Agenda

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Agenda at a glance

10:00-10:30  Opening Keynote 
10:30-12:30 Interactive Discussions
12:30-14:00 Networking Lunch
14:00-14:30 Summary Keynote
14:30-16:30 Discussions lead by the Hosts and Sponsors
16:30-17:00 Closing Keynote
17:00-19:00 Networking Drinks

What will we talk about?

WILL AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES KILL THE CAR PARKING BUSINESS?

How will the shared economy and driverless technology change the car parking business and impacting airport revenues? A University of Michigan study has found that the percentage of young people with driver’s licenses continues a steady decline. How will this affect future road access to airport terminals?

REVEUE AND FUNDING FOR GROUND ACCESS PROJECTS

A report by Airports Council International shows that the majority of non-aeronautical revenue for airports comes from parking and ground transportation. Can airports afford to continue to depend on parking fees as their biggest single source of revenue? Are new opportunities to generate revenue from private and public ground access developing?

PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPTIONS FOR DIFFERENT AIRPORTS

How can airports maximise the benefits of public transport access? What are the different benefits and challenges of city bus services, express buses, light rail, metro, regional rail, dedicated airport express train and high speed rail access?

TAXI CONCESSIONS VS ONLINE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES

How do airports manage the relationships between legacy taxi services and online transportation companies?

WAYFINDING AND PASSENGER INFORMATION

How to create the best environment for a first-time and a regular traveller via innovative wayfinding and passenger information technologies through classic signage, virtual reality, airport apps, web and social media?

AIRPORT EMPLOYEE ACCESS

The majority of airport employees still travel to and from the airport by private car. How, through airport employee travel schemes, can airports ensure a higher take-up of public transport usage, in order to lessen the financial burden on both employees and the airport, free up road access and car parking spaces and reduce the airport’s carbon footprint?

BIG DATA

For airports to better understand how their passengers and employees are travelling to their terminals, how can big data be harnessed? What are the best practices in collecting and analysing airport surface access mode share and how can this insight be used to guide the airport’s future development?

ACTIVE TRAVEL

With ever expanding cities, airports are becoming part of the urban environment, often either being engulfed by a growing city or creating a modern Aerotropolis around its terminals with commercial and residential development. How to build a pedestrian friendly environment and develop cycling to airport/work schemes?

MAJOR GROUND ACCESS PROJECTS AT AIRPORTS

Major multi-modal ground transportation projects are being implemented at airports, focusing on Intermodal Transport Facilities.

TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

A study by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and the U.S. Travel Association found that hotels in cities with direct rail access from downtown to airport terminals receive nearly 11% more revenue per room than hotels in cities without a rail airport connection. TOD allows airports to benefit from alternative revenue, and for transport operators opens up increased ridership opportunities. How can airports collaborate with transport operators and other partners in developing real-estate around their public transport hubs?

FUTURE TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY

How will passengers and employees travel to/from airports in the future? Tech minds around the world are working on new forms of transport to revolutionise the way we travel, from hyperloop to flying motorcycles - how will these new modes of transport impact upon airport access?