23 Feb NACO and InterVISTAS to speak at Passenger Terminal EXPO 2017
NACO and InterVISTAS have been selected to speak at the 20th annual Passenger Terminal EXPO taking place in Amsterdam on 14-16 March 2017.
On Day Two of the conference, Wednesday 15 March, one of NACO’s project managers Rene Marey will present on the topic of ‘Planning an airport city.’
The session will explore how to strategically develop an airport city with a look at Imam Khomeini Airport as a case study. The airport is looking to develop its airport city as part of its ambitious growth plans to become the busiest airport and the first development of its kind in Iran. Join us at 9.35am on Wednesday 15 March to hear more.
Rene commented: “Our collaboration with Imam Khomeini Airport City Company will help align the development plans for the airport alongside Iran’s high economic growth potential. The area surrounding the airport offers great potential in creating an international location for doing business, providing leisure and affording a quality of life with access to global multi-modal transport connectivity. The example of Imam Khomeini Airport City will be used to unfold our strategy of developing a successful Airport City. We will present our Four Step Approach to planning a leading airport city and the opportunity it presents in redefining Teheran as a competitive global city region”.
On Day Three of the conference, Thursday 16 March, InterVISTAS senior manager Joshua Cohn will present during Increasing Airport Capacity. His session will highlight Methodologies for Terminal Capacity Evaluation at Brazilian Airports. Join us at 10.05 am on Thursday 16 March to hear more.
We will also be exhibiting at the event at stand number 2058, showcasing the ways in which the company is delivering airports of the future.
Passenger Terminal EXPO, founded in 1997, is the largest annual airport conference and exhibition worldwide, providing an opportunity for the airport and airline industries to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale. Over 5,000 attendees from more than 90 countries attend each year.