Over 800 aviation representatives, government officials, business and academic leaders, and other top industry professionals are meeting next week in Seoul, Korea from 26–28 May for the ACI Asia-Pacific/World Annual General Assembly.
Over the two-day conference, delegates will hear from top airport and industry experts who will share their experience and knowