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Montevideo - Uruguay Nov. 2-5 22nd Conference and Exibition

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Montevideo - Uruguay Nov. 2-5

Bienvenidos / Welcome Estimados Colegas:

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Este año nos reunimos en Montevideo, Uruguay para celebrar la Asamblea Anual, Conferencia y Exhibición de ACI-LAC con el tema “Construyendo competitividad aeroportuaria, en un mundo de cambios rápidos”. Este tema es el reflejo de lo que experimentamos como región ante el sostenido crecimiento en el sector aeroportuario.

Es un verdadero honor para Puerta del Sur S.A. como empresa del Grupo Corporación América, ser por primera vez anfitriones de tan prestigioso evento como la Conferencia Anual de ACI-LAC. No solo por la responsabilidad y desafío que esta oportunidad significa para nuestra Terminal, sino por la importancia que representa para nuestro país. De esta forma, extendemos nuestro más profundo agradecimiento a las autoridades que confiaron en nosotros, y nos eligieron como organizadores en este 2013. Sean todo bienvenidos a Montevideo, Uruguay, les aseguramos ser parte de una magnífica experiencia!

La aviación en América Latina y el Caribe sigue creciendo a un mayor ritmo cada año, con la apertura de mercados creando oportunidades extraordinarias para los opMeradores aeroportuarios. Es por ello, que el desarrollo de proyectos de inversión demanda recursos, lo que se relaciona directamente con la importancia de los Estados en su rol como facilitador en el desarrollo del transporte aéreo. Agradezco en nombre de ACI-LAC el esfuerzo que el Aeropuerto Internacional de Carrasco le ha dedicado a la organización de este evento.

Diego Arrosa. CEO Aeropuerto de Carrasco.

Dear Colleagues:

Philippe Baril Presidente de ACI-LAC

Dear Colleagues: This year we will gather in Montevideo, Uruguay to celebrate the Annual Meeting, Conference and Exhibition ACI- LAC with the theme “Building competitiveness airport, in a world of rapid change.” This theme is a reflection of what we experience as a region to the sustained growth in the airport sector. Aviation in Latin America and the Caribbean continues to grow at a faster pace each year , with the opening of markets creating extraordinary opportunities for airport operators . This is why the development of investment projects demand resources, which is directly related to the importance of States in its role as facilitator in the development of air transport.

It’s a real honor for Puerta del Sur S.A. as an American Corporation Group company, for the first time hosting such a prestigious event as the Annual Conference of ACI-LAC. Not only for the responsibility and challenge that this opportunity means for our terminal, but because of the importance it represents for our country. In this way, we extend our deepest gratitude to the authorities who trusted us and chose us as organizers for this 2013. Be all welcome to Montevideo, Uruguay, we assure you to be part of a great experience! Diego Arrosa Carrasco Airport CEO.

I thank you on behalf of ACI -LAC for the effort that Carrasco International Airport has devoted to the organization of this event. Philippe Baril President of ACI- LAC

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Contenidos / Contents

Bienvenida / Welcome 3 ACI-LAC Board of Directors 4 DescubrĂ­ Montevideo 5 Programa / Program 7 Plano del evento / Floor Map 12

Lista de exhibidores / Exhibitors List 12

ACI-LAC Board of Directors

Philippe Baril Jorge Lukowski Hector Navarrete Gustavo Do Vale Alberto Huby Fernando Bosque Aaron Adderley Alfonso Lacamara Dayanand Birju Joseph Johnson Earl Richards Angel Cordova Juan Carlos Pino Rafael Franco

Presidente ACI-LAC Primer VP Segundo VP Tercer VP Secretario Tesorero Director Director Director Director Director Director Director Director

