20 - 22 June 2016 // Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso, Athens, Greece
Athens International Airport S.A. (AIA) was established in 1996 as a pioneer international Public-Private Partnership with a 30-year concession agreement. AIA is a privately managed company, with the Greek State holding 55% of shares, while the private shareholders collectively hold 45%.
Offering one of the most advanced incentive and marketing support schemes worldwide, AIA ensures the sustainability and development of domestic, regional and international traffic, working closely with its airline-partners.
In the non-aeronautical sector, AIA boasts advanced and extensive development initiatives from the high-quality consumer-related products offered at its commercial terminals, to its real estate assets. AIA’s IT & Telecommunications system and business activities are stellar examples of technological and business expertise. True to its industry, AIA exports the company’s pioneering know-how to aviation partners around the world.
The panel discussions and presentations in the conference have been fascinating, and have really addressed the hot topics – such as the forthcoming Aviation Package and Open Skies.
The event has been perfect. The participants in the conference have been excellent, and the panel discussions have been very informative.
Every year, the ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly gets better and better. The conference has covered very interesting topics and has had an excellent attendance – it has been busier than ever.
It is my first time attending the ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly and I have been really impressed with the honest, open discussions that have taken place during the conference.
The whole event has gone very well. I have enjoyed the conference sessions, and the networking opportunities have also been excellent.
I attend this event every year and would recommend all airport leaders to attend – in our industry, it is essential.
The ACI EUROPE events are the best in the industry. You definitely meet the right people at this event. The networking opportunities and social events have also been first-class.
It was especially good to see the participation of the EU Transport Commissioner, which really shows what an important event this is.
I always attend the ACI EUROPE Annual Congress – it is THE event for airport CEOs to come to. If you come to this event, you don’t need to go to any others.
The exhibition has been very busy – we have had the opportunity to engage with many airport CEOs, and it has been great to make those contacts. You definitely meet the right people at this event.