Airport Commercial & Retail
When: 13-15 March 2018
Where: Tel Aviv, Israel
The ACI EUROPE Airport Commercial & Retail Conference & Exhibition is the meeting place for those delivering non-aeronautical revenue success in airports. The conference, exhibition and social events are attended by senior airport commercial executives, operators and brands, as well as their business partners from retail, food & beverage, travel services and media.
Annual General Assembly
When: 18-20 June 2018
Where: Brussels, Belgium
The ACI EUROPE General Assembly, Congress & Exhibition is the event for the CEOs and senior leadership of the aviation industry, offering enriching and engaging conference sessions, an exhibition and opportunities to network with peers from around the globe.
When: 27-29 NOVEMBER 2018
Where: OSLO, NORWAY
ACI Airport Exchange is the largest event in the trade-body’s calendar, bringing together airport executives from across disciplines for specialist conferences, leadership keynotes briefings, an extensive airport services exhibition and social events.
Highlights from last event
Posted 15 December 2017 | 9:36 am
Oman Airports Management Company (OAMC), which is responsible for the management and operations of the new $1.8 billion Muscat International Airport, Salalah Airport, and other regional airports in the Sultanate of Oman, last week hosted the 11th ACI Airport Exchange, staged jointly by ACI EUROPE, ACI Asia-Pacific and ACI World. Oman Airports Management Company (OAMC), which […]
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Hamad International Airport shared its vision and future plans at the OAMC-hosted ACI Airport Exchange in Muscat
Posted 14 December 2017 | 3:02 pm
Hamad International Airport (HIA) actively participated in the ACI Airport Exchange as a Gold Sponsor. The event, hosted by Oman Airports Management Company, took place last week and gathered more than 1,400 leading experts from across the Middle East, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the rest of the world to exchange insights and knowledge about the aviation sector. […]
Posted 4 December 2017 | 2:18 pm
In Europe, 466 regional airports in 44 countries are ACI EUROPE’s members. These airports play a pivotal role in strengthening Europe’s air connectivity and national economies. They represent 91.7% of the European airport network, with 209 carriers and 14,600 routes to 724 destinations in 2017. Federico Bonaudi spells out the value these airports bring, in […]
Posted 4 December 2017 | 2:13 pm
To keep pace both with the rapidly-increasing number of global travellers, and evolving security threats, airports are constantly looking for ways to enhance performance and security. To keep pace both with the rapidly-increasing number of global travellers, and evolving security threats, airports are constantly looking for ways to enhance performance and security. Rapiscan Systems relies […]
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WHAT IS ACI EUROPE?
ACI EUROPE is the European region of Airports Council International. ACI is the only worldwide professional association of airport operators. ACI EUROPE represents over 450 airports in 44 countries. Member airports handle 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe, welcoming over 1.5 billion passengers each year.
ACI is the only worldwide professional association of airport operators. ACI, headquartered in Montreal, is a non-profit-making organisation representing over 1,861 airports in 177 countries and territories worldwide. We are organised into five geographical regions: Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America/Caribbean, North America, each with its own board of elected airport leaders. In 2013, airports worldwide welcomed 5.95 billion arriving and departing passengers and handled 93.6 million metric tonnes of cargo and 79.6 million movements.
The voice of Europe’s airports
ACI EUROPE, based in Brussels, Belgium, represents the interests of over 450 airports in 44 countries. Our members account for over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. In 2012, member airports handled 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe, welcoming over 1.6 billion passengers, 16.7 million tonnes of freight and more than 16 million aircraft movements.
ACI EUROPE promotes the exchange of industry know-how through our internal committee structure and extensive schedule of conferences and exhibitions. By actively seeking the views of airport members, we generate comprehensive common policies that serve as a reference to the entire aviation industry.
We work on a day-to-day basis with the institutions of the European Union, the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) and the European Agency for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) , the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the full spectrum of the air transport supply and wider aviation sector. Colleagues at ACI World pursue the same mission with the International Civil Aviation Organisation of the United Nations (ICAO) and other world organisations.
Getting the right message across
Legislation affecting civil aviation is increasingly enacted at the European level. ACI EUROPE has privileged access to EU legislators, which no individual airport, however important, could hope to achieve. Airports are important national and regional assets : our mission is to work closely with policy makers and industry partners, thereby ensuring that European airports are fully integrated in decision making processes affecting our industry.
Our intelligence network enables us to anticipate and influence, from the moment of conception, the development of legislative or regulatory initiatives impacting not only our members, but the entire aviation industry. We are currently engaged in important work on the environment, airport capacity, air passenger rights, airport charges, ground handling, slot allocation and airport competition.
All research shows that airports contribute significantly to the economic and social development of the regions which they serve. By mobilising our in-house expertise, EU contacts and a range of communication tools, we aim to promote a wider understanding of the challenges facing civil aviation in Europe.