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AIRPORTS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL The Voice of the World’s Airports

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ACI Holiday Card Message from Thella F. Bowens, President/Chief Executive Officer, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (ACI World Governing Board Member) Message from Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World The City of Quito Awards The “Grand Collar Luis Hector Chislain Baron of Carondelet and Medal” to Philippe Baril ACI Congratulates IFALPA on its Move to Montreal: reinforcing Montreal’s position as the world aviation capital ACI Scores Major Success at ICAO Air Navigation Conference The 21st ACI-LAC Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Passenger Traffic Slows to 2.3% Growth in October as Air Freight Stagnates Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World Accepts ACC Aviation Award of Excellence and Launches Airport Passenger Advocacy Project Airports Council International (ACI) Signs Joint Declaration on Air Navigation Service Infrastructure Highlights from the 197th Session of the ICAO Council ACI ACRIS Project Reaches Cruising Speed in London Dublin to Host ACI Global Training Course Airport Service Quality

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Baggage Screening Training for the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority

ACI Welcomes New World Business Partners

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Want a Sustainable Organization? Optimize Your Human Capital By Thella F. Bowens, President/Chief Executive Officer, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

Thella F. Bowens President/Chief Executive Officer San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

To achieve sustainable high performing organizations, 21st century leaders must use a contemporary approach to optimizing their human capital. Today’s generations of industry professionals require new and innovative leadership practices. In the case of San Diego’s Airport Authority, our focus is firmly on the practices we believe are essential to the continuing success of our organization. Using an innovative approach toward futuring enabled us to develop a unified vision and clarity around the financial realities of our business. Utilizing visualization methodologies helped our employees understand how their work contributes to our organization’s success. This resulted in over 7 out of every 10 employees clearly understanding their role’s importance in our operations, which is up from less than 1 in 5 employees prior to “strategically engaging” our employees. These results compare favorably with published reports indicating that approximately 7 in 10 U.S. employees are not engaged in their work. To supplement this work, we are building leadership competence at every level. Next, we are working on partnerships with our stakeholders (airlines, concessionaires, community partners, and governmental agencies) to help enhance the customer

experience through the human performance required for a 21st century airport ecosystem. As we plan for our future, it is important to recognize that our workforce demographics will shift in the coming years and with it will come not only changes in the makeup of our workforce but also changes in the ways we work. We all know the truth in the words shared by Angela Gittens in her speech at the September ACI Annual World Conference in Calgary: “Airports are diverse and diversified businesses, with different physical, geographic, and climactic conditions . . . and different traffic, passenger, shipper, and community demographics….” At the same ACI World Conference, we heard from airports as diverse as Montreal, Dubai, London City, and San Diego. While each of our stories context may have been different, focusing on what we all had in common was enlightening. From each airport’s presentation, the common opportunity was our individual and collective need to maximize the ROI of every available organizational asset, including our human capital. Regardless of where we work, factors that will influence how we work include: demographic shifts, talent migration and technology changes, as well as consumer and employee expectations of organizations. While we all recognize the value of the airport industry to local, national and global economic vitality, an airport’s human capital serves as each organization’s engine. This is a story which needs to be told to employees and prospective employees as well as we tell it to our business and governmental leaders. In fact, human capital is really the equivalent of an organization’s capability. Clearly business in the 21st century is conducted differently than it was in the 20th century. In order to be as successful in the future as we have been in the past, every organization needs to strategically engage their workforce in the most important priorities to ensure sustained individual and organizational success.


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support the view that international aviation mitigation measures on climate change are best assigned to the This year was a whirlwind of activity for Airports Council International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). At the International as we strategically advocated at high6th Aviation and Environment Summit, ACI along with level international and regional events to advance the other industry leaders, reaffirmed our commitment interests of our airport members to rigorous targets to reduce worldwide. We also launched a aviation emissions. Later in the number of tools and programs to year, ACI had the opportunity help our members achieve airport to represent ATAG in a public excellence and build capacity send-off as ICAO Secretary and resilience in the face of General Raymond Benjamin industry challenges in key areas: departed on a “Flight path Airport Economics, Environment, to a Sustainable Future” in Safety, Information Technology association with United Nations and Facilitation, and Security. Conference on Sustainable Development (also known as In Airport Economics, we Rio+20). This event saw the firstlaunched our Guide to Airport ever series of connecting flights Performance Measures, the 2011 exclusively on aircraft powered ACI World Airport Traffic Report by biofuels. In September, and the Global Traffic Forecast ACI passed a resolution at 2012-2031. We continued to the ACI World Annual General deliver monthly passenger Assembly urging states and and freight information flash other stakeholders to work reports and on-demand custom collaboratively through ICAO statistical information packages on market-based measures to Angela Gittens to our members worldwide to reduce aviation’s impact on the Director General support their data-driven decision environment and launched the ACI World making. Once again, ACI jointly Airport Carbon and Emissions produced the Trinity retail conference that unites the Reporting Tool (ACERT) to help smaller airports trinity of airports, retailers and brand manufacturers in calculate their greenhouse gas emissions. the quest to advance airport commercial development. Airport operators increasingly rely on the strength of In Airport Safety, ACI completed Airport Excellence non-aeronautical revenues to fund investment in airport (APEX) in Safety Reviews in Honduras, Indonesia, infrastructure. We launched our Airport Service Quality Mozambique, Romania, Togo and Zambia. We continue (ASQ) Retail programme to help commercial managers to receive positive feedback and high levels of interest improve the performance of their food and beverage and from our airport members worldwide. In this respect, retail sectors. And at the 4th annual Airport Economics we signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with ICAO to and Finance Conference & Exhibition, ACI held strengthen the levels of safety-related collaboration and special workshops on public-private partnerships and data sharing between our two organizations. ACI also understanding passenger demographics in addition to signed a Memorandum of Understanding to conduct presenting world class speakers and valuable content. Safety Review at airports managed by Airports Authority of India (AAI), one of the largest airport authorities in The ICAO Air Transport Symposium concluded with the world. Finally, at the ACI World Annual General agreement on the urgent need for airport infrastructure. Assembly, our World Governing Board approved the ACI agreed to provide input on a cohesive and expansion and official launch of the programme that will consistent approach in an international regulatory see the number of APEX Safety Reviews triple in 2013. environment and advocate for maximum flexibility in favour of airports taking firm control of their futures. To advance in Information Technology and Passenger Facilitation the World Governing Board established the In the area of the Environment, ACI continued to work ACI Aviation Community Recommended Information through the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) to Services (ACRIS) to guide the development of a


