EVENT. Per Andersson, ADB SAFEGATE´s Senior Adviser Arline Operations, speaks at the Aviation Festival Conference in London on September 7 on the topic “Creating the Airport Effect”. If you´re in London, don’t miss the chance to hear Per discuss how airlines may reap financial and operational benefits from working in a true collaborative partnerships with airports, air navigation services providers and advanced technology providers.
Conference and Exhibition
The three day event is actually two events in one: a world-class international conference featuring leading airline speakers from around the world; and a technology exhibition showcasing the latest innovations global leaders to the start-ups. The Aviation Festival conference agenda features 200+ speakers across 10 streams. Speakers will come from the most successful, innovative and thought-provoking airlines from around the world and they will be supported by leading suppliers from the mega tech companies to the latest start-ups who are shaking up the industry.
Brand new for 2018 is the stream Airport T.EX which looks at technology and passenger experience for the world’s airports. The world’s leading airports are turning to new technologies to elevate the passenger experience and the Festival aims to showcase some of the latest innovations that are creating a more seamless on the ground experience for passengers around the world. One of the speakers in this stream is ADB SAFEGATE´s Senior Advisor Airline Operations; Per Andersson. He will be presenting at the Aviation Festival Conference on the topic ”Creating the Airport Effect”. The focus of Per´s presentation is how airlines may reap financial and operational benefits from working in true collaborative partnerships with airports, air navigation services providers and advanced technology providers.
Creating the airport effect?
Global institutes are expecting a very large passenger growth for both airports and airlines, and many believe the volume will double over the next fifteen years. This growth is a challenge, especially in Europe, where many airports have already reached or stressed their capacity constraints.
Technical progress has been rapid in recent years. Airports today have great opportunities to increase their earnings through increased efficiency, such as by increasing the number of start- and landings within the existing infrastructure and thus also offering airlines better service. For an airline it is a dream to be offered more attractive start and landing times at an airport that is part of its network. Increased efficiency, for example, means shorter taxi times for the aircraft on the ground which also reduce fuel consumption. In order to create and realize the airport effect, airports, airlines and ANSP´s, together with advanced technology provider, must work together towards common goals.
About Per Andersson
Per Andersson works at ADB SAFEGATE as a senior adviser for airline operation. With a broad background in the Aviation Business, Per has served at senior positions in the Aircraft, Airlines and now Airport Industry. With a passion for people and the profession, he enjoys taking a holistic view to explore all the possibilities an Airport has to develop its business. Convinced that existing infrastructure often contains hidden and unused capacity that can be released with a complete view of the airport and naturally, it is Per´s true pleasure to ensure customer satisfaction by supporting them to increase efficiency, safety and sustainability in their challenges to take on the great future of an expanding world of Aviation. Airline Operation is Per´s key focus and he has earlier published the following posts on the ADB SAFEGATE Blog:
- CORSIA: Part 1 – Best Solution?
About the Aviation Festival
The Aviation Festival in London is one of the world’s largest aviation and technology exhibitions, with over 3000 attendees from the most innovative airlines and airports. It´s two events in one Festival: a world-class international conference featuring leading airline speakers from around the world; and a technology exhibition showcasing the latest innovations global leaders to the start-ups. To visit the exhibition is free while there is a registration fee to attend the conference. ADB SAFEGATE will exhibit Airport Performance at stand #51 on September 6-7, and market how integration and automation can be used to reduce the time aircraft spend on the ground. Per Andersson will be speaking at the Conference on September 7.
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ADB SAFEGATE is a leading provider of intelligent solutions that deliver superior airport performance and operations, and jointly identify and solve bottlenecks. Our consultative approach enables airports to improve efficiency, enhance safety and environmental sustainability, as well as reduce operational costs. Our portfolio includes solutions and services that harmonize airport performance, tackling every aspect of traffic handling and guidance, from approach, runway and taxiway lighting, to tower-based traffic control systems and intelligent gate and docking automation. ADB SAFEGATE has 1,000+ employees in more than 20 countries and serves some 2,500+ airports.