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ACI World Report December 2009

The 2nd Annual ACI Airport Economics and Finance The premier industry conference & Exhibition on economic sustainability

February 23 - 24, 2010 Lancaster London, UK

Contents Message from the Director General ACI World at ICAO ACI World Standing Committees ACI World Governing Board October 2009 Traffic Statistics Keeping in touch with our members Events for 2010 ACI Global Training Publications World Business Partners Other News

Media partner

Jointly Hosted by

ACI World & ACI Europe Organised by

Insight Media Ltd

www.aci.aero/econfin

Message from the Director General

The 3rd annual conference & exhibition

REGIONAL AIRPORTS:

Engines for economic recovery Dubrovnik, Croatia March 15-17, 2010

Host

Host airport

Platinum sponsors

Organiser

Hotel

Media partners

One month to go in a year of great financial challenge for many airports around the world. The good news is that, heading into 2010, the “green shoots” have started to appear and most airports will have experienced some level of increase in traffic over 2009. We forecast a worldwide 2% increase for next year compared to this year.

Dubrovnik ®

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5th ACI Asia-Pacific Annual Conference, Assembly and Exhibition

www.aci-asiapac.aero www.aci-asiapac.aero

Navigating Airport Business through Challenges and Opportunities

11-14 May 2010 Sanya, Hainan, China Hilton Sanya Resort & Spa (conference venue) HNA Resort

Host

Organizer

The apparent easing of the financial crisis and the improvement in air service demand is not likely to stop airline attempts to exert control over airport charges. The World Economics Standing Committee has revised the ACI Policy Handbook on Airport Economics to reflect principles agreed in ICAO’s Conference on the Economics of Airports and Air Navigation Services (CEANS) and to identify the requisites of airport business in the modern age. Currently, ICAO is updating Document 9082 which provides implementing guidance to States. ACI staff and Members are participating in the Airport Economics Panel to ensure that the guidance reflects the ICAO principles and ACI policy. ACI will continue to advance the interests of airports through the activities in the World and Regional offices building with the strong participation of ACI Members. Best wishes to all for a Happy New Year!

Angela Gittens Director General, ACI World




ACI World at ICAO Europe moves closer to a decision on LAGs The European Parliament is expected to vote on a proposal concerning a phased listing of the restrictions on the carriage of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs). The first phase would see the lifting of the restrictions at airports in the European Union (plus Norway, Iceland and Switzerland) in respect of LAGs in Security Tamper Evident Bags (STEBs) carried by transfer passengers, from 29 April 2011. The second phase would see the lifting of all the restrictions on LAGs (both personal toiletries and travel retail purchases) from 29 April 2013. ACI World has been working closely with ACI Europe, which raised a number of concerns with the proposal in its recent article in the Moodie Report [http://www. moodiereport.com/document.php?c_id=31&doc_id=22479]. ACI World is also working closely with ICAO on this issue and has called on ICAO to coordinate the lifting of restrictions internationally. ACI World participated in the recent ICAO Workshop on the Screening and Carriage of LAGs, which was hosted by the European Commission in Brussels on 1617 November. 25 States also participated in the workshop, which provided a forum to review and discuss the progress being made in LAGs screening technology. The report of the workshop will be considered by the ICAO Participants at the ICAO Workshop Secretariat Study Group on the Carriage and Screening of LAGs, which will make recommendations to the ICAO AVSEC Panel, at its meeting in March 2010. ACI World will also be participating in these ICAO meetings and will keep members informed of developments.