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harmonised framework to facilitate the sharing of information among aviation community stakeholders. To demonstrate ACRIS’s benefits and business drivers, a Proof of Concept demonstration project was held at selected European airports which enabled flight information exchange and common situational awareness. As well, ACI World has entered a joint project with the Civil Aviation Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) to build on the ACI-Europe joint project with EuroControl to advance the use of Airport Collaborative Decision Making at busy airports around the world, a feature that will help aviation partners optimize their operations under normal conditions and better respond to and recover from irregular operations. Most recently, ACI supported ICAO’s Aviation System of Block Upgrades (ASBUs) at ICAO’s 12th Air Navigation Conference, which is based on the notion of a harmonised architecture to connect the global air navigation system in the face of air traffic modernisation efforts in many countries. In a similar vein, earlier this year, ACI participated in a Ministers’ Roundtable on Volcanic Ash Cloud and other Crises which included ministerial level participants from Russia, Norway, New Zealand, the United States and Germany to develop contingency plans in the event of significant failure in the air transportation system. In the realm of Security, ACI engaged with appropriate parties in the run-up to the ICAO High Level Conference on Aviation Security such that the outcomes were acceptable to airports. Much work at the committee and regional levels was necessary to support a positive result. As well, this teamwork helped bring about a

more rational approach to the issue of European Union restrictions on the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels. 2012 has been a watershed year for raising the profile of airports worldwide and getting the airport voice heard among those of other aviation stakeholders on the international stage. We look forward to further building on this success and in mining the opportunities for collaboration with these other aviation stakeholder to address the challenges facing the industry. Thanks go to our leaders on the World and Regional boards, to our Members whose sense of commitment to one another makes us all stronger, and to our staff that work hard and work smart. I am proud to serve this inspiring group of people. I wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year. I hope to see you soon.

Angela Gittens Director General ACI World


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The City of Quito Awards The “Grand Collar Luis Hector Chislain Baron of Carondelet and Medal” to Philippe Baril On 6 December 2012, The City of Quito awarded the “Grand Collar Luis Hector Chislain Baron of Carondelet and Medal” to Philippe Baril, President of Quiport and President of the Airports Council International LAC, the Grand Collar and Medal Luis Hector Chislain of Carondelet and Baron of Carondelet, is destined for outstanding foreigners whose activities have benefited the city of Quito and the country. The ceremony took place during the Municipal Solemn Session at the Sucre National Theater, where the venue was transformed into an official Palace. The Municipal Solemn Session is the most important ceremonial act celebrated in the city only once a year at the commemoration of the 448 founding of the city, for which the President of the Republic Dr. Rafael Correa, and the leader of the Congress are present to honoured the award request.

Left to right: Augusto Barrera, Mayor of Quito; Daniel Baril (son of Philippe Baril); Philippe Baril, President of Quiport and President of Airports Council International Latin America-Caribbean


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ACI Congratulates IFALPA on its Move to Montreal: reinforcing Montreal’s position as the world aviation capital On 6 December 2012, ACI Director General Angela Gittens presented a plaque to International Federation of Airline Pilots’ Associations (IFALPA) to congratulate the pilots’ organization on its move to Montreal and the opening of its new office on McGill Street, close to ACI. This move demonstrates again that Montreal is a powerful magnet for international aviation organizations, to provide ready access to ICAO and to all the other international organizations.

Shown here receiving the plaque are IFALPA’s Managing Director Capt. Andreas Meyer and ICAO representative, Capt. Mike Jackson, together with ACI’s Angela Gittens and David Gamper.


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ACI Scores Major Success at ICAO Air Navigation Conference The Conference , which was held in Montreal from 19 to 30 November, deliberated ICAO’s proposals for the “Aviation System Block Upgrade” (ASBU) approach to creating the future Air Navigation system and a revised draft Global Air Navigation Plan. ACI was represented by Chief Delegate Angela Gittens, Delegates Ali Tounsi (ACI Africa), David Gamper Crag Bradbrook and Michael Rossell, other staff and airport representatives. ACI also had a popular Exhibition Stand showcasing its programmes including APEX, Training, ASQ and Publications. ACI also sponsored a lunch at the conference, and Angela Gittens gave a wellreceived speech on ACI action across the broad sweep of its activities. Staff also held many side-meetings to obtain further support for APEX from States and Civil Aviation Conferences (AFCAC, ECAC, LACAC etc.).