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Descubrí Montevideo Montevideo es un destino de referencia del Río de la Plata y Latinoamérica. Su población se aproxima al millón y medio de habitantes, casi la mitad de la población total del país, lo que la convierte en la ciudad uruguaya más grande. La calidad de vida de los uruguayos se destaca en la región. Por su estabilidad política, social y macroeconómica, Uruguay está entre los países más seguros a nivel mundial. Según un reciente informe a cargo de la consultora internacional FutureBrand, Uruguay es la primera marca país en “Calidad de vida” de Latinoamérica e incluye primeros puestos en los atributos “Educación”, “Oportunidades laborales”, “Mejor lugar para vivir” y “Seguridad”. A lo largo del año, Montevideo ofrece al visitante una variada y nutrida agenda cultural y de recreación, paisajes que cautivan junto a valores tan preciados como la calidez y hospitalidad de su gente. La escala humana de la ciudad permite que en pocos minutos, el visitante puede salir de una sala de reuniones y disfrutar de un paseo por su rambla de más de 30 kilómetros, ir de compras, visitar museos, chacras y bodegas turísticas, o asistir a espectáculos culturales como de Tango y Candombe, expresiones declaradas Patrimonio Cultural de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en el 2009; entre otros. Una manera ágil de conocer los principales atractivos de la capital, es a través del servicio de Bus Turístico; así como se recomienda la posibilidad de contratar City Tours con paseos específicos por la cuidad. Montevideo ofrece una propuesta hotelera de primer nivel, que incluye a las principales cadenas internacionales. A su vez, su gastronomía se destaca tanto por su variada cocina internacional como por sus platos de identidad local en base a las prestigiosas carnes uruguayas acompañadas por el vino de la cepa insignia del país, el Tannat. Además, desde Montevideo los visitantes pueden acceder a otros destinos turísticos del país ya que las distancias en Uruguay son muy cortas.

Para ampliar información www.descubrimontevideo.uy Fuente: Conglomerado de Turismo de Montevideo


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Program Friday, Nov 1 16:00 – 18:00

ACI-LAC Executive Committee meeting

Federico Garcia

Federico García Main Hall **Cottage Hotel Du Chef Restaurant 1921

1400 – 17:30

ACI Audit Committee meeting Registration open ACI-LAC Safety Committee Meeting (Tent) ACI-LAC Board meeting Lunch for ACI Audit & Executive Committee and ACI-LAC Board Pre-Conference Workshops

13:00 – 17:00 19:00 – 21:30

Operations Commercial Customer Service ACI Executive Committee meeting ACI & ACI-LAC Boards Dinner

Sunday, Nov. 3: 08:30 – 09:30 09:00 – 15:00 09:30 – 16:30 09:30 – 15:00 12:30 – 13:30 18:00 – 19:30 20:00 – 22:30

ACI WGB breakfast Networking program ACI World Governing Board meeting Registration open ACI WGB lunch Opening Ceremony and Exhibition Opening Welcome reception and Gala Dinner by MVD

Saturday, Nov. 2: 08:30 – 09:30 09:00 – 15:00 09:00 - 12:00 09:30 – 12:30 12:00 – 13:00

**Cottage Hotel

Du Chef Bouza Winery

Restaurant 1921 Dore Room Main Hall Restaurant 1921 Galeria Hall MVD Airport Terrace

Monday, Nov 4: 08:00 – 15:00 09:00 – 11:00

Registration open Main Hall Conference Inauguration and Keynote Dore Room Presentation Martín Eurnekian, Director of Corporación América Enrique Pintado, Minister de Transport and Public Works Liliam Kechichian, Minister of Tourism of Uruguay Yiannis Paraschis, Athens International Airport, ACI Chairman Philippe Baril, Chairman of Quiport and ACILAC President

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11:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30

