Welcome to 2nd Annual
of Airport Modernization
Summit 2018

Designing & Developing Sustainable Modern Airports

Event Highlights

With a huge growth in the number of Airlines, India as a country needs to develop and expand its airports to handle an additional 500-600 million passengers by 2030. The 55 new airports that are estimated to be required by 2030 will need 150,000 to 200,000 acres of land to be allocated for their development. All of this will require USD36-45 billion of investment keeping in mind that the government will provide the land at a subsidized rate.

Exclusive Buyer and Seller

Buyer & Seller Meetings is a Unique Platform to connect Major Buyers with Sellers of New industry Products, Tools & Solutions from Trendsetting Business Magnets & Market Players.

Excellent Networking Opportunities

Take part in more engaging and intimate networking initiatives across the show including meetups, lunches, discussion sessions, round tables and more.

Educative Technology Driven Workshops

workshops that will provide you with the tools and knowledge necessary to go from zero to shared services on time.

Highly Interactive Panel Discussions

Highly Interactive Panel Discussions where Industry Expert Leaders would discuss the current and future issues from different perspectives.

Plenary Sessions

Plenary Sessions of in-depth content from industry Leaders just like you who have already leveraged the Shared Services Model to deliver fast, measurable Business results.

6 World Cafe Sessions

6 hours of both structured and unstructured built in networking time providing you ample time to get to know and familiarize yourself with the latest industry solutions.

Attendee Profile

Government

Government Regulatory Authorities

Ministries

Ministries

Airport

Airport Authorities

Operators

Airport Operators

Private Airport

International Domestic Defense and Private Airports

Private Airport

Airlines



Contractors

Contractors

Developers

Developers & Infrastructure

Law

Law Firms

Architect

Architect Designers & Master Planners

Regional

Regional and International Associations

Banks

Banks and Financial Institutions



Consultants

Consultants

Developers

Research Academics and Education Institutions

Trade

Trade Commissions Consulates and Embassies

Job Titles

  • Presidents
  • Chairmen
  • Director General’s
  • CEO’s
  • COO’s
  • CSO’s
  • CISO’s
  • CTO’s
  • Senior VP’s
  • VP’s & AVP’s
  • Directors
  • Advisors
  • Heads of IT
  • Heads of Procurement
  • Heads of Aviation Safety & Security
  • Heads of Planning
  • Heads of Engineering
  • Heads of Technical Operation
  • Heads of HSE & QHSE
  • Architects
  • Consultants
  • Heads of Ground Handling
  • Heads of Electrical Maintenance
  • Heads of Runway Maintenance
  • Heads of Air Traffic Control
  • Heads of Finance
  • Heads of Cargo Handling

Event Overview

With a huge growth in the number of Airlines, India as a country needs to develop and expand its airports to handle an additional 500-600 million passengers by 2030. The 55 new airports that are estimated to be required by 2030 will need 150,000 to 200,000 acres of land to be allocated for their development. All of this will require USD36-45 billion of investment keeping in mind that the government will provide the land at a subsidized rate. The Indian airport system is expected to exceed its maximum structural capacity by FY 2022 and this can only be achieved only if all the Airport development and expansion projects are completed on schedule. Hence, the Aviation sector is working on a number of privatization initiatives.The government is also developing a comprehensive 25-year master plan for airports developments in the country to keep pace with air traffic growth. The infrastructure at some of the top airports in the country is crippling while there has been a consistent double-digit growth in domestic air traffic for the past three years.
The master plan will delve into the need for multiple airports in cities, revised and refined agreements with airport operators, providing attractive opportunities for operating brownfield airports, offering multiple brownfield airports as part of a package for bidding as well as scaling up the Airports Authority of India. According to a recent study by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA), the country's airport system is expected to exceed its maximum structural capacity by FY 2022.It has been noted that 10 aerodromes under the Airports Authority of India are already operating "beyond their design capacity", while other aerodromes at Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata will reach their maximum capacity in the next one year to five years. As per International Air Transport Association's (IATA) 20-year passenger forecast, it has been projected that by 2036 India will be the third fastest growing market with an expected addition of 337 million new passengers from 141 passengers in 2016.It has also been stated that the most crucial aspects are safety and security of airports and there can't be any compromise on these two counts.
A team of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) was in India between November 6 and November 16 as part of its universal safety oversight audit programme. The team appraised six different areas, including personnel licencing, airworthiness, operations, legislation and organisation. They visited Chennai, Mumbai and that Civil Aviation Training College in Allahabad to inspect implementation of safety procedures laid down by the ICAO and India's aviation regulatory body Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). Satisfied with the safety system put in place by the safety regulator," according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The audit involved verification of response provided by the DGCA to certain protocol questions sent by the ICAO.
The ICAO audit carries a lot of weight globally and is crucial for India's aviation sector, which has emerged as one of the fastest growing domestic aviation markets in the world.
Hence forth we Traicon Events are proud to announce the 2nd Annual Airport Modernization Summit 2018 scheduled on 7 & 8 June. This forum will bring together key government and private aviation sector stake holders under one roof to discuss on the challenges and opportunities in developing and modernizing the Indian Aviation sector.

Benefits Of Attending

  • Learn about the opportunities and challenges in privatization of the aviation sector
  • Identify latest smart technologies and innovations for building smarter airports
  • Interact with key decision makers in a perfect business environment
  • Get updates on upcoming airport modernization and expansion projects
  • Exchange ideas with peers and meet with decision makers from emerging airports
  • Understand the opportunities to improve profitability of airports
  • Learn from international experts about international best practices

Inaugural Panel

Speaker Panel

Mr. Hari Marar

Managing Director & CEO

Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL).

Dr. Dewakar Goel

Director Indian Aviation Academy Ministry of Civil Aviation

Govt. of India

Mr . A . C . K Nair

Airport Director

Cochin International Airport Ltd

Inderjit Singh

Airport Consultant

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Montreal, Canada

Mr. Ravindra Kumar Srivastava

Former Chairman of Airports Authority of India

Additional Chief Secretary Govt of Jharkhand

Mr. Gurmukh Singh Bawa

Senior Aviation Consultant

Lynette DuJohn

Vice-President, Information Technology & Chief Digital Officer

Vancouver Airport Authority
Canada

Chris Runde

Director, Airport Innovation Accelerator

AAAE
USA

Brian Cobb, IAP

Chief Innovation Officer at Cincinnati

Northern Kentucky International Airport
Ohaio

John Harvey

Board of directors

Melbourne Airport
Australia

Rebecca Hop

Airport Director at Boise Airport

Boise, Idaho Area

Jerry Briana

Airport Director - Rogue Valley International Medford Airport

Medford, Oregon

30
Speakers
20
Partners
200
Delegates
8
Worshops

Supporting Partner

Supporting Associations

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