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will be reported to the Council and taken into account in its policy deliberations. A-CDM The conference adopted ACI’s recommendation stating that ICAO should “work with the Airports Council International (ACI) and other interested parties on guidance material to promote the globally-harmonized implementation of airport collaborative decision-making, including best practices and global technical standards”

A-CDM is an essential approach to obtaining greater efficiency in airport operations, and is covered in the immediate, short term and medium term elements of the block upgrade approach. Block upgrades are suites of measures which work together to produce a systematic improvement in capability – rather The Conference agreed than under the current that airports represent process where one of the three major improvements are Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World components in an introduced piecemeal integrated approach to to bring about small improving the performance of air transportation, along with incremental changes, and are not globally interoperable. aircraft and air traffic management. As en-route capacity is increased, airports, being the nodes of the air traffic The Conference agreed that A-CDM systems should be network, could be potential choke points if nothing is done interconnected with en-route and regional ATM, and also to address this constraint. Increased runway infrastructure be connected by System Wide Information Management and advances in air navigation and aircraft systems are (SWIM_ to form a broad network that has airports as its fundamental to increasing airport capacity; however, nodes. The approach should extend to include all aspects overall airport surface operations must also be optimized to of landside and passenger terminal operations at airports. improve airport performance. An Airport CDM has been shown to optimise ground operations and extend the reach of CDM, beyond “gate ACI put forward three working papers under the Agenda to gate” optimisation, to what may be called “kerb to kerb” item on Aerodrome Operations – Improving Airport optimisation. Performance, covering: Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM); Performance-based navigation (PBN); The Conference also appreciated that ACI had taken and, the ACI APEX in Safety programme. a strategic decision to promote airport efficiency by For each of them, ACI’s Recommendations were supported encouraging the development of standardized A-CDM at strongly by States and adopted in the Report – this is a airports worldwide, using a set of standard milestones for major success as the Conclusions and Recommendations critical information (e.g. Target Off-Block Time - TOBT).


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Continued... ACI Scores Major Success at ICAO Air Navigation Conference In order to take this forward ACI has entered into a Memorandum of Cooperation with CANSO to work on guidelines for worldwide application of A-CDM, and on pilot projects to prove the value of a consistent worldwide approach, including a framework and protocol for data interchange. The Conference acknowledged the importance of airport collaborative decision making (A-CDM) as an enabler for airport partners to work together more efficiently and transparently and recognized that through the use of A-CDM, information sharing among stakeholders would be improved and the use of local capacity optimized.

mechanisms this could entail, would be an important issue for ICAO to pursue, through the Air Transport Conference in March next year. The Conference recognized that airport authorities were key stakeholders and needed to be involved early in the PBN planning process in order to address/mitigate potential impacts such as community noise exposure and airport infrastructure requirements.

APEX The Conference adopted ACI’s Left to right: recommendation Anthony Tisdall, Program Manager, Operations Standing Committee “that the ICAO CANSO; David Gamper, ACI World; Council supports the Bernard Gonsalves, Assistant Director Technical Affairs, CANSO. PBN implementation of The Conference adopted the APEX in Safety ACI’s Recommendation that “States, when considering Programme and asks the Secretary General to continue performance-based navigation routes arriving at and ICAO participation in safety reviews and sharing of relevant departing from airports, should ensure that air navigation safety information, as provided for in the Memorandum of service providers and aircraft operators involve airport Cooperation between ACI and ICAO”. operators from the outset so that they may consult fully with local communities in order to avoid adverse noise impact on ACI’s working paper emphasised that Safety was ACI’s those communities”. top priority, that the APEX in Safety Programme was ACI’s ACI presented a paper which stated that PBN could contribution to global efforts into improve aviation safety, give great efficiency and safety benefits for airports and and that ACI was pleased to have signed a Memorandum of encouraged its implementation. However, airport operators Cooperation with ICAO on enhancing safety (in June 2012) frequently found that noise issues overshadowed the which provided the foundation for ICAO’s support for and introduction of any new routes for arrival and departure from participation in the APEX in Safety programme. airports, and the airport operator was often the focus for As the name APEX (Airport Excellence) in Safety suggests, both opposition to change and discussions and mediation the aim of the programme was to help all airports improve with the local community their level of safety, through a process of continuous improvement. APEX comprises a tool box of Guidance Another issue was how to encourage the operational use Material, Training, Airport Safety Reviews, Performance of PBN procedures that were ready and approved. In our measurement tools and KPIs and continuous education paper we suggested “incentivising” aircraft operators to activities. upgrade the avionics on their aircraft by giving defined benefits to equipped aircraft. This, particularly the funding Commenting on the outcome of the Conference Angela


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Continued... ACI Scores Major Success at ICAO Air Navigation Conference Gittens said that ” This was proof writ large that airports are a vital part of the future air navigation system and through this important Conference the aviation community has recognised ACI as true partners. But this political commitment is just the start – In 15 years’ time the number of passengers will have doubled and we now have to work together to ensure that the reality matches the promise that the Block Upgrade approach offers.” The last major ICAO Conference on Air Navigation was held in 2005. For further information please contact David Gamper at dgamper@aci.aero

Left to right: David Gamper, Director, Safety and Technical, ACI World; Albert Aidoo Taylor, Director, ATM Services Ghana Civil Aviation Authority; Michael Rossell, Director, ICAO Relations, ACI World.

A few ACI World employees at ICAO’s Twelfth Air Navigation Conference


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The 21st ACI-LAC Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico by John Webster, Senior Manager, Global Training

The 21st ACI-LAC Assembly, Conference and Exhibition was held from 10-13 November 2012 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and graciously hosted by Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico (GAP). The main theme of the conference was “Managing a Sustainable Growth”. The Conference was well attended from representatives of member airports throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. The topics discussed were sufficiently diverse to address the areas of interest to airport managers in the region. Some of the panels of greatest interest included: 1. Collaborative Work among the Industry: Key to Manage a Sustainable Growth This session had panelists from the airports, airlines and local tourist agencies to discuss how collaboration is fundamental to operate in a growing market, considering economic, social and sustainable perspectives. The areas that were analysed were that of capacity, infrastructures, services, costs, regulations and several other components. 2. Generating Revenues to Fund Airports Capacity Development Given the 9% growth of passenger traffic in the region, airports need to develop and enhance airport capacity. This session explored the best practices in commercial concessions management and other non-aeronautical revenue generation activities for airports to become financially independent and economically sustainable. 3. Enhancement of Airport Services: A Way Forward to Attract New Airlines Airports operate in a highly competitive environment and in order to grow, they have to focus on must maximizing their potential market share in catchment areas shared by other competitors. This session looked at the importance of airports providing the required infrastructures and competitive services for developing and attracting existing as well as new air airlines.