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ACI World Standing Committees ACI Guidance Manual: Airport Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management Developed by the World Environment Standing Committee over the last 12 months, this guidance manual provides airports with a step by step guide to conducting inventories, setting goals, actions to take and reporting and certification. Download this FREE publication

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www.aci.aero/environment Below is the summary of the NEW Guidance Manual to give you a taster of

Summary This manual provides guidance for airport operators wishing to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The main aims are to provide the following: • Clear definitions of terms to promote consistent approaches despite various regional requirements. • Discussion on the various reasons why an airport operator might decide to manage GHG emissions. • Guidance on how to conduct a GHG emissions inventory and what airport and airport related sources to include. • Guidance on what GHG emissions species to include. • Guidance on how to categorize sources into Scopes 1, 2, 3A and 3B, and how these categories can assist emissions management programmes including setting goals and reporting. • References to documents assisting with the calculations of the quantities of emissions. • Guidance on the goals an airport operator can set for its emissions management programme. • Outlines of GHG emissions reduction projects. • Guidance on becoming Carbon Neutral and using offsetting to address residual emissions. • Guidance on reviewing programmes and reporting progress, including the necessity to report inclusions, exclusions and caveats. • Guidance on gaining accreditation for achievements made.

Press Release Climate change debate: ACI calls for a global sectoral approach for aviation ACI World has today sent out a Press Release urging delegates at the UNFCCC COP/15 meeting in Copenhagen to adopt a global sectoral approach for aviation. Click HERE to read the full Press Release.




ACI World Governing Board Right before the annual conference in Kuala Lumpur, the ACI World Governing Board had its semi-annual meeting where they adopted the 2010 budget and launched several exciting initiatives to increase services to members.

Highlights No assessment increase to the Regional offices The ACI World office is offsetting service increases with non-assessment revenue, much like airports are doing with non-aeronautical revenue.

Greenhouse Gas Emission Manual adopted Guidance Manual: Airport Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management

The Environmental Standing Committee has developed a manual to provide guidance for airport operators wishing to manage greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, including guidance on becoming Carbon Neutral. The Manual has now been e-published on the ACI World website. Thanks go to the Committee members who have worked so diligently to prepare what we trust will be a most useful contribution to airport environmental responsibility. [Click on the Manual to download this document]

Runway Excursion prevention report issued ACI contributed to a Flight Safety Foundation report to reduce the risk of runway excursions. The report has been issued to members and we recommend that the Runway Safety Committee at every airport study the lessons of the report and apply them, especially the Policies and Standard Operating Procedures for Airport Operators which are identified in chapter 6. [Click on the Report to download this document]

Revised Policy Handbook on Airport Economics

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

Look out for this on our website soon www.aci.aero



The Board has revised the Policy Handbook to reflect the fact that airports have become businesses in their own right and must make long-term strategic decisions designed for the benefit of the community and the end user: the passenger and the shipper. The Economics Standing Committee has developed a revised document that emphasizes the importance of airports as generators of economic value and recognizes the increasing competition in the airport sector and the strong commercial pressure from airport users. We thank the Committee for making the Handbook a true guide for the modern airport.


New middle management training programme to be developed To fill in the gap between certificated curricula at the top levels of management, with the highly acclaimed Airport Executive Leadership Programme (AELP) and Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP), and the GTH individual course work to enhance competency in selected disciplines, the Board approved a certificated programme for lower and mid managers. This will support the development of multitasking employees as we all strive to do more with less and provides a full career path for airport staff. GTH and the Training Steering Committee will develop the programme and you will hear more about this next year.

An educational path for Airport Managers from entry level to Executive Leadership Airport Executive programmes and career succession AELP planning

AMPAP Airport middle and departmental leadership, skill enhancement, knowledge and certification programmes

Airport Top Leadership programmes aimed at high level management

ACI Middle Management Training

GSN

Global Safety Network Training Programme aimed at operational Safety Professionals

Professional Certificate Airport entry level and supervisory training programmes, aimed at operational efficiencies

The 2nd Annual ACI Airport Economics and Finance The premier industry conference & Exhibition on economic sustainability

