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ACI Publications Catalogue june

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organization of aci Airports Council International (ACI) is the international association of the world’s airports. It is a non-profit organization, the prime purpose of which is to foster cooperation among its member airports and with other partners in world aviation, including organizations representing governments, airlines and aircraft manufacturers. Through this cooperation, ACI makes a significant contribution to providing the travelling public with an air transport system that is safe, secure, efficient and environmentally compatible. 


contents organization of aci directories

ACI World Airports Directory and World Business Partners Directory 2009

aci policy and recommended practices handbook 2009 manuel de politiques et pratiques recommandees de aci 2009 manual de politicas y metodos recomendados de aci 2009

statistics

ACI Annual World Airport Traffic Report (Annual WATR) ACI Quarterly Traffic Bulletin ACI Statistics Package ACI Monthly World Airport Traffic Report (Monthly WATR) ACI Monthly International Passenger and Freight Traffic Report (Monthly IPFTR)

economics

ACI Airport Economics Survey 2008 Global Traffic Forecast 2009 edition: 2008 - 2027

handbooks

Aerodrome Bird Hazard Prevention and Wildlife Management Handbook Guide de prévention du risque aviaire et de la gestion faunique dans les aérodromes Manual de prevención del peligro aviario y gestión de la fauna en los aeródromos Airside Safety Handbook Apron Markings and Signs Handbook Common Use IT Handbook Airports & Persons with Disabilities: A handbook for airport operators Application of Biometrics at Airports, The ACI Best Industry Practice Safety Management System Gap Analysis and Audit Tool ACI CUSS (Common Use Self-Service) Survey Report 2005 ACI Survey on Apron Incidents and Accidents 2006 & 2007




ACI has six standing committees which prepare policies and documents in their specific areas of competence Airport Information Technology Standing Committee Economic Standing Committee Environment Standing Committee Facilitation and Airport Services Standing Committee Security Standing Committee Safety and Technical Standing Committee




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ACI World Business Partners Directory Contents 2009 Paperback 500 pages Two Directories in ONE book Members: € 100 Non-members: € 200

Equipment IT and Communications Retail and Commercial Consulting and Management Handling and Airfield Planning and Construction Security

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ACI World Airports Directory 2009 & ACI World Business Partners Directory 2009




aci policy and recommended practices handbook

ACI Policy and Recommended Practices Handbook 2009 The ACI Policy and Recommended Practices Handbook is a compilation of the policy positions and the recommended practices approved by the ACI membership. It contains the current policies of the organization for use by the staff of ACI World office and Regional Offices and by ACI representatives at international meetings.

Policies and Recommended Practices Handbook

2009

SEVENTH edition | November 2009 Airports Council International, Geneva | PO Box 16, Geneva Airport, 1215, Geneva, Switzerland aci@aci.aero | www.aci.aero

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Airport economics Air transport regulation Facilitation and airport services Airport automation and e-business Airport planning, design, operations and safety Airports and the environment Security at airports Emergency medical services, hygiene and sanitation at airports

2009 eBook 129 pages Free download

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Manuel De Politiques Et Pratiques Recommandées

2009

Le Manuel de Politiques et Pratiques Recommandées de l’ACI (7ème édition) 2009 est constitué d’un ensemble de règles mises en place et reconnues par les membres de l’ACI. Il contient la politique générale actuelle de l’organisation qu’utilisent actuellement le personnel de l’ACI monde et les bureaux régionaux ainsi que les représentants de l’ACI lors des réunions internationales.

SEPTIÈME édition / Novembre 2010 Conseil International des Aéroports, Genève / Case postale 16, 1215 Genève 15 – Aéroport, Suisse aci@aci.aero | www.aci.aero

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Manual de Politicas y Metodos Recomendados de ACI 2009 El Manual de Políticas y Métodos Recomendados de ACI (7ª edición) 2009 es una recopilación de las distintas posiciones de política y reglamentación aprobadas por los socios de ACI. Contiene las políticas, acuerdos y reglamentación actuales de la organización para su uso por el personal de oficina de ACI World, las oficinas regionales y por representantes de ACI en las reuniones internacionales.

Manual de Políticas y Métodos Recomendados

2009

SEVENTH edition | November 2009 Airports Council International, Geneva | PO Box 16, Geneva Airport, 1215, Geneva, Switzerland aci@aci.aero | www.aci.aero



aci policy and recommended practices handbook

Manuel de Politiques et Pratiques Recommandees de ACI 2009


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ACI Annual World Airport Traffic Report 2008



The report provides a commentary with tables and graphs looking at the regional and international trends in the industry in 2008. The report then details traffic results from each of the 1200 airports that took part in the statistical analysis.