4. Traffic Growth and Safety: Initiatives to cope with the Challenge In this session, important initiatives such as the ACI Airport Excellence (APEX) in Safety programme were presented, which showcased how ACI and ICAO are working closely together in order to enhance the safety levels required to cope with traffic increases in the region. Another session that received high levels of participation and interaction from participants was the presentation, “Customer Service: Moving from Ordinary to WOW” delivered by Joanne Paternoster. Her session focused on how excellent customer service provided by an airport (which includes all stakeholders working at and within the airport) needs to match customer perceptions and needs. In doing so, the customer will be delighted by great service, the airport’s image will be enhanced, and employees will be more engaged, which will all have a positive impact on net revenues and sustained growth. The conference was a great success, with informative panel discussions held at a wonderful venue suited for networking opportunities with World Business Partners and other airport employees in the region who share common goals and objectives. ACI Global Training recommends the following courses which complement the topics discussed at the conference as they provide in-depth information: • • • • • • • •

Airport Revenue Generation Airport Non-Aeronautical Revenues Airport Route Development & Marketing ACI/ICAO User Charges Developing a Customer Service Culture Airport Environmental Management – Online Global Safety Network (GSN) Diploma Airport Safety Management Systems (SMS) Implementation

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Passenger Traffic Slows to 2.3% Growth in October as Air Freight Stagnates Global passenger traffic showed only modest gains for the month of October. While emerging markets in AsiaPacific, Latin America-Caribbean and the Middle East all posted gains of over +5%, the economic slowdown in North American and European markets resulted in almost no change in year-over-year passenger traffic. Adding to this fact, many major North American airports along the eastern seaboard were temporarily crippled by Hurricane Sandy. Miami (MIA), New York (JFK) and Newark (EWR) all faced declines of -3.2, -3.8 and -8.3% respectively, which was attributable mainly to the hurricane. On the other hand, a few key international airports in emerging markets continue to have buoyant traffic increases helping to maintain a global growth trend in positive territory. Singapore (SIN), Istanbul (IST) and Jakarta (CGK) continue to experience double-digit growth rates. According to the World Trade Organization, the expansion of world trade will slow to 2.5% in 2012 as a result of slowing global output, which is down from 5.0% in 2011. With an overall slowdown in the movement of goods across borders, international air freight has contracted by -1.2%,

while total freight remains flat. Several major international freight hubs experienced sharp declines in air freight traffic. Major hub airports such as Incheon (ICN), Paris (CDG) and Anchorage (ANC) observed year-over-year declines of -1.9, -5.0 and -13.1% respectively. Conversely, the volume of domestic freight traffic, has increased by +1.8% in the month of October. ACI World’s Economics Director Rafael Echevarne commented, “As we approach the end of 2012, global air freight traffic is expected to be flat as compared to 2011. Order shipments of high value added goods, which make up a large component of the volume of international air freight, have been curtailed in tandem with the slowdown in international trade. While passenger traffic shows signs of deceleration, this is in line with ACI expectations for the year. That being said, Hurricane Sandy has impacted the overall growth trends for the month of October. Regardless, it’s impressive to see the overall global resilience of passenger traffic in spite of the Eurozone crises, fiscal cliffs and other economic uncertainties among which airports operate.”

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Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World Accepts ACC Aviation Award of Excellence and Launches Airport Passenger Advocacy Project

On 8 November during the Airport Consultants Council (ACC) Annual Conference & Exposition awards luncheon in Bonita Springs, Florida, Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World accepted her award as recipient of the 2012 ACC Aviation Award of Excellence. Angela Gittens was selected as the recipient of this award because of the extraordinary breadth of her contributions to the aviation industry, her ability to be a strong advocate on behalf of many aviation stakeholders and her leadership on local, federal and global levels. During her acceptance speech, Angela Gittens announced the launch of Airport Council International’s Passenger Advocacy Project to help safeguard the interests of the passengers at airports. This program was unanimously supported by the world’s airports at ACI’s 22nd World General Assembly in September 2012 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and will see ACI work with airports around

the globe to establish and implement recommended practices and guidance materials with the goal of providing airport passengers with the highest possible levels of customer service and assistance. The program will seek to establish globally accepted minimum levels of customer service in order to help passengers during flight disruption or irregular operation, including in instances when passenger travel is disrupted, whether due to weather, aircraft mechanical problems or other causes, such as due to the abrupt cessations of service resulting from airline bankruptcy. As most passengers can attest to, when there is a lack of timely and accurate information provided by airlines, the result is confusion and anxiety. The passenger is left with no one to care for their immediate needs or welfare, including assistance with the timely continuation of their journey. ACI and its member airports have voted unanimously

Left to right: Courtney Beamon, President, Delta Airport Consultants, Inc. and Chair of the 2012 Airport Consultants Council Board of Directors; Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World.


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Continued... Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World Accepts ACC Aviation Award of Excellence and Launches Airport Passenger Advocacy Project that passengers have an expectation to receive good levels of service when using airports and those airports also view service quality as a core value in airport management. According to Angela Gittens, “It is important to note that it is our airport members who are calling us to step into this role of passenger advocate. It is our world governing board led by our chairman Dr. Yiannis Paraschis from Athens, Greece who embraced this project at our recent conference in Calgary and it is with the leadership of Yiannis and our Vice-Chair

Rick Piccolo, that we have the policy direction and commitment to improve the passenger experience worldwide. Airports have evolved into businessoriented service providers and we accept the fact that being a passenger advocate is not only the right thing to do, it is also the right business strategy to ensure the resiliency airports. The efficient facilitation of passengers through airports is essential particularly since the number of passengers travelling globally is expected to double to 10 Billion per year by 2029.”

