further, the airport in 2009 was named to EPA’s Top 20 Local Government List of the largest green power purchasers. DFW first opened Jan. 13, 1974, as Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport.

Current plans call for construction to begin in early 2011, following Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas. Terminal A will be completed first — sometime in 2014 — and the entire project is planned to be finished by the end of 2017. Construction will be phased, with one-third of each terminal to be shut down at one time. Design concepts call for the concessions areas to be consolidated into villages similar to the airport’s International Terminal D, which opened in 2005 at a cost of $1.2 billion. “We certainly know that International Terminal D works extremely well,” Fegan stated. International Terminal D, with 2 million square feet of space, was designed by the team 10

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The ramp side of DFW’s International Terminal D as a summer storm rolls in.

of HKS Inc., Corgan Associates Inc. and HNTB, and uses “intuitive wayfinding” to lead passengers through the building from the ticketing halls to the gates. Constructed by Austin Commercial, the building includes many moving walkways, elevators and escalators to help passengers maneuver through the terminal. Amenities include concessions areas in both pre- and post-security locations, live performance venues, children’s play areas and art elements. The Skylink automated people mover system, which also opened in 2005, is accessible at two stations in the terminal, and an 8,100-space garage features smart parking technology, among other passenger conveniences. A 298-room Grand Hyatt Hotel is integrated into International Terminal D. The Terminal Development Program is a major part of the airport’s master plan, which also includes accommodating regional rail service from both the Dallas Area Rapid Transit and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority and participating in area highway renovation projects, among other initiatives. (See sidebar, page 13.) A


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DFW Trade Zone Under New Rules The DFW Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) is one of the nation’s first authorized by the U.S. Department of Commerce to operate under new and streamlined procedures designed to make domestic business more competitive internationally, the airport announced in January 2010. An FTZ is an area designated by the federal government as outside of U.S. Customs and Border Protection territory. Foreign trade zones encourage domestic investment and the creation of American jobs by allowing area businesses to operate under customs guidelines similar to those governing business conducted in a foreign country. Businesses operating with FTZ designation typically obtain relief from paying Customs duties and tariffs, which in turn lowers the cost of engaging in international trade. Foreign trade zones are established in or adjacent to U.S. ports of entry and operate under the supervision of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Under the new procedures, the six-county DFW area (Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Grayson and Rockwall counties) has been pre-approved by the federal government as eligible FTZ property. With the agreement of local officials, the federal government will provide any eligible business with a foreign trade zone designation on an expedited and simplified basis. The designation process, which historically has taken more than a year, now will take less than 45 days and carry only a nominal expense.

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Deicing Best Management Practices at Grand Rapids By Thomas Ecklund, P.E.

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At Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford International, we continue to work to enhance our best management practices (BMP) approach, which provides our tenants with a reasonable level of flexibility that facilitates their primary focus on flight safety while also reducing and managing overall deicing chemical usage to protect our local environment. Our airport sits on 3,300 acres in Kent County, Mich., just to the southeast of the city of Grand Rapids. The airport’s three runways are 8R/26L (10,000 feet), 17/35 (8,500 feet) and 8L/26R (5,000 feet). Total operations in 2009 were approximately 87,900. Located just 35 miles from Lake Michigan, Ford International is at the tail end of the annual November-March “lake effect” snow machine. Over the last 10 years, we have averaged 82 inches of snow annually. Since 2000, our airport has operated under an individual National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit administered by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE). In Michigan, EPA has delegated regulatory control to the DNRE. While the debate surrounding EPA’s proposed effluent limit guidelines is ongoing, we receive our guidance from the state DNRE. Our permit requirements are met by a team comprised of airport staff, our environmental consultant team and our tenants, all of whom share responsibility for supervising and operating a system of controls and practices. The foundation of our deicing management program is a system of source reduction, deicing runoff collection and recycling, and BMPs that prevent or minimize the introduction of aircraft deicing materials to stormwater runoff. The source reduction practices include storage procedures for deicing materials, spill management education, and education and training of employees, contractors and tenants. Controls on aircraft deicing activities are focused both on protecting flight safety — the overarching priority — and environmental protection by encouraging efficient material application, while containing runoff where aircraft deicing occurs. The BMP portion of our program focuses on isolating

deicing runoff. We have done this primarily through the installation of catch basin inserts at designated deicing locations. Our GA/business tenants have limited deicing locations on the general aviation ramps. We have allowed our commercial airlines to deice at the gate, or on the main terminal ramp. We currently have 41 inserts installed in catch basins. An insert is fabricated to the exact dimensions of a specific catch basin. It consists of a surface-mounted grate welded to a holding pan that is approximately 12 inches below the surface of the ramp. The insert has a valve that allows the catch basin to be closed when deicing occurs; thus allowing us to capture the glycol-impacted runoff for recycling. The shallow depth of the holding pan allows for impacted runoff to be stored on the surface of the ramp, which maximizes our collection efforts. Our operations staff monitors weather conditions and proposed airline schedules to open and close the inserts. Collection is done by mobile vacuum units pulled by tractors. We have three units, with two in operation at all times. Each operator has a portable refractometer that measures the percent of glycol present. If the runoff exceeds 1 percent, it is collected and transferred to storage tanks, where it is collected by a contractor and recycled. Control of glycol-impacted snow on the ramp is a constant challenge. Airlines typically leave deicing issues up to the pilot. While we want aircraft to push back and deice in areas already cleared of snow (to maximize our collection efficiency), some pilots insist on deicing at the gate, or they push back into an area not yet plowed. Cooperation with the airlines and their pilots has improved over the years, and pilots usually will move to a cleared area, if they can and still meet their schedule. We have two areas that are used for the storage of glycolimpacted snow. These are paved areas where the snow can melt and drain into a catch basin that has an insert. Depending on the rate of the snowfall and the amount of airline activity on the ramp, use of these areas is not always possible. Since our primary emphasis is on clearing snow to allow aircraft to move from the terminal ramp onto the airfield, we will forego the use of the snow storage areas if necessary. Our glycol collection efficiency has increased since the start of our program in 2000. We collected 6 percent our first year and 13.9 percent our second year. The average has been 24 percent, with a high of 34 percent. Source control is another identified BMP. As noted already, we have designated deicing locations that allow us to collect and recycle glycol-impacted runoff. FedEx has a cargo facility at our airport, and the company has used a hybrid deicing truck for the last four years. This unit combines the glycol with hot water and sprays it using pressurized forced air. This has allowed the AirportMagazine.net | APRIL/MAY 2010

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Winter Operations company to reduce its glycol use. Ford International also replaced ethylene glycol and urea-based pavement deicers with potassium acetate and sodium formate products that have a lower biological oxygen demand (BOD) — a measure used to determine water quality — and do not contain nitrogen. Further, the airport has improved the efficiency for using pavement deicers through proactive anti-icing and plowing prior to chemical application. In addition, we have made sodium formate available to tenants to ensure that they have a source for environmentally friendly airside pavement deicing material. Aircraft deicing BMPs that have been promoted by the airport to maximize application efficiency include: preheating fluid to maximize its effectiveness; managing aircraft movement to minimize accumulating frost, snow or ice on “remain overnight” aircraft; using two-step deicing and anti-icing procedures to reduce total volumes of deicing and anti-icing materials required; and blending fluid mixtures to current weather conditions (blending to temperature). Beginning in 2002, all carriers and FBOs switched to propylene glycol-based products to facilitate recycling the deicing runoff collected at the airport. Pre-season and post-season education is also an important BMP in our program. Prior to the start of the snow season, all airport maintenance employees train on the use of the collection units and typical airline practices. We also meet with our tenants to go over the program, highlight any changes, and reinforce the need for cooperation and communication in order to continue to improve our collection performance. We have a post-season debriefing with the airlines and air traffic control staff to discuss what worked and what didn’t work. This meeting also is used to discuss communication issues and 16

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areas of improvement for the next year’s program. We are required to monitor material usage and water quality throughout the snow season. Material use is monitored on a monthly basis; this includes all tenants and maintenance staff. Deliveries are tracked, and the use of both liquid and solid chemicals is reported on a monthly basis. Water quality as it leaves our property is monitored through the use of automatic samplers. We are required to monitor during four separate snow events and for five continuous days for each. Glycol use and precipitation is tracked for each event. Water samples are tested for BOD and ammonia concentrations, dissolved oxygen and total organic carbons. We have achieved a total load reduction in oxygen-demanding substances of more than 2 million pounds of five-day carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand and 96,000 pounds of nitrogen during the last 10 years. A condition of our NPDES permit is to seek ways to improve from year to year. This approach has been compared with the “adaptive

management” process used in nonpoint source programs. Nonpoint source programs are efforts to control pollution in which there is not a single source of the pollution (i.e., agricultural runoff, or urban runoff from streets and parking lots). Since a single source cannot be determined, it is often a trial and error effort to find the best solution. This approach allows us to implement strategies for improvement, monitor and report their success/ failure, evaluate and design changes, and modify our BMP program accordingly. Our blended approach results in a reasonable and effective program and a commitment to try to improve each and every year. The airport’s deicing management program has demonstrated the effectiveness of BMPs to control deicing materials. The airport continues to work with the Michigan DNRE to effectively manage deicing runoff and satisfy the requirements of flight safety and environmental compliance. Thomas Ecklund, P.E., is the facilities management director at Gerald R. Ford International Airport. He may be reached at tecklund@grr.org

Airports Voice Concern Over Deicing Proposal AAAE has submitted comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on proposed new standards for limiting deicing fluid runoff at commercial airports. EPA’s proposal would establish standards for the amount of aircraft deicing fluid (ADF) that commercial service airports must recapture and prevent from entering wastewater runoff. AAAE expressed concern that the standards would put undue financial burdens and create safety hazards at many airports. Under the proposed regulation, airports with more than 10,000 annual aircraft departures and 1,000 annual jet departures would be required to capture fluid. The recapture standards would vary based on the amount of ADF used each year, with heavy users required to recapture 60 percent of all fluid. In addition, airports determined to have “new sources” of pollution, such as new or extended runways, would be required to meet the highest standards. A copy of AAAE’s comments can be viewed at http://www.aaae.org/_ pdf/_govpdf/AAAE-%20ELG%20Final%20Comments%20Feb%2023%20 2010.pdf.


Upgrade In Snow Strategy Improves Runway Efficiency Montreal Trudeau International Boosts Capacity in Snow Events Montreal Trudeau International officials in late 2008 decided to replace the airport’s aging fleet of snow removal equipment with the twin goals of increasing runway capacity during snowstorms and reducing down time during snow removal operations. More than 12 feet of snow fell on Montreal during the winter of 2007-2008 — almost 80 percent more than average, a strong incentive for the airport to act. As a major hub for air traffic between Canada and Europe, the airport’s 40 air carriers transport more than 12 million passengers annually. With more than 225,000 aircraft movements each year, the airport’s operations crew works hard to keep snow from disrupting flight operations and

long has been recognized for its expertise in clearing snow. In 2008, Montreal-Trudeau received its second Balchen/ Post Award, sponsored by the Northeast Chapter-AAAE, for outstanding achievements in airport snow and ice control. As replacement equipment, the airport ordered 13 Oshkosh H-Series vehicles, including six multi-function apparatus with plows and towing brooms; six blowers, including three high-speed models; and five Oshkosh H-Series multi-tasking units, including three with highspeed blowers and two with front plows. In addition, two airport service technicians attended fleet service training and advanced electronics classes. Eagle Airfield, the Oshkosh dealer for Canada, supported the deployment of

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Winter Operations the new equipment and the training of personnel. Having this level of trained staff significantly improves the airport’s ability to self-manage and support its fleet operations to their greatest capabilities. While the airport has kept its overall snow operation procedures and processes in place, the larger capacity removal equipment significantly improved snow removal efficiency and helped reduce snow and ice clearing times. “Runway clearance times have been reduced from 25 minutes to 12 minutes — a greater than 50 percent reduction in time,” said Sylvain Marchand, airfield supervisor, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM), the main airport authority in the Montreal area. “Time to clear both runways and taxiways has been reduced from 45 minutes to 20-25 minutes.” This significant reduction in plowing time increases the airport’s capacity, allows greater flexibility in moving aircraft during a snow event and helps airlines save fuel as runways are out of commission for shorter periods of time during snow removal operations. This is especially critical at peak times during major snowstorms. “Snow removal technology has improved tremendously, and better performing snow blowers have significantly reduced operating times,” said Sylvain Coron, assistant director of operations for ADM. Montreal Trudeau officials are committed to serving their airline customers. Airfield supervisors constantly monitor demands for maintenance and remain in frequent contact with the airlines to ensure their needs are being met, particularly when winter storms threaten to disrupt flight schedules. “The airlines have been very happy. The results of having this new equipment are very transparent,” said Coron. “The units utilize the latest technology and are very efficient.” A 18

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Airport Wildlife

Management The Road Taken By John Ostrom, C.M.

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he legendary baseball player and manager Yogi Berra once said, “You got to be careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you might not get there.” Thinking about that Yogi-ism, I thought it would be more appli-

cable to the challenges surrounding airport wildlife management if I deleted the word “not,” thus creating a new quote, “You got to be careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you might get there.”

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leading to regulatory changes in our industry are: • On Feb. 22, 1999, a Delta 757 during takeoff from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International struck a flock of European starlings. Both engines sustained substantial damage from ingesting the birds. • On March 4, 1999, a USA Jet Airlines DC-9 on final approach to Kansas City International struck a flock of snow geese. Both engines were severely damaged, resulting in one shutting down and the second retaining enough power for the crew to safely land the aircraft. Later that year, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued nine safety recommendations (A-9986 through -94) to FAA as a result of these two separate bird strike incidents. Upon receiving FAA’s responses to the safety recommendations, NTSB closed out all nine recommendations with six acceptable and three unacceptable responses. The three recommendations that were deemed to have unacceptable responses from FAA were: • A-99-088 — Require that wildlife hazard assessments be conducted at all Part 139 airports. • A-99-089 — Require the development of a wildlife hazard management program for all airports determined to need one as a result of a wildlife hazard assessment. • A-99-091 — Require all airport operators to report bird strikes to FAA. Ten years later, history repeated itself as US Airways Flight 1549 hit the flock of Canadian geese and significantly damaged both engines. On Jan. 14, 2010, FAA released the fact sheet titled Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program, which listed the following initiatives the agency has undertaken to moderate the wildlife hazard problem: • Opened the National Wildlife Strike Database to the public. • Issued a certification alert to airport operators on June 11, 2009, reminding them of their obligation under Part 139 to conduct a wildlife hazard assessment if they experience a “triggering event” described in 139.337 (b). • Conducted a review of the National Wildlife Strike Database that found almost 40 percent of strikes that occur are being reported, and that mandatory strike reporting is not required. • Redesigned the Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Web site. • Expanded the current research related to bird radar technology. The fact sheet also identified This Embraer 145 sustained a bird strike from what is believed to have been a Canada goose. PhotoS courtesy of MinneapolisSt. Paul International Airport

Ever since that fateful Jan. 15, 2009, when US Airways Flight 1549 struck a flock of Canadian geese and went into New York’s Hudson River, there has been a flurry of commotion and activity concerning airports, wildlife, and what is being done, and in some cases not being done, to mitigate the hazards. In one way or another, we all have been affected by this event. For those of us in the airport operations business, we’ve struggled with the overwhelming flood of government guidance, policy changes, federal reviews and the microscopic scrutiny placed upon us by the public and media. Even though this accident was not a “tombstone” event, we’ve felt the considerable effects of actions taken and directives placed on us. With the splash heard around the world, airport wildlife hazard management was no longer the younger, and often ignored, sibling of winter operations, emergency management and runway safety in the Part 139 family. Wildlife, and the hazards and risks it poses to aviation, has been brought to the forefront and needs to be addressed by every airport operator in the country, if not the world. The questions before us are: where are we going, and how do we get there? But to map where we are going, we need to understand where we have been. It was George Santayanna, an early 20th century poet and philosopher, who wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Ever since the dawn of flight, wildlife has been a threat to the safety and well-being of those who fly. Over the years, wildlife has taken hundreds of lives and caused billions of dollars worth of damage to the aviation industry. US Airways Flight 1549 wasn’t the first significant bird strike that resulted in double engine ingestion, and it won’t be the last. Two other examples of significant strikes that ended up

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some of FAA’s future initiatives, which include: • Plans to issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in 2010 to make wildlife hazard assessments mandatory at all Part 139 airports, regardless of whether a “triggering event” has occurred. • Plans to develop a program to conduct wildlife hazard assessments at approximately 2,000 general aviation airports. • Development of software that would allow anyone to file a strike report using handheld mobile devices. So, where do we go from here? As airport operators, our direction is simple because our destination is dictated by regulation and policy guidance. Part 139.337 clearly states, “The certificate holder must take immediate action to alleviate wildlife hazards when they are detected.” It goes on to describe the requirements for conducting a wildlife hazard assessment and the subsequent development and implementation of a wildlife hazard management plan, which is our destination. Although not simple, these two documents are not complicated either, but they are complex and require thought and work when creating them. With the adoption of the revised Part 139 in 2004, FAA required that a wildlife hazard assessment be conducted by a “qualified wildlife damage management biologist.” The issuance of Advisory Circular 150/5200-36 in 2006 defined the education, experience and training requirements for those “qualified” biologists. In 2009, FAA pushed harder for airports to conduct wildlife hazard assessments. This push was coupled with a more liberal approach toward using AIP money to conduct the assessments and further restrictions on using USDA Wildlife Services (WS) to conduct those assessments. It led to a flood of private biologists and contractors scrambling to meet FAA’s requirements and secure a lucrative airport contract. In the past, airports were allowed and encouraged to contract directly with WS to conduct an assessment, thus guaranteeing them the services of a “qualified” biologist. As a result of the 2009 changes, airports now were faced with the almost impossible task of trying to vet the qualifications of every private biologist who responded to a request for proposal. In the summer of 2009, FAA issued guidance for using AIP dollars in the form of Program Guidance Letter 09-01 – Eligibility of Wildlife Hazard Assessments and Program Information Memorandums, PIM2 – StandAlone grants for Wildlife Hazard Studies at Part 139 Certificated Airports, and PIM 3 – Use of USDA for Wildlife Hazard Assessment Studies. This guidance did clear up some of the confusion experienced by airports, but did nothing to alleviate the daunting task of vetting potential “qualified” biologists. While there has been considerable confusion surround22

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ing wildlife hazard assessments, nothing has changed with Part 139’s requirements for wildlife hazard management plans. FAA still holds that it is the airport operator’s responsibility to create and implement a plan using the wildlife hazard assessment as a foundation. As you can see, our destination is fairly clear. As airport operators, we are required to mitigate wildlife hazards whenever they are found through the development and use of a wildlife hazard assessment and wildlife hazard management plan. So how do we get there, you ask. I would recommend that you consider the following roadmap as you move forward with your wildlife hazard management program:

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Realize that you’re not in this alone. This is a

problem that you as an airport cannot solve by yourself. You will need to include your tenants, users and local experts to help develop solutions and practices that work best to mitigate the wildlife problems at your airport. It’s all about expectations. Make sure that you know what they expect, and make sure that they know what you expect. From this foundation, you can start to develop a mutually acceptable program with clear, well-defined objectives and metrics.

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Talk with your certification inspector. Ask him/

her what other airports are doing and obtain copies of their wildlife hazard assessments and management plans. Remember, on the operations side, plagiarism is the highest form of flattery.

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Establish contact with your state WS office.

These people are the experts in wildlife damage management, so take advantage of their expertise and ask them to come to your airport for a site visit. This is usually a free, one-day visit during which a qualified wildlife biologist will look at your airport and, talk with you about wildlife attractants on and off your airport, and wildlife species and hazards seen during the visit. Further, the biologist will perform an analysis of wildlife strike data for your airport. The biologist will follow up the visit with specific recommendations on how to start mitigating your wildlife problems immediately.


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Attend one of AAAE’s three-day wildlife courses.

Experts in airport operations and wildlife management have developed three comprehensive courses for AAAE for anyone interested or actively involved in an airport’s wildlife management program. The Airport Wildlife Techniques Course is hands-on training that introduces participants to the tools and terminology used in an airport wildlife management program. The Airport Wildlife Manager’s Course is designed for individuals who are responsible for the oversight of an airport’s wildlife management program and focuses on the development of an airport wildlife hazard assessment and management plan. The Airport Wildlife Trainer’s Course builds on the foundation of the techniques course and is designed for those responsible for implementing the airport wildlife management program and training others.

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Attend a Bird Strike Conference. AAAE, Salt Lake City International and Bird Strike Committees USA and Canada are hosting the 2010 Bird Strike Conference on June 21-24, 2010, in Salt Lake City. This three-day conference is an excellent opportunity to meet with and hear from airport wildlife management experts around the world.

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There are a lot of online resources, but if you start

with these two, they’ll link you to many others: Bird Strike Committee USA, www.Birdstrike. org; and FAA Wildlife Strike Database, http://wildlifemitigation.tc.faa.gov/wildlife.

7.

Give me a call, or send me an e-mail. If you find

yourself stumped and don’t know where to look or who to ask, let me know, and I’ll do my best to get you started in the right direction. Christopher Columbus once said, “By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.” The key to any successful journey or program is to know where you’re going and how you want to get there. If you use the road map I’ve provided, you’ll soon be on your way to developing a successful airport wildlife management program. A

John Ostrom, C.M., is manager-airside operations at Minnespolis-St. Paul International. He may be reached at john.ostrom@mspmac.org. Information about the AAAE wildlife training courses mentioned in this article may be accessed at www.aaae.org/meetings/


Features

The Defense of

Duffer’s Municipal Airport

By Robert P. Olislagers, A.A.E. © 2010

photo of Phoenix Deer Valley Airport courtesy OF Phoenix Aviation Department

Part II of II (Editor’s Note: The following article is part two of a fictional story, and the views expressed in it are strictly those of the author. Part one of the story ran in the February/March issue of Airport Magazine.The entire article is posted on the Airport Magazine Web site, www.airportmagazine.net.)

