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Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 4, APA magazine, aviations publications

Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 4: Strong End To a Difficult Year

This edition, we bring to you more about Abu Dhabi Airports’ refreshed brand; hear from ACI Asia-Pacific director general, Stefano Baronci; read why environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues should be a top priority for the region’s airports; and get up to date with the latest ACI Asia-Pacific, industry and World Business Partners.

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Airport Industry Outlook Asia-Pacific and the Middle East Q3 2022

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The Airport Industry Outlook (Asia-Pacific and the Middle East) for the third quarter of 2022 (July to September), developed in partnership with Mott MacDonald, provides a snapshot of airport business performance across the region as well as a focus on investment in greenfield airport development with a focus on sustainability.

Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 3

Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 3: In Focus: the Green Shoots of Recovery

Asia-Pacific aviation industry is experiencing green shoots of recovery. In this edition, we hear from Emmanuel Menanteau, President, ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Board to shed light on the recovery and latest advocacy in the region.

Tendering, Guideline, Climate Resilience Planning

Tendering Guideline for Climate Resilience Planning

ACI Asia-Pacific has released the Tendering Guidelines for Climate Resilience Planning to build on airport operators’ understanding of the climate risk assessment. This guideline will help identify an airport’s sensitivity to adverse impacts and adaptive capacity to climate hazards.

The assessment can be used for development of possible adaptation actions to improve resilience and manage the impacts of a changing climate at an airport. This guideline provides sample contract clauses which can be used in the tendering process to commission a climate resilience study.

Airports Industry Outlook Asia-Pacific and the Middle East Q2 2022

Airports Industry Outlook Asia-Pacific and the Middle East Q2 2022

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The second edition of the Industry Outlook for the second quarter of 2022 (April to June), developed in partnership with Mott MacDonald provides a snapshot of airport business performance across the region with a short-term analysis of the key industry trends.

Competency and Training Requirements for Airport Security Functions (Non-screening) 1st edition, July 2022

Competency and Training Requirements for Airport Security Functions (Non-screening) 1st edition, July 2022

Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific released a Security Guidance Document to help airports strengthen security in order ensure adequate protection to passengers.

Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 2

Asia-Pacific Airports Magazine 2022 - Issue 2: Customer Service

Hear from ACI Asia-Pacific Director General Stefano Baronci. Also read about potential solutions for creating a seamless shopping experience; green shoots of traffic recovery; investing in sustainability; and the latest news from ACI Asia-Pacific’s World Business Partners.

Customer service and the key role people, new facilities and IT innovation play in boosting traveller satisfaction levels at airports come under the microscope. This edition also features the customer service strategies of Incheon and Malaysia Airports.

A Study Of The Effectiveness Of Travel Restrictions In Japan Prepared By ACI Asia-Pacific and Oxera and Edge Health

A Study of the Effectiveness of Travel Restrictions in Japan

An independent study was commissioned by ACI Asia-Pacific and was undertaken by Oxera and Edge Health to analyse the effectiveness of travel restrictions. The study, based on modelling different scenarios of COVID-19 variants of concern with similar or higher level of infectiousness than the current Omicron, revealed that travel restrictions such as quarantine and testing would be ineffective in mitigating the spread of COVID-19.