Airports Council International (ACI) Signs Joint Declaration on Air Navigation Service Infrastructure On 15 November during the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum 2012, the largest event of its nature in the Latin American and Caribbean commercial aviation industry, Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World signed the ACI, ACI-LAC, ALTA, CANSO, IATA Joint Declaration on Airport and Air Navigation Service Infrastructure in the Latin American and Caribbean Region. According to Angela Gittens, “Airport traffic in Latin America is growing very fast and this is placing tremendous pressure on infrastructure capacity in the region. According to ACI’s 2011 World Airport Traffic Report, growth in Latin American airport traffic was 8.5%, which is far above the world average of 5.3%. With airports playing an important role in the economic and social vitality of nations, governments should facilitate and encourage the growth of aviation and the airport infrastructure necessary to accommodate passenger traffic. In addition, government regulation should be sufficiently flexible to enable an industry as dynamic as aviation to grow and adapt in response to new technologies and traffic

fluctuations, especially in light of passenger traffic forecasted to double and hit the 10 billion passenger mark by the year 2030.” The joint declaration urges Latin American and Caribbean Governments to acknowledge the vital role of aviation in social and economic development; provide a fertile environment for the development of air transport infrastructure to accommodate growth based on regional needs and operational requirements; provide economic oversight; reinvest aviation revenues into air transport infrastructure; and refrain from taxing national or multinational aviation when taxes are not reinvested in aviation development. More specifically, the declaration urges Latin American and Caribbean Governments to: • Facilitate the timely development of air transport infrastructure in order to accommodate the growth of the air transport industry and ensure the social and economic benefits that aviation brings;


18 ACI World Report – December 2012 • Provide effective economic regulatory oversight to attract the much needed investment in air transport infrastructure whilst maintaining the competitive advantages of air transport; • Encourage the development of sustainable air transport infrastructure commensurate with the actual needs of the regions served and based on operational requirements of the airlines that use the infrastructure; • Apply the revenue generated from aviation for the development of air transport infrastructure, while

maintaining compliance with ICAO polices; • Refrain from imposing taxes on aviation on a national or multinational level which are not reinvested into aviation development. The declaration was signed by the leaders of ACI World, ACI Latin America-Caribbean, ALTA (Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association), CANSO (Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation) and IATA (International Air Transport Association).

Left to right: Alex de Gunten, ALTA´s Executive Director, Javier Vanegas, CANSO´s Director Latin America & Caribbean Affairs, Philippe Baril, ACI/LAC´s President, Angela Gittens, ACI´s Director General and Tony Tyler, IATA´s Director General and CEO.


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Highlights from the 197th Session of the ICAO Council by Michael Rossell, Director, ICAO Relations, ACI World

The 197th Council Session comprised eight meetings between 29 October and 14 November and agreed a number of developments related to the three Strategic Objectives. Safety – the Secretariat had been working closely with States where audits had identified significant safety problems, and was able to announce that there had been improvements in many of them: but, further work was needed in others and Council supported the continued progress. However, Council was less willing to agree on reporting of problems to the public, despite an Assembly Resolutions supporting greater transparency, so delayed the introduction of an appropriate mechanism until 2014. Council did, however, support a move from a cycle of audits to a process of continuous monitoring and this could be an area where ACI’s APEX in Safety programme could help States meet the required standards for airports. Security – the Council reviewed the positive outcomes from the High-level Conference on Aviation Security held in September and adopted Amendment 13 to Annex 17 which included a provision on combating the insider threat by requiring checks on all staff entering secure areas, and on measures to enhance cargo security. The measures would come into effect on 15 July 2013. Environmental Protection – the most politically charged area of work in the Council currently surrounded the development and introduction of market based measures to account of emissions of

carbon dioxide from aircraft. The Council welcomed the technical progress that had been made by the Secretariat, with the support of international experts (including ATAG) and agreed that the more political issues should be dealt with by a High Level Group of senior officials from 17 States. The first of these meetings would be on 11 and 12 December. The Council agreed the final Agenda for the 38th ICAO Assembly to be held from 24 September to 4 October 2013. It also agreed to establish a Regional Sub-Office that would focus on Air Traffic Management issues. The Sub-Office would be established at Beijing Airport and expected to open in May 2013. The office would be managed by an ICAO appointed Chief but manned largely by locally appointed staff from Asia Pacific States. The next Session of the Council would be held from 18 February to 15 March 2013.

The ICAO Council is made up of Representatives from 36 States, elected by the triennial Assembly. Council Sessions are held three times each year to perform both the Mandatory functions set out in Article 54 of the Chicago Convention and the Permissive functions of Article 55. Meetings thus cover a very broad agenda of subject matter, which ranges from development of international civil aviation policy to oversight of Secretariat budget, spending and management.


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ACI ACRIS Project Reaches Cruising Speed in London

by Arturo Garcia-Alonso, Assistant Director, Facilitation and Airport IT The 12th meeting of the ACI Aviation Community Recommended Information Services (ACRIS) project took place in London, UK and was hosted by LHR Airports Limited. The meeting included 51 participants representing 7 airport operators, 2 International Air Transport Association (IATA) airlines, 1 Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) member, EUROCONTROL, and 10 vendors and service providers. At the meeting, the ACRIS project achieved a significant outcome in terms of participation, stakeholder collaboration and airport wide coordination. At the start of the meeting, colleagues from LHR delivered a set of presentations to explain the ACRIS Semantic Model concept, an information service design methodology that helps improve the efficiency of ACRIS principles. The group was then divided into two streams to better study the main ACRIS use cases and priorities: Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) and Bag-Drop process. A-CDM Common Situational Awareness work stream The main points discussed were: • Overview on the ACRIS Proof of Concept for Common Situational Awareness in the Airport CDM environment. • Update of the SESAR Fast Track 10, and information services under the EUROCONTROL framework for network CDM. • The main actions of this work stream were: • Conduct a conference call to study the proposals with core-group leadership • Review the content of the EUROCONTROL Data Model versus the ACRIS semantic model • Conduct a meeting in early December to study requirements from SESAR Fast Track 10 versus ACRIS requirements