Introduction Ernest Swinton’s 1905 novella, “The Defence of Duffer’s Drift,” is a military classic on small tactics and, while fictional, is loosely based on the experiences learned during the Boer War against Great Britain at the end of the 19th century. In successive dreams that have the same starting point, a young British officer is permitted to learn from his mistakes in each previous dream, remembering only the lessons. Eventually he succeeds in the objective assigned to him. Written in tribute to Swinton, “The Defense of Duffer’s Municipal Airport,” though considerably shorter and obviously less eloquent, is a similar story, except that Duffer’s Municipal Airport (DFA) is a general aviation airport located very near Lalaland, and the new airport manager is given the task of defending it.

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rigorous audit requirements. Again, following procurement procedures but also checking with his attorney regarding civil liberties, Neversleep implemented every countermeasure he could think of and then some. The CCTV was beefed up with intelligent surveillance software to aid the live monitors, and the miles-

long fence was strung with sensor wire. Redundant independent motion radar pods were placed all around the airfield as well. Access control procedures were strengthened, and new biometric ID badges were issued, complete with background checks. State-ofthe-art CBRNE detectors were installed both airside and landside, casting a wide dragnet over Duffer’s Muni. The revised written security plan contained the necessary command and control functions, updated response and recovery procedures and continuity of operations protocols. Neversleep reviewed the 12 lessons he had learned thus far and shared those with airport tenants to ensure everyone would benefit from his knowledge. Now having spent untold millions, Neversleep was convinced more than ever his airport was tighter than Fort Knox. Being satisfied the countermeasures were in place, Neversleep treated himself to dinner, then went home to get some rest. A beautiful sunrise awoke Oliver


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The security gate and signage at Colorado’s Centennial Airport.

the next morning and, for the first time in a long time, he had managed a full night’s rest. Convinced the new security initiatives were adequate, he now could turn his attention

Glossary ATCT (Air Traffic Control Tower) CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives) CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) CHRC (Criminal History Records Check) CSR (Customer Service Representative) FBO (Fixed Base Operator) LEO (Law Enforcement Officer) NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) ROE (Rules of Engagement) TRACON (Terminal Radar Approach Control) 26

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to the other potential threats the airport faced. Shortly after lunch, however, Oliver’s pager and mobile phone went off simultaneously. The caller IDs were blocked, and he knew something was up. Just as his desktop phone began to ring, his secretary ran in to tell him there was an urgent call from the sheriff. The sheriff told Neversleep that the captain of a fractional aircraft had been found bound and gagged in his hotel room, and two men had stolen his uniform, credit cards, ID badge and flight bag. Deputies went to check on the first officer and found him incapacitated as well, and all his belongings were stolen. According to the flight attendant who alerted law enforcement, the crew was at least an hour late. “Have deputies meet me at the FBO,” Oliver told the sheriff, and he rushed out of his office. The CSR at the FBO desk told Neversleep that a captain had paid for fuel some 30 minutes ago, and the aircraft, a midsize jet, had taken off 20 min-

utes later. She thought the captain was a bit hurried but otherwise appeared very familiar with check-in procedures. She asked for his ID but did not get a good look at the picture as it looked like a typical DMV shot; besides, the captain knew the N-number and paid with a proper credit card belonging to the fractional company. It seemed quite normal. Shocked, Oliver immediately contacted the tower cab and asked if the aircraft in question filed a flight plan. ATCT said a flight plan was filed, and the aircraft was handed off to departure control according to normal procedure. Neversleep suggested they check with TRACON and give a headsup to the authorities at the same time of a possible hijacked aircraft. Some 15 minutes now had passed, and time was critical. NORAD/NorthComm immediately scrambled F-16s upon getting the alert and, with burners on, the Falcons soon caught up with the jet. By now, the hijackers had turned off the Mode-S transponder and, more ominously, refused to communicate


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with the F-16s after being intercepted. Following strict ROE and determining they were over uninhabited terrain, the F-16s were given shoot-down orders and fired off a single AIM-120 AMRAAM from a stand-off distance, averting a potential disaster. Back at the airport, Neversleep, having been briefed, could not believe this all started at his little airport. The adrenaline slowly subsiding, he concluded: (13) the airport cannot do it alone; (14) layered security is the name of the game; (15) asymmetric (non-pattern) behavior deters observation and learning; (16) there is no substitute for vetting the pilot and having proper credentials; and (17) do not wait to pass on critical information. As Oliver reclined deeper into his executive chair, the pressure of the day slowly ebbed from his system. Reflecting on the day’s events, Neversleep drifted ever so gently into another dream.

tion needed to be shared with airport management, he told the feds. Why do tenants such as flight schools have access but not the airport? What if the flight school operator was a bad apple without a pilot’s license and no CHRC? Neversleep wanted intel, and he would go through the

clearance process if necessary, but he could not be a valuable partner if he were on the outside of compartmentalization! How difficult could this be, he thought to himself? Next, Oliver went to his tenants and suggested that they repeatedly continued on page 44

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The Sixth and Final Dream: Neversleep sprang into action, remembering the 17 lessons but convinced that only layered security, with the aid of everyone involved, could prevent aviation from being used for nefarious purposes. First, he called the authorities and insisted they implement a stringent vetting process for pilots and allow them to be in charge of everything related to their aircraft, including security. Second, there needed to be a highquality ID system, as well as a biometric authentication and independent pass code to activate the aircraft engines. Oliver thought that if his laptop could have fingerprint authentication for a few hundred bucks, why not a multi-million dollar jet? This, Oliver explained, might require separating aircraft based on their kinetic and fuel-carrying capability; after all, only the larger aircraft were real threats. Third, sensitive security informaAirportMagazine.net | APRIL/MAY 2010

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GREEN BUILDINGS

Going

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(Above) Interior of the newly opened FBO building at Greenville-Spartanburg International and (left) exterior view.

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t is perhaps fitting that what is arguably one of the “greenest” airport buildings in the U.S. can be found just outside Greenville, S.C. Owned by the GreenvilleSpartanburg International Airport Commission and leased by Stevens Aviation, the new FBO building that opened in January 2010 at GreenvilleSpartanburg International sets the bar for energy-efficient, sustainable design at airport buildings nationwide. Designed by Reynolds, Smith & Hills Inc. (RS&H), the building combines innovative technologies with combinations of more conventional

conservation strategies to create a building that’s both earth-friendly and money-saving. In 1990, airport commission Chairman Roger Milliken, chair of textile manufacturer Milliken Industries, began taking a personal interest in environmental responsibility and made sure his company did, too. After the airport’s FBO building suffered substantial structural damage in a storm, Milliken wanted to take a proactive, environmentally friendly approach in replacing the facility. From the beginning of discussions on the design,

he made it clear that he wanted a building that was as environmentally friendly as possible. However, he also emphasized that the airport commission’s financial responsibility required that every single innovation had to be cost-justified. “Our commission chairman has some experience in sustainable building systems, and he wanted to make sure this building met that goal,” said airport Manager Larry Holcombe. “We had the designers explain each system, and then we had Jeff Ross-Bain, another sustainability consultant, come AirportMagazine.net | APRIL/MAY 2010

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in and give us a reality check on payback times and that sort of thing. It had to make economic sense to do it. And it did.” The building uses 30 percent less energy than a typical building of equal size. It uses 70 percent less potable water. More than 95 percent

of the waste generated during construction was recycled. The building itself contains 25 percent recycled material, including 100 percent recycled steel. All wood comes from 100 percent certified renewable forests. All interior furnishings were selected with low

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volatile organic compound emissions in mind. “To achieve this level of sustainability, we established performance goals for the project before beginning the design, and then monitored our progress to stay on track,” explained Steve Harrill, RS&H’s Building Service Group leader in the Southeast. “We identified substantial savings in operating costs, and that’s what made this project work.” In addition to being cheaper to operate, the building is better to work in due to its air quality and natural lighting. The air quality is maintained by a variable flow refrigerant system that monitors each room. When the room is empty, fresh air flow is at the minimum allowed by code. When the room is occupied, sensors detect carbon dioxide levels and temperature and route fresh air and air conditioning as needed. Each room has its own sensors. This technique has been used in Europe for several years, but is very new in the U.S. As an FBO, the building can expect inconsistent use of some areas, such as the pilot lounge and conference rooms This strategy allows the system to conserve energy when the rooms are unoccupied, but to provide a quality environment when they are in use. Natural lighting is maximized. In most rooms, translucent sun shades will descend automatically, if outside light is too bright. There is also a xeriscaped outside garden to improve aesthetic appeal. A xeriscaped garden reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental irrigation. Additional innovation is found in the restrooms. Water for toilet flushing comes from rainwater that is stored as it runs off the roof. All hot water comes from solar heat. The faucets and flush valves are automatic and photovoltaic, but they operate by ambient light and do not


Exterior view of the newly opened FBO building at Greenville-Spartanburg International

need batteries or any kind of outside electrical supply. Photovoltaic is a process that converts solar radiation into direct current electricity. At $1.25 million, the 4,964-square-foot building costs about 10 percent more than a conventional design would have. However, the increased energy efficiency alone will pay the increased capital cost in well under 10 years. Maintenance expenses are not expected to be higher than in a conventional building, with the exception of an increase in the number of HVAC system filters. Other intangibles also should come into play. The environment may lead to improved morale and reduced turnover. General aviation aircraft operators and passengers, as well as other customers of the FBO, are likely to respond favorably to the new facility, as will local customers of the FBO’s aircraft charter business. RS&H expects the building to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification from the U.S. Green

Building Council. However, the building would meet Platinum certification standards — the highest level — if urban amenities such as banks and restaurants were closer to the airport. As it is, the building loses a few points due to the airport’s suburban/exurban location. “RS&H has fully embraced the benefits of sustainable design on the environment, as well as on the bottom line of the owners and operators of

the buildings we design,” Harrill said. “Sustainability is a win-win approach to building design.” While airports are often held out as wasteful facilities by environmentalists, GreenvilleSpartanburg’s new FBO building proves that airports and the environment aren’t enemies at all. A Ken Ibold is a member of RS&H’s Aviation Program. He may be reached at ken.ibold@ rsandh.com

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AAAE DELIVERS FOR AIRPORT EXECUTIVES

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ALA Helps To Deliver Record Funding AAAE’s Airport Legislative Alliance (ALA) staff has more than a century of combined experience advocating in Washington, D.C., on behalf of airports nationwide and delivering results that benefit airports of all sizes. The ALA’s efforts helped to land a record $4.6 billion in AIP grants in 2009, including $1.1 billion in stimulus funding that helped to finance 360 projects at 306 airports across America. On the security front, the ALA team in 2009 continued to have success in pressing Congress to fund important airport priorities, including more than $2 billion overall to enhance checked baggage systems and upgrade screening checkpoints. AAAE and the ALA staff are hard at work in 2010 to help shape TSA funding priorities and plans to deploy full-body scanning equipment in airports.

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The ALA’s efforts to eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) penalty on airport bonds also paid significant dividends in 2009. The stimulus package provided temporary relief on the AMT penalty for both new bonds and certain bonds eligible for refinancing. In the 12 months following the stimulus package’s passage, airports issued almost $8 billion in bonds, and more than $5.6 billion of that amount benefited from the AMT provisions, saving airports more than $600 million, FAA estimated. As mid-2010 approached, one of the ALA’s

top priorities was working with Congress to make the AMT relief permanent for eligible airport bonds — a move that would save airports billions of dollars as they finance critical infrastructure projects needed to make the U.S. airport system safer and more efficient.

Regulatory Team Tracks Key Developments AAAE’s Regulatory Affairs team continues to track the regulatory landscape closely on behalf of airports, to alert members of key developments, and to work with regulators on issues that could impact the airport industry. In February 2010, AAAE’s Regulatory Affairs staff submitted comments on behalf of the membership in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to


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expand the lead air quality monitoring network. AAAE outlined several issues of concern with the proposed revisions and offered suggestions toward working with EPA to build a future that includes a more environmentally friendly alternative to leaded fuel at a rate that would not jeopardize fuel prices, unnecessarily increase costs, or sacrifice the safety of the general aviation industry. Later in February, the regulatory affairs team submitted comments to EPA addressing concerns regarding the cost and operational implications of a proposed revision to airport deicing runoff collection requirements. AAAE noted several areas of concern on behalf of airports nationwide and will continue

to work with EPA to create an environmentally beneficial and fiscally responsible rule. Further, AAAE’s Regulatory Affairs staff provides members with timely alerts on new rulemakings, regulatory guidance, and other developments as soon as they happen, as well as a weekly “Regulatory Roundup” summary of relevant events. The staff continues to represent airports on key federal task forces, such as the recently concluded Tarmac Delay Task Force, and to work on joint industry efforts, such as the Sustainable Airport Guidance Alliance and the Transportation Research Board’s Airport Cooperative Research Program, to advance airport interests.

AAAE, the largest provider of interactive airport training, continues to develop its suite of products and services with the goal of solving training challenges at airports large and small. AAAE’s on-site training continues to broaden its reach, satisfying customers in the U.S. and abroad. Recent international on-site training contracts include Abu Dhabi and West Africa. Meanwhile, the association’s computerbased training products are unrivaled. AAAE’s patented Interactive Employee Training (IET) is in use at 84 airports, while its ANTN Digicast Web-based training delivers on-demand courses to 205 airports, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. AAAE’s newest product, the eCISTM learning management system (LMS), designed specifically to satisfy airport training and recordkeeping requirements, has been purchased by several airports. AAAE can deliver computerbased training to airports through its variety of learning management delivery systems. An airport may choose a single LMS training product or a combination of AAAE products. Our customized computer-based training systems — IET and eCISTM — complement each other and deliver a common AirportMagazine.net | APRIL/MAY 2010

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database for the management of all employee records. The next step in development of AAAE’s customized training programs is more robust integration. The association is developing software that will allow its training products to connect with other airport systems such as ID badging, access control, clearinghouses and internal databases. By integrating employee training with other airport systems, necessary airport functions can be linked together, streamlining administrative efforts and saving airports money.

AAAE Meetings’ Expertise Tapped By USTDA, FAA AAAE’s meetings team has expanded its extensive industry offerings in recent months, hosting major events on behalf of government clients that include FAA and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). In April 2009, AAAE supported USTDA’s China-U.S. Aviation Symposium in Beijing, which drew more than 275 delegates, including senior government aviation officials from both countries. October 2009 brought the 6th Annual FAA International Safety Forum to Washington, D.C. AAAE has


managed the last two safety forums, working with FAA to assemble leading aviation safety officials from around the globe and create a forum for some 600 attendees. In December 2009, AAAE managed FAA’s first-ever International Runway Safety Summit in Washington, D.C. The meeting brought together experts from across the aviation spectrum to discuss one of the key issues facing the industry today. Also in December 2009, AAAE managed USTDA’s U.S.-India Aviation Summit in Washington, D.C. More than 250 senior-level aviation officials, including some 30 Indian government officials and 40 U.S. government officials, attended the event. The delegates discussed India’s booming civil aviation sector and explored ways that the U.S. and India can work together to enhance global aviation. In January 2010, AAAE facilitated the USTDA-led meeting, The Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocol: Americas Consultative Seminar, in Washington, D.C. The seminar gathered senior civil aviation government officials from several Latin American countries who discussed the benefits of the Cape Town Treaty ratification. AAAE supported FAA in March 2010 at the agency’s 35th Annual AAAE holds nearly 100 meetings annually.

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Forecast Conference. The event, which AAAE has been managing for the last five years, brings some 500 people to Washington, D.C., annually for two days of presentations and panel discussions. FAA, USTDA and others turn to AAAE to manage key events because the association has a proven track record developed during years of hosting meetings. AAAE holds nearly 100 meetings, training sessions and webinars each year on topics as varied as aviation security, legislative affairs, air service marketing, deicing, airport finance, airport engineering and construction and airport law. In 2009, more than 10,000

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industry executives attended AAAE events. Attendees surveyed consistently rated AAAE’s conference sessions as “outstanding,” underscoring the quality of information made available at the association’s events.

Student Chapters Promote Careers Since 1983, AAAE has supported student chapters to promote interest in airport management as a viable career option for full-time students pursuing an undergraduate aviation degree. Participation in a AAAE collegiate chapter can help to

set the tone for our academic members who will be the future leaders in the aviation industry. There are currently 15 active national student chapters of AAAE. Benefits of an active AAAE student chapter include a complimentary registration to the AAAE Annual Conference and Exposition for the faculty advisor and one student; four discount certificates to attend the conference, as well as the F. Russell Hoyt National Airports Conference or any of AAAE’s specialty conferences; and a special membership rate for the student chapter faculty advisor. AAAE also offers faculty and students access to many other resources for enhancing interest in and instruction about airport management career opportunities. These include access to industry mentors, AAAE’s Airport Magazine, a membership roster containing contact information for many of the nation’s airport leaders, and Airport Report Today newsletter. The university can have information regarding its activities published in the academic update/student chapter news column of Airport Report Today. Universities with a student chapter also can gain access, at a reduced rate, to


the Airport News and Training Network (ANTN Digicast), an online video streaming service that provides up-to-date news on contemporary aviation issues; and many pre-recorded training sessions in areas such as airport safety, security and development.

If your school or university currently does not support a student chapter, consider furthering your interests and those of your fellow students by forming a AAAE student chapter and taking advantage of multiple opportunities to network with professional members of the

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Newly Accredited Members Members Accredited between May 2009 and March 2010 (listed in descending order of earning accreditation) Judy Ross Jane Morris Richard Lanman John Panarello Theodore S Kitchens Richard Cloutier Patricia Apone Brigitte Goersch Steven Koester Phillip Brown Lawrence Krauter Marc Sethna Steven Petty Stacey Heaton Kevin Daugherty Pascal Cohen Kevin Bleach Elizabeth Smart H. Jason Terreri Scott Carr Ahmed Shihadeh

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On-airport training was provided at Kotoka International.

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AAE and its affiliate, the International Association of Airport Executives (IAAE), have expanded the reach of their training programs by developing under contract to FAA a series of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 14-compliant courses for personnel representing airports in West and Central Africa. The first course, which resulted in a 100 percent pass rate for AAAE/ 40

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IAAE’s International Airport Certified Employee-Operations/Management (IACE) designation, took place Nov. 15-21, 2009, in Accra, Ghana, with 50 candidates in attendance. The course attendees represented the following 20 countries: Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad, Comores, Republic of Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guinee, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone. Connie Wilson-Hunter, manager of

DOT’s Safe Skies for Africa Program, commented, “DOT/FAA, working in cooperation with the extensive technical and training resources of AAAE/IAAE, has opened a new opportunity to promote a strong global aviation safety culture by offering training to personnel at key airports in West Africa. “The combination of classroom, on-airport and ‘train the trainer’ instruction developed by AAAE/IAAE allows the benefits of this training to extend well beyond the number of personnel who actually attend the courses. Attendees at the AAAE/IAAE-led courses are able to return to their home countries with the information required to implement ICAO standards, an understanding of the importance of these standards and the ability to train their co-workers. Initiatives such as this one, which is part of DOT’s Safe Skies for Africa program, are a central part of the U.S. effort to assist ICAO in ensuring that the aviation community operates on uniform standards, thus improving safety for all of us.” The course developed by AAAE/


The AAAE/IAAE courses combined classroom work with on-airfield training.

IAAE and offered last November in Ghana primarily was taught by Seth Young, Ohio State University professor of Caption aviation. Co-instructors were AAAE Chair John Duval, A.A.E.; Michael O’Donnell, A.A.E., director of FAA’s Office of Airport Safety and Standards; and Rick Schoder, FAA Airport Certification Safety Inspector. Course topics included: ICAO Annex 14 Aerodrome Design and Operations; ICAO Annex 14 Standards; Airport Certification and Inspection; Safety Management Systems; Airfield Marking and Lighting; Wildlife Management; Runway Safety Action Teams; and Aircraft

Rescue and Fire Fighting. This certification course, including all written course materials, was presented in English, with French translation. The classroom portion of the weeklong course provided practical instruction each day on how to apply ICAO Annex 14 standards, including explanations on why the standards exist and what they are meant to accomplish, from both the airport and pilot points of view. Other course objectives were to assist airport staff in understanding the process of participating in commercial airline accident investigations; assist in the development of an Airport Certification Manual specific to each airport; and provide delegates with “train the trainer” materials to allow them to teach the

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course in their home countries. An important aspect of the course was the provision of daily on-airport training at Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport to allow students to experience the implications of the classroom instruction. At the conclusion of the course, AAAE/IAAE developed and will maintain a Web site for the delegates that includes course materials and the opportunity to pose follow-up questions. The next Safe Skies for Africa training course to be produced by AAAE/IAAE under the contract with FAA is scheduled for April 25-30, 2010, in Entebbe, Uganda. Mo Keane, FAA senior representative in Africa, stated that, “It was great to see the overwhelming enthusiasm with which the first course, held in Ghana, was received.

The participants were so engaged that we added a late-afternoon session to continue the conversations regarding problems and potential solutions at their respective airports. Since many of the participants only work at one airport, they commented that it was AAAE Chair John Duval, A.A.E., especially valuable to see (right) with FAA’s Mike O’Donnell and discuss other ways of operating an airport. We the Airports Authority of Jamaica, hope to add many more and numerous airports throughout visual displays at the next course, Canada successfully have used scheduled for Uganda in April, to AAAE/IAAE certification programs build upon the lessons learned in for their employees. In addition, Ghana.” more than 600 commercial service Several international governmental and general aviation airports in the entities such as South Korea’s U.S. have benefited from AAAE/ Incheon International Airport IAAE training programs. A Authority, Abu Dhabi Airports Co.,

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teach the simplest of security protocols; check those IDs and, if you cannot establish a positive ID, ask for a second ID. By the way, he exhorted, do not be lulled by likely stories; “trust but verify.” He repeated the 17 lessons as well. “Vary your routines,” he told them, “be vigilant,” make it your “new normal.” Then Neversleep called the fractionals and suggested the same. Yes, he understood hotel contracts were less expensive, but it also made them more vulnerable to observation, even if charters and fractionals were operationally more asymmetric than airlines. Oliver also recommended that they block their N-numbers from those Web sites that track airplanes. Simple stuff, Oliver thought again, how difficult can this be?

The authorities agreed and immediately began implementing the suggestions. Oliver in the meantime reviewed his own protocols again. Satisfied with the progress, Oliver went home. That night he heard the faint sounds of police sirens in the distance and in one of those “blink” moments, figured his phone would be ringing any second — sure enough! Dispatch advised him that a series of incidents was taking place simultaneously, and law enforcement was responding. The fence sensors and radar pods indicated unauthorized penetration of the airport perimeter. The FBO manager had called as well and asked for LEO back-up because a man in uniform could not properly identify himself, causing

the CSR to become nervous. Outside, line staff noticed a pilot frantically trying to start a mid-size jet to no avail, as he was unable to enter the proper code and fingerprint authentication to the initiate engine start sequence. Back in the office, after fielding a slew of media calls, Neversleep told his secretary he needed a break but, of course, she would not let him rest. ”Sir, sir, you have a meeting with the planning department regarding this housing project at the end of the runway, and you are running late,” she said. Duty called. A Robert Olislagers, A.A.E., is executive director of Colorado’s Centennial Airport and a member of AAAE’s Board of Directors. He may be reached at rolislagers@centennialairport.com

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Advertising AClear Channel Airports 4635 Crackersport Rd. Allentown, PA 18104 Toby Sturek President Phone: (877) 422-8326 Fax: (610) 395-4450 tobysturek@clearchannel.com See Ad on Page 34 Airport Angel Sponsor Booth Number: 128

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concessions program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

Air Cargo Handler/ Developer A Aeroterm US, Inc. 201 West St., Ste. 200 Annapolis, MD 21401 Louis Beauchemin COO Phone: (410) 280-1100 Fax: (410) 280-0100 lbeauchemin@aeroterm.com Booth Number: 405

A MCM Corporation 6201 SW 133rd Street 2nd Floor Miami, FL 33143 TG Mason Director of Operations Phone:(305) 541-0000 Fax: (305) 541-9771 tgmason@mcmcorp.com 48

We are a full service 26-year-old general contractor headquartered in Miami, Fla., but with offices in Texas, Panama and other parts of Florida. We offer expertise in all venues of airport construction and have worked with CM, CM at risk, design/build and lump sum delivery methods. We perform vertical and horizontal construction at multiple levels. Booth Number: 758

A Vaculex USA LLC 605 Philip Davis Drive Charlotte, NC 28217 John Gude Sales Director Phone: (972) 965-5422 Fax: (704) 519-4656 john.gude@vaculex.com Vaculex USA LLC has offices in Charlotte, N.C., and Dallas, Texas, and is the manufacturer of the airport BaggageLiftTM, which is designed to facilitate or replace manual lifting of luggage in TSA CBRA rooms and airline load/unload applications. This device is produced specifically to minimize job- related injuries and improve productivity of the worker. Booth Number: 538

Air Traffic Control Equipment A Sensis Corporation 85 Collamer Crossings East Syracuse, NY 13057 Dan London Director of Airport Automation Phone: (315) 445-0550 Fax: (315) 446-2209 info@sensis.com Sensis Corporation provides airport and airline surface management systems, surveillance and tower automation to customers worldwide. The company’s Aerobahn surface management system is the leading solution for airports, airlines and air navigation service providers to more efficiently and cost-effectively manage and measure airside operations. Airport Angel Sponsor Booth Number: 221

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600 Independence Ave. Washington, DC 20024 Liz Demcsak Phone: (908) 447-4163 ldemcsak@regulus-group.com Booth Number: 323

Midwest Air Traffic Control Service Inc. 7285 West 132nd St. Ste. 340 Overland Park, KS 66213 Shane L. Cordes President and CEO Phone: (913) 782-7082 Fax: (913) 897-9300 shaneLC@att.net

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A NATCA 1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20005 Kelly Richardson Outreach Analyst Phone: (202) 368-7990 Fax: (202) 628-5767 krichardson@natcadc.org Highly skilled, dedicated and fully committed to ensuring the safety of every flight, America’s air traffic controllers comprise a veteran, proud team that serves the public with perfection as its minimum acceptable level of performance. Today’s controllers are working harder than ever before; there are fewer of them due to retirement losses, yet traffic continues to grow and we will soon see more than 700 million passengers use the system annually. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 243

who provide aviation related services. While our core competency is operational air traffic control, we also provide airport ramp control; navigational aid and communication systems engineering, installation and maintenance; approach lighting engineering and installation; airspace systems design and analysis; aviation safety and information technology. Platinum Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 958

A Serco, Inc. 2650 Park Tower Dr. Ste. 800 Vienna, VA 22180 Steve Christmas Vice President, Aviation Phone: (843) 820-2400 Fax: (843) 820-2407 steve.christmas@serco-na.com Platinum Wings Sponsor

A Thales ATM, Inc. 23501 W. 84th St. Shawnee, KS 66227 Mark Boguski Director, Sales and Marketing Phone: (913) 422-2725 Fax: (913) 422-2917 mark.boguski@us.thalesatm.com Booth Number: 541

Aircraft Information/ Tracking A Harris Corporation 221 Jefferson Ridge Pkwy. Lynchburg, VA 24501 Katy Basten Marketing Manager Phone: (434) 455-9690 Fax: (434) 455-6780 katy.basten@harris.com Booth Number: 952

A Robinson Aviation (RVA), Inc. 9998 Wakeman Drive Ste. 106 Manassas, VA 20110 John D. Hunter Director, Business Development Phone: (703) 366-3138 Fax: (703) 369-2185 john.hunter@rvainc.net

A PASSUR Aerospace One Landmark Square Ste. 1900 Stamford, CT 06901 Anne Ruth VP Marketing and New Product Development Phone:(203)622-4086 Fax:(203)629-2970 rondunsky@passur.com

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predictive analytics and dashboard solutions built on proprietary algorithms, and on the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases. PASSUR serves dozens of airlines (including six of the top seven North American airlines), more than 50 airport customers (including 10 of the top 15 North American airports), and more than 200 corporate aviation customers. Booth Number: 200

A Safegate Airport Systems, Inc. 7101 Northland Circle Ste. 203 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 Thomas Duffy President Phone: (763) 535-9299 Fax: (763) 535-2307 thomas.duffy@safegate.com Safegate Group’s ramp management solution featuring the Safedock visual docking guidance system provides increased safety, efficiency and environmental benefits to airports around the world. Safedock’s automated guidance directs pilots to precisely self-park an aircraft even during IROPS. Booth Number: 304

SRA International, Inc.

4300 Fair Lakes Court Fairfax, VA 22033 Vincent Corbisiero Sales Manager, Airport Operations Solutions Phone: (407) 366-1422 Fax: (703) 637-7245 vincent_corbisiero@sra.com SRA is a leading solutions provider in areas such as air surveillance and air traffic management; airport operations management; cyber security; disaster response planning; enterprise resource planning; environmental strategies; IT systems, infrastructure and managed services; logistics; public health preparedness; public safety; strategic management consulting; systems engineering; and wireless integration. Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 228

Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Equipment/Services

Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF) Working Group, Inc. P.O. Box 1539 Grapevine, TX 76051 Barbara Haas Executive Administrator Phone: (817) 409-1100 Fax: (817) 230-4707 info@arffwg.org

ARFF Working Group, a non-profit membership organization established for information exchange between airport firefighters and other aviation fire safety and protection related organizations. Our Mission: To promote the science & improve the methods of aviation fire protection and prevention. Booth Number: 114

A Crash Rescue Equipment

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3912 W. Illinois Ave. Dallas, TX 75211 Robin T. Brown Marketing Manager Phone: (469) 484-4404 Fax: (469) 484-4371 rbrown@crashrescue.com

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Oshkosh Corporation

2307 Oregon Street Oshkosh, WI 54903 Gary Kogut Regional Sales Manager - East Phone: (920) 235-9151 Fax: (920) 233-9670 gkogut@oshkoshcorp.com Oshkosh Corporation is a leading manufacturer and marketer of access equipment, specialty vehicles and truck bodies for the primary markets of defense, concrete placement, refuse hauling, access equipment and fire add emergency. See Ad on Page 5 Booth Number: 665

A Rosenbauer America 5181 260th St. P.O. Box 549 Wyoming, MN 55092 Paul Powell Sales Manager Phone: (651) 788-6745 Fax: (651) 408-1304 ppowell@rosenbaueramerica.com Booth Number: 740

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Crash Rescue Equipment Service, Inc. is the Texas-based manufacturer of specialized firefighting apparatus, including the versatile and fast responding SNOZZLETM, a 50 foot or 65 foot arm with single or dual nozzles, optional piercing nozzle, FLIR camera, LED lights, lifting point, and midship mounted for municipal applications. Booth Number: 639

A Safegate Airport Systems, Inc. 7101 Northland Circle Ste. 203 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 Thomas Duffy President Phone: (763) 535-9299 Fax: (763) 535-2307 thomas.duffy@safegate.com

A E-One 1601 SW 37th Ave. Ocala, FL 34474 RJ Jones ARFF Sales Manager Phone: (352) 237-1122 Fax: (352) 237-1151 info@e-one.com

Safegate Group’s ramp management solution featuring the Safedock visual docking guidance system provides increased safety, efficiency and environmental benefits to airports around the world. Safedock’s automated guidance directs pilots to precisely self-park an aircraft even during IROPS. Integration to other gate systems provides airports with greater control of ramp activity. Booth Number: 304

As the leading manufacturer of mission critical vehicles used to protect people and property throughout the world E-One continues to develop better solutions to meet the needs of firefighters. Offering the most extensive line of emergency response vehicles, E-One provides ap50

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2129 W. Morgan Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53221 Todd Rushing Regional Sales Manager Phone: (804) 512-2206 Fax: (804) 275-6999 trushing@sherwinindustries.com Sherwin Industries, Inc., a family owned company, has been in business since 1938, offering a wide variety of airport products to meet the demands of many customers, such as Rrnway closure markers, low profile barricades, friction measuring equipment, wildlife safety equipment, solar lighting, and FOD Sweepers. Booth Number: 130

Airfield Marking and Striping A Flint Trading, Inc. 115 Todd Court Thomasville, NC 27360 Chris Brooks Vice President Specialized Markets Phone: (336) 475-6600 Fax: (336) 475-7900 sales@flinttrading.com Achieve maximum value and optimal performance with AirMark® durable pavement markings. Flint Trading, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer and distributor of durable, preformed, thermoplastic pavement markings, provides a sensible solution that complements pavement marking programs with the airfield product, AirMark®. Following extensive FAA testing and applications in seven of nine FAA regions, AirMark® is now included in the AC 150/5370-10E. Booth Number: 120

A Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 18249 Hi-Lite Drive P.O. Box 460 Adams Center, NY 13606 Brian Becker Technical Director Phone: (315) 523-1707 Fax: (315) 583-5807 Brian@hi-lite.com Hi-Lite Markings is the leading airport pavement marking, rubber removal and maintenance contractor in North America. For over 20 years, Hi-Lite has been offering cost-effective solutions for infrastructure maintenance, rejuvenation


and preservation. We strive to maintain our position as the company of choice by investing in technology, equipment and people. See at on Page ?? Booth Number: 112

A Interstate Road Management 322 Rocky Road Hazleton, PA 18201 Jim Cannon General Manager Phone: (800) 228-8858 Fax: (570) 455-3306 jcannon@dbiservices.com iRM’s knowledgeable workforce is trained and certified to handle all of your airport marking needs. Utilizing specialized equipment to install your markings, including Holding position markings, taxiway markings and runway markings, iRM is committed to performing work exceeding Federal Aviation Administration standards. Booth Number: 215

Airfield Specialty Surfaces A Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 18249 Hi-Lite Drive P.O. Box 460 Adams Center, NY 13606 Brian Becker Technical Director Phone: (315) 523-1707 Fax: (315) 583-5807 Brian@hi-lite.com Hi-Lite Markings is the leading airport pavement marking, rubber removal and maintenance contractor in North America. For over 20 years, Hi-Lite has been offering cost-effective solutions for infrastructure maintenance, rejuvenation, and preservation. We strive to maintain our position as the company of choice by investing in technology, equipment and people. Booth Number: 112

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A COBUS Industries LP 40 Robinwood Road Trumbull, CT 06611 Erwin Zimmermann Vice President Phone: (207) 483-2595 Fax: (203) 375-0168 erwin@cobus.us

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COBUS Industries offers the COBUS 3000, a purpose designed airfield bus to transport large groups of passengers between airport terminals and aircraft parked off-gate on hardstands. The COBUS 3000 is extremely economical and environmentally friendly since it uses only 1.3 U.S. gallons per hour while transporting up to 100 passengers at a time.

Airport Plazas, LLC (www.airportplazas. com) purchases, designs, constructs and operates “Airport Plazas” throughout the country within airport grounds to service the needs of airport users. Our sites offer gas, CNG, biodiesel, convenience store, light auto repair, towing, car wash, food court and off-site dry cleaning. Booth Number: 843

COBUS also offers the Mobile Screening Unit, which provides airports and other agencies to perform screening of anyone, anywhere at any time. Call COBUS at (203)380-9575 or (207)483-2595 for further information. Booth Number: 445

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Airlines A PASSUR Aerospace One Landmark Square Ste. 1900 Stamford, CT 06901 Anne Ruth VP Marketing and New Product Development Phone: (203) 622-4086 Fax: (203) 629-2970 rondunsky@passur.com PASSUR Aerospace, Inc. is a business intelligence company that provides predictive analytics and dashboard solutions built on proprietary algorithms, and on the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases. PASSUR serves dozens of airlines (including six of the top seven North American airlines), more than 50 airport customers (including 10 of the top 15 North American airports), and more than 200 corporate aviation customers. Booth Number: 200

366 N. Broadway, Ste. 206 Jericho, NY 11753 Brian Noble VP Marketing and Public Relations Phone: (631) 645-3135 Fax: (800) 716-6253 brian@nobleconsult.com

7600 Colshire Dr., Ste. 240 McLean, VA 22102 John Harden President and COO Phone: (201) 288-5218, Ext. 112 Fax: (201) 288-5143 jharden@avports.com SILVER WINGS SPONSOR

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P.O. Box 619428 DFW Airport, TX 75261 Paula Jordan, A.A.E. Manager, Properties Phone: (972) 973-4632 Fax: (972) 973-4631 pajordan@dfwairport.com With nonstop service to more than 170 destinations worldwide, DFW opens up a world of opportunity for travelers. If connecting through DFW, customers can use Skylink, the airport’s free, bi-directional, high-speed train which links all five of DFW’s terminals and boasts average ride times of less than five minutes. Diamond Sponsor/ Conference Host Booth Number: 250

8 Airport Rd. Morristown, NJ 07960 Robert L. Bogan, A.A.E. Deputy Executive Director Phone: (973) 538-6400 Fax: (973) 538-6947 bobb@mmuair.com Bronze Wings Sponsor

FAA Office of Runway Safety 490 L’Enfant Plaza SW Washington, DC 20024 Joe Ponte Communications Phone: (202) 385-4789 Fax: (202) 385-4772 joe.ponte@faa.gov

As part of FAA’s Air Traffic Organization’s Office of Safety, the FAA Runway Safety Program coordinates the agency’s efforts to reduce the frequency and severity of runway incursions by working with airports throughout the country on outreach and training, technology, geometry and layout and optimal sign marking and lighting systems. Booth Number: 321

A FabriTec Structures 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 Michele Estrella FabriTec Sales Administration Phone: (714) 241-5515 Fax: (714) 427-6983 mestrella@usa-shade.com FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. Booth Number: 775

GeoEye

21700 Atlantic Blvd. Dulles, VA 20166 Dejan Damjanovic Director Airport GIS Phone: (303) 254-2323 Fax: (303) 254-2314 damjanovic.dejan@geoeye.com GeoEye’s imagery products and services enable timely, accurate, and accessible location intelligence. The company is

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recognized as one of the geospatial industry’s most trusted imagery experts. Using .50- and 1-meter color stereo satellite images, GeoEye has built the world’s largest library of 3D airport mapping databases (AMDB). Booth Number: 451

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

1255 S. Loop Rd. College Park, GA 30337 Becky Francosky Phone: (404) 309-4928 Fax: (404) 305-7930 rebecca.francosky@atlanta-airport. com Booth Number: 760

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 Airport SMS programs, including policy, risk, assurance, and promotion. See Ad on Page 27

A PASSUR Aerospace One Landmark Square Ste. 1900 Stamford, CT 06901 Anne Ruth VP Marketing and New Product Development Phone: (203) 622-4086 Fax: (203) 629-2970 rondunsky@passur.com PASSUR Aerospace, Inc. is a business intelligence company that provides predictive analytics and dashboard solutions built on proprietary algorithms, and on the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases. Booth Number: 200

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A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com

A Clean Energy 3020 Old Ranch Parkway, Ste. 400 Seal Beach, CA 90740 Daniel Huberty Vice President Phone: (281) 359-2141 Fax: (562) 493-4532 dhuberty@cleanenergyfuels.com

A CDM 8805 Governor’s Hill Drive Ste. 260 Cincinnati, OH 45249 Shannetta Griffin Principal Phone: (513) 583-9800 Fax: (513) 583-0090 GriffinSR@cdm.com

Ricondo & Associates, Inc. is a full service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

Clean Energy (Nasdaq: CLNE) is North America’s leader in clean transportation. It has a broad customer base in the refuse, transit, shuttle, taxi, ports, intrastate and interstate trucking, airport and municipal fleet markets, fueling more than 17,000 vehicles daily at 193 strategic locations across the U.S. and Canada. Booth Number: 418

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Architects/Engineers/ Planners

CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to aviation clients worldwide. Our extensive experience — from planning and design to environmental and information technology services — along with a knowledge of airport operations, results in practical, cost-effective and innovative solutions and programs. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 11 Booth Number: 738

A Architectural Alliance 400 Clifton Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403 Eric Peterson, AIA, LEED AP Principal/Architect Phone: (612) 874-4102 Fax: (612) 871-7212 epeterson@archalliance.com

A Delta Airport Consultants, Inc. 9711 Farrar Court, Ste. 100 Richmond, VA 23236 Courtney A. Beamon, P.E. Director of Marketing Phone: (804) 275-8301 Fax: (804) 275-8371 cbeamon@deltaairport.com

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138-9840 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

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Airport Plazas, LLC

366 N. Broadway, Ste. 206 Jericho, NY 11753 Brian Noble VP Marketing and Public Relations Phone: (631) 645-3135 Fax: (800) 716-6253 brian@nobleconsult.com Airport Plazas, LLC (www.airportplazas. com) purchases, designs, constructs and operates “Airport Plazas” throughout the country within airport grounds to service the needs of airport users. Our sites offer gas, CNG, biodiesel, convenience store, light auto repair, towing, car wash, food court and off-site dry cleaning. Booth Number: 843

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Architectural Alliance has provided solutions for clients at more than 51 airports and is comprised of planners, architects, and interior designers with extensive experience in all aspects of aviation planning and architecture. Booth Number: 205

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airort Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

Delta provides specialized airport planning, design and construction administration services to commercial service and general aviation airports. Projects include master plans, environmental assessments, new terminals, airside pavements, airfield lighting, access roads, parking lots and other airport improvements. See Ad on Page 35

A FabriTec Structures 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 Michele Estrella FabriTec Sales Administration Phone: (714) 241-5515 Fax: (714) 427-6983 mestrella@usa-shade.com FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. Booth Number: 775


A Gresham, Smith and Partners 2811 McKinney Avenue Ste. 300 Dallas, TX 75204 Roddy Boggus Executive V.P., Aviation Phone: (214) 366-6555 Fax: (866) 462-6178 roddy_boggus@gspnet.com

A Huitt-Zollars, Inc. 3131 McKinney Ave. Ste. 600 Dallas, TX 75204 George V. Marks, PE Senior Vice President Phone: (214) 871-3311 Fax: (214) 871-0757 marks@huitt-zollars.com

Gresham, Smith and Partners, an awardwinning full-service architectural/engineering firm, has provided comprehensive design and planning to more than 35 of the top 100 U.S. airports. Our aviation professionals assist airports with meeting the needs of today while maintaining flexibility for the future. Silver Wings Sponsor

Huitt-Zollars is a full-service architectural and engineering firm with 15 offices in six states. The design of airport and aviation related facilities is one of our many specialties. Booth Number: 504

A HDR 8404 Indian Hills Dr. Omaha, NE 68124 Eric Keen National Director, Transportation Phone: (402) 399-1079 Fax: (402) 399-1394 Eric.Keen@hdrinc.com HDR provides professional AEC solutions for airport facilities — from general aviation to international. Our expertise in public-private partnerships, economics and finance, program management and design-build delivers more ways to help you make the most of your budget. See Ad on Page 30

A HNTB 715 Kirk Dr. Kansas City, MO 64105 Laurie K. Cullen, A.A.E. Aviation Market Sector Leader Phone: (617) 532-2342 Fax: (617) 428-6905 lcullen@hntb.com HNTB Corporation is an employee-owned infrastructure firm serving federal, state, municipal, military and private clients. With nearly a century of service, HNTB has the insight to understand the life cycle of infrastructure and the perspective to solve the most complex technical, financial and operational challenges. For information, visit www.hntb.com. Gold Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 19

A Kimley-Horn and Associates P.O. Box 33068 Raleigh, NC 27636-3068 Loy Warren National Aviation Leader Phone: (214) 420-5609 Fax: (214) 420-5680 loy.warren@kimley-horn.com Primary services: planning, engineering, and design for airside, landside, terminal systems. Typical projects: runway reconstructions, master planning, transportation/mobility design, environmental assessment, parking and security systems. See Ad on Page 35

A Leo A Daly 10 Tenth St. NE, Ste. 200 Atlanta, GA 30309 Keith G. Mawson Vice President, Corporate Director of Aviation Programs Phone: (404) 874-8333 Fax: (404) 874-8330 kgmawson@leoadaly.com Silver Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 640

A Mead & Hunt, Inc. 6501 Watts Road Madison, WI 53719 Andrew J. Platz, PE Group Leader of Aviation Services, Vice President Phone: (608) 273-6380 Fax: (608) 273-6391 andy.platz@meadhunt.com Mead & Hunt provides full-service aviation consulting services, including air service development, engineering, architecture, planning and environmental services. We have specialized in airport development for 70 years and employ

more than 400 engineers, architects, scientists, planners, and support staff in offices nationwide. Learn more at meadhunt.com. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 41 Booth Number: 637

A Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Airside Business Park 100 Airside Drive Moon Township/Pittsburgh, PA 15108 George M. Perinis, R.A. Sr. VP and Aviation Services Manager Phone: (412) 269-6322 Fax: (412) 375-3990 GPerinis@mbakercorp.com Michael Baker Jr., Inc. is a full-service architectural and engineering firm with over 65 years of aviation experience. Technical expertise includes airfield planning and design, terminal design, landside access and parking, program and construction management, environmental studies and GIS. Baker is headquartered near Pittsburgh and has offices in over 50 US cities. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 47 Booth Number: 312

A NATCA 1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20005 Kelly Richardson Outreach Analyst Phone: (202) 368-7990 Fax: (202) 628-5767 krichardson@natcadc.org Highly skilled, dedicated and fully committed to ensuring the safety of every flight, America’s air traffic controllers comprise a veteran, proud team that serves the public with perfection as its minimum acceptable level of performance. Today’s controllers are working harder than ever before; there are fewer of them due to retirement losses, yet traffic continues to grow, and we will soon see more than 700 million passengers use the system annually. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 243

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

A Ross & Baruzzini, Inc. 6 South Old Orchard Saint Louis, MO 63119 Allan Shapiro VP, Director of Transportation Phone: (914) 645-9105 Fax: (314) 918-1766 ashapiro@rossbar.com Ross & Baruzzini is a nationally recognized professional engineering and consulting firm that specializes in planning/design of advanced technology and security solutions to airports worldwide. Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 145

A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

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A The Louis Berger Group, Inc. 20 Corporate Woods Boulevard Albany, NY 12211 Steven Baldwin Senior Vice President Phone: (518) 432-9545 Fax: (518) 432-9571 sbaldwin@louisberger.com The Louis Berger Group, Inc. is a worldwide as a leader in the aviation consulting field with a reputation for providing the highest quality of technical services available. Founded in 1953, Berger has grown into one of the largest consulting organizations in the world. Booth Number: 206

TranSystems

180 Grand Avenue Ste. 400 Oakland, CA 94612 Steve Stretchberry Aviation Market Sector Leader Phone: (510) 271-8542 Fax: (510) 835-9839 slstretchberry@transystems.com TranSystems is a leading pioneer of the aviation market and specializes in delivering integrated solutions to the airport and aviation community. With more than 40 offices nationwide, we provide airport planning and design services; interior design services; air service consulting; simulation/modeling; and security services. Booth Number: 642

A URS Corporation 7650 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa, FL 33607 Laddie E. Irion Vice President/Director, Air Transportation Phone: (813) 636-2425 Fax: (813) 636-2400 laddie_irion@urscorp.com

Associations

AAAE

601 Madison St. Ste. 400 Alexandria, VA 22314 Charles Barclay President Phone: (703) 824-0504 Fax: (703) 820-1395 charles.barclay@aaae.org Founded in 1928, AAAE (www.aaae. org) is the world’s largest professional organization representing the men and women who work at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. AAAE’s 5,000-plus members represent some 850 airports and hundreds of companies and organizations that support the airport industry. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., AAAE serves its membership through results-oriented representation in Washington, D.C., and delivers a wide range of industry services and professional development opportunities, including training, conferences, and a highly respected accreditation program. See Ad on Page 12, 44 Booth Number: 249

ACI-NA

Founded in 1978, the Airport Consultants Council (ACC) is the international trade association that represents the unique interests of consultant firms and related businesses that provide airport development and operations expertise. ACC helps its member firms stay ahead in this dynamic industry by bringing experts together. For more information, visit www. ACConline.org. Booth Number: 641

Flight Safety Foundation

601 Madison St., Ste 300 Alexandria, VA 22314 Susan Lausch Director, Business Development Phone: (703) 739-6700 Fax: (703) 739-6708 slausch@flightsafety.org Booth Number: 655

a voice for all professionals participating in this vital industry segment. Booth Number: 658

Northeast Chapter AAAE

Bradley International Airport & Connecticut DOT 2800 Berlin Turnpike Newington, CT 06111 c/o Stephen Korta, A.A.E. President Phone: (973) 728-9048 Fax: (973) 728-6760 ewr103@optonline.net Airport Angel Sponsor Booth Number: 119

Northwest Chapter AAAE

Denver International Airport 8500 Pena Blvd. Denver, CO 80249 John S. Kinney, C.M. President Phone: (541) 883-5372 Fax: (541) 883-5376 ltepper@flykfalls.com Airport Angel Sponsor

South Central Chapter AAAE

P.O. Box 841187 Pearland, TX 77584 Jeff Bilyeu, A.A.E. Executive Director Phone: (713) 822-1936es-scc@ earthlink.net

1775 K St. NW Ste. 500 Washington, DC 20006 Amy Peters VP, Business Development and Member Services Phone: (202) 293-8500 Fax: (202) 466-5555 apeters@aci-na.org

Great Lakes Chapter AAAE

Airports Council International - North America represents local, regional and state governing bodies that own and operate airports throughout the U.S. and Canada, plus aviation-related businesses. Booth Number: 653

International Association of Baggage Southeast Chapter AAAE 8712 Caspiana Lane System Companies (IABSC) North Charleston, SC 29420

URS is a global consulting firm with more than 65 years experience at 400+ airports and military facilities. Experts in master/terminal planning, environmental assessment, architecture, airfield/ landside civil design, security systems, program/construction management, and operations/maintenance, URSÆ projects for airports, tenants, airlines, the TSA, and the FAA span general aviation to international hub airports. Gold Wings Sponsor 54

A Airport Consultants Council 908 King Street Ste. 100 Alexandria, VA 22314 Paula P. Hochstetler President Phone: (703) 683-5900 Fax: (703) 683-2564 PaulaP@ACConline.org

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P.O. Box 541209 Lake Worth, FL 33454 Shawn Schroeder, A.A.E. President Phone: (561) 439-6160 Fax: (561) 439-6161 glc-aaae-ofc@att.net Angel Wings Sponsor

820 S. MacArthur Blvd. Ste. 105-412 Coppell, TX 75019 Bruce McMickle President Phone: (214) 662-0097 Fax: (972) 389-6256 bmcmickle@iabsc.org

The IABSC is a non-profit organization committed to improving the airport/ airline industry in areas associated with baggage handling systems. The IABSC provides a mechanism for better communications between the airlines, airports, consultants and suppliers and serves as

Regional chapter of AAAE representing the states of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Central America. Airport Angel Sponsor Booth Number: 858

Bill Marrison, A.A.E. President Phone: (843) 425-3878 Fax: (843) 225-1799 secaaae@aol.com Airport Angel Sponsor

Southwest Chapter AAAE 107 S. Southgate Drive Chandler, AZ 85226 Todd McNamee, A.A.E. President Phone:(480) 403-4604 Fax:(480) 893-7775 info@swaaae.org

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Auxiliary Power Units A Hobart Ground Power 1177 Trade Road East Troy, OH 45373 Alberto Rocha National Sales Manager Phone: (937) 332-5580 Fax: (937) 332-5799 hgpsales@itwgsegroup.com Hobart Ground Power provides 400 Hz AC and 28.5V DC ground power equipment for the commercial market, including airports and airlines; available in both solid state and engine drive versions. Booth Number: 512

Baggage Handling Equipment A Atrax Group NZ Ltd 390A Church St. Penrose Auckland, New Zealand 1061 Ian Walton Vice President Phone: +64 9 634 5337 Fax: +64 9 634 5339 i.walton@atraxgroup.com ATRAX Group NZ Ltd is the world leader in the design, manufacture, integration and support of a full range of industrial weighing, measurement and control systems, for the airport and aogistics industries. Our range includes, but is not limited to, baggage, passengers, cargo, express courier, mail, and other material handling processes. Booth Number: 236

Beumer Corporation

191 Chambers Brook Rd. Branchburg, NJ 08876 Michelle Stahl Marketing Events Coordinator Phone: (732) 560-8222 Fax: (732) 563-0905 michelle.stahl@beumer.com Booth Number: 844

A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net Operation and maintenence of airport assets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor

A Datalogic Automation 3000 Earhart Court Hebron, KY 41048 Pierre Corso Key Account Manager Phone: (904) 543-7618 Fax: (904) 543-7619 pierre.corso@datalogic.com A worldwide leader in the auto identification industry. Datalogic Automation provides a wide range of solutions including scanner, imager, RFID and sensor product lines. Booth Number: 127

A Five Star Airport Alliance 1625 W. Crosby Road, #100 Carrollton, TX 75006 Jay Bouton Corporate Sales Manager Phone: (719) 429-1669 Fax: (719) 276-1773 jay.bouton@fivestaraa.com The Five Star Airport Alliance (FSAA) is the largest privately held turnkey airport baggage handling systems (BHS) and terminal services provider in the United States. The Five Star Airport Alliance Companies include: G&T Conveyor Company, The Horsley Company, Elite Line Services (ELS), Ameribridge, Star Systems and ScanWorks. Booth Number: 660

A G & S Airport Conveyor 50 Slater Road Strathmore, AB T1P 1J3 Canada James Goertz President Phone: (403) 230-1140 Fax: (403) 293-9774 jim.goertz@gsairportconveyor.com G&S Airport is a fully integrated, original

equipment manufacturer (OEM) providing airport baggage handling solutions specifically oriented to the commercial airline industry. The company has been involved in the design, manufacturing, installation and maintenance of baggage handling solutions since 1982. Booth Number: 669

A Glidepath 878 Greenview Drive Grand Prairie, TX 75050 David Mead Marketing Executive Phone: (972) 641-4200 Fax: (972) 352-2731 david.mead@glidepathgroup.com Glidepath is an international supplier of turnkey baggage handling systems and cargo solutions throughout the world. Glidepath has completed more than 550 projects in 60 countries, including numerous TSA and CATSA certified systems. Equipment specifially designed for the U.S. and Canadaian markets is manufacture at our facility in Dallas, Texas. Booth Number: 638

A Globe Composite Solutions, Ltd. 254 Beech St. Rockland, MA 02370 Lisa Carson Inside Sales Phone: (781) 681-6838 Fax: (781) 871-6631 lcarson@globecomposite.com Globe Composite Solutions provides a variety of replacement parts for passenger and baggage handling systems using use cost-effective, lightweight composite materials to lower energy costs, reduce maintenance intervals and extend product life. Booth Number: 533

A Jervis B. Webb Company 34375 W. 12 Mile Rd. Farmington Hills, MI 48331 Ken Hamel Vice President of Webb Airport Systems Phone: (248) 553-1257 Fax: (248) 553-1238 khamel@jerviswebb.com Webb Airport Systems has a reputation for providing the most durable and reliable baggage handling systems, in-line EDS conveyors and advanced controls in the industry. Whether you’re building a new terminal or need help updating an existing one, Webb Airport Systems has

the experts to get the job done without costly interruptions. Booth Number: 651

A Logan Teleflex, Inc. 4620-C Proximity Drive Louisville, KY 40213 Gary Downs Vice President of Sales and Marketing Phone: (502) 964-4929 Ext. 228 Fax: (502) 964-1018 gary.downs@loganteleflex.com Logan Teleflex is an industry leader in providing world class technology for baggage handling conveyor systems and equipment of the highest quality including high-level sortation systems throughout the World for over 50 years. Booth Number: 545

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A Vaculex USA LLC 605 Philip Davis Drive Charlotte, NC 28217 John Gude Sales Director Phone: (972) 965-5422 Fax: (704) 519-4656 john.gude@vaculex.com Vaculex USA LLC has offices in Charlotte, N.C. and Dallas, Texas, and is the manufacturer of the airport BaggageLift™ that is designed to facilitate or replace manual lifting of luggage in TSA CBRA rooms and airline load/unload applications. This device is produced specifically to minimize job related injuries and improve productivity of the worker. Booth Number: 538

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Banking and Investment

Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC 10. S. LaSalle St. Ste. 1050 Chicago, IL 60603 Brian King Managing Director Phone: (312) 931-6640 Fax: (312) 236-8936 bking@cabreracapital.com

Public finance investment banking. Cabrera Capital Markets specilaizes in the underwriting of infrastructure bonds. Working with airport executives, our banking team will structure bond issues that maximize project funds, subject to revenue constraints. Additionally, our bond salesmen will strive to procure the lowest cost of funds for our airport clients. Gold Wings Sponsor

Car Rentals

C.J.Hood Company, Inc/Greyhawk Technologies 2424 East 38th St. P.O. Box 610126, DFW Arport Dallas, TX 75261 John Mauro Vice President Phone: (817) 371-6787 Fax: (972) 456-8453 john.j.mauro@gte.net

GPS tracking and dispatching system for rental car shuttle buses. The integation of in-vehicle cutting edge AVL technology, real-time wireless communication, audio and video “welcome” and bus stop announcements and changeable message signs displaying next bus arrival times provide a reliable system to manage rental car shuttle bus fleets, automatically. Booth Number: 657

A Enterprise Holdings

Operating: Alamo, Enterprise, National Car Rental

600 Corporate Park Drive St. Louis, MO 63105 Sean R. Fitzgerald Vice President- Airport Properties and Relations Phone: (314) 512-3537 Fax: (314) 512-5189 Sean.R.Fitzgerald@ehi.com

comprehensive car rental company, Enterprise Holdings operates a fleet of 1.1 million vehicles and a network of more than 7,600 car rental locations in neighborhoods and at airports worldwide under the Alamo Rent A Car, Enterprise Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands. Booth Number: 441

Communications A Alcatel-Lucent 3400 W. Plano Pkwy. Plano, TX 75075 Harlow Hagee Marketing Director Phone: (972) 477-9192 Fax: (972) 519-4545 kathy.placke@alcatel-lucent.com Alcatel-Lucent offers a comprehensive portfolio of market-driven solutions for transportation networks that are reliable, secure, and flexible. A leader in fixed, mobile and converged broadband networking, IP technologies, applications and services, Alcatel-Lucent leverages the unrivalled technical and scientific expertise of Bell Labs, one of the largest innovation powerhouses in the communications industry. Booth Number: 428

Concessions, Food A HMSHost Corporation 6905 Rockledge Drive Bethesda, MD 20817 Pat Banducci Senior Vice President Phone: (240) 694-4163 Fax: (240) 694-4631 pat.banducci@hmshost.com HMSHost is a world leader in creating shopping and dining for travel venues. HMSHost operates in more than 100 airports around the globe, including the 20 busiest airports in North America. See Ad on Page 3

A Nexcen Brands 1346 Oak Brook Dr., Ste. 170 Norcross, GA 30093 Sarah Berluche Phone: (770) 514-4839 Fax: (305) 256-2878 sberluche@nexcenfm.com Booth Number: 115

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PACIUGO GELATO & CAFFE 1215 Viceroy Dr. Dallas, TX 75247-3908 Ugo Ginatta President and CEO Phone: (214) 502-5883 Fax: (214) 654-9509 ugo@paciugo.com

Paciugo Gelato is made with whole milk making it 70percent less fat than premium ice cream. Made by hand in the store every day, Paciugo is crafted from recipes passed down through multiple generations. Paciugo was founded by Ugo, Cristiana and Vincent Ginatta. Booth Number: 256

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

A SUBWAY 325 Bic Drive Milford, CT 06461 Janet Bencivenga Manager Global Account Services Phone: (203) 877-4281, Ext. 1351 Fax: (203) 783-7351 bencivenga_j@subway.com SUBWAY Restaurants offers great portable food, variety of menu items, convenience for staff and passengers, and simple operations and flexibility. Our benefits include international brand recognition, a network of franchisees, portability, a made-to-order quality product, and safety and HACCP procedures. Booth Number: 422

Concessions, Gifts A HMSHost Corporation 6905 Rockledge Drive Bethesda, MD 20817 Pat Banducci Senior Vice President Phone: (240) 694-4163 Fax: (240) 694-4631 pat.banducci@hmshost.com HMSHost is a world leader in creating shopping and dining for travel venues. HMSHost operates in more than 100 airports around the globe, including the 20 busiest airports in North America. See Ad on Page 3

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

Concessions, Newsstands A HMSHost Corporation 6905 Rockledge Drive Bethesda, MD 20817 Pat Banducci Senior Vice President Phone: (240) 694-4163 Fax: (240) 694-4631 pat.banducci@hmshost.com HMSHost is a world leader in creating shopping and dining for travel venues. HMSHost operates in more than 100 airports around the globe, including the 20 busiest airports in North America. See Ad on Page 3


A Hudson Group One Meadowlands Plaza East Rutherford, NJ 07073 Michael R. Mullaney EVP, Corporate Strategy and Development Phone: (201) 939-5050 Fax: (201) 528-2591 mmullaney@hudsongroup.com Hudson Group was founded in 1987 by the company’s first President and CEO, Mario DiDomizio as an offshoot of book, magazine and newspaper wholesaler Hudson News Company. Its goal was and is to fulfill the concession needs of the travel industry, i.e., airports and transportation terminals. Hudson created and operated state-of-the-art newsstands (including the national newsstand brand Hudson News), bookstores (including Hudson Booksellers), cafes (including the Euro Cafe brand), along with a wide array of specialty retail concepts (both licensed and proprietary) in major airports and terminals throughout the U.S. and Canada. Platinum Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 301

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

A The Paradies Shops 5950 Fulton Industrial Blvd., SW Atlanta, GA 30336 The Paradies Shops Corporate Office Phone: (404) 344-7905 Fax: (404) 249-3226 jill.nidiffer@theparadiesshops.com The Paradies Shops, celebrating 50 years in airport retail and voted Best Airport

Retailer by Airport Revenue News, for 15 consecutive years, operates more than 500 stores in over 70 airports and hotels across the US and Canada. Stores include original, one-of-a-kind brands, as well as national brands such as Brooks Brothers, Brighton Collectibles, CNBC News and LACOSTE. Silver Wings Sponsor

USA TODAY

7950 Jones Branch Drive McLean, VA 22108 Diane Barrett Vice President of Circulation Sales Phone: (703) 854-6328 Fax: (703) 854-2098 dbarrett@usatoday.com Provides distribution of USA TODAY the nation’s newspaper, and ancillary publications to retail outlets in airports throughout the USA. In addition, USA TODAY works closely with food and beverage locations in these same airports to generate additional revenue for the retailer, the airport authority, while focusing on improving customer service. Booth Number: 442

Concessions, Specialty A HMSHost Corporation 6905 Rockledge Drive Bethesda, MD 20817 Pat Banducci Senior Vice President Phone: (240) 694-4163 Fax: (240) 694-4631 pat.banducci@hmshost.com HMSHost is a world leader in creating shopping and dining for travel venues. HMSHost operates in more than 100 airports around the globe, including the 20 busiest airports in North America. See Ad on Page 3

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition

the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

XpresSpa

150 East 58th Street 7th Floor New York, NY 10155 Moreton Binn Chairman/CEO Phone: (212) 750-9595 Fax: (212) 750-0835 binn@expresspa.com GOLD WINGS SPONSOR

Construction A MCM Corporation 6201 SW 133rd Street 2nd Floor Miami, FL 33143 TG Mason Director of Operations Phone: (305) 541-0000 Fax: (305) 541-9771 tgmason@mcmcorp.com We are a full-service 26-year-old general contractor headquartered in Miami, Fla, with offices in Texas, Panama and other parts of Florida. We offer expertise in all venues of airport construction and have worked with CM, CM at risk, design/build and lump sum delivery methods. We perform vertical and horizontal construction at multiple levels. Booth Number: 758

Construction Management A Argus Consulting, Inc. 1300 NW Jefferson Court Ste. 100 Blue Springs, MO 64015 Jon E. Currier Vice President Phone: (816) 874-8211 Fax: (816) 228-7535 jcurrier@argusconsulting.com Argus Consulting Inc. is an engineering firm specialized in the programming, planning, design and construction follow-on of aircraft fuel storage facilities, hydrant fueling systems, 400 Hz, preconditioned air, deicing system and

environmental services. See Ad on Page 34 Booth Number: 424

A Austin Commercial 3535 Travis Street, Ste. 300 Dallas, TX 75204 Michael D. Scott Vice President Phone: (214) 443-5705 Fax: (214) 443-5790 mscott@austin-ind.com Austin Commercial has been involved in the specialized construction of aviation environments for more than three decades, advancing our techniques for construction with the evolving requirements of the airline industry. Our successful experience at some of the nationÆs largest and busiest airports provides us with an unparalleled expertise in aviation construction. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 327

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

A CDM 8805 Governor’s Hill Drive Ste. 260 Cincinnati, OH 45249 Shannetta Griffin Principal Phone: (513) 583-9800 Fax: (513) 583-0090 GriffinSR@cdm.com CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to aviation clients worldwide. Our extensive experience— from planning and design to environmental and information technology services—along with a knowledge of airport operations, results in practical, cost-effective and innovative solutions and programs. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 11 Booth Number: 738

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A Turner Construction Company 343 Sansome St., Ste. 500 San Francisco, CA 94104 Jayne M. O’Donnell VP and General Manager, Aviation Phone: (415) 705-7900 Fax: (415) 705-7949 jodonnell@tcco.com Booth Number: 204

Consultants

AECOM

2202 N. Westshore Blvd. Ste. 455 Tampa, FL 33607 Loren Smith President Phone: (813) 675-2100 Fax: (813) 675-2150 loren.smith@aecom.com AECOM is a global provider of technical and management services with a dedicated aviation practice. With 45,000 staff, AECOM provides global reach, local knowledge, innovation, and technical excellence to deliver solutions that enhance and sustain the world’s built, natural, and social environments. A Fortune 500 Company, AECOM serves clients in 100+ countries. Diamond Sponsor Booth Number: 436

A Airport Business Solutions/

ABS Aviation

13529 Prestige Place Ste. 108 Tampa, FL 33635 Michael A. Hodges, MAI President/CEO Phone: (813) 269-2525 Fax: (813) 269-8022 mhodges@airportbusiness.net Airport Business Solutions is a diverse international consulting organization that focuses on the business aspect of airports and aviation businesses. Our team of experts come from a variety of aviation and non-aviation backgrounds that provide our clients with a unique

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outside-the-box perspective on various issues facing airports and aviation businesses. Bronze Wings Sponsor

A C&S Companies 499 Col. Eileen Collins Blvd. Syracuse, NY 13212 Michael D. Hotaling Vice President Phone: (619) 296-9373 Fax: (619) 296-5683 mhotaling@cscos.com More than 450 team members provide airport PLANNING, architectural/engineering design, noiseE mitigation, and construction services. Clients of C&S benefit from the vertical integration of professional services, construction, design/build and operations expertise on one team. Offices in Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Orlando, San Diego and Syracuse. Bronze Wings Sponsor

A CDM 8805 Governor’s Hill Drive Ste. 260 Cincinnati, OH 45249 Shannetta Griffin Principal Phone: (513) 583-9800 Fax: (513) 583-0090 GriffinSR@cdm.com CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to aviation clients worldwide. Our extensive experience— from planning and design to environmental and information technology services—along with a knowledge of airport operations, results in practical, cost-effective and innovative solutions and programs. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 11 Booth Number: 738

Global International Communications 340 Ranchette Rd. Alpharetta, GA 30004 Christopher Gowin Marketing Director Phone: (770) 298-9946 chris.gowin@yahoo.com Booth Number: 419

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A Jacobs Consultancy 555 Airport Boulevard, Ste. 300 Burlingame, CA 94010 Mark E. Lunsford Managing Director Phone: (650) 579-7722 Fax: (650) 343-5220 inquiry@jacobs-consultancy.com

A PBS&J 482 S. Keller Road Orlando, FL 32810 Carlos Maeda Vice President Phone: (407) 806-4101 Fax: (407) 740-8710 cemaeda@pbsj.com

For more than 60 years, Jacobs Consultancy’s Aviation Management Consulting division has helped our clients achieve their vision and goals. As the challenges facing our clients have changed and grown, so have our services in the following areas: environmental and sustainability, finance and business, planning and development, safety and security, cargo development and airline industry. Silver Wings Sponsor

PBS&J National Aviation Service’s experience in planning, design, and construction services to the aviation industry spans more than 50 years. Specializing in full-service consulting for airport airside, landside, and facility development, we have worked at 33 of the nation’s top 50 airports. We are ranked 8th in Airports by Engineering News-Record. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 42 Booth Number: 220

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conducts analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27

A Parsons Brinckerhoff 1401 K Street, NW, Ste. 701 Washington, DC 20005 Brad Mims Vice President Phone: (202) 783-0241 Fax: (202) 783-0229 mims@pbworld.com Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) provides planning, design, construction management and program management for airports. Founded in 1885, PB draws on the multidisciplinary skills of 14,000 professionals to serve owners and operators of airports worldwide. The firm’s aviation services include planning, environmental studies, design, program management, construction management, airport access, transit/ multimodal studies, and financial and economic analysis. Gold Wings Sponsor

A Prime Engineering, Inc. 1888 Emery Street, NW Ste. 300 Atlanta, GA 30318 Quintin Watkins Aviation Manager Phone: (404) 425-7100 Fax: (404) 425-7101 qwatkins@prime-eng.com Prime Engineering, Inc. is one of the top planning, design and construction providers for airfield and airport facilities. Prime partners with airports on airfield, terminal and landside projects for private and military clients. Booth Number: 757

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (703) 519-2181 Fax: (703) 519-2184 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37


A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental, and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com 9 of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCoreÆs AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

A Unison Consulting, Inc. 409 W. Huron St., Ste. 400 Chicago, IL 60654 Yovette Drake President Phone: (312) 988-3360 Fax: (312) 988-3370 yovettedrake@unison-ucg.com

firm. Since 1989, the firm has provided aviation consulting services to over 100 airports, governmental entities and aviation authorities within the United States, Canada, South America and the Caribbean. Unison’s consultants are experts in economics, finance, retail concessions, airport planning, information technology, and airport management. Bronze Wings Sponsor

Design/Build - Systems EngineeringConstruction Management

A Vic Thompson Company 2738 SE Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX 76140 Robin Baughman President Phone: (817) 293-7600 Fax: (817) 293-8856 rbaughman@victhompson.com Vic Thompson Company provides professional engineering and management services to the transportation industry. Bringing together traditional design/ build and security systems integration expertise, Vic Thompson Company offers a depth and range of services for the design, construction, integration and commissioning of security screening systems and transportation facilities. Diamond Sponsor

A W. D. Schock Company, Inc. 1420 Donelson Pike, #A-18 Nashvlle, TN 37217 Michael Rowland Director of Marketing and Business Development Phone: (615) 399-0585 Fax: (615) 366-1184 mrowland@wdschockco.com W.D. Schock Company, Inc. (Schock) is an aviation management consulting firm that specializes in providing turn-key services for land acquisition, relocation assistance and noise mitigation. In 2009, Schock expanded its services by offering Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development and airport mapping services. Booth Number: 747

A Walker Parking Consultants 6602 East 75th Street, Ste. 210 Indianapolis, IN 46250 Tom Butcher Director, Aviation Services Phone: (317) 842-6890 Fax: (317) 577-6500 tom.butcher@walkerparking.com Walker Parking Consultants serves the world’s airports in all aspects of parking planning, design and restoration. Over 85 airports have benefited from Walker’s depth and breadth of experience with this critical link in passenger service. From initial feasibility to ribbon cutting, Walker is the leader in parking. Booth Number: 500

Custom Design A FabriTec Structures 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 Michele Estrella FabriTec Sales Administration Phone: (714) 241-5515 Fax: (714) 427-6983 mestrella@usa-shade.com

Deicing A Kilfrost Incorporated 6250 Coral Ridge Dr., Ste. 130 Coral Springs, FL 33076 David Schueler Vice President of Commercial, The Americas Phone: (954) 282-5050 Fax: (954) 228-5049 david.schueler@kilfrost.com Kilfrost is the global leader of deicing, anti-icing and in-flight ice protection fluids for the aviation, industrial and transportation industries. For more than 75 years, the company pioneered Types I, II, IV & runway deicing & anti-icing technology. Kilfrost introduced the world’s first renewable and sustainable Type I and IV Bio-PDO products offering significant environmental benefits. Call 1-877-U-KILFROST (1-877-854-5376) E-mail: usa.sales@kilfrost.com, www. kilfrost.com Booth Number: 234

Display Systems A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc.

FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. Booth Number: 775

(AirIT)

A Logical Decisions Inc. 2020 North Sherwood Forest Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70815 Patricia Krake Sales Phone: (800) 676-5537 Fax: (225) 274-1194 patty@ldi.com

Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The company’s airport operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

Logical Decisions Inc has been in the perimeter security business for 30 years and can offer a large variety of designs. We also have a full-crash gate program, with a K-12/ M50 rated swing gate currently used by airports. We supply autocad shop drawing and are here to supply parts long after the installation. Booth Number: 550

5950 Hazeltine National Drive Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com

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A Com-Net Software 3728 Benner Rd Miamisburg, OH 45342 Mark Schindler VP Sales/Marketing Phone: (937) 859-6323 Fax: (937) 859-7511 mschindler@comnetsoftware.com Com-Net Software is a leading provider of audio-visual customer communication systems for the transportation industry. A division of Signature Technologies, Inc., Com-Net is a market leader in providing sophisticated turnkey solutions that include hardware, software, installation, maintenance and support throughout North America. Booth Number: 229

A Infax, Inc. 4250 River Green Parkway Ste. D Duluth, GA 30096 Cindy Dwyer Transportation Sales Manager Phone: (678) 533-4017 Fax: (770) 209-0671 cdwyer@infax.com Infax enters its 40th year as a leader in electronic information display, wayfinding, communication and airport management products. Utilizing the latest in computer display, software and LCD/LED technologies, Infax systems are used in hundreds of airports, mass transit facilities, courthouses, hospitals and office complexes world-wide. Booth Number: 531

Parabit Systems Inc.

35 Debevoise Ave. Roosevelt, NY 11575 Bob Hricisak Sales Phone: (516) 378-4800 Fax: (516) 378-2055 sales@parabit.com Parabit is a provider of Kiosks, digital signage, ATM access control systems, surveillance and telecommunications equipment, displays and enclosures as well as integration, installation, remote and on-site services. See Ad on Page 31

Doors and Door Controls A Rytec High Performance Doors One Cedar Parkway Jackson, WI 53037 Shannon Wolford Marketing Phone: (262) 677-9046 Fax: (262) 677-6516 swolford@rytecdoors.com Rytec Corporation is the nation’s leading manufacturer of high-performance doors for industrial, commercial, pharmaceutical and cold-storage environments. Whether they’re rolling, folding, sliding or swinging doors, high-performance doors are our only business. Booth Number: 505

Educational Institutions

Educational Services

Texas Auto Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority Dallas Police Dept., Caruth Police Institute 1400 S. Lamar Street Dallas, TX 75215 Katheryn Fredericks Specialist Phone: (214) 671-3739 Fax: (214) 565-0046 katheryn.fredericks@unt.edu

Texas ABTPA is a state-wide grant that provides financial support to 28 task forces in Texas to help decrease auto thefts and burglaries. For more information, please call 1-800-CAR-WATCH. Booth Number: 741

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Services (Daytona Beach, Fla.) College of Business A Argus Consulting, Inc. 600 Clyde Morris Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Dr. Blaise Waguespack MBA Program Coordinator Phone: (386) 226-7235 Fax: (386) 323-8865 waguespb@erau.edu Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University teaches the management and opertions of airports. If one has an interest in the world of airports, airlines or aerospace, ERAU is recognized as a world leader. The College of Business offers the MBA in an online, technology mediated format for working professionals looking for career and personal growth opportunities. Booth Number: 514

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Prescott, Ariz.) 3700 Willow Creek Road Prescott, AZ 86301 Meather Marriott Staff Database Analyst Phone: (928) 777-3960 Fax: (928) 777-6945 marric72@erau.edu

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ (Prescott) is an exhibitor at this Conference and Exhibition to emphasize the the importance of timely and accurate wildlife/bird strike

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reporting to FAA’s National Wildlife Strike Database: http://wildlife.faa.gov. Booth Number: 857

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1300 NW Jefferson Court Ste. 100 Blue Springs, MO 64015 Jon E. Currier Vice President Phone: (816) 874-8211 Fax: (816) 228-7535 jcurrier@argusconsulting.com

Argus Consulting Inc. is an engineering firm specialized in the programming, planning, design and construction follow-on of aircraft fuel storage facilities, hydrant fueling systems, 400 Hz, preconditioned air, deicing system and environmental services. See Ad on Page 34 Booth Number: 424

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

A CDM 8805 Governor’s Hill Drive Ste. 260 Cincinnati, OH 45249 Shannetta Griffin Principal Phone: (513) 583-9800 Fax: (513) 583-0090 GriffinSR@cdm.com CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to aviation clients worldwide. Our extensive experience— from planning and design to environmental and information technology services-along with a knowledge of airport operations, results in practical, cost—effective and innovative solutions and programs. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 11 Booth Number: 738

A Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc. 2750 W. Washington Springfield, IL 62702 Michael Doerfler Senior Vice President Phone: (217) 787-8050 Fax: (217) 787-4182 mdoerfler@cmtengr.com Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc has provided planning, design and construction services to our clients in both the public and private sectors for over 60 years. CMT Inc is a full service engineering firm with four business units serving aviation, highways and bridges, water and wastewater and land development clients. Silver Wings Sponsor

A Jviation, Inc. 900 S. Broadway Ste. 350 Denver, CO 80209 Jim Fluhr Principal Phone: (303) 524-3030 Fax: (303) 524-3031 jim.fluhr@jviation.com Jviation, Inc. is a planning, design and construction administration firm that focuses solely on aviation-related projects. We provide our airport clients, from GA to commercial service facilities, with comprehensive consulting services in order to best serve the airport’s unique needs. Responsive, flexible, personal service is our commitment. Booth Number: 429


A KBR 4100 Clinton Dr. Houston, TX 77020 Caroline McCorvey Marketing Phone: (713) 753-3204 Fax: (713) 753-2792 caroline.mccorvey@kbr.com

mental, and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

KBR is a leader of fast-track design and program management for airport clients worldwide. We have earned a global reputation for successfully delivering complex, multi-firm, airport expansion programs under accelerated schedules. We are committed to providing the integrated solutions our clients expect from an industry leader. Platinum Wings Sponsor

200 West Madison St. Ste. 3850 Chicago, IL 60606 Robert Barker Vice President, Transporation Market Phone: (312) 994-9940 Fax: (312) 994-9941 rbarker@sebesta.com

A NATCA 1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20005 Kelly Richardson Outreach Analyst Phone: (202) 368-7990 Fax: (202) 628-5767 krichardson@natcadc.org Highly skilled, dedicated and fully committed to ensuring the safety of every flight, America’s air traffic controllers comprise a veteran, proud team that serves the public with perfection as its minimum acceptable level of performance. Today’s controllers are working harder than ever before; there are fewer of them due to retirement losses, yet traffic continues to grow, and we will soon see more than 700 million passengers use the system annually. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 243

A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environ-

Sebesta Blomberg

Sebesta Blomberg provides a full range of engineering services to the transportation industry throughout the United States. Our expertise working within complex structures has made us one of the nation’s leaders in providing on-call support programs across entire operational infrastructures. Booth Number: 743

A TKDA 444 Cedar Street Ste. 1500 Saint Paul, MN 55101 John Ahern Vice President, Aviation Services Phone: (651) 292-4441 Fax: (651) 292-0083 john.ahern@tkda.com TKDA is a 100 percent employee-owned engineering, architecture and planning firm headquartered in the Twin Cities, with offices also in Irvine, Calif., Tampa, Fla., Chicago, Ill. and Kansas City, Kans. Ranked among the ENR’s Top 500 Design Firms, Booth Number: 318

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identify-

ing new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

Walter P. Moore

1301 McKinney Ste. 1100 Houston, TX 77010 Blair Hanuschak Director of Aviation Products Phone: (202) 481-7685 Fax: (202) 481-7690 bhanuschak@walterpmoore Some of the world’s largest airports feature Walter P. Moore’s terminals, parking structures and rental car facilities. Our innovative engineering solutions help clients turn their ideas into structures that work. See Ad on Page 27

Environmental Compliance A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

Environmental Services A Argus Consulting, Inc. 1300 NW Jefferson Court Ste. 100 Blue Springs, MO 64015 Jon E. Currier Vice President Phone: (816) 874-8211 Fax: (816) 228-7535 jcurrier@argusconsulting.com Argus Consulting Inc. is an engineering firm specialized in the programming, planning, design and construction follow-on of aircraft fuel storage facilities, hydrant fueling systems, 400 Hz, preconditioned air, deicing system and environmental services. Argus provides professional engineering services for both commercial and military aviation projects. See Ad on Page 34 Booth Number: 424

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

A CDM 8805 Governor’s Hill Drive Ste. 260 Cincinnati, OH 45249 Shannetta Griffin Principal Phone: (513) 583-9800 Fax: (513) 583-0090 GriffinSR@cdm.com CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to aviation clients worldwide. Our extensive experience— from planning and design to environmental and information technology services-along with a knowledge of airport operations, results in practical, cost—effective and innovative solutions and programs. Silver Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 11 Booth Number: 738

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A Environmental Resource

Solutions, Inc.

planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

We offer a full range of natural resource environmental consulting services, including wildlife hazard assessments, wildlife hazard management plans, wetland delineation, permitting and aviation environmental planning. Booth Number: 124

A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com

1597 The Greens Way Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 Kim M. Allerton President Phone: (904) 838-1097 Fax: (904) 285-1929 kallerton@ersenvironmental.com

A Kimley-Horn and Associates P.O. Box 33068 Raleigh, NC 27636-3068 Loy Warren National Aviation Leader Phone: (214) 420-5609 Fax: (214) 420-5680 loy.warren@kimley-horn.com Primary services: planning, engineering, and design for airside, landside, terminal systems. Typical projects: runway reconstructions, master planning, transportation/mobility design, environmental assessment, parking and security systems. See Ad on Page 35

A Lochard Corporation 1050 Fulton Ave., Ste. 213 Sacramento, CA 95825 Bobbi Gallagher Office Manager Phone: (916) 265-7701 Fax: (916) 265-7719 bobbi.gallagher@lochard.com Booth Number: 753

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com

Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning, and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental, and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

Facility Maintenance Equipment and Services

ABM Industries

Operation and maintenence of airport assets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor

A GCA Services Group 1350 Euclid Avenue, Ste. 1500 Cleveland, OH 44115 Neil Guliano VP of Marketing and Business Development Phone: (216) 535-4905 Fax: (216) 583-0481 nguliano@gcaservices.com GCA Services Group is a leading national provider of quality facility services, including janitorial/custodial services, facilities maintenance, and more. We hold numberous Fortune 100 companies as our clients, and maintain an exceptional client retention rate of 94percent. Our more than 20,000 employees service more than 500 million square feet of space every day. Booth Number: 131

1775 The Exchange SE Ste. 600 Atlanta, GA 30339 Randy Abril Regional Vice President Phone: (949) 585-5941 Fax: (949) 585-5994 randy.abril@abm.com

A Impact Recovery Systems, Inc. 4955 Stout Dr. San Antonio, TX 78219 Tracy Wencka Marketing Director Phone: (210) 736-4477 Fax: (210) 734-6448 twencka@impactrecovery.com

ABM Industries Incorporated is the leading provider of facility services in the United States. ABM provides janitorial, facility, engineering, parking and security services for thousands of commercial, industrial, institutional and retail facilities across the United States, Puerto Rico and British Columbia, Canada. Booth Number: 319

Manufactures flexible traffic devices including The Omni-Ped Sign which is the first pedestrian safety sign to convey information to motorists and pedestrians both. Patented spring assures sign returns to its original position if impacted. Side messaging panels are customizable. Solar option available. Parking lot signage, tubular markers, traffic channelizing curbing and more! Booth Number: 254

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A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net

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A ISS Facility Services, Inc. 2000 Clay Street Ste. 100 Denver, CO 80211 Robert Pulley Director of Operations, Aviation Division Phone: (303) 698-4800 Fax: (720) 889-9493 Robert.Pulley@us.issworld.com ISS Facility Services, Aviation Division provides a multitude of aviation services around the U.S. and around the world. In the United States, ISS Facility Services also offers janitorial, landscape, mechanical, and security services for commercial office buildings, schools and universities, medical facilities, retail, stadium and convention centers. Booth Number: 508

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

Twist Inc

P.O.Box 177 47 S. Limestone Street Jamestown, OH 45335 Don Maynard Project Manager Phone: (937) 675-9581 Fax: (937) 675-6781 dmaynard@twistinc.com Manufacturer of the Boom Air Hose Management System, hoses and accessories, custom and intergrated kiosk systems. Booth Number: 107


A UGL Unicco 275 Grove Street, Ste. 3-200 Newton, MA 02466 Steve Malcolmson Director of Business Development Phone: (416) 369-0137 Fax: (416) 369-9156 smalcolmson@ugl-unicco.com UGL Unicco offers facilities maintenance, operations, cleaning, energy and administrative/office services, as well as plant services in support of industrial operations. The company counts one quarter of the Fortune 100 companies among its portfolio of North American customers and maintains an industry-leading 95 percent customer retention rate. Booth Number: 413

Facility Management A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net Operation and maintenence of airport assets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor

A Honeywell International 2 Corporate Center Dr. Melville, NY 11747 Marie Plet Event Coordinator Phone: (516) 577-2828 Fax: (516) 577-3546 marie.plet@honeywell.com A world leader in life safety, security, building management and runway lighting, Honeywell airside and landside solutions are deployed in more than 500 airports worldwide. Booth Number: 212

A The Gordian Group 140 Bridges Rd. Ste. E Mauldin, SC 29662 Marty Hanahan Business Development Director Phone: (864) 467-9333 Fax: (864) 233-9100 m.hanahan@gordian-group.com The Gordian Group stands alone as the only full service job order contracting firm of its kind that can provide single point responsibility for all of the products and services necessary for a successful job order contracting program. Booth Number: 540

Fencing A Blast Deflectors, Inc. 8620 Technology Way Reno, NV 89521 Don Bergin Director of Technical Sales Phone: (775) 856-1928 Fax: (775) 856-1686 dbergin@bdi.aero BDI designs, manufactures and installs jet blast deflectors and ground runup enclosures for airports and military facilities worldwide. Our products are designed to improve AOA safety, maximize available space and minimize aircraft runup noise. More than 50 years of experience is your assurance of quality, low-maintenance, long service life deflectors and GREs. Airport Angel Booth Number: 739

Financial/Business Management A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc.

(AirIT)

5950 Hazeltine National Drive Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The company’s airport

operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full-service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

Fire Detection/Control Systems A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

Fixed Base Operators A Signature Flight Support 201 South Orange Ave. Ste. 1000-S Orlando, FL 32801 Patrick Sniffen VP Marketing Phone: (407) 206-5212 Fax: (407) 206-8428 patrick.sniffen@signatureflight.com Signature Flight Support Corporation, a BBA Aviation plc company, is the world’s largest fixed-base operation (FBO) and distribution network for business aviation services. Signature currently operates at more than 100 locations globally. For more information, please visit www. signatureflight.com. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 409

Flight and Baggage Information Display A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc.

(AirIT)

5950 Hazeltine National Dr. Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The company’s airport operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

A Infax, Inc. 4250 River Green Parkway Ste. D Duluth, GA 30096 Cindy Dwyer Transportation Sales Manager Phone: (678) 533-4017 Fax: (770) 209-0671 cdwyer@infax.com Infax enters its 40th year as a leader in electronic information display, wayfind-

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ing, communication and airport management products. Utilizing the latest in computer display, software and LCD/LED technologies, Infax systems are used in hundreds of airports, mass transit facilities, courthouses, hospitals and office complexes world-wide. Booth Number: 531

A Innovative Electronic

Designs LLC

9701 Taylorsville Rd. Louisville, KY 40299 Steve Youngson Director of Sales and Marketing Phone: (502) 267-7436 Fax: (502) 267-9070 syoungson@iedaudio.com IED is the leader in audio and visual communications for transportation facilities. We offer fully integrated audio and visual paging and messaging solutions for passenger communications, mass notification, FIDS, BIDS, and GIDS to meet your airport needs. These systems, running on 100 percent standard Ethernet, have proven to provide clear and precise communications for 90 percent of the largest airports in the U.S. and many more around the world. Booth Number: 516

Lucasey Manufacturing

2744 E 11th Street Oakland, CA 94601 Ed O’Neill President Phone: (510) 534-1435 Fax: (510) 436-6435 Ed@Lucasey.com American manufacturer of mounting systems for digital sinage, Flight and baggage information and inspection tables. Custom work. Booth Number: 841

Floor Covering A Milliken Carpets 201 Lukken Industrial Drive, West P.O. Box 2956 LaGrange, GA 30240 Ed Biggs Sr. Market Manager - Aviation Phone: (706) 880-5711 Fax: (866) 349-0292 ed.biggs@milliken.com

and styles, Milliken Carpet is installed in some of the world’s busiest airports. Custom designs and colors are available to meet the most demanding challenges from architects, designers and airport managers. Booth Number: 652

A Tandus Flooring 311 Smith Industrial Blvd. Dalton, GA 30720 John Sumlin Vice President of Education and Government Sales Phone: (800) 241-4902 Fax: (706) 259-2192 jsumlin@tandus.com Tandus Flooring creates solutions with its three individual brands—Monterey, C&A and Crossley. Tandus Flooring offers its customers single source innovative product design, technology, comprehensive services and environmental leadership. Based in Dalton, Ga., Tandus Flooring can be found online at www.tandus.com Booth Number: 314

Friction Measurement Services A Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 18249 Hi-Lite Drive P.O. Box 460 Adams Center, NY 13606 Brian Becker Technical Director Phone: (315) 523-1707 Fax: (315) 583-5807 Brian@hi-lite.com Hi-Lite Markings is the leading airport pavement marking, rubber removal and maintenance contractor in North America. For over 20 years Hi-Lite has been offering cost effective solutions for infrastructure maintenance, rejuvenation, and preservation. Booth Number: 112

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Fuel Storage Tanks/ Related Systems A Argus Consulting, Inc. 1300 NW Jefferson Court Ste. 100 Blue Springs, MO 64015 Jon E. Currier Vice President Phone: (816) 874-8211 Fax: (816) 228-7535 jcurrier@argusconsulting.com Argus Consulting Inc. is an engineering firm specialized in the programming, planning, design and construction follow-on of aircraft fuel storage facilities, hydrant fueling systems, 400 Hz, preconditioned air, deicing system and environmental services. Argus provides professional engineering services for both commercial and military aviation projects. See Ad on Page 34 Booth Number: 424

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

Furniture, Terminal A Airport Seating Alliance 813 Ridge Lake Blvd., Ste. 401 Memphis, TN 38120 Frank D. Garavelli President Phone: (901) 685-8263 Fax: (901) 683-6745 sales@airportseatingalliance.com Booth Number: 343

A ARCONAS 5700 Keaton Crescent Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3H5 Canada Lynn Gordon VP Airport Solutions Phone: (905) 272-0727 Fax: (905) 897-7470 airport@arconas.com Arconas - Airport Seating Solutions,

provides modular seating for airport hold rooms and waiting areas. Arconas seating is installed at more than 100 airports around the globe, such as Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson, Boston Logan, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi (UAE) and JFK New York. Booth Number: 313 See Ad on Page 43

Zoeftig Inc

8770 West Bryn Mawr Ave, Ste. 1300 Chicago, IL 60631 Ben Cowen International Sales Manager Phone: (773) 867-8560 Fax: (773) 867-2910 sales@zoeftig.com Zoeftig has been a market-leading international supplier of contract furniture for over 40 years, with major installations of its products on all continents. We are design-led, market-driven manufacturers of public seating, with a strong emphasis on the passenger terminal market and public waiting areas. Booth Number: 455

Ground Support Equipment

Cavotec Dabico US Inc.

2995 Airway Avenue Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Sterling Adams Regional Manager Phone: (714) 651-3184 Fax: (714) 545-7676 sterling.adams@cavotec.com Cavotec entered the burgeoning market for specialized ground support equipment and airport security systems in 1968, and has grown ever since. Focusing on safety, reliability, innovation and above all, tailoring our solutions to specific challenges faced by airport operators, Cavotec has become a global leader with industry operators. Booth Number: 544

Hobart Ground Power

1177 Trade Road East Troy, Ohio 45373 Alberto Rocha National Sales Manager Phone: (937) 332-5580 Fax: (937) 332-5799 hgpsales@itwgsegroup.com Hobart Ground Power provides 400 Hz AC


and 28.5V DC ground power equipment for the commercial market including airports and airlines. Available in both solid state and engine drive versions Booth Number: 512

A INET Airport Systems, Inc. 4111 N. Palm St. Fullerton, CA 92835 Amber Henderson Executive Assistant Phone: (714) 888-2700 Fax: (714) 888-2727 tara@inetas.com Booth Number: 202

A J&B Aviation Services 907 Cotting Lane, Ste. A Vacaville, CA 95688 Brian Piety Global Sales Manager Phone: (707) 469-2600 Fax: (707) 469-2620 bpiety@jandbaviation.com J&B Aviation Services, Inc.- is a multifaceted organization providing 400 Hz power distribution, preconditioned air, potable water, lavatory service, air start, baggage lifts, baggage chutes and aircraft parking systems to the aviation market place. Its principals have more than 100 years of experience providing quality, reliable products to the aviation industry and are recognized for their level of expertise. Booth Number: 512

A Sage Parts 30 Hub Drive Melville, NY 11747 Bob Manrose Manager, Aircraft Products Phone: (773) 727-5831 Fax: (773) 601-0619 bmanrose@sageparts.com Sage Parts is the world’s largest supplier of ground support equipment (GSE) and airport-related replacement parts with warehouses in the USA, Canada, Puerto Rico, France, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Dubai. Sage supplies parts and accessories for all makes and models of GSE. Booth Number: 121

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

Trilectron / Air-A-Plane

1100 U.S. Highway 41 North Palmetto, FL 34221 Alberto Rocha National Sales Manager Phone: (941) 721-1000 Fax: (941) 721-1087 tisales@itwgsegroup.com Trilectron/Air-A-Plane offers pre-conditioned air products for the commercial market; PC air units available in both engine drive and all-electric versions. Featuring cooling, heating, and power combinations. Mobile, fix and bridge mount configurations are available. Booth Number: 512

A Vaculex USA LLC 605 Philip Davis Dr. Charlotte, NC 28217 John Gude Sales Director Phone: (972) 965-5422 Fax: (704) 519-4656 john.gude@vaculex.com Vaculex USA LLC has offices in Charlotte, N.C. and Dallas, Texas, and is the manufacturer of the airport BaggageLiftTM which is designed to facilitate or replace manual lifting of luggage in TSA CBRA rooms and airline load/unload applications. This device is produced specifically to minimize job- related injuries and improve productivity of the worker. Booth Number: 538

Ground Transportation Hangar Development A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full-service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

A SuperShuttle International, Inc. 14500 N. Northsight Blvd., Ste. 329 Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Judy Robertson Vice President Regulatory Affairs Phone: (805) 496-7022 Fax: (805) 496-1852 jrobertson@supershuttle.net On-demand ground transportation provider Bronze Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 329

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

A MCM Corporation 6201 SW 133rd Street 2nd Floor Miami, FL 33143 TG Mason Director of Operations Phone: (305) 541-0000 Fax: (305) 541-9771 tgmason@mcmcorp.com We are a full-service 26-year-old General Contractor headquartered in Miami, Fla., but with offices in Texas, Panama and other parts of Florida. We offer expertise in all venues of airport construction and have worked with CM, CM at risk, design/ build and lump sum delivery methods. We perform vertical and horizontal construction at multiple levels. Booth Number: 758

A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

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Insurance Companies

Berkley Aviation, LLC

1101 Anacapa St., Ste. 200 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Brian Perisho Assistant Vice President Phone: (805) 898-7640 Fax: (805) 898-7690 bperisho@berkleyaviation.com Berkley Aviation is a premier provider of all types of aviation insurance. Our coverages include airport liability, control tower liability, aircraft hull and liability, aviation general liability, non-owned aircraft liability and others GOLD WINGS Sponsor

IT Services

ARINC Managed Services

137 Mitchells Chance Rd. 4th Floor Edgewater, MD 21037 Don Brien Senior Director Phone: (410) 956-3050 Fax: (410) 956-5465 ams@arinc.com ARINC Managed Services (AMS) is a leading provider of IT and telecommunications managed services. We supply maintenance, service desk, IT staffing and professional services that improve equipment reliability, decrease costs, and enhance operations. AMS has in-depth experience working in the most demanding service environments in the world. Visit us at www.arincmanagedservices. com Booth Number: 430

A Burns & McDonnell 9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Randy D. Pope, P.E. Associate Vice President Phone: (816) 822-3231 Fax: (816) 822-3517 rpope@burnsmcd.com Airport Angel Sponsor See ad on back cover Booth Number: 203

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A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net Operation and maintenence of airport assets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A SITA 3100 Cumberland Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30339 Kristin Shaw Marketing Manager, North America Phone: (404) 519-5020 Fax: (770) 612-2265 kristin.shaw@sita.aero

Land Acquisition A O. R. Colan Associates, LLC 1750 N. Florida Mango Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Ted Pluta Vice President Phone: (561) 818-3044 Fax: (561) 478-7537 tpluta@orcolan.com O. R. Colan Associates (ORC) is a full service real estate firm providing real estate solutions for both large and small airports throughout the nation. ORC manages all phases of noise mitigation and runway expansion programs involving the acquisition of properties and the associated relocation of families and businesses. Booth Number: 417

A W. D. Schock Company, Inc. 1420 Donelson Pike, #A-18 Nashvlle, TN 37217 Michael Rowland Director of Marketing and Business Development Phone: (615) 399-0585 Fax: (615) 366-1184 mrowland@wdschockco.com W.D. Schock Company, Inc. (Schock) is an aviation management consulting firm that specializes in providing turn-key services for land acquisition, relocation assistance, and noise mitigation. In 2009, Schock expanded its services by offering Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development and airport mapping services. Booth Number: 747

Lighting, Airfield

A ADB Airfield Solutions 977 Gahanna Parkway Columbus, OH 43230 Thomas J. Kelty Business Development and Marketing Manager Created and owned by the air transport community, SITA is the community’s dedi- Phone: (614) 573-8232 Fax: (610) 573-8332 cated partner for information and communications technology. Our know-how is tom.kelty@adb-air.com based on working with customers across the global air transport community. Almost every airline and airport in the world does business with SITA, and the industry itself drives the company’s portfolio and strategic direction. www.sita.aero Booth Number: 225

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ADB Airfield Solutions designs and manufactures innovative, cost-effective lighting solutions for airports, including airfield lighting control and monitoring systems, and airfield switchgear systems. The company also manufactures and markets energy-efficient airfield lighting products and guidance signs. www.adbairfield.com Booth Number: 737

A Astronics DME Corporation 6830 NW 16th Terrace Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 Eric Locke Sales Manager Phone: (954) 975-2100 Fax: (954) 979-3313 DMEairfieldSales@astronics.com Astronics DME is a premier global supplier of airfield lighting products with decades of experience designing and manufacturing navigational lighting aids and airfield lighting. We develop taxiway and runway lights, including state-of-the-art LED fixtures. We also specialize in providing design-build navaids lighting solutions to provide seamless airfield upgrades. See Ad on Page 45

A Safegate Airport Systems, Inc. 7101 Northland Circle Ste. 203 Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 Thomas Duffy President Phone: (763) 535-9299 Fax: (763) 535-2307 thomas.duffy@safegate.com Safegate Group’s ramp management solution featuring the Safedock visual docking guidance system provides increased safety, efficiency and environmental benefits to airports around the world. Safedock’s automated guidance directs pilots to precisely self-park an aircraft even during IROPS. Booth Number: 304

Lighting, Terminal A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244


Lighting, Transient Area A Lightguard Systems, Inc. 2292 Airport Blvd. Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Marty Moffett National Sales Manager Phone: (707) 542-4547 Fax: (707) 525-6333 martym@lightguardsystems.com Booth Number: 435

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

Maintenance, Airfield A Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 18249 Hi-Lite Drive P.O. Box 460 Adams Center, NY 13606 Brian Becker Technical Director Phone: (315) 523-1707 Fax: (315) 583-5807 Brian@hi-lite.com Hi-Lite Markings is the leading airport pavement marking, rubber removal and maintenance contractor in North America. For more than 20 years Hi-Lite has been offering cost-effective solutions for infrastructure maintenance, rejuvenation, and preservation. We strive to maintain our position as the company of choice by investing in technology, equipment and people. Booth Number: 112

Maintenance, Building Navigational Aids A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net Operation and maintenence of airport assets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: 770. 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

Maintenance, Grounds

Nilfisk-Advance, Inc.

14600 21st Ave. North Plymouth, MN 55447 Jerry Gibbs Marketing Services Manager Phone: (763) 745-3916 Fax: (763) 745-3721 jgibbs@nilfisk-advance.com Booth Number: 527

A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning, and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental, and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

Noise Abatement A W. D. Schock Company, Inc. 1420 Donelson Pike, #A-18 Nashvlle, TN 37217 Michael Rowland Director of Marketing and Business Development Phone: (615) 399-0585 Fax: (615) 366-1184 mrowland@wdschockco.com W.D. Schock Company, Inc. (Schock) is an aviation management consulting firm that specializes in providing turn-key services for land acquisition, relocation assistance, and noise mitigation. In 2009, Schock expanded its services by offering Geographic Information Systems (GIS) development and airport mapping services. Booth Number: 747

Paging and Announcement Systems A Com-Net Software 3728 Benner Rd. Miamisburg, OH 45342 Mark Schindler VP Sales/Marketing Phone: (937) 859-6323 Fax: (937) 859-7511 mschindler@comnetsoftware.com Com-Net Software is a leading provider of audio-visual customer communication systems for the transportation industry. A division of Signature Technologies, Inc., Com-Net is a market leader in providing sophisticated turnkey solutions that include hardware, software, installation, maintenance and support throughout North America. Booth Number: 229

A Innovative Electronic Designs

LLC

9701 Taylorsville Rd. Louisville, KY 40299 Steve Youngson Director of Sales and Marketing Phone: (502) 267-7436 Fax: (502) 267-9070 syoungson@iedaudio.com IED is the leader in audio and visual communications for transportation facilities. We offer fully integrated audio and visual paging and messaging solutions for passenger communications, mass notification, FIDS, BIDS, and GIDS to meet your airport needs.

Booth Number: 516

Parking Equipment

ACS, A Xerox Company

3100 Medlock Bridge Rd. Ste. 250 Norcross, GA 30071 Tamara Johnson Marketing Manager Phone: (770) 368-2003, Ext. 2066 Fax: (770) 368-2093 tamara.johnson@acs-inc.com ACS, a Xerox company, is a Fortune 500 company supporting client operations worldwide. With more than 30 years of airport parking solutions experience, ACS is an industry leader, with installations at more than 40 percent of North AmericaÆs busiest airports. Booth Number: 960

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A Logical Decisions Inc. 2020 North Sherwood Forest Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70815 Patricia Krake Sales Phone: (800) 676-5537 Fax: (225) 274-1194 patty@ldi.com Logical Decisions Inc has been in the perimeter security business for 30 years and can offer a large variety of designs. We also have a full crash gate program, with a K-12/ M50 rated swing gate currently used by airports. We supply autocad shop drawing and are here to supply parts long after the installation. Booth Number: 550

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A Tilt-A-Way/Ideal

Manufacturing, Inc.

2011 Harnish Blvd. Billings, MT 59101 David L. Hoiness President Phone: (406) 656-4360 Fax: (406) 656-4363 daveh@idealmfginc.com Booth Number: 837

Parking Revenue Control A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com

A Five Star Parking 515 S. Flower St., Ste. 3200 Los Angeles, CA 90071 Bryan Gusdorf National Director of Marketing and Sales Phone: (213) 784-2878 Fax: (213) 784-2879 bgusdorf@tlrgc.com Booth Number: 230

A Kimley-Horn and Associates P.O. Box 33068 Raleigh, NC 27636 Loy Warren National Aviation Leader Phone: (214) 420-5609 Fax: (214) 420-5680 loy.warren@kimley-horn.com Primary services: planning, engineering, and design for airside, landside, terminal systems. Typical projects: runway reconstructions, master planning, transportation/mobility design, environmental assessment, parking and security systems. See Ad on Page 35

A Parking Locator 9700 Village Center Dr. Ste. 501 Granite Bay, CA 95746 Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their Mark Spinella Vice President - Business Developnon-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revement nue sources, optimizing curbside use, con- Phone: (916) 780-7275 trolling movement of commercial vehicles, Fax: (916) 200-0460 expediting access control, and providing mark@parkinglocator.com hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

Parking Services A Central Parking Systems, Inc. P.O. Box 60751 Houston, TX 77205 Stephen W. McCormick Vice President Phone: (281) 233-1740 Fax: (281) 233-1742 smccormick@parking.com Central Parking System is the leader in

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Parking Locator provides an easy way for people to find their automobiles in large, crowded parking facilities. This is accomplished in two ways, either by use of a ticket retrieved from an on-site dispenser or through the use of an exclusive text message arrangement that texts your car’s location to your phone. Booth Number: 113

A Standard Parking Corporation 1301 East Ninth St., Ste. #1050 Cleveland, OH 44114 Jack Ricchiuto Executive Vice President, Airports Phone: (216) 802-6650 Fax: (216) 523-8080 jricchiuto@standardparking.com Standard Parking Corporation is a national leader in airport parking, transportation and other landside services. The company currently operates more than 2,000 urban and 60 airport operations across the United States and Canada. Booth Number: 543

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Road Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

Passenger Boarding Bridges A COFELY Airport Services 20 Davis Rd. Crowley, TX 76036 Presley D. Berryhill Sales and Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 662-6248 Fax: (817) 297-1061 presley.berryhill@cofelyservicesgdfsuez.net Operation and maintenence of airportaAssets, BHS, PBB, PCA, 400 Hertz, security systems, facility management and innovative financing for these assets. Silver Wings Sponsor


A JBT Aerotech, Jetway Systems 1805 W. 2550 S. Ogden, UT 84401 Paulina A. Michaud Marketing and Sales Coordinator Phone: (801) 629-3107 Fax: (801) 629-3474 paulina.michaud@jbtc.com Booth Number: 213

A ThyssenKrupp Airport

Systems, Inc.

3201 N. Sylvania Ave. Ste. 117 Fort Worth, TX 76111 Enver Sarilar Sales Director Phone: (817) 210-5000 Fax: (817) 834-6985 enver.sarilar@thyssenkrupp.com ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems offers a full range of boarding bridges to satisfy your requirements; steel and glass apron drive, commuter low level apron drive, fixed position and fixed walkways. Aftersales service and support, spare parts, repair service, preventive maintenance, relocations, refurbishment & evaluations on all brands of bridges and baggage handling equipment. We’ve got you covered. ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems, accept no limits. We think. You move. See Ad on Page 23 Booth Number: 536

Passenger Services

C.J.Hood Company, Inc/Greyhawk Technologies 2424 East 38th St. P.O. Box 610126, DFW Arport Dallas, TX 75261 John Mauro Vice President Phone: (817) 371-6787 Fax: (972) 456-8453 john.j.mauro@gte.net

GPS tracking and dispatching system for Rental Car shuttle buses. The intergation of in-vehicle cutting edge AVL technology, real-time wireless communication, audio and video “welcome” and bus stop announcements and changeable message signs displaying next bus arrival times provide a reliable system to manage rental car shuttle bus fleets, automatically. Booth Number: 657

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

P.O. Box 82776 San Diego, CA 92138 Bhavesh A. Patel Manager, Concession Development Program Phone: (619) 400-2583 Fax: (619) 400-2576 bpatel@san.org The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority is enabling and implementing a comprehensive CDP to transition the existing program from a master concessionaire to a hybrid management approach of direct leasing and multiple primes. The future concession program will go through a competitive process in 1st quarter 2011. Booth Number: 325

Pavement, Concrete and Asphalt A The D.S. Brown Company 300 East Cherry Street North Baltimore, OH 45872 Chris Youngless Marketing Manager Phone: (419) 257-3561 Fax: (419) 257-2200 cyoungless@dsbrown.com The D.S. Brown Company is a worldwide designer, manufacturer and supplier of engineered rubber, steel and concrete products. D.S. Brown has built a strong reputation in the transportation infrastructure construction market, with special emphasis on concrete pavement and bridges. Manufacturer of delastic paving seals and delpatch concrete. Booth Number: 331

A Tensar International

Corporation

5883 Glenridge Dr., Ste. 200 Atlanta, GA 30328 Kristen Ezen Marketing Development Specialist Phone: (404) 250-1290 Fax: (404) 250-0461 kezen@tensarcorp.com Booth Number: 860

Zurn Industries, LLC

A NATCA 1325 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20005 Kelly Richardson Outreach Analyst Phone: (202) 368-7990 Fax: (202) 628-5767 krichardson@natcadc.org

The Zurn Flo-Thru operation manufactures and sells pre-engineered trench drain throughout the world. Ranging from 1.5” to 26” wide, sloping and non-sloping trench drain is used as collection, storage and conveyance of rainwater to various types of liquids. Booth Number: 426

Highly skilled, dedicated and fully committed to ensuring the safety of every flight, America’s air traffic controllers comprise a veteran, proud team that serves the public with perfection as its minimum acceptable level of performance. Today’s controllers are working harder than ever before; there are fewer of them due to retirement losses, yet traffic continues to grow and we will soon see more than 700 million passengers use the system annually. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 243

1801 Pittsburgh Ave. Erie, PA 16502 Rachael Wiley-Steffen Director of Brand Marketing Phone: (814) 875-1252 Fax: (814) 875-1270 rachael.wiley-steffen@zurn.com

Planning and Design A Argus Consulting, Inc. 1300 NW Jefferson Court Ste. 100 Blue Springs, MO 64015 Jon E. Currier Vice President Phone: (816) 874-8211 Fax: (816) 228-7535 jcurrier@argusconsulting.com Argus Consulting Inc. is an engineering firm specialing in the programming, planning, design and construction follow-on of aircraft fuel storage facilities, hydrant fueling systems, 400 Hz, preconditioned air, deicing systems and environmental services. Argus provides professional engineering services for both commercial and military aviation projects. See Ad on Page 34 Booth Number: 424

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs, including policy, risk, assurance and promotion. See Ad on Page 27

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full-service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning, environmental planning and financial planning. Bronze Wing Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

A TransSolutions, LLC 14600 Trinity Boulevard Ste. 200 Fort Worth, TX 76155 Belinda G. Hargrove Managing Principal Phone: (817) 359-2958 Fax: (817) 359-2959 bhargrove@transsolutions.com TransSolutions works with airport authorities, airlines, and architectural/engineering firms to develop cost-effective designs and operational policies for transportation facilities. Analyses include: airfield/airspace capacity; passenger/ baggage forecasts; pedestrian flow; security screening operations; and vehicular flow. Habitat for Humanity Sponsor

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Power/Electric Services

Conserval Systems (Solar Wall) 4242 Ridge Lea Rd., Ste. 28 Buffalo, NY 14226 Victoria Hollick V.P., Operations Phone: (716) 835-4903 Fax: (716) 835-4904 victoria@solarwall.com

Van der Graaf Inc.

