FINAL form submission date: Thursday 07 November 2013
Next year's conference will concentrate on planning, strategies, collaborations, innovations and solutions on the road to the airport of the future.
There will be two overall themes to choose from for next year's conference:
Focusing on the Passenger: "There and back again - the next decade: Developments for all aspects of the end-to-end journey experience"
Focusing on the Stakeholder: "The next decade: Plans and innovations for improving airports, their processes and the bottom line (capacity, facilities, operations, sales, security, service, technology...)"
Airports, Airlines, Transport Authorities, Regulators and Government Agencies will be given priority
With your help we aim again to produce the industry's definitive programme of innovation, inspiration and information.
Your chosen topic should be a combination of theoretical methods and ideas, practical solutions and applications and real-world case studies.
If your answer is 'yes' to any of these questions, you should join the other speakers at the conference who will be sharing their views and insights with an extensive international audience.
The main points that should be covered within each presentation are:
Contact: Janine McEvilly, Conference Director: email@example.com
Predictability is a thing of the past; vision and leadership are more critical than ever. The Passenger Terminal Conferences and interactive discussion panels are still the best source of answers related to the future of the passenger terminal industry. For more than 15 years, the top leaders of the airport industry have convened at Passenger Terminal CONFERENCE to outline their visions and planning for the future.
Initial conference planning is closely attuned to the industry and the economy as a whole. The economic realities of today dictate leaner budgets and staffing and it is with this in mind that we have retained the content you have come to rely on in the conference, and added even more of interest.
Speakers at the Passenger Terminal CONFERENCE will examine the future outlook for airport development worldwide, compare their experiences and discuss theoretical approaches and feasible solutions to today's concerns and those of tomorrow. They will provide case studies and insight into some of the world's most recent and complex terminal projects. Extra discussion times will be included to enable highly detailed discussions to take place on specialist and technical subjects.
We are in the process of inviting speakers, updating the website, and continually working to increase the relevance and value of the conference to our delegates.