Self-Service Bag Drop Web-Services Work Stream For this stream, a joint ACI-IATA core group was established, with members from both the IATA Common Use Web Services Technical Solutions Group and the ACI ACRIS Working Group. The main points discussed were: • •

Use of the Semantic Model for Baggage, a project segment delivered by LHR airport, in collaboration with IATA and ACI. Agreement on milestones, timelines and deliverables, to define a simple set of web-services that would cover the most important requirements for airlines and airports.

The baggage core group meeting had a tremendous success in terms of participation, involvement and motivation. The collaboration with IATA and its member airlines has provided additional value to the draft definitions and discussions. Additional Services and actions A number of new web services initiatives for the group’s catalogue were presented, dealing with Asset Management, Passenger Identification and Parking Management. The group agreed to start working in Asset Management services in 2013, keeping A-CDM and Baggage as the top priorities for the catalog. In addition, members expressed interest in updating the ACI ACRIS RP502A10 to include references to Aviation Community instead of Airport Community, and to define the structure for maintenance and revision of the ACRIS Semantic Model. The hospitality and contribution showed by LHR Airport Limited management was outstanding, hosting a 2-day meeting of more than 50 participants and also for the time and effort dedicated by LHR staff to contribute to the meeting. This meeting has proven the strategic importance of the ACRIS initiative for the aviation industry, and the great opportunities ahead to standardise information


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Continued... ACI ACRIS Project Reaches Cruise Speed in London exchange interfaces and reduce costs and time to market of airport systems and processes, improving efficiency. The general conclusion is that the meeting was very successful, and the aviation industry is showing great support to the ACI ACRIS principles. For more information on Facilitation, Airport IT, efficiency and innovation, please contact agarciaalonso@aci.aero To watch the ACI ACRIS Proof of Concept video, please click here or visit: http://youtu.be/Fj7xcAauCSo

Dublin to Host ACI Global Training Course by Kevin Caron, Assistant Director, Global Training

Dublin Airport

Airports Council International (ACI) and Dublin Airports Authority (DAA) are pleased to announce their agreement to open a new training centre, making Dublin the first training centre in Western Europe. This strategic location will enable ACI to continue to pursue its objective of bringing ACI training opportunities closer to airport staff and management teams. The new centre will serve both DAA’s airport employees and ACI members from across Europe and the rest of the world. Damien Lenagh, DAA Human Resources Director and Kevin O’Driscoll, DAA Career Development Centre Director, worked closely with ACI World’s

Global Training Team in Montreal to make this new cooperative venture a reality. Dublin with its Irish charm and hospitality, and its unique location, makes it an ideal setting for bringing together candidates from Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa. 2013 will see 2 courses delivered at DAA’s Castlemoate House, Career Development Centre. Castlemoate House built in 1822 is located adjacent to the airport and conveniently connected to the city centre. The ACI/DAA training venue will have two training rooms, two computer labs and two meeting rooms all equipped with high technology material and modern features to meet participants’ expectations.


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BENCHMARKING Commercial Services

TAKING YOUR AIRPORT’S RETAIL TO NEW HEIGHTS Airport Service Quality now offers Retail Benchmarking

LEARN from global best practice BENCHMARK satisfaction levels and sales performance with top airports around the world

MEASURE passenger satisfaction levels with your airport’s retail / F&B offering

UNDERSTAND needs and expectations of your passengers

Dr. Rafael Echevarne ACI Director of Economics +1 514 373-1211 rechevarne@aci.aero

Damien Kobel Director DKMA + 41 22 354 0753 damien.kobel@dkma.com

www.airportservicequality.com/content/retail.html

The Airport Service Quality (ASQ) initiative is a partnership between ACI and DKMA

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ASQ (Airport Service Quality) is a comprehensive ACI initiative to help airports in their continuing efforts to improve the quality of service experienced by passengers. Five core programmes provide practical management information and advice specifically for the airport industry.

The ASQ programmes identify and disseminate best practice from top-performing airports around the world. By joining one or more of the ASQ programmes, your airport gains access not just to a wealth of information and advice, but also to a world-wide airport forum discussing today’s issues and solutions.

The five core programmes consist of: ASQ Survey, ASQ Performance, ASQ Assured, ASQ Retail & ASQ Management.

We would like to welcome and congratulate the following airports who are the latest airports to join the ACI Airport Services Quality Survey: • •

St. Louis Mazatlan

Also, an additional welcome to: • Winnipeg Airport • Mauritius Airport for joining the ASQ Retail Programme. ASQ Retail is a sister programme of the ASQ Survey, the world’s leading airport customer satisfaction benchmark programme. It is designed to complement an airport’s existing commercial research by providing a bi-annual comparison with global best practice. ASQ Retail’s combination of statistically accurate data, enriched with global best practices helps airports identify areas for improvement and increase sales while providing an enhanced shopping experience for your passengers. If you would like to receive more information regarding any of the ASQ Programmes, or would like a live webinar discussion of how the ASQ programmes would help your airport, please contact: Sevda Fevzi Manager, Marketing T: +1 514 373 1232 E: sfevzi@aci.aero www.airportservicequality.aero


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Airports and Succession Planning by Kevin Caron, Assistant Director, Global Training