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Commentary Country-by-country traffic data - by region World Ranking: Passengers World Ranking: Aircraft movements World Ranking: Cargo tonnage Top 30: International passengers Top 30: International freight movements Data Section: Data from all airports - by airport World and Regional Trends: Graphs showing trends

2009 eBook and Excel 53 pages eBook Members: € 250 Non-members: € 500 Excel Members: € 700 Non-members: € 1,500 To purchase this publication in paperback please visit http://stores.lulu.com/aciworld


ACI has compiled a new Quarterly Traffic Bulletin of global traffic performance (passengers, freight and movements) from the previous quarter.

BulletinQUARTERLY TRAFFIC Q2 2009

Quarterly figures (all figures presented are year-on-year comparisons) Worldwide traffic shrank by 5.4% in the second quarter of 2009 compared to the corresponding period of 2008. Freight volumes decreased by -15.8% while movements went down by 7.4%. These figures represent an improvement from Q1 quarterly results, however, year-to-date figures remain very depressed as shown in Figure 1 below.

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The ACI Statistics Package provides 12 issues (12 months) of both the World Airport Traffic Report and the International Passenger and Freight Traffic Report.

eBook Members 12 months: €375 Non-members 12 months: € 950 Excel Members 12 months: € 2,250 Non-members 12 months: € 5,750


AIRPORT TRAFFIC STATISTICS

AIRPORTS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL

JULY 2007 International Passengers & Freight Report International passenger traffic continues strong growth International freight maintains strong performance July 2007 results from 571 airports showed international passenger traffic rose by 8 percent and freight traffic by 4 percent compared to July 2006. First seven months of 2007 showed international passenger traffic up by 8 percent and freight traffic by 3 percent.

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ACI’s Monthly International Passenger and Freight Traffic Report features detailed statistics on airports participating in the monthly collection. The report covers up-to-date international passenger, cargo and aircraft movements.

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Contents Monthly eBook and Excel 21 pages eBook Members 1 month: € 30 Members 12 months: € 275 Non-members 1 month: € 75 Non-members 12 months: € 675 Excel Members 1 month: € 150 Members 12 months: € 1,500 Non-members 1 month: € 375 Non-members 12 months: € 3,750

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ACI Monthly International Passenger and Freight Traffic Report (IPFTR)

International Passenger and Freight Report Summary Trends: Worldwide International Traffic Regional International Passenger Regional International Freight Regional International Passengers and Freight Africa Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America ACI Statistics regions Country codes 11


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ACI’s Monthly Worldwide Airport Traffic Report features detailed statistics on airports participating in the monthly collection. The report covers up-to-date worldwide passenger, cargo and aircraft movements.

AIRPORT TRAFFIC STATISTICS

AIRPORTS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL RUN: 18 OCTOBER 2007

JULY 2007 World airport traffic registers strong growth in July Traffic grew in all regions July 2007 results from 850 airports worldwide show robust growth with passenger traffic rising by 7 percent, cargo by 5 percent and movements by 3 percent compared to July 2006. For the first seven months of 2007, passenger traffic was up 6 percent, cargo up 2 percent and movements grew by 3 percent.

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ACI Monthly World Airport Traffic Report (WATR)

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Contents Worldwide Airport Traffic Report Report Summary Monthly Trends: Worldwide Regional Trends - Passenger Regional Trends - Cargo Regional Trends - Movements Airport Traffic Statistics Africa Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America Middle East North America ACI Statistics regions Country codes

Monthly eBook and Excel 21 pages eBook Members 1 month: € 30 Members 12 months: € 275 Non-members 1 month: € 75 Non-members 12 months: € 675 Excel Members 1 month: € 150 Members 12 months: € 1,500 Non-members 1 month: € 375 Non-members 12 months: € 3,750


The ACI Airport Economics Survey 2009, is based on financial data submitted by 709 airports, which represent 70 percent of traffic worldwide. Analysis in the Survey covers major facets of airport economics: airport revenue, the split between aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenues, capital expenditure, airport employment and the outlook based on current world passenger trends and world freight trends. Three summary tables with details on airport projects are provided by Momberger Aviation Information.