2 Van der Graaf Court Brampton, Ontario L6T 5R6 CANADA Paul Luke Sales Manager Phone: (905) 793-8100 Fax: (905) 793-8127 pluke@vandergraaf.com Booth Number: 226

Booth Number: 117

Program Management

A Schneider Electric 1650 West Crosby Road Carrollton, TX 75006 Drew Byrd Business Development Phone: (972) 323-5447 Fax: (972) 323-4884 drew.byrd@buildings.schneiderelectric.com

Landry Consultants

As a global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, security, industrial processes, building automation and data centers/networks. Booth Number: 141

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

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4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27

A Ricondo & Associates, Inc. 20 North Clark Street Ste. 1500 Chicago, IL 60602 James T. Jarvis Senior Vice President Phone: (312) 606-0611 Fax: (312) 606-0706 j_jarvis@ricondo.com Ricondo & Associates, Inc., is a full service aviation consulting firm that provides the range of services required by airport owners and operators, airlines, and federal and state agencies in facilities and operations planning environmental planning, and financial planning. Bronze Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 37

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A U.S. Cost, Inc. 8585 North Stemmons Freeway #325-S Dallas, TX 75247 Charles Aguirre VP - Project Control Services Phone: (214) 630-3994 Fax: (214) 631-1352 caguirre@uscost.com

Airport Improvement Magazine

U.S. COST’s Project Controls Group focuses directly on aviation. USC has a well-established network of estimating, scheduling and cost control professionals working at several major US airports. They focus on the on-going technical innovations, operational trends and budget challenges faced within aviation today. Booth Number: 437

AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT features recently completed projects. Best-ofclass case studies detail project specifics with input from airport managers and their consultants and suppliers. AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT is distributed to the entire industry in North America. See us at www.airportimprovement.com. Booth Number: 936

A URS Corporation 7650 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa, FL 33607 Laddie E. Irion Vice President/Director, Air Transportation Phone: (813) 636-2425 Fax: (813) 636-2400 laddie_irion@urscorp.com

Airport Magazine

URS is a global consulting firm with over 65 years experience at 400+ airports and military facilities. Experts in master/ terminal planning, environmental assessment, architecture, airfield/landside civil design, security systems, program/ construction management, and operations/maintenance, URS’s projects for airports, tenants, airlines, the TSA, and FAA span general aviation to international hub airports. Gold Wings Sponsor

Publications A Airport Business Magazine 1233 Janesville Ave. Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 Missy Zingsheim Publisher Phone: (920) 563-1665 Fax: (920) 563-1699 missyz@cygnusb2b.com Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 126

3780 Chapel Road Brookfield, WI 53045 Paul Bowers Publisher Phone: (262) 781-7832 Fax: (480) 287-9302 paulbowers@airportimprovement. com

601 Madison St., Ste. 400 Alexandria, VA 22314 Barbara Cook Editor Phone: (703) 824-0500, Ext. 133 Fax: (703) 820-1395 Barbara.cook@aaae.org Airport Magazine is the publication of choice for nearly 23,000 airport executives and decision-makers worldwide. The magazine’s readership includes members of the American Association of Airport Executives, aviation policymakers and highranking governmental officials, corporate executives from every sector of the aviation industry and more. Visit us online at www. airportmagazine.net. Bronze Wings Sponsor AAAE Showcase Booth Number: 249

AVIATION WEEK

2 Penn Plaza, 25th Floor New York, NY 10121 Laurie Grossman Marketing Director, BIS Phone: (212) 904-2886 Fax: (212) 904-3748 laurie_grossman@aviationweek.com AVIATION WEEK, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies, is the largest multimedia information and services provider to the global aviation, aerospace and defense industries. Booth Number: 238


Insight Media Ltd

Sovereign House, 26 -30 London Road Twickenham, Middlesex TW13RW UK Andrew Hazell Events Director Phone: +44 20 8831 7518 Fax: +44 20 8891 0123 andrewh@insightgrp.co.uk Insight Media publishes Airport World, the only official magazine for ACI World. Published six times a year, for senior and middle management at 1,679 member ACI Airports worldwide. Insight Media also produces annual conferences globally, including the ACI World Annual General Assembly and the Airport Cities World Conference & Exhibition ACE). Booth Number: 138

A Jane’s Airport Review 110 N. Royal Street Ste. 200 Alexandria, VA 22314 Kristin Schulze Advertising Sales Manager Phone: (703) 236-2438 Fax: (703) 836-5537 adsales@janes.com Jane’s Airport Review is the authoritative source covering global airport developments. Expert business news and analysis focuses on infrastructure, security, ATC and airspace management, ramp handling and terminal/ground support equipment. Independent reports offer product, policy, market and financial analysis, including profiles on individual companies. Booth Number: 217

M15, an airport vehicle mounted mobile transceiver. Booth Number: 129

Research and Statistical Data A OAG 3025 Highland Parkway Ste. 200, Downers Grove Chicago, IL 60515-5561 Nancy Fleming Sales Manager Phone: (630) 515-3246 Fax: (630) 515-2023 nancy.fleming@oag.com

19601 Five Points Rd. Cleveland, OH 44135 Richard Myers Production Manager Phone: (216) 265-2315 Fax: (216) 267-2915 rmyers@mentorradio.com Mentor Radio, LLC. is an American manufacturer of aviation band communications receivers, transmitters and transceivers along with specialized radio control units. Our products include the model M15-25 and model MB airport base station radios (for G2A/A2G communications with aircraft) along with the model

Rubber Deposit Removal

A Brill Hygienic Products, Inc. 601 N. Congress Ave., Bldg. 306 Delray Beach, FL 33445 Alan C. Brill President/CEO Phone: (561) 278-5600 Fax: (561) 272-3542 alanbrill@bellsouth.net

A Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 18249 Hi-Lite Drive P.O. Box 460 Adams Center, NY 13606 Brian Becker Technical Director Phone: (315) 523-1707 Fax: (315) 583-5807 Brian@hi-lite.com

Zurn Industries, LLC

Hi-Lite Markings is the leading airport pavement marking, rubber removal and maintenance contractor in North America. For over 20 years Hi-Lite has been offering cost effective solutions for infrastructure maintenance, rejuvenation, and preservation. We strive to maintain our position as the company of choice by investing in technology, equipment and people. Booth Number: 112

Booth Number: 344

1801 Pittsburgh Ave. Erie, PA 16502 Rachael Wiley-Steffen OAG provides the air transport industry’s most accurate single source of airline Director of Brand Marketing information, with essential workflow data, Phone: (814) 875-1252 analysis, products and services sourced Fax: (814) 875-1270 from its comprehensive proprietary airline rachael.wiley-steffen@zurn.com schedules, fleet and MRO databases. OAG serves the passenger aviation, air cargo logistics, MRO and business travel communities with information products, market intelligence, news and events. Booth Number: 502

Transportation Research Board ACRP

500 5th St., N.W. Washington, DC 20001 Michael R. Salamone, C.M. Senior Program Officer and ACRP Manager Phone: (202) 334-1268 Fax: (202) 334-2006 msalamone@nas.edu Booth Number: 339

Radio Communications Restroom Products/ Supplies

Mentor Radio, LLC.

smart fiber, keeping the traveler’s feet fungus free. Booth Number: 431

A Bella Bagno, Inc. 5500 W. Touhy Ave., Unit E Skokie, IL 60077 Jeff Lazarus Sales Phone: (847) 673-7328 Fax: (847) 673-7338 jeff@bellabagno.com Bella Bagno, Inc. specializes in keeping the airport washrooms sanitary, clean and user friendly. Our flagship product is the hygolet sanitary toilet seat system. We also manufacture an antimicrobial security floor runner and an antimicrobial wanding mat, both made of a green

The Zurn Flo-Thru operation manufactures and sells pre-engineered trench drain throughout the world. Ranging from 1.5” to 26” wide, sloping and non-sloping trench drain is used as collection, storage and conveyance of rainwater to various types of liquids. With the widest range of products on the market, Zurn’s Flo-Thru trench drain systems can perform in the toughest of applications, including airports, ports, parking areas, high volume roadside applications and more. Booth Number: 426

Retail

Airport Plazas, LLC

366 N. Broadway, Ste. 206 Jericho, NY 11753 Brian Noble VP Marketing and Public Relations Phone: (631) 645-3135 Fax: (800) 716-6253 brian@nobleconsult.com Airport Plazas, LLC (www.airportplazas. com) purchases, designs, constructs and operates Airport Plazas throughout the country within airport grounds to service the needs of airport users. Our sites offer gas, CNG, biodiesel, convenience store, light auto repair, towing, car wash, food court and off-site dry cleaning. Booth Number: 843

A Waterblasting Technologies 3170 S. E. Slater St. Stuart, FL 34997 David Friday Vice President, Sales and Marketing Phone: (865) 693-6400 Fax: (865) 693-6466 dave@waterblasting.com Waterblasting Technologies, of Stuart, Fla., manufactures and sells the Stripe Hog Waterblasting Systems for pavement marking removal, runway rubber removal, surface preparation and pavement cleaning. The Stripe Hog process combines ultra-high pressure waterblasting with immediate collection of all water and debris leaving the surface clean and almost dry. The Stripe Hog is built by a contractor with the end user in mind which is just one reason it has been chosen 15 to 1 for the past five years straight and is now in 25 countries worldwide. Booth Number: 101

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Safety Equipment A ESCO-Zodiac Aerospace 2239 High Hill Road Logan Township, NJ 08085 Kevin Quan Senior Regional Director Phone: (856) 241-8620, Ext. 452 Fax: (856) 241-8621 Kevin.Quan@zodiacaerospace.com ESCO-Zodiac Aerospace (Engineered Arresting Systems Corporation) is widely recognized as the world’s leading manufacturer of military and commercial aircraft arresting systems. ESCO’s EMAS (Engineered Material Arresting System) EMAS, is approved by FAA for the provision of aircraft overrun protection in commercial airports. Airport Angel Sponsor See Ad on Inside Back Cover Booth Number: 401

A FabriTec Structures 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 Michele Estrella FabriTec Sales Administration Phone: (714) 241-5515 Fax: (714) 427-6983 mestrella@usa-shade.com FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. Booth Number: 775

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance, and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27 72

Security, Access Control

Bradford Airport Logistics

720 North Post Oak Rd. Ste. 450 Houston, TX 77024 Bruce Class VP Sales and Marketing Phone: (281) 220-8712 Fax: (281) 220-8713 bclass@airportlogstics.org BAL is the leader in secure airport terminal logistics. BAL provides an integrated system (Airport Material Intelligence System - AMIS) along with turnkey Centralized Receiving/Distribution Center to manage consumable material deliveries into the terminal complex. The solution catalyzes cost reduction, revenue generation, security, safety and customer service. Booth Number: 415

A Cogent Systems, Inc. 639 N. Rosemead Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107 Luz Blythe Marketing Assistant Phone: (626) 325-9710 Fax: (626) 325-9700 lblythe@cogentsystems.com Booth Number: 513

A Door Control Services, Inc. 321 VZ County Rd. 4500 Ben Wheeler, TX 75754 David Wurtz VP of Sales Phone: (888) 800-0608 Fax: (877) 888-5220 dw@doorcontrolservices.com Booth Number: 838

A DoorKing, Inc. 120 S. Glasgow Ave. Inglewood, CA 90301 Hilda Gonzalez Marketing Administrator Phone: (310) 645-0023 Fax: (310) 642-1314 hgonzalez@doorking.com Booth Number: 773

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A Eagle Security Group, Inc. 18-55 42nd St. Astoria, New NY 11105 Raymond Wong Vice President of Operations Phone: (718) 626-0220 Fax: (718) 274-5639 desert_night@hotmail.com

LockDown, Inc.

Developers and Manufacturers of exit and entry point security technology. Booth Number: 135

Lockdown, Inc. is the premier provider of infrastructure security products in the world. We provide unique yet vital products that secure manholes and handholes. Our products are used around the world and are in place in over 150 military bases, data centers, airports, universities and telecommunication companies. Booth Number: 140

A Gallagher Security (USA) Inc. 2800 W. Airport Blvd Ste. 100 Sanford, FL 32771 Jack Turley Marketing Communications Coordinator Phone: (425) 239-1163 Fax: (407) 302-4055 jackt@gallaghersms.com Gallagher Security Management Systems (GSMS) is a division of Gallagher Group Ltd. GSMS leverages off the core competencies of Gallagher Group, including research and development, manufacturing, marketing, and a global distribution network to deliver to market Cardax access control and intruder alarms systems and PowerFence perimeter security systems. For more information on these systems, please visit www.gallaghersms.com. Booth Number: 208

A Intellicheck Mobilisa 191 Otto St. Port Townsend, WA 98368 Kenna Pope Account Manager Phone: (360) 344-3233 Fax: (360) 344-3323 kenna.pope@icmobil.com Intellicheck Mobilisa is a leading technology company, developing and marketing wireless technology and identity systems for various applications, including mobile and handheld wireless devices for the government, military and commercial markets. Booth Number: 751

2291 Plunkett Rd. Conyers, GA 30012 Bill Scholz Military and Government Markets Phone: (770) 483-5651 Fax: (770) 483-5702 areason@lockdownsolutions.com

A Logical Decisions Inc. 2020 North Sherwood Forest Dr. Baton Rouge, LA 70815 Patricia Krake Sales Phone: (800) 676-5537 Fax: (225) 274-1194 patty@ldi.com Logical Decisions Inc. has been in the perimeter security business for 30 years and can offer a large variety of designs. We also have a full crash gate program, with a K-12/ M50 rated swing gate currently used by airports. We supply autocad shop drawing and are here to supply parts long after the installation. Booth Number: 550

A Quantum Secure 100 Century Center Court Ste. 501 San Jose, CA 95112 Scott Sieracki VP, Global Sales Phone: (616) 874-8591 Fax: (408) 453-1009 ssieracki@quantumsecure.com Quantum Secure is the leading provider of enterprise software to manage and streamline security identities, compliance and events across disparate physical security systems. SAFE for airports transforms and automates manual workflows and processes, enabling the better management of facility access of users and groups via role-based access control. Booth Number: 444


A RS&H 10748 Deerwood Park Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32256 Bill Hogan Vice President Aviation Phone: (904) 256-2299 Fax: (800) 464-4358 bill.hogan@rsandh.com Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. (RS&H) is an industry leading architectural, engineering, planning, and environmental services firm that has provided services to airports worldwide. RS&H provides services for airfield, buildings, environmental and planning. RS&H has offices in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia. Diamond Sponsor See ad on inside front cover Booth Number: 501

A Schneider Electric 1650 West Crosby Rd. Carrollton, TX 75006 Drew Byrd Business Development Phone: (972) 323-5447 Fax: (972) 323-4884 drew.byrd@buildings.schneiderelectric.com As a global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, security, industrial processes, building automation, and data centers/networks. Booth Number: 141

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation

and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Rd. Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing, and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

A Tymetal Corp. 2549 State Rt. 40 Greenwich, NY 12834 Brian Boutte Regional Sales Manager - Southwest Division Phone: (225) 436-5156 Fax: (225) 638-5004 bboutte@tymetal.com Tymetal Corp. manufacturers the most extensive, high quality line of vehicle and pedestrian gates and automated gate locking systems. Tymetal manufactures gate systems from 3’ wide to 500’ wide. Booth Number: 644

A VMAG, LLC 11961 Starcrest Dr. San Antonio, TX 78247 Patrick A. O’Connor Business Development Phone: (210) 495-3000 Fax: (210) 495-3010 pat@vmagtech.com VMAG—The ultimate gate operator for securing airports—secures perimeters and operational areas by preventing unauthorized double vehicle entry while dramatically enhancing processing

efficiency for authorized vehicles. The revolutionary VMAG operator uses only electro-magnetic-green-technology, without moving drive components, and cycles gates at an astounding 8 feet per second, making it the world’s fastest and most reliable gate operator. Booth Number: 515

Security, Biometrics/ Fingerprinting A Eagle Security Group, Inc. 18-55 42nd St. Astoria, NY 11105 Raymond Wong Vice President of Operations Phone: (718) 626-0220 Fax: (718) 274-5639 desert_night@hotmail.com Developers and manufacturers of exit and entry point security technology. Booth Number: 135

A Matrix Systems Inc. 1041 Byers Road Miamisburg, OH 45342 Richard Rao Regional Sales Manager Phone: (281) 642-3952 Fax: (937) 438-0900 richard.rao@matrixsys.com Matrix Systems has secured people, property and information throughout the world. Our turnkey security management solutions are built to withstand the rigerious physical and procrdurial demands of organizations of anany size of type. Open architecture design standards allow seamless integration. Get secure, get Matrix. Booth Number: 122

A Schneider Electric 1650 West Crosby Rd. Carrollton, TX 75006 Drew Byrd Business Development Phone: (972) 323-5447 Fax: (972) 323-4884 drew.byrd@buildings.schneiderelectric.com

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

Security, Floor Runners A Bella Bagno, Inc. 5500 W. Touhy Ave., Unit E Skokie, IL 60077 Jeff Lazarus Sales Phone: (847) 673-7328 Fax: (847) 673-7338 jeff@bellabagno.com Bella Bagno, Inc. specializes in keeping the airport washrooms sanitary, clean and user friendly. Our flagship product is the hygolet sanitary toilet seat system. We also manufacture an antimicrobial security floor runner and an antimicrobial wanding mat, both made of a green smart fiber, keeping the traveler’s feet fungus free. Booth Number: 431

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Security, Screening Equipment A AlliedBarton Security Services 161 Washington St., Ste. 600 Conshohocken, PA 19428 Charlie Bohnenberger Vice President, Government Services Phone: (484) 351-1340 Fax: (484) 351-1341 charlie.bohnenberger@alliedbarton.com As the largest American owned and managed contract security firm, AlliedBarton is the industry leader specializing in the protection of all types and sizes of government facilities including airports. Founded in 1957, our 50,000 highly trained employees deliver responsive security services at the local level with the benefit of our national support network. www.alliedbarton.com/gov. Booth Number: 742

A Eagle Security Group, Inc. 18-55 42nd St. Astoria, NY 11105 Raymond Wong Vice President of Operations Phone: (718) 626-0220 Fax: (718) 274-5639 desert_night@hotmail.com Developers and manufacturers of exit andeEntry point security technology Booth Number: 135

ICx Technologies

2100 Crystal Dr., Ste. 650 Arlington, VA 22202 Pat Dempsey Sr. V.P. Detection Sales Phone: (703) 678-2111 Fax: (703) 678-2112 patrick.dempsey@icxt.com ICx Technologies develops advanced technologies for effective security solutions. Our sensors detect and identify chemical, biological, radiological and explosive (CBRNE) materials. Our surveillance products discern people and objects invisible to human senses and conventional cameras. Our software and systems connect, command and control these security devices. Booth Number: 116

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A L-3 Communications Security & Detection Systems 10 Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 Sandra DeSanctis Global Events Manager Phone: (781) 939-3985 Fax: (781) 939-3996 sandra.desanctis@l-3com.com

With more than 18,000 systems deployed around the globe, we are the worldÆs leading supplier of security screening systems. L-3 Security and Detection Systems is a division of L-3 Communications, a Fortune 500 merchant supplier of high-technology products to the aerospace and defense industry, with annual sales of more than $14 billion. AIRPORT ANGEL Sponsor Booth Number: 216

Lucasey Manufacturing

2744 E 11th St. Oakland, CA 94601 Ed O’Neill President Phone: (510) 534-1435 Fax: (510) 436-6435 Ed@Lucasey.com American manufacturer of mounting systems for digital sinage, flight and baggage information, and inspection tables. Custom Work. Booth Number: 841

A Morpho Detection, Inc. 7151 Gateway Blvd. Newark, CA 94560 Jennifer Banks Herrmann Regional Manager, Aviation Security Phone: (410) 286-5255 Fax: (410) 286-0808 jennifer.banks@morphodetection.com Morpho Detection is the leading provider of explosive detection systems (EDS) and explosive trace detectors (ETDs) for the aviation security industry. Used all over the world for screening passengerchecked luggage, checkpoint screening and cargo screening, Morpho Detection’s products and services are known for superior quality and reliability. Booth Number: 528