February 23 - 24, 2010 Lancaster London, UK Jointly Hosted by

Media partner

ACI World & ACI Europe Organised by

Insight Media Ltd

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October 2009 PaxFlash and FreightFlashTraffic Statistics October traffic: stabilization continues Freight traffic growth seen for the first time since July 2008 ACI’s monthly FreightFlash reports1.4 percent increase in international freight, 2.2 percent increase for domestic freight and 1.3 percent increase for total freight traffic in October 2009 compared to October 2008 (Table 1) . Angela Gittens, Director General ACI World, comments, “The black ink in all three freight categories for the first time since July 2008 is the best traffic news of the month. This is welcome positive progress coming on the heels of a steady narrowing of the negative gap with 2008 traffic results. This pattern mirrors the ‘down-flat-up’ curve we have seen in passenger traffic over the past few months.” TABLE 1: SUMMARY WORLDWIDE TRAFFIC RESULTS, OCTOBER 2009 (% CHANGE) OCT 2009 over OCT 2008

YTD Jan - Oct 2009 Over YTD 2008

Rolling 12 months, through Oct 2009

International passenger

- 0.2

- 5.4

- 5.5

Domestic passenger

3.5

- 2.5

- 3.3

Total passenger

1.8

- 3.9

- 4.4

International freight

1.4

- 15.3

- 16.2

Domestic freight

2.2

- 6.1

- 6.9

Total freight

1.3

- 12.4

- 13.2

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For the first ten months of 2009, total freight has declined by 12 percent, with international freight down by 15 percent and domestic freight by 6 percent, relative to the same 10-month period in 2008. Gittens adds, “A word of caution. This is not a sharp turning point, and even if positive growth continues in November and December, we are still likely to see a negative overall result for 2009 of about 10 percent.”


Passenger traffic continues the improvement trend, as reported in the ACI PaxFlash. Compared to October 2008, airports saw an increase of 1.8 percent in total global traffic, 3.5 percent in domestic traffic and flat performance (-0.2%) in international traffic. Positive results in October were bolstered by improved results in Europe and North America – mature markets hard hit by economic recession. Latin AmericaCaribbean airports registered strong domestic growth (up 26%). Continuing growth in Asia Pacific and Middle East markets also contributed to the improving overall results, although slightly below strong September results. African traffic remains slightly lower than monthly growth levels recorded in September. Comparing month by month results against 2008 for the past 12 months, global traffic International Domestic Total has continued to climb since May 2009, with domestic traffic leading the renewed demand curve. The slight decrease in domestic traffic is due to more moderate growth results primarily in China; modest results in the Philippines reflect the impact of bad weather conditions. Key Indian airports report good results including strong domestic traffic growth at Mumbai (+ 33.1 %), Delhi (+37.9 %), equally reported by Sao Paulo (GRU up 37%), Jakarta (+26.4%) and Bangkok (+54.9% domestic and +11.4% international ). International traffic leaders include Kuala Lumpur (+19.5%), Washington DC (+16.8 %), Dubai (+12.2%) and Istanbul (+13.6%). World passenger trends

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Please see the full regional breakdown of passenger and freight results (monthly, year-to-date and 12-month rolling year) provided in Tables 2 and 3. Trend charts provided on following pages. Click here to read the full press release with additional tables and charts

The ACI Worldwide Airport Traffic Report 2008 is available in PDF and Excel formats. A record number of 1357 airports participated in the survey this year, representing approximately 98 percent of global airport traffic. The latest report includes traffic analysis, trend charts, country-by-country and airport-byairport data.

Click on the report below to order the ACI Annual World Airport Traffic Report 2008




Keeping in touch with our members

ACI World ACI World’s bi-monthly magazine. It’s primary aim is to provide a forum for airport-related management issues, a vehicle for airports to promote and market themselves, and a direct route for suppliers of products and services to airports. Interviews with the top management at airports around the world as well as exclusive analyses of ACI data make up a major proportion of the magazine’s contents.