Airport along with other industries take succession planning at the CEO-level as a very serious business. In a recent study carried out by the American Society for Training and Development only 44.5% of various companies polled had a formal succession plan in place and in most cases for top level positions. Now we can all imagine the consequences of failing to plan for the successor for the airport President/ CEO and many airports have recognized they cannot afford to fail in this responsibility. Middle management levels and technical positions, however, are often overlooked, with potentially disastrous consequences. Imagine that as of tomorrow your airport safety manager is no longer with the airport; do you have a plan in place to replace her? Will this have a large or little impact on the airport’s safety department? Look around your airport and ask yourself these questions: 1. How many of the people doing middle management work are age 55 or over? 2. How long will they be with the airport? 3. Who will replace them (internal or external)? 4. How will you identify the replacements? 5. What will you need to do to prepare them (training and skill development)? An increasing popular trend is the use of mentoring programmes in which senior staff are used to help bring newer airport employees up to higher levels in skill and responsibility. That being said, you must carefully select mentors and train them in the art of mentoring. Recognizing this complex set of challenges and taking the steps to carry out a succession plan assessment and development programme now, may head off a real crisis in leadership and general staffing five years down the road.


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Baggage Screening Training for the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority by John Webster, Senior Manager, Global Training

Training Participants from the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority

ACI in collaboration with our World Business Partner (SGS) have been asked to provide Baggage Screening training for approximately 100 persons from the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB). This training programme provides participants with image analysis training for both cargo and airport scanners. It is a unique classroom course that is delivered via the traditional classroom method as well as utilizing computer based training (CBT) simulator. The use of both methods ensures that operators of baggage screening equipment have a full understanding of the operational and safety functions of the equipment. It also ensures that image analysts develop the necessary skills and abilities to analyse images to the highest standard, thereby increasing the chances of detection of prohibited or dangerous items. To date, ACI has provided CAAB with 7 classes for a total 100 students. The feedback from the course has been very positive and has been rated very highly by

participants. As per Mr. Ataul Islam, Director/Principal at the Civil Aviation Training Center in Dhaka, Bangladesh: “CATC (Civil Aviation Training Center), Dhaka Bangladesh is conducting the course on Baggage Screening, Image Analysis in joint collaboration with ACI. We are very much pleased with the course provided by the ACI instructor as well as the quality of the training material and its presentation. The training is highly effective in meeting our needs”. We thank Mr. Islam for all of his assistance and efforts in helping to provide this training to his staff and we look forward to meeting CAAB’s future training needs. For more information on this course, please feel free to contact us at training@aci.aero.


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Airport Operations Diploma Programme (Online Programme)

The Airport Operations Diploma Programme provides participants with a broad understanding of Airport Operations in the areas of Airside Operations, Terminal and Landside Operations and Business Operations. The Programme provides the knowledge to successfully address the operational and business needs of 21st Century airports.

Who Should Enrol? • • •

Current, new or future personnel involved in Airside, Terminal, Landside or Business Operations Personnel wishing to enhance their career opportunities and advance to leadership and management positions World Business Partners and Associates who wish to improve their knowledge and understanding of Airport Operations.

Programme Structure The new Airport Operations Diploma Programme is made up of the following three certificate courses:

1. Airside Operations - available now 2. Terminal and Landside Operations - Scheduled for release early Q1 2013 3. Airport Business Operations - Scheduled for release early Q2 2013 For more information on the online Airport Operations Diploma Programme, visit www.olc.aero or contact enrolments@olc.aero.

For information on ACI Global Training, programmes and course offerings, visit us online at: www.aci.aero/training

Enrolment Participants who pre-register for the programme prior to 31st December 2012 will be entitled to a 10% Early Bird discount. Regular Enrolment Fee: $1,795.00 Early Bird Enrolment Fee: $1,615.50 Pre-registration candidates will be able to commence the Certificate in Airside Operations immediately and will be automatically enrolled in the Certificate in Terminal and Landside Operations and Certificate in Airport Business Operations as they are released in the first half of 2013. To register for this online programme, please visit: www.olc.aero or contact enrolments@olc.aero.

For all other course and programme inquiries, contact ACI Global Training at: training@aci.aero

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‘THOUGHT LEADERSHIP IN TRAVEL RETAIL’ – MARKING TEN YEARS OF TRINITY Speakers include: Philippe Schaus, Chief Executive, DFS Group Dag Rasmussen, Chairman & CEO, Lagardère Services Susan Whelan, Senior Executive Vice President, King Power International Group (Thailand) Garr y Stock, Chairman, James Richardson Duty Free Rick Blatstein, CEO, OTG Management Dr Zhou Ting, Associate Professor of Beijing University of International Business and Economics. and Dean of Fortune Character Institute Mohammed Al Bulooki, Chief Commercial Officer, Abu Dhabi Airports Company Carsten Nørland, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Copenhagen Airports Rene Baumann, Vice President Commercial, Bangalore International Airport Barbara Lavernos, Managing Director, L’Oréal Luxe – Travel Retail Worldwide Roland Abella, Managing Director, Diageo Global Travel & Middle East Andreas Fehr, Managing Director, Kraft Foods World Travel Retail Jim Perry, Vice President and Managing Director, Brown-Forman Global Travel Retail Plus: Speakers from Schiphol Airport Retail, Schiphol Group, Melbourne Airport, Nestlé International Travel Retail and others to be named soon.

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Abu Dhabi | 29-31 January 2013 Hosted by

A partnership between

For more information about The Trinity Forum 2013, email Martin Moodie at Martin@TheMoodieReport.com Register now by contacting Nathalie Zulauf at events@aci.aero

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ACI Welcomes New World Business Partners

TCR

Haachtsesteenweg 201 1820 Steenokkerzeel Belgium WBP Contact Person Ms. Mercedes Dieguez Marketing and Communication Manager www.tcr-group.com mercedes.dieguez@tcr-group.com Tel: +32 2 752 86 20 Region: ACI Africa Level: Gold TCR Europe’s leading provider of turnkey solutions for aviation GSE. TCR offers expertise in rental and operational leasing of GSE, maintenance and ramp assistance, Fleet Management. TCR’s rental offering enables GSE operators to improve the efficiency of their ramp handling services. By keeping the rental cost off the balance sheet, TCR also helps operators to reduce some of the high financial risks associated with GSE purchase.