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A Rapiscan Systems 1901 S. Bell St., Ste 325 Arlington, VA 22202 Peter Kant EVP, Global Government Affairs Phone: (703) 812-0322 Fax: (703) 812-0335 pkant@rapiscansystems.com Rapiscan Systems is a leading supplier of high-quality security inspection solutions utilizing X-ray and gamma-ray imaging and advanced-threat identification techniques. The company’s products are sold into four market segments: baggage and parcel inspection, cargo and vehicle inspection, hold baggage screening and people screening. Silver Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 240

A Reveal 28 Crosby Drive Bedford, MA 01730 Jim Buckley VP, U.S. Sales Phone: (781) 276-8400 Fax: (781) 276-8410 james.buckley@revealimaging.com Reveal, is a privately held company that provides industry-leading threat detection products and services. The company’s flagship explosives detection system is deployed around the globe to safeguard a diverse and growing number of people, places and transportation systems every day. For more information, visit www. revealimaging.com. Gold Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 517

Security, Screening Services

U.S. Transportation Security Administration

1120 20th St. N.W., Ste. 600 Washington, DC 20036 David Woodhead H.R. Specialist Phone: (202) 429-8589 Fax: (202) 381-6168 terry_melvin@aon.com Booth Number: 103

Security, Surveillance Systems A AlliedBarton Security Services 161 Washington St., Ste. 600 Conshohocken, PA 19428 Charlie Bohnenberger Vice President, Government Services Phone: (484) 351-1340 Fax: (484) 351-1341 charlie.bohnenberger@alliedbarton.com As the largest American owned and managed contract security firm, AlliedBarton is the industry leader specializing in the protection of all types and sizes of government facilities including airports. Founded in 1957, our 50,000 highly trained employees deliver responsive security services at the local level with the benefit of our national support network. www.alliedbarton.com/gov. Booth Number: 742

A Future Fibre Technologies 800 West El Camino Real Ste. 180 Mountain View, CA 94040 Bill Evenson Vice President Phone: (877) 650-8900 Fax: (435) 417-6671 bevenson@fft-usa.com Protecting your perimeter is easy with FFTÆs breakthrough fiber optic sensing technology. Patented technology that pinpoints the actual location of an intrusion and is in use at airports, military bases, and petrochemical facilities worldwide. Simple to install and maintain, FFT requires no electronics or power in the field. Booth Number: 434

ICx Technologies

2100 Crystal Dr., Ste. 650 Arlington, VA 22202 Pat Dempsey Sr. V.P. Detection Sales Phone: (703) 678-2111 Fax: (703) 678-2112 patrick.dempsey@icxt.com ICx Technologies develops advanced technologies for effective security solutions. Our sensors detect and identify chemical, biological, radiological and explosive (CBRNE) materials. Our surveillance products discern people and objects invisible to human senses and conventional cameras. Our software and


systems connect, command and control these security devices. Booth Number: 116

A Schneider Electric 1650 West Crosby Rd. Carrollton, TX 75006 Drew Byrd Business Development Phone: (972) 323-5447 Fax: (972) 323-4884 drew.byrd@buildings.schneiderelectric.com As a global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, security, industrial processes, building automation, and data centers/networks. Booth Number: 141

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A Visual Defence Inc 9225 Leslie Street Ste. 7 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 3H6 Canada Leslie Barnes Marketing Manager Phone: (905) 731-1254 Fax: (905) 731-8748 leslie.barnes@visualdefence.com Visual Defence provides customized, advanced security solutions for governments, airports, transit systems and commercial clients around the world. Utilizing our Command and Control

(3CTM) software - Visual Defence integrates Video, VoIP, IP Access Control, and Situational Awareness applications into a single unified solution. See Ad on Page 17

Signs, Airport Access A Telegra, Inc. 3030 LBJ Fwy., Ste. 1385 Dallas, TX 75234 Jennifer Green Phone: (972) 241-3535 Fax: (972) 241-3541 j.abbott@telegra-inc.com Booth Number: 302

Signs, Terminal A Daktronics 117 Prince Drive Brookings, SD 57006 Todd Lambert Aviation Market Manager Phone: (888) 325-8725 Fax: (605) 697-4700 aviation@daktronics.com

Software, Information Systems A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc.

(AirIT)

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com

Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The company’s airport operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. BRONZE Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

5950 Hazeltine National Dr. Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com

Landry Consultants

Daktronics, world leader in LED display technology, designs dynamic signs for a multitude of airport applications. It also offers complete customer service and custom engineering. Booth Number: 335

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com

Snow and Ice Control

Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance, and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27

A Kilfrost Incorporated 6250 Coral Ridge Dr., Ste. 130 Coral Springs, FL 33076 David Schueler Vice President of Commercial, The Americas Phone: (954) 282-5050 Fax: (954) 228-5049 david.schueler@kilfrost.com Kilfrost is the global leader of deicing, anti-icing and in-flight ice protection fluids for the commercial, general aviation, industrial and transportation industries. For more than 75 years, the company has pioneered Type I, Type II, Type IV and Runway deicing and anti-icing technology. Booth Number: 234

built on proprietary algorithms, and on the concurrent integration and simultaneous mining of multiple databases. Booth Number: 200

A PASSUR Aerospace One Landmark Square Ste. 1900 Stamford, CT 06901 Anne Ruth VP Marketing and New Product Development Phone: (203) 622-4086 Fax: (203) 629-2970 anneruth@passur.com

A SITA 3100 Cumberland Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30339 Kristin Shaw Marketing Manager, North America Phone: (404) 519-5020 Fax: (770) 612-2265 kristin.shaw@sita.aero Created and owned by the air transport community, SITA is the community’s dedicated partner for information and communications technology. Our know-how is based on working with customers across the global air transport community. Almost every airline and airport in the world does business with SITA, and the industry itself drives the company’s portfolio and strategic direction. www.sita.aero Booth Number: 225

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Software, Management Systems A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc.

(AirIT)

5950 Hazeltine National Dr. Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The companyÆs airport operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. BRONZE Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

A ARINC Incorporated 2551 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 Michael Saunders Sr. Marketing and Sales Director Phone: (516) 766-7575 Fax: (410) 573-3024 msaunder@arinc.com ARINC is the leader in passenger processing solutions. Our innovative solutions include, passenger handling, baggage handling, information system design and installation, airport operations, passenger and facilities security, IT maintenance, systems integration and wireless communications. Booth Number: 430

A I.D. Systems One University Plaza 6th Floor Hackensack, NJ 07601 Peter Fausel EVP Sales Phone: (201) 996-9000 Fax: (201) 996-9144 pfausel@id-systems.com I.D. Systems is a leading provider of vehicle management systems to secure, track and manage high-value enterprise assets including industrial vehicles, such as GSE. I.D. system’s patented technology will help you increase productivity and 76

create visibility of vehicles and their operators with vehicle access control, improved safety and reduced operating costs. Booth Number: 342

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance, and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A SITA 3100 Cumberland Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30339 Kristin Shaw Marketing Manager, North America Phone: (404) 519-5020 Fax: (770) 612-2265 kristin.shaw@sita.aero Created and owned by the air transport community, SITA is the community’s dedicated partner for information and communications technology. Our know-how is

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based on working with customers across the global air transport community. Almost every airline and airport in the world does business with SITA, and the industry itself drives the company’s portfolio and strategic direction. www.sita.aero Booth Number: 225

Sweepers A TYMCO 225 East Industrial Waco, TX 76708 Bobby Johnson Marketing Manager Phone: (254) 799-5546 Fax: (254) 799-2722 tymcosales@tymco.com Manufactured by TYMCO is the model HSP high speed perfomance regenerative air sweeper. This dual purpose airport sweeper is designed to sweep at 15 mph on runways and at slower speeds on the tarmac. Optional Later Air Flow Nozel directs a concentrated high velocity air stream for clearing debris around guidance lighs or other obstacles. Booth Number: 674

Systems Integration A Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. (AirIT) 5950 Hazeltine National Dr. Ste. 210 Orlando, FL 32822 Jennifer Grullon Marketing Coordinator Phone: (407) 370-4664 Fax: (407) 370-4657 jgrullon@airit.com

Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. offers airlines and airport IT systems that enable them to deliver, display, manage and employ information that improves operations, customer satisfaction and revenue generation. The company’s airport operational, passenger processing and revenue management solutions are the most comprehensive offerings available to the global air transportation industry. BRONZE Wings Sponsor Booth Number: 237

Landry Consultants

4433 28th Place West Seattle, WA 98199 Joanne M. Landry Principal Phone: (206) 714-7663 joanne@landryconsultants.com Landry Consultants offers project and program management services in Safety Management Systems (SMS) and conduct analysis, design, integration, and implementation programs. We have extensive experience in Part 139 airport SMS programs including policy, risk, assurance, and promotion. We also provide IT and process integration for your project’s success. See Ad on Page 27

A Schneider Electric 1650 West Crosby Rd. Carrollton, TX 75006 Drew Byrd Business Development Phone: (972) 323-5447 Fax: (972) 323-4884 drew.byrd@buildings.schneiderelectric.com As a global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, security, industrial processes, building automation and data centers/networks. Booth Number: 141

A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244


A SITA 3100 Cumberland Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30339 Kristin Shaw Marketing Manager, North America Phone: (404) 519-5020 Fax: (770) 612-2265 kristin.shaw@sita.aero Created and owned by the air transport community, SITA is the community’s dedicated partner for information and communications technology. Our know-how is based on working with customers across the global air transport community. Almost every airline and airport in the world does business with SITA, and the industry itself drives the company’s portfolio and strategic direction. www.sita.aero Booth Number: 225

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Rd. Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Dir., Airport Systems & Svcs Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCore’s AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing and operator compliance. See ad on page 25 Booth Number: 648

Training Services

AAAE Interactive Employee Training 601 Madison St. Ste. 400 Alexandria, VA 22314 Jim Johnson, A.A.E Executive Director, Airport Services Phone: (813) 792-1711 Fax: (813) 792-1351 jim.johnson@aaae.org

IET-Training powered by technology. More than 1.63 million training sessions have been delivered to airport employees, tenants and contractors on the IET system. As a result, IET is today the most trusted and used training/testing platform for airports. See Ad on Page 12, 44 Booth Number: 249

A Adacel Systems, Inc. 5945 Hazeltine National Drive Orlando, FL 32822 Mark Creasap Vice President, U.S. Simulation and Training Adacel’ss technology revolutionizes speech applications for operational direct voice input control systems and interactive control of computer generated entities in training systems. Our ATC simulators lead global efforts to safely optimize controller training. Adacel’s Aurora ATM includes capabilities envisaged for FAA NextGen and the EUROCONTROL SESAR programs; providing enabling technology for initiatives to promote airspace efficiency and reduce aviation related carbon emissions. Booth Number: 320

Transportation A Standard Parking Corporation 1301 East Ninth Street, Ste. 1050 Cleveland, OH 44114 Jack Ricchiuto Executive Vice President, Airports Phone: (216) 802-6650 Fax: (216) 523-8080 jricchiuto@standardparking.com Standard Parking Corporation is a national leader in airport parking, transportation, and other landside services. The company currently operates more than 2,000 urban and 60 airport operations across the United States and Canada. Booth Number: 543

Weather Services A FabriTec Structures 8505 Chancellor Row Dallas, TX 75247 Michele Estrella FabriTec Sales Administration Phone: (714) 241-5515 Fax: (714) 427-6983 mestrella@usa-shade.com FabriTec Structures has grown to be recognized as the leading tensile fabric structure design/build firm in North America. The FabriTec team consists of hand-picked professionals with years of experience in specialty construction. Our dedication to design and commitment to build provides our clients with a sole resource. Booth Number: 775

WSI

400 Minuteman Rd. Andover, MA 01810 Donny Pattullo Aviation Account Manager Phone: (978) 983-6614 Fax: (978) 983-6400 dpattullo@wsi.com WSI is the world’s leading provider of weather-driven business solutions with top clients including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Vancouver Airport, Montreal Airport, and many more. Our innovative products, services, software and unparalleled meteorological expertise are all designed to satisfy the professional weather needs of the most demanding aviation customers in the world. SILVER Wings Sponsor

Wheelchairs/Strollers A Staxi Corporation Limited 2836 Slough St. Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4T 1G3 Kristen Kerr Executive Assistant Phone: (905) 678-0111 Fax: (905) 678-2111 kristenk@staxi.com Booth Number: 957

Wildlife Control A DeTect, Inc. 1902 Wilson Ave. Panama City, FL 32405 Helen Lewis Marketing Director Phone: (850) 763-7200 Fax: (850) 763-0920 helen.lewis@detect-inc.com DeTect’s MERLIN Aircraft Birdstrike Avoidance Radar system is the most advanced, proven and widely used bird radar technology available for bird-aircraft strike hazard (BASH) management and for real-time detection and tracking of hazardous bird activity at commercial airports, military airfields, and military training and bombing ranges. Booth Number: 744

Wireless Communications/ Technology A Siemens 1345 Ridgeland Parkway Ste. 116 Alpharetta, GA 30004 Stacy Hollowell Senior Marketing Manager Phone: (214) 632-8827 Fax: (770) 225-5633 stacy.hollowell@siemens.com Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, and operates in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. For more than 160 years, Siemens has built a reputation for leading-edge innovation and the quality of its products, services and solutions. For more information on Siemens in the United States, visit www. usa.siemens.com. Platinum Wings Sponsor See Ad on Page 49 Booth Number: 244

A TransCore 3410 Midcourt Rd. Ste. 102 Carrollton, TX 75006 Forrest Swonsen Director, Airport Systems and Services Phone: (214) 461-6435 Fax: (214) 461-6478 contactus@transcore.com Nine of the 10 busiest U.S. airports use TransCoreÆs AVI solutions to maximize their non-aeronautical revenue and improve their operations by identifying new revenue sources, optimizing curbside use, controlling movement of commercial vehicles, expediting access control, and providing hands-free revenue collection, automatic billing and operator compliance. See Ad on Page 25 Booth Number: 648

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AAAE 54 AAAE Interactive Employee Training 77 ABM Industries 62 ACI-NA 54 ACS, A Xerox Company 67 Adacel Systems, Inc. 77 ADB Airfield Solutions 66 AECOM 58 Aeroterm US, Inc. 48 Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting (ARFF) Working Group, Inc. 50 Airport Business Magazine 70 Airport Business Solutions/ABS Aviation 58 Airport Consultants Council 54 Airport Improvement Magazine 70 Airport Magazine 70 Airport Plazas, LLC 51, 52, 71 Airport Seating Alliance 64 Air-Transport IT Services, Inc. (AirIT) 59, 63, 75, 76 Alcatel-Lucent 56 AlliedBarton Security Services 74 Architectural Alliance 52 ARCONAS 64 Argus Consulting, Inc. 57, 60, 61, 64, 69 ARINC Incorporated 76 ARINC Managed Services 66 Astronics DME Corporation 66 Atrax Group NZ Ltd 55 Austin Commercial 57 AVIATION WEEK 70 AvPorts/AFCO 51 Bella Bagno, Inc. Berkley Aviation, LLC Beumer Corporation Blast Deflectors, Inc. Bradford Airport Logistics Brill Hygienic Products, Inc. Burns & McDonnell

B

71, 73 66 55 63 72 71 52, 57, 60, 61, 64, 65, 66

C

Cabrera Capital Markets, LLC 56 Cavotec Dabico US Inc. 64 CDM 52, 57, 58, 60, 61 Central Parking Systems, Inc. 68 C.J.Hood Company, Inc/Greyhawk Technologies 56, 69 Clear Channel Airports 48 COBUS Industries LP 51 COFELY Airport Services 55, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68 Cogent Systems, Inc. 72 Com-Net Software 60, 67 Conserval Systems (Solar Wall) 70 Crash Rescue Equipment Service, Inc. 50 Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Inc. 60 C&S Companies 58

D

Daktronics Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Datalogic Automation Delta Airport Consultants, Inc. DeTect, Inc. DM Airports, LTD. Door Control Services, Inc. DoorKing, Inc.

75 51 55 52 77 51 72 72

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Eagle Security Group, Inc. 72, 73, 74 Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach, Fla.) 60 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Prescott, Ariz.) 60 Enterprise Holdings Operating: Alamo, Enterprise, National Car Rental 56 Environmental Resource Solutions, Inc. 62 E-One 50 ESCO-Zodiac Aerospace 72

F

FAA Office of Runway Safety FAA/Surveillance & Broadcast Services FabriTec Structures Five Star Airport Alliance Five Star Parking Flight Safety Foundation Flint Trading, Inc. Future Fibre Technologies

51 48 51, 52, 59, 72, 77 55 68 54 50 74

G

Gallagher Security (USA) Inc. GCA Services Group GeoEye Glidepath Global International Communications Globe Composite Solutions, Ltd. Great Lakes Chapter AAAE Gresham, Smith and Partners G & S Airport Conveyor

72 62 51 55 58 55 54 53 55

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Harris Corporation 48 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 52 HDR 53 Hi-Lite Markings Inc. 50, 51, 64, 67, 71 HMSHost Corporation 56, 57 HNTB 53 Hobart Ground Power 55, 64 Honeywell International 63 Hudson Group 57 Huitt-Zollars, Inc. 53

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ICx Technologies 74 I.D. Systems 76 Impact Recovery Systems, Inc. 62 INET Airport Systems, Inc. 65 Infax, Inc. 60, 63 Innovative Electronic Designs LLC 64, 67 Insight Media Ltd 71 Intellicheck Mobilisa 72 International Association of Baggage System Companies (IABSC) 54 Interstate Road Management 51 ISS Facility Services, Inc. 62 Jacobs Consultancy Jane’s Airport Review J&B Aviation Services JBT Aerotech, Jetway Systems Jervis B. Webb Company Jviation, Inc. KBR Kilfrost Incorporated Kimley-Horn and Associates

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K

58 71 65 69 55 60 61 59, 75 53, 62, 68

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L-3 Communications Security & Detection Systems 74 Landry Consultants 52, 58, 69, 70, 72, 75, 76 Leo A Daly Company 53 Lightguard Systems, Inc. 67 Lochard Corporation 62 LockDown, Inc. 72 Logan Teleflex, Inc. 55 Logical Decisions Inc. 59, 68, 72 Lucasey Manufacturing 64, 74

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Matrix Systems Inc. MCM Corporation Mead & Hunt, Inc. Mentor Radio, LLC. Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Midwest Air Traffic Control Service Inc. Milliken Carpets Morpho Detection, Inc. NATCA Nexcen Brands Nilfisk-Advance, Inc. Northeast Chapter AAAE Northwest Chapter AAAE OAG O. R. Colan Associates, LLC Oshkosh Corporation PACIUGO GELATO & CAFFE Parking Locator Parsons Brinckerhoff PASSUR Aerospace PBS&J Prime Engineering, Inc.

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73 48, 57, 65 53 71 53 48 64 74 48, 53, 61, 69 56 67 54 54 71 66 50 56 68 58 48, 51, 52, 75 58 58

Quantum Secure Rapiscan Systems Reveal Ricondo & Associates, Inc. Robinson Aviation (RVA), Inc. Rosenbauer America Ross & Baruzzini, Inc. RS&H Rytec High Performance Doors

Q R

72 74 74 52, 53, 58, 62, 63, 65, 69, 70 48 50 53 53, 59, 61, 62, 65, 67, 73 60

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Safegate Airport Systems, Inc. 50, 66 Sage Parts 65 San Diego County Regional Airport Authority 48, 52, 56, 57, 69 Schneider Electric 73, 75, 76 Sebesta Blomberg 61 Sensis Corporation 48 Serco, Inc. 48 Sherwin Industries, Inc. 50 Siemens 55, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 70, 73, 75, 76, 77 Signature Flight Support 63 SITA 66, 75, 76, 77 South Central Chapter AAAE 54 Southeast Chapter AAAE 54 SRA International, Inc. 50 Standard Parking Corporation 68, 77 Staxi Corporation Limited 77 SUBWAY 56 SuperShuttle International, Inc. 65 C

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Tandus Flooring 64 Telegra, Inc. 75 Tensar International Corporation 69 Texas Auto Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority 60 Thales ATM, Inc. 48 The D.S. Brown Company 69 The Gordian Group 63 The Louis Berger Group, Inc. 54 The Paradies Shops 57 ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems, Inc. 69 Tilt-A-Way/Ideal Manufacturing, Inc. 68 TKDA 61 TransCore 59, 61, 65, 68, 73, 77 Transportation Research Board - ACRP 71 TransSolutions, LLC 69 TranSystems 54 Trilectron / Air-A-Plane 65 Turner Construction Company 58 Twist Inc 62 TYMCO 76 Tymetal Corp. 73

U

UGL Unicco Unison Consulting, Inc. URS Corporation USA TODAY U.S. Cost, Inc. U.S. Transportation Security Administration Vaculex USA LLC Van der Graaf Inc. Vic Thompson Company Visual Defence Inc VMAG, LLC Walker Parking Consultants Walter P. Moore Waterblasting Technologies W. D. Schock Company, Inc. WSI XpresSpa Zoeftig Inc Zurn Industries, LLC

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63 59 54, 70 57 70 74 48, 55, 65 70 59 75 73 59 61 71 59, 66, 67 77 57 64 69, 71

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Alaska Airlines’ Gate of the Future program is putting customers in charge. When connecting travelers arrive on an airline without a codeshare agreement, the new ITM — Instant Travel Machine — lets them bypass lines at the gate. By enabling more choices — like online, self-service and counter-service check-in — the airline helps reduce the angst and frustration that can come with flying. Burns & McDonnell is proud to be a part of terminal, gate and counter relocation projects at nine major U.S. airports, helping Alaska Airlines remove obstacles and relieve passenger stress.

Building the Great Airport Experience Today’s traveler is accustomed to empowerment. When traditional travel experiences like remote parking, security screening and gate delays strip that away, it’s a barrier to customer satisfaction. But advanced airport terminal designs by Burns & McDonnell break through, creating options that give travelers more control and enable airline employees to efficiently and effectively meet customer needs.

Great Airport Experiences — Every Flight, Every Traveler, Every Time For more information, contact: Randy D. Pope, PE 816-822-3231 rpope@burnsmcd.com

9400 Ward Parkway Kansas City, MO 64114 Phone: 816-333-9400 aviation@burnsmcd.com

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