Fresh Thinking Starts Here!
AAAE, the International Association of Airport Executives (IAAE) and IAAE-Canada (IAAEC) invite you to the Ottawa 2016 Airport Unconference to be held August 23-25 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, at Marriott’s Delta Ottawa City Centre hotel. Our purpose is simple and important... addressing and exploring the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing airports today, tomorrow and into the next decade.
Airports can either play catchup by being behind the curve, or they can proactively tackle complex industry challenges utilizing current and up and coming information, technology and processes.
The Ottawa 2016 Airport Unconference is an unconventional event designed to allow airport leaders and consultants worldwide to share information to position their airports and companies for the future and to achieve better operating results in the present.
The unconference will begin with a leadership panel of airport CEOs, followed by sessions led by industry experts that cover Airport Day of Flight Operations, Aircraft Servicing That Affects Airport Operations, Customer Service and Automation, Baggage Handling, The Airport as a Responsible Neighbor, and Human Resources. But, with the unconference format, delegates themselves, with the aid of a trained facilitator, will determine the scope of the individual breakout discussions for each topic. This feature will enrich your learning opportunity.
Interact with your peers from the global airport community and gain the insights to look beyond today and focus on solutions to tomorrow’s challenges. Develop solutions as a group that will allow you to achieve better results for your organization, stay current on trends, and prepare for future success. The group's experiences will be paired with the ground-breaking “unconference” format that allows for spontaneous networking and unstructured learning opportunities.
Who will attend?
Airport directors, senior airport and industry management personnel and airport consultants from the global airport community.