2009 eBook 49 pages Members: â‚Ź 60 Non-members: â‚Ź 150 To purchase this publication in paperback please visit http://stores.lulu.com/aciworld

economics

ACI Airport Economics Survey 2009

Contents ACI Airport Economics Survey Major New and Recent Airport Projects Who Owns and Manages Airports? Airports Quoted on Stock Exchanges

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Global Traffic Forecast 2009 edition: 2008 - 2027

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Based on traffic forecasts from over 250 airports for 2008 – 2027, this report provides extensive information and analysis on expected traffic development around the world.

AIRPORTS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL

GLOBAL TRAFFIC FORECAST 2008-2027

The major new addition to the 2009 report is an exhaustive table section providing individual country forecasts for over 140 countries. These forecasts show traffic development by region for each of those countries as well as between world regions. Available with or without data in Excel format

Contents Introduction Executive Summary Traffic Forecast 2008-2027 Current Market Environment Demand for Air Travel Appendix: Forecast Tables Global Forecast Tables Country by Country Forecast Tables

Revised Forecast 2009 included

2009 eBook 100 pages Without Excel tables Members: € 1,000 Non-members: € 1,400 WITH Excel tables Members: € 1,250 Non-members: € 1,650


Wildlife, and in particular birds, are a known hazard to aircraft. This handbook gives guidance for wildlife management programmes to significantly increase the safety at the aerodrome and decrease the number of incidents and accidents related to wildlife.

Contents

First edition 2005 Paperback 52 pages Members: â‚Ź 75 Non-members: â‚Ź 150

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Aerodrome Bird Hazard Prevention and Wildlife Management Handbook

Chapter 1 Introduction to bird and wildlife hazards Chapter 2 The attraction of the aerodrome environment Chapter 3 Aerodrome habitat management Chapter 4 Bird hazard and wildlife management in the vicinity of the aerodrome Chapter 5 Active methods of scaring and controlling birds Chapter 6 Organization of wildlife management on aerodromes Chapter 7 Control of mammals Chapter 8 Reporting and record keeping Chapter 9 Conclusion Appendix A Activities covered by a wildlife hazard prevention operative Appendix B References, sources and internet sites 15


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Guide de prévention du risque aviaire et de la gestion faunique dans les aérodromes Première édition 2005

Guide de prévention du risque aviaire et de la gestion faunique dans les aérodromes

Guide de prévention du risque aviaire et de la gestion faunique dans les aérodromes Auteurs : Le sous-comité de la sécurité des opérations aériennes de l’ACI World Avec le concours du Bureau de travaux et d’études en environnement (BTEE)

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Introduction aux risques aviaires et fauniques

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L’attrait de l’environnement des aérodromes

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La gestion de l’habitat sur les aérodromes

Members: € 75 Non-members: € 150

La gestion des risques aviaires et fauniques à proximité des aérodromes Les techniques actives pour disperser et contrôler les oiseaux L’organisation de la gestion des risques fauniques sur les aérodromes

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Le contrôle des mammifères

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Chapitre 9 Conclusions

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Annexe B

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L’établissement de rapports et la tenue de dossiers

Les activités incluses dans la gestion exécutoire des risques fauniques Les références, les sources d’information et les sites Web

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Manual de prevención del peligro aviario y gestión de la fauna en los aeródromos Primera Edición 2005

Manual de prevención del peligro aviario y gestión de la fauna en los aeródromos

First edition 2005 eBook 54 pages Members: € 75 Non-members: € 150 To purchase this publication in paperback please visit http://stores.lulu.com/aciworld

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First edition 2005 eBook 54 pages

TABLE DES MATIÈRES

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Manual de prevención del peligro aviario y gestión de la fauna en los aeródromos

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Capítulo 1 Introducción a los peligros aviario y de la fauna

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El atractivo del entorno del aeródromo

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Gestión del hábitat del aeródromo

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El peligro aviario y la gestión de la fauna en las cercanías del aeródromo

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Métodos activos para ahuyentar y controlar las aves

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Organización de la gestión de la fauna silvestre en los aeródromos

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Control de mamíferos

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Informes y mantenimiento de registros

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Autores: Subcomité de seguridad operacional de ACI Mundial En colaboración con: Bureau de travaux et d’études en environnement (BTEE)

Capítulo 3 Capítulo 4 Capítulo 5 Capítulo 6 Capítulo 7 Capítulo 8 Capítulo 9 Apéndice A Actividades abarcadas por el personal de prevención del peligro de la fauna

Apéndice B Referencias, fuentes y sitios internet Índice


This handbook is a guide to airside safety and is written for airside managers. It builds on previous work by ACI - namely the Apron Safety Handbook. The remit of this handbook has been widened to include a number of selected topics relating to safe operations in outside areas.