ACI World Report November 2009

ACI World Report is ACI World monthly newsletter relating ACI’s involvement at ICAO, industry issues concerning the World Standing Committees, global airport Statistics, Global Training, Events, and Publications.

www.aci.aero

Contents Message from the Director General ACI World at ICAO ACI World Standing Committees Above the Turbulence - Sustaining Business Excellence ACI Constitution September 2009 Traffic Statistics Publications / Magazines Events Global Training Hub World Business Partners

Message from the Director General Last week, along with hundreds of colleagues, I attended the 19th ACI World Annual General Assembly and ACI Asia-Pacific Conference and Exhibition in Kuala Lumpur. This event was generously hosted by Malaysian Airports, and I would like to extend my sincerest thanks to Tan Sri Bashir and his team for their excellent hospitality and organization during this event. The theme of the Conference, Above the turbulence and sustaining business excellence, gave me the opportunity to give our members a frank account of the latest update on the industry situation which hints at the beginnings of an upswing from the doldrums of the past months. My aim was to clearly define our business needs and articulate “our vision which is one that is built on a safety culture and globally harmonized operations. … we need the ability to adapt and make business decisions without excessive regulation; the flexibility for greater commercial development and revenue diversification; and a strong voice for airports. We are moving to an era where airports are a force to be reckoned with in the industry.“ Our cornerstones of Safety, Security, Economic regulation, and Environment are as always our priority areas of focus. We talked about our efforts working with Public health authorities to both provide information to Members and to provide the airport perspective on proposed contingency planning. We talked about how technological advances can enable progress in all our priority concerns and how the knowledge transfer opportunities being provided with the expansion of ACI Training is a valuable resource in achieving high industry standards of excellence. Only though your participation can we build and maintain a strong and united voice for our industry. Long-term solutions involve sharing expert advice; making contact with government authorities on relevant issues; speaking at events; responding to ACI surveys; and continue to participate at our events. Think long-term, think sustainable: the excellence of your operations can best be enhanced through staying informed on best practices around the world and investment in your staff. Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World

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ACI Asia-Pacific The Asia-Pacific region was created by the merger of ACI’s Asia and Pacific regions, is the fastest growing of all ACI’s regions and possibly the most dynamic in terms of airport development and traffic growth. It is this exciting industry that ACI Asia-Pacific represents and Asia-Pacific Airports magazine serves. If you are unable to read the HTML format of the newsletter, please visit our website to download the pdf file.

ACI Asia-Pacific Biweekly The Official ACI Asia-Pacific Newsletter

The Voice’s of the World’s Airport 16 November 2009

ACI Asia-Pacific produce a bi-weekly newsletter for their members with all the latest news, information and views from the Aci Asia-pacific office.

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Industry Leaders Gathered at Kuala Lumpur in attending ACI Annual Conference

ACI, together with the host airport, the Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) welcomed over 600 representatives from 67 countries who gathered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to attend the ACI World and ACI Asia-Pacific Annual Conference held on November 1 – 3. Notable keynote speakers included Dato’ Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, Director General of Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia, Mr. Greg Duffell, President & CEO of Pacific Air Travel Association (PATA); Mr. Alexander ter Kuile, Secretary General of Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) who represented the national civil aviation, travel & tourism and air navigation services providers. Managing Director of MAHB, Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad welcomed the delegates warmly to Kuala Lumpur at the opening session, “Being able to host this event presents us with the opportunity to showcase and promote Malaysia. It gives Malaysia Airports the chance to spearhead the meeting of minds of key personnel in the aviation sector which reflects the acknowledgement of our contribution to the aviation industry. I am confident that all delegates will gain valuable knowledge and experience from all the informative sessions on the global aviation issues presented by the experienced speakers”.

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Mr. Jim Cherry and Mr. Max Moore-Wilton, the ACI Chair and ACI Asia-Pacific President representing ACI World welcome members from all five regions in supporting ACI and joined our annual conferences.


