Looking for the latest trends shaping airport finance? Seeking insight on key administrative issues? The 28th Annual Airport Finance and Administration Conference, March 5-7, in Daytona Beach, Florida, will provide that information and more.
Given the ever-changing set of challenges in the realms of finance and administration, airport executives need new ways of thinking in order to fulfill core airport management roles while remaining fiscally effective. Join airport executives and other senior leaders from the airport finance world to discuss strategies for focusing on the present while planning for the future at this industry-leading conference.
Co-sponsored by AAAE and the Southeast Chapter AAAE, this is the year's only conference that focuses solely on airport finance and administration issues. The agenda features a wide range of topics related both to managing in the current environment and planning for what's just ahead.
The agenda includes 11 general sessions, plus a valuable breakout discussion session by hub size. Slated for this conference are topics such as the state of the FAA, the new PFC rule; customer relationship management, trends in airline leases, funding terminal modernizations, organizing and staffing for success, customer service case studies, how to handle your airport advertising program, air service development, benefits of revenue diversification and much more.
The conference offers 17 CPE credits for CPAs, and 12 CEU credits for A.A.E.s. It also presents excellent networking opportunities with senior finance officials and airport executives from all sizes of airports across the country and with airport suppliers. Last year's attendance included representatives from more than 75 airports!
Attendees once again will have the option of attending an Airport Finance 101 session on Sunday, March 5, to learn the basics about airport finance (NOTE: this session is included the 17 CPE credits).
All sessions will take place at the Hilton Daytona Beach Hotel. The conference will begin with a reception at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, (registration opens at 1 p.m.) and will end at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7. The AAAE Finance and Administration Committee will hold a meeting open to all conference attendees at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 7.