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The second Airport Access Ideas Forum will take place on Wednesday 27th of June in London. The Forum is an event designed to highlight the key challenges airports, city planners and ground transport operators need to prepare for when planning airport access for future users.
 
Our attendees discuss the latest innovations in passenger mobility and their effect on airport access, including infrastructure planning, revenue and passenger experience. Through interactive discussions the Forum participants look at how new technologies and the sharing economy is changing road access and car parking businesses at airports, as well as the opportunities public transport can deliver for airport operators in terms of non-aeronautical revenue, improved customer experience and business development.
 
Airport Access Ideas Forum '18 is co-hosted by Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP, a full service law firm offering comprehensive and practical legal assistance to a cross section of industries including aviation, transportation construction and engineering sectors. Katten’s attorneys are often sought out for their expertise in aviation, technology and infrastructure, and pride themselves on providing timely advice on a range of issues facing their clients.
 
The Forum will focus on Autonomous Vehicles Technologies and Mobility as a Service looking into how it will impact the future of airport infrastructure design, non-aeronautical revenues, public transport access mode share and urban development.
 
"The Airport Access Ideas Forum gives the opportunity for transport professionals to challenge themselves and each other with forward thinking discussions. Carefully selected short and thought provoking presentations will highlight the future of automated and subscription based transport technologies and look at how it will impact airport access for passengers and employees," Director of the Global AirRail Alliance, Milda Manomaityte said.
 
“We are thrilled to be hosting this year’s Airport Access Ideas Forum. Having worked with clients to discover solutions to some of the issues they face in relation to the topics being covered at the Forum, we are looking forward to hearing the views of the attendees on their vision of the future of transportation and associated industries,” said Alan Meneghetti, a partner in Katten’s London office and who is also the vice-chair of the Worldwide Airport Lawyers Association.
 
We are now calling for companies and airports to submit proposals for presentations and discussions. If you are interested in joining the event, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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