Asia-Pacific Airports – Issue 3, 2022
Interviewed: ACI Asia-Pacific president, Emmanuel Menanteau
Special report: Queen Alia’s sustainability journey
Plus: ACI Asia-Pacific, Regional and WBP news
VIEW FROM THE TOP
Director general, Stefano Baronci, reflects on some of the operational, financial and manpower challenges facing the region’s airports and provides an overview on ACI Asia-Pacific’s latest advocacy efforts.
We provide a snapshot of some of the latest news stories from across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
From making recommendations at the ICAO DGCA Conference and meeting regulators in India to engaging with the Japanese government, ACI Asia-Pacific has been busy engaging with stakeholders and policymakers across the region.
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
The Middle East, sustainability and traffic recovery are among the main focuses of ACI Asia-Pacific’s new president, Emmanuel Menanteau, writes Sunil Subbaiah.
BETTER TIMES ARE COMING
The relaxation of travel restrictions and successful COVID vaccination programmes in many parts of Asia-Pacific and the Middle East has led to a cautious sense of optimism for the aviation sector.
BALANCING THE RISKS IN UNCERTAIN TIMES
ACI World has published its tenth quarterly assessment analysing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, its effects on airports, and the path to recovery.
RAISING THE BAR
MXD Development Strategists’ Chris LeTourneur outlines what we can expect from Jeddah Airport City and explains why he believes it represents the potential future of airport centric development.
Asia-Pacific Airports takes a closer look at a handful of key infrastructure development projects making headlines across the region.
FROM MAPPING TO TRANSITION
Airport International Group’s Rula Dawood charts Queen Alia International Airport’s pioneering decarbonisation journey in ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
The latest news and views from ACI Asia-Pacific’s World Business Partners.
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