Third edition 2006 (revised in 2009)

eBook 80 pages

Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7

Safety Management Apron Safety Airside Safety Annexes Useful documents Useful websites Abbreviations index

Members: â‚Ź 75 Non-members: â‚Ź 150

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Airside Safety Handbook

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Apron Markings and Signs Handbook

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This handbook is a useful complement to ICAO documentation, such as Annex 14, Volume I (Aerodrome Design and Operations) and the Aerodrome Design Manual, Part 4 (Visual Aids) and is intended for use by planners of apron areas, ground staff working on aprons, air traffic controllers, apron controllers and pilots.

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Second edition 2009 Paperback 80 pages Members: â‚Ź 75 Non-members: â‚Ź 150

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Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6

Principles Apron and taxiway markings for aircraft Apron markings for vehicles Apron signs Form and proportions of letters and numbers Examples of apron markings


This handbook provides a compilation of best industry practices taken from airports around the world and identifies some of the key areas that must be considered in the development of common use IT services. It provides airport operators with a high level overview as well as the detailed technical descriptions contained in the annexes.

Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8

Foreword Introduction Communication infrastructure Passenger services Flight information services Security systems Annexes Abbreviations index

First edition 2007 Paperback 58 pages Members: â‚Ź 75 Non-members: â‚Ź 150

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Common Use IT Handbook

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Airports and Persons with Disabilities: A handbook for airport operators

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This handbook, primarily addressed to airport operators, is intended to enhance the accessibility of air travel to persons with disabilities.

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Contents Fourth edition 2003 Paperback 40 pages Members: â‚Ź 50 Non-members: â‚Ź 100

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4

Aims and purposes of the handbook Definitions, legal considerations, types of disability Airport infrastructure and architecture Operational and organizational measures Annexes


The Application of Biometrics at Airports ACI recognizes the benefits if using biometrics to confirm personal identity for border control, airport passenger processing and airport access control, to improve security, efficiency and facilitation. Identity can be verified by capturing a biometric sample from an individual, and comparing it against references data securely recorded on a machine readable Travel document (MRTD) or stored in a database.

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Summary ACI Position Passenger Facilitation Airport utilization of staff biometrics credentials Consideration of ICAO recommendations Applications of Biometrics Definitions

November 2005 Paperback 16 pages Members: â‚Ź 20 Non-members: â‚Ź 60

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ACI Best Industry Practice Safety Management System Gap Analysis and Audit Tool An SMS Gap Analysis and Audit Tool template has been developed by ACI and contains a number of questions that will guide auditors through the Safety Mangement System (SMS) process.

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Safety Management System Corporate Safety Policy Non-Punitive Reporting Roles, Responsibilities and Employee Involvement Communication Safety Planning, Objectives and Goals Safety Performance Measurement Management Review SMS Committee Identification and Maintenance of Regulations and Best Industry Practice Documents SMS Documentation Records Management Proactive Process Reactive Process Investigation and Analysis Risk Management Training, Awareness and Competence Operational Quality Assurance Emergency Preparedness and Response

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ACI CUSS (Common Use Self-Service) Survey Report 2005 The report of the Common Use Self Service (CUSS) Kiosk Survey conducted in 2005/2006 contains a snapshot of the current CUSS deployments. 90 airports responded to the survey giving a wide spread to the results. The report gives details on the types of deployments taking place at airports as well as details such as the location of kiosks, bag drop set ups, and the technology being deployed on the kiosks.

2006 Paperback and eBook 16 pages Paperback Members: € 150 Non-members: € 300 eBook Members: € 150 Non-members: € 300

Contents

Foreword Introduction Survey results and analysis 1 Current Cuss deployment 2 CUSS kiosk platform details 3 Plans for future CUSS deployment 4 Development of the business case for CUSS projects 5 Conclusions 6 ACI policy on self service kiosks: ACI policy handbook

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ACI Survey on Apron Incidents and Accidents 2006 and 2007 The survey on apron incidents and accidents is designed to promote greater apron safety awareness among airport management, airlines and personnel, in conjunction with worldwide, regional and/or local apron safety campaigns and seminars. This survey is designed to promote greater apron safety awareness among airport management, airlines and personnel, in conjunction with worldwide, regional and/or local apron safety campaigns and seminars.

2009 eBook 44 pages

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Analysis of full year 2006 results Analysis of full year 2007 results Conclusions Apron Safety Definitions Survey form (2007)

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