The official quarterly magazine of ACI Europe with industry news, features, articles and events.

www.aci-europe.org ACI Latin America-Caribbean The ACI Latin America-Caribbean office sends a daily update on regional industry news to their members, with links to news articles in English and Spanish.

www.aci-lac.aero

ACI North America

The quarterly magazine of ACI-NA. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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Events for 2010

Click below to link through to the ACI Regions for their full listing of events

ACI Africa ACI Asia Pacific ACI Europe ACI Latin America and Caribbean ACI North America

2010 February 23 - 24

April 21 - 23 May 11 - 14 June 16 - 18

ACI World – ACI Europe Airport Economics and Finance Conference and Exhibition

London, UK

Airport Cities World Conference & Exhibition

Beijing, China

ACI Asia-Pacific Assembly, Regional Conference & Exhibition

Sanya, Hainan, China

ACI Europe 20th Annual Assembly, Congress and Exhibition

Milan, Italy

September ACI Africa TBC 20th Assembly, Regional Conference & Exhibition 20 - 22 Power of India: New Horizons for commercial airport revenues 26 - 29 ACI North America 19th Annual Conference and Exhibition November 1-3 ACI World – ACI Latin America-Caribbean World Annual General Assembly

The 3rd annual conference & exhibition

REGIONAL AIRPORTS:

Engines for economic recovery Dubrovnik, Croatia March 15-17, 2010

Host

Host airport

Platinum sponsors

Organiser

Hotel

Media partners

Dubrovnik ®

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Abuja, Nigeria New Delhi, India Pittsburgh, USA

Bermuda


The 2nd Annual ACI Airport Economics and Finance The premier industry conference & Exhibition on economic sustainability

Jointly Hosted by

Media partner

ACI World & ACI Europe Organised by

Insight Media Ltd Download the Conference Brochure Airports Council International (ACI) is pleased to invite the global airport industry to attend the 2nd Annual Airport Economics and Finance two-day conference and exhibition on financial management and economic sustainability of airports. This international event will take place in the Lancaster London from February 23-24, 2010. A global economic slowdown, weakening demand, tight credit markets, volatile energy prices and changing regulatory frameworks mean it is vital for the industry to gather together to find long-term solutions. Now is the time for airport CEOs, CFOs and finance managers as well as investors, airport proprietors, regulators and academics to come together to discuss the implications, share expertise, exchange ideas and solutions and formulate strategic responses to these fundamental challenges. The Forum provides a one stop, global platform to facilitate discussion of the key issues that will shape the financial performance and help ensure the long-term financial health of your airport business. Conference Programme Summary Day 1 ACI Welcome Session 1 - State of the Industry Session 2 - Assessing Airport Financing Session 3 - Airport Performance Management and Cost Control Session 4 - Consultation with Users – Are we on the same page? Day 2 Session 5 - The CFO Perspective: Steering the ship after the storm Session 6 - Governance & Economic Oversight Session 7 - Afternoon workshop: Airport pricing

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Tabletop Rate: â‚Ź2,500 (Euros) Tabletop exhibition stands allow your company to be positioned in the main networking area. - Includes one free conference pass

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Monday Evening February 22, 2010 Drinks Reception - Lancaster London

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ACI Global Training Reach your highest potential We believe helping our community develop their skills is key to our overall success. Through the establishment of the ACI Global Training, Airports Council International (ACI) took an important step in making training more accessible. Our mission at GTH aims to provide high quality, comprehensive training solutions to enhance ACI’s members’ level of performance, promoting airport excellence. Our training organization offers accreditation programmes, certifications, in-house training courses, as well as a wide range of web-based training programmes through our Online Learning Centre (OLC) that will offer the flexibility and adaptability our members need, based on your input and feedback. Our aim is to become a centre of excellence, the provider of choice for a community of regional members that will look to us for the provision of a comprehensive training programme they can depend on. We hope you find this catalogue useful. A team of education professionals is at your service to answer any questions regarding these courses.

Global Training Hub www.aci.aero/training

ACI Training Course Catalogue

2010

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GMR Aviation Academy appointed as Airports Council International’s Global Training Hub for the Asia Pacific Region

Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World and Mr. Kiran Kumar Grandhi, Business Chairman, Airports, GMR Group

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited (GHIAL) and Airports Council International, (ACI World) Geneva, have signed an agreement for the appointment of the GMR Aviation Academy as a Global Training Hub for the Asia Pacific region. The GMR Aviation Academy will facilitate ACI’s training opportunities that help develop managerial and operational standards, and spread knowledge of best practices throughout the world’s airports.

