Maximising Non-Aeronautical Revenue through Airport Services

25/08/2010 to 26/08/2010

Organiser: IQPC Worldwide Pte Ltd

Location: Amara Hotel, Singapore

Website: http://www.airportrevenuesummit.com

Email: Contact this Exhibition

Tel: +65 6722 9388

Maximising Non-Aeronautical Revenue through Airport Services

Breakthrough solutions for revenue generation in airports

Nearly every airport, regional or international, has grown to depend upon the income generated from non-aeronautical means. With the sector in recovery mode, increased footfall and potential for increased retail spend, this is the perfect timing for you to revise your current strategies and help your business improve its revenue sources.The 6th Annual Non-Aeronautical Revenue Summit offers you a unique opportunity to learn, share and develop strategies that will increase revenue within non-aeronautical streams.

Key issues we will explore in 2010:
The reality of working in a recovering economy

The need for operational efficiencies for better management.
The limitation of physical space.
A lack in consumer confidence.
Customer service as a key factor in revenue generation.
Working with limited passenger dwell times.

A brief snapshot of key takeaways at the conference:
Gain a holistic perspective of airport revenue from Maarten de Groof who is the Chief Commercial Officer of Schiphol Group
S.R.R Rao from the Airport Authority of India and Paolo Cambula from Aeroporti di Roma will take you through case studies on how to maximize revenue from the planning phase and from terminal refurbishments
Participation in two active panel discussions examining how airports can maximize their relationship with airlines and also how concessionaires can help to make current passenger dwell times more effective
Representatives from HMS Host, Delaware North Companies and Café Coffee Day will take you through some of the key trends within airport F&B, the crucial role of food outlets, hospitality initiatives and strategies to increase consumer spending
Dubai Duty Free and Gebr Heinemann will provide a retailer’s perspective on the tendering process as well as how to manage customers during peak hour traffic
Several other airports and authorities such as London City Airport, Civil Aviation Affairs – Kingdom of Bahrain, Brisbane Airport, Fraport India, Halifax International Authority, Metropolitan Airports Commission and Sharjah Airport will be share best case practices and proven initiatives they have implemented to increase revenue within their facilities

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