SMARTAER

Os. Zachodnie 29 32-650 Kety Poland WBP Contact Person Mrs. Malgorzata Lach CEO/Founder www.smartaer.com m.lach@smartaer.com Tel: +48 787 003 185 Region: ACI Europe Level: Silver (Small Business) SmartAer, online database and web-based application designed exclusively for companies specializing in airport and in-flight advertising. We help airports and airlines to showcase, manage and organize their day to day activities and media portfolios. Our product provides solutions for managing: media, bookings, clients, campaigns and employees.


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ACI Welcomes New World Business Partners BreakBox - B&W 22 rue Seguin, F- 69002 Lyon France

WBP Contact Person Mr. Thomas Cunnac Chargé d’affaire www.breakbox-experience.com t.cunnac@groupbw.com Tel: +33 4 72 41 74 74 Region: ACI Europe Level: Gold (Small Business) “BreakBox® is an innovative concept in waiting time management created by B&W. More than a product, BreakBox® is a full hospitality service offering fully-equipped private spaces, human welcome and a self-sufficient management system. For an hour or more, BreakBox® provides comfy individual living spaces, more private and exclusive than business lounges and more functional and affordable than hotel rooms.”

ASAP SERVICES N.V. Mahuma 54

WBP Contact Person Mr. Richard Lacle Jr. General Manager www.asap.aero GM@ASAP-N.V. Tel. 297 582 0247 Region: ACI LAC Level: WBP-Platinum International Organization supplying and integrating specialized equipment and systems to Local and International clients like, Airport, Seaports, the Hospitality Industry, Correctional Institutions, Medical Institutions and a vast array of other commercial and industry sectors.


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ACI Welcomes New World Business Partners MERA Corporation

Blvd. Kukulcan, km. 11,5, Zona Hotelera, Plaza Flamingo, Loc 217 WBP Contact Person Mr. Gabriel Márquez de la Torre Director, Development www.meracorporation.com conmera@meracorporation.com Tel. 52 9988 850719 Region: ACI LAC Level: WBP-Platinum MERA Corporation is a Mexican Company that works as a matrix to more than 24 Brands and Gastronomic Concepts with presence in over 50 establishments, including Franchises, Fast Food & Quick Food Courts, Snack-Bars, Cafes, Food Carts and Own Brands.

LG Electronics

2000 Millbrook Drive Lincolnshire, IL 60069 USA WBP Contact Person Mr. Jay Kang Marketing Manager www.lgsolutions.com Jay.Kang@lge.com Tel. +1 201 816 2025 229 Peachtree Street NE International Tower Suite 2000 Atlanta GA 30303 USA Region: ACI North America Level: Silver Based in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., LG Electronics USA, Inc., (LGEUS) is the North American subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc., a $48.5-billion global force in consumer electronics, home appliances and mobile communications. In the United States, LGEUS sells a wide range of digital display and digital media products, digital appliances and mobile phones under LG’s “Life’s Good” marketing theme. For more information, please visit www.LGusa.com.


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Regional World Business Partner Contacts ACI WBP AFR Ali Tounsi Email : atounsi@aci-africa.aero

ACI WBP LAC Javier Martinez Email: jmartinez@aci-lac.aero

ACI WBP ASIA-PAC Ada Tse Email: ada@aci-asiapac.aero

ACI WBP NA Monica J. May Email: mmay@aci-na.org

ACI WBP EUR Yulia Plyusnina Email: yulia.plyusnina@aci-europe.org

Watch Us on YouTube: www.youtube.com/AirportsCouncilWorld We fully encourage members to submit any interesting videos of airports or airport related events to us, which will make available on our YouTube Channel. Contact: Brent Taylor Website Content Coordinator ACI World btaylor@aci.aero

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> Airport World 5 2012 Now available online

The magazine of the Airports Council International

In this issue In the spotlight: ACI’s region Airports: Quito, London City, Puerto Vallarta Special report: IT innovation and trends Plus: Airport design & facilities management

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EVE NT S C A L EN D A R 2013 2013 Risk Management Conference 9-11 January Las Vegas, Nevada, US

5th ACI Europe Regional Airports Conference and Exhibition 15-17 April Lyon, France

Customer Service Seminar 22-24 January Amelia Island, Florida (Jacksonville area), US

8th ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly, Conference & Exhibition 22-25 April Phuket, Thailand

The Trinity Forum 29-31 January Abu Dhabi, UAE

Airport Economics & Human Capital Conference 22-24 April Portland, OR, US

CEO Forum & Winter Board of Directors Meeting 6-9 February Miami, Florida, US

23rd ACI World / EUROPE Annual General Assembly, Conference & Exhibition 8-12 June Istanbul, Turkey

Public Safety & Security Spring Conference 5-7 March St. Petersburg, Florida, US Operations & Technical Affairs Conference 5-7 March St. Petersburg, FL, US ACI Economics and Finance Conference 6-8 March Singapore Air Cargo Conference 10-12 March Las Vegas, NV, US ACI-NA / AAAE Washington Legislative Conference 20-21 March Washington, DC, US Airports Canada Conference & Exhibition 10-12 April Montreal, QC, Canada Airport Board Members & Commissioners Conference 14-16 April Biloxi, MS, US

ACI Europeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Airport Leadership & Change Management Forum 2013 23-25 October 2013 Venue: Bologna, Italy

For a complete list of events visit us online at: www.aci.aero/events


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