Date

Programme Title

Duration

20 – 22 Jan

Introduction to Airport Business

3 days

01 – 05 Feb

Safety Management System Module 1

5 day

15 – 19 Feb

Air Transport System - AMPAP Mandatory

5 days

22 – 26 Feb

Airline Management for Airport Professional – AMPAP Elective

5 days

08 – 10 Mar

Managing Service Quality at Airports

3 days

15 – 19 Mar

ACI/ICAO User Charges AMPAP Elective

5 days

18 – 20 May

Airport Business Development & Planning

3 days

08 – 12 Nov

Emergency Planning and Crisis Management Module 3

5 days

06 - 08 Dec

Understanding Annex 14

3 days

Click HERE to read the full Press Release

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Managing Service Quality at Airports’ course was conducted at the Piarco Airport ACI Global Training Centre From the 1st - 3rd December 2009, the ACI GTH ‘Managing Service Quality at Airports’ course was conducted at the Piarco Airport ACI Global Training Centre. Twenty two participants from Trinidad, Tobago and Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles), actively participated in this new programme, succesfully launched in November 2009. Members from virtually all airport departments were represented there, marketing, security, operations, health, safety, environment, maintenance and information services, as an excellent approach from the Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago to enhance the service quality culture across the entire organization. Moreover, the company Servisair, one of the licensed ground handlers in Piarco International Airport, participated with three representatives, showing the great benefits of real, effective partnership in service quality among all airport stakeholders.

Participants at the ‘Managing Service Quality at Airports’ course in Trinidad This 3-Day course is designed to equip airport managers with practical tools for measuring, benchmarking and improving service quality, using the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) programme. The course uses an airport case study, with participants working in teams, benchmarking the airport against industry best practice, analysing specific problems and developing a continuous improvement action plan. The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago provided excellent support to the participants and instructors, ensuring that the course was successful and that the participants enjoyed their stay. The ‘Managing Service Quality at Airports’ course is part of the ACI Global Training course programme and will be available both in-house and at regional training centres. For more details, please contact training@aci.aero

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ACI/ICAO AMPAP gateway course hosted by Incheon International Airport Corporation Incheon International Airport Corporation hosted the ACI/ICAO AMPAP programme gateway course, the Air Transport System (ATS), from 16 - 20 November. This 15th offering of the ATS course was attended by 17 participants from Korea, UAE, India, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Australia, and the Marshall Islands. The course leader was AMPAP Programme Executive, Dr. Pierre Coutu, joined by ICAO’s AMPAP Team Leader, Dr. Ruwantissa Abeyratne and ACI AMPAP Team Leader Paul Behnke. Dr. Abeyratne, participating as an instructor in his third ATS course, noted: “This group was composed of very senior airport executives, many of whom had a legal background, making my own sessions on airport legal issues all the more interactive and interesting. The quality and expertise of the class made my involvement very rewarding.” Dr. Coutu added: “The two group exercises were delivered with considerable creativity and sophistication. Each course is different, but I would rate this one as among the most stimulating in terms of the way the class responded to the material and took it to the next level.”

In the photo, Dr. C.W. Lee, Incheon’s CEO, is fourth from the left in the front row. He took the time to speak to the class about his vision for Incheon.

ACI Training Course Schedule To help you plan your training budget for 2010, on the following page find the ACI list of courses for the first quarter of 2010.

