Mixed commercial land use and airport area development are key drivers in boosting airport revenues, job creation and attracting big business to the airport locality.
Panel members will explore and discus:
STREAM LAB SERIES A- SMART COMMERCIAL STRATEGIES
Non-Aeronautical revenue streams have become a vital component of an airport’s total revenue generation and economic mix.
As customer expectations and technology change, airports are diversifying their sources of non-aeronautical avenues and embracing
This diversified model has included traditional economic boosters such as retail, duty free, car parking but also the rise of commercial development on and around the airport area.
As Airports realize their economic power, what are the SMART Non-aeronautical revenue strategies and trends?
Part One – NON-AERONAUTICAL REVENUE DEVELOPMENT
The strategic airport business model:
Part Two- (Panel Discussion/ Debate)- The future of commercial revenue lies in providing a unique customer experience with unsurpassed convenience.
Panel members will explore and discuss:
STREAM LAB SERIES B- NEXT AIRPORTS – DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
Airports are icons of air travel, centers of design, innovation and functionality. What are the future trends, challenges and objectives for air transportation facilities?
How will airports respond to capacity issues, passenger expectation, new aircraft, innovation, technology and future demand?
SESSION 1: REDEFINING THE INFRASTRUCTURE MASTERPLAN
Planning, financing and implanting airport development, capital development & improvement programmes for the air transportation nodes of the future.
SESSION 2: DESIGN INTELLIGENCE – SMART AIRPORT DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
Designing and constructing futuristic, functional terminal facilities to meet the future requirements of passengers and airlines.
STREAM LAB SERIES C
Smart Airports serve as test beds for smart cities on how to exploit the potential of ambient intelligence and ubiquitous computing capabilities.
Digitalisation and communication infrastructure is combined with embedded systems, sensors, actuators, and interactive media embedded into the physical environment. Smart airports adapt features of smart urban environments and realize them in an airport context.
SESSION 1: SMART CONNECTED AIRPORTS
What are the key infrastructure demands and system flexibility behind airport operational efficiency and the passenger experience?
What are the key technologies and services needed, what are the priorities versus investment?
SESSION 2: DELIVERING A UNIQUE CUSTOMER CENTRIC EXPERIENCE
As technology becomes part of our daily lives, what are the modern passengers’ expectations of air travel, airport facilities, experience and the industry response?
Programme/Sponsorship & Exhibition
Andrew Hazell, Commercial Director,
Jonathan Lee, Managing Director,
Alison Grinter, Events Director,