Airport Solar PV Implementation Guidance Document for Asia-Pacific and Middle East Airports
This guidance document lays out the project development process as a series of tasks namely; demand estimation, site selection, technology evaluation and plant design, financial viability assessment, selection of developer/supplier, plant construction, plant commissioning and operation & maintenance. Some project development activities may happen in parallel. It is up to the individual airports to oversee the activities and ensure they are coordinated and synchronised appropriately to achieve the desired outcome.
Airport Industry Outlook Asia-Pacific and the Middle East Q4 2022MEMBERS ONLY
The Airport Industry Outlook (Asia-Pacific and the Middle East) for the fourth quarter of 2022 (October to December), examines the latest data affecting air traffic and airport performance: recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, relaxation of travel restrictions, and the latest IMF World Economic Outlook updates.
Guidelines on Aerodrome Operations Under LighteningMEMBERS ONLY
The purpose of this document is to provide airports, especially those with little means to procure and operate a sophisticated automatic lightning detection system, with simple guidelines on developing their own procedures on the suspension and resumption of aerodrome operations in the event of thunderstorms.
Guidelines on Manning Requirements for Aerodrome OperationsMEMBERS ONLY
The idea of drafting guidance on aerodrome operational manning requirements was mooted at the 23rd meeting of the ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Operational Safety Committee held in Hong Kong in April 2019. The motive was to suggest a methodology with some scientific basis for airport operators to estimate and justify manpower requirements.
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.
Airport Industry Outlook Asia-Pacific and the Middle East Q3 2022MEMBERS ONLY
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: 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 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.