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ACI GLOBAL TRAINING course schedule Jan Feb Mar 2010 Date

Course

Programme/

Location

Partner

(country)

Location

Language

Price

AFRICA 07-11 February

GSN Module 2 - Airside Safety and Operations

GSN

Egypt

Cairo

English

EUR 1000

02-04 March

Revenus nona茅ronautiques

Economics /

Tunisia

Tunis

French

EUR 650

21-23 March

Airport Master Planning

Safety

Egypt

Cairo

English

EUR 650

22-24 March

Understanding ICAO Annex 14

Safety

South

Johannesburg

English

EUR 650

English

EUR 650

English

EUR 650

English

EUR 650

Commercial

Africa

ASIA PACIFIC 17-19 January

Understanding ICAO Annex 14

Safety

20-22 January

Introduction to Airport Business

Other

Air Traffic Forecasting

Economics /

United Arab Dubai

Commercial

Emirates

GSN

India

Hyderabad

English

EUR 1000

AMPAP

India

Hyderabad

English

EUR 1000

English

EUR 1000

01-03 February 01-05 February

GSN Module 1 - Safety Management Systems

22-26 February Airline Management for Airport Professionals

Emirates Hyderabad

Elective GSN

Airport Route Development and Marketing

Economics /

08-10 March

Managing Service Quality at Airports

15-19 March

08-10 March

India

Subjects

GSN Module 2 - Airside Safety and Operations

07-11 March

United Arab Dubai

United Arab Dubai Emirates Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

English

EUR 650

Facilitation

India

Hyderabad

English

EUR 650

ACI/ ICAO Airport User Charges

AMPAP

India

Hyderabad

English

EUR 2000

Airport Non-Aeronautical Revenues

Economics /

Turkey

Istanbul

English

EUR 650

GSN

Switzerland

Geneva

English

EUR 1000

AMPAP

Switzerland

Geneva

English

EUR 1000

Safety

Panama

Panama City

Spanish

USD 650

22-26 February GSN Module 1 - Safety Management Systems

GSN

Trinidad

Port of Spain

English

EUR 1000

24-26 February Airport Security

Security

Jamaica

Jamaica

English

USD 150

Economics /

Trinidad

Port of Spain

English

USD 650

Panama

Panama City

English-

TBA

Commercial

Elective

EUROPE 18-20 January

15-19 February GSN Module 1 - Safety Management Systems 01-05 March

Airport Human Resources Management

Commercial

Elective

LATIN AMERICA 18-20 January

08-10 March

Seguridad Aeroportuaria - Anexo 14

Air Traffic Forecasting

Commercial 12-15 March

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Economics / Commercial

To Register for any of our courses please visit our website

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Publications ACI produces a range of information handbooks for its members and for the wider aviation industry which are compiled and revised regularly by the subject matter ACI Standing Committees comprising specialists from within the industry. Visit our website to place your order at www.aci.aero or for more information contact Caroline Knoepfel at cknoepfel@aci.aero.

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World Business Partners The World Business Partners Programme extends a warm welcome to their new members: Focusadvertising is the Middle East network team for worldwide partners inc. Our philosophy is based on offering the rigorous marketing and business principles that clients require and marry them with our extensive expertise in the Saudi Arabian and Regional market – building synergy between specialists in the marketing industry. www.focusad.com

Other news

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ACI World Congratulates Three new Honorary Members At the World Annual General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur in November, Bob Manning, Richard Siegel and Louis Turpen were nominated and approved to become ACI Honorary Members.

Alexander ter Kuile, Secretary General, CANSO ACI World would like to extend its best wishes to Alexander ter Kuile and our appreciation for his strides in the industry over the past nine years. We wish him well in his future persuits.

5th ACI Asia-Pacific Annual Conference, Assembly and Exhibition

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Navigating Airport Business through Challenges and Opportunities

11-14 May 2010 Sanya, Hainan, China Hilton Sanya Resort & Spa (conference venue) HNA Resort

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Membership contacts

In an effort to reach all our members and keep you informed of what ACI World is doing for you, please let us know if your email address will/has changed. Contact Howie Baggott in our membership department: hbaggott@aci.aero If you are reading this on our website and you would like to receive World Report by email please contact Jenny Waddell: jwaddell@aci.aero. Published by ACI World, Geneva Editor: Jenny Waddell, jwaddell@aci.aero, +41 22 717 8589

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