Airports Council International (ACI) is the only global trade representative of the world’s airports. Established in 1991, ACI represents airports interests with Governments and international organizations such as ICAO, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world. This section provides you with information on the structure and background of ACI.
(ACI) is pleased to invite the global airport community, aviation and IT experts to attend the ACI Annual Airport Conference & Exhibition for the first time in Egypt on April 2016.
It will be a comprehensive event exploring best practice in airport investment, financial management and Airport Information Technology.
Discover the latest trends, key issues and challenges facing our industry with a program that will showcase an impressive lineup of industry experts.
The ACI Annual Airport Conference & Exhibition will give you the opportunity to network with industry experts and peers, world-class speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.
Delivering excellence on passenger service quality has become one of the most important objectives for airports worldwide. Even in these challenging times, more and more airports have committed to improve the passenger experience, reaching and overcoming what travelers are demanding. At the same time, airports are constantly facing a growing requirement to increase the efficiency of their infrastructure and reduce operational costs, providing a flexible framework for stakeholders to deliver their services in a coordinated way.
In this environment, it is clear the value of Information Technology (IT) as the main way for airports to constantly meet passengers and stakeholders’ needs. Moreover, IT has become the enabler of virtually all airport business processes. By implementing new IT solutions, it is possible to ensure that operational requirements are consistently, efficiently and reliably met, on good days and bad days, during peak operational periods as well as periods of flight disruption.