12:30 – 13:30

13:30 – 14:30 12:30 – 13:30

15:30 – 16:00 16:00 – 17:00

The Triumph of Human Nature: The Andes Miracle Speaker: Roberto Canessa, Los Andes tragedy Survivor Recess at Exhibition Hall Session 1: Stakeholder´s View of Airport Economic Regulation: setting the scene In this session the key stakeholders outline their views on the current state of affairs on airport economic regulation. They openly present their positions, point out their concerns and briefly present what lines of action they have suggested thus far. Moderator: Angela Gittens, ACI World Director General Yiannis Paraschis, CEO of Athens International Airport & ACI Chairman Fernando Bosque, CEO of GAP Mexico Jerome Simon, ICAO Economic Bureau Marco Ospina, General Secretary of CLAC Peter Cerda, Regional VP of IATA Session 2: Airports Economics Revisited – Understanding the industry This session aims to explore the impact that current economic regulation in Latin American countries has on the some of the key challenges faced in the region. For example: Does economic regulation incentivize airports to grow passenger numbers? Does it incentivize the development of infrastructure? Moderator: Rafael Echevarne, ACI Economics Director Dennis Chant, Queenisland Airports Limited Mike Tubridy, Director of Leigh Fisher Daniel Kechibachian, Corporación América Lunch at Exhibition Hall Session 3: Improving the passenger journey through the Airport Explore ways of providing a personalized experience and innovative commercial offer by using new mobile technologies and social media software, as well as consumer intelligence business techniques while increasing financial and commercial performance. Moderator: Jared Harckham, VP of ICF SH&E Michael Saunders, VicePresident of ARINC Paul Houghton, President of SITA Recess at Exhibition Hall ACI-LAC General Assembly Meeting

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Galeria Hall Dore Room

Galeria Hall Dore Room

Galeria Hall Dore Room


Montevideo - Uruguay Nov. 2-5 19:30 20:00 – 23:00 Tuesday, Nov 5: 09:00 – 10:00

10:00 – 11:00

11:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30

Departure to Uruguayan Dinner Uruguayan Dinner

Lobbies of hotels Port´s Market

Session 4: CEOs Strategic Revision: Opportunities and Challenges This session will discuss among World Airports and industry leaders on the fundamental issues of the moment, with a focus on how to build financial and operational resilience into an airport company in order to achieve more competitiveness. Moderator: Olivier Jankovec, ACI Europe Director General Philippe Baril, Chairman of Quiport Rick Piccolo, Sarasota International Airport & ACI Vice Chair Fernando Bosque, CEO of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico Michael Kerkloh, CEO of Munich International Airport Session 5: Promoting Safety initiatives drives Competitiveness Airports and regulators will share different safety programs and initiatives developed not only to enhance safety standards and level of compliance but to improve the airport operationally. Moderator: Ad Rutten, Schiphol Group, the Netherlands Franklin Hoyer, ICAO Regional Office Director, SAM Loretta Martin, ICAO Regional Office Director, NAAC Mike Brown, Airports Associate Director - FAA Stanley Smith, CEO of V.C. Bird International Airport - Antigua Recess at Exhibition Hall Session 6: Keynote Presentation “Business Case of Brazil” Minister Moreira Franco, Civil Aviation Secretariat of Brazil (TBC) “Airports Infrastructure developments drive tourism and competitiveness” This session will discuss the impact of airports infrastructure developments on tourism, as well as it will examine how airports contribute to enhance competitiveness of cities where they operate.

Dore Room

Dore Room

Galeria Hall Dore Room

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Montevideo - Uruguay Nov. 2-5 Lisa-Kaye Bryan, Airports Authority of Jamaica Liliam Kechichian, Minister of Tourism of Uruguay Oscar Ghezzi, Board of Tourism of Argentina (TBC) 12:30 – 13:30

13:30 – 14:30 14:30 – 15:30

15:30 – 16:30

Session 7: Travel Retail impact on Airports Dore Room Economics This session will explore how Duty free operators and Airports must constantly work in a very collaborative manner across the world. Revenues from travel retail operations represent an important line of business for airports operators and have become vital for economic viability of airports. Even in a dual till environment, non aeronautical revenues, which include travel retail revenues, reduce operating costs for aircraft operators at an airport. Moderator: Jose Luis Donagaray, Executive Director of ASUTIL Rene Riedi, COO of Dufry Pedro Castro, International Director of WDF Andrew Ford, VP of DFS Group Limited Lunch at Exhibition Hall Galeria Hall Session 8: Maximizing Customer Satisfaction Dore Room The session will explore the different perspectives of the airport stakeholders to approach the improving of the passenger experience whilst they pursue their own operational and financial goals. Moderator: Jorge Lukowski, Corporate Relations Director of AA2000 Angel Córdova, Guayaquil International Airport Rafael Aguirre, President of Mera Corporation Stephen Freibrun, ICF SH&E Patricio Sepúlveda, VP IATA Conference and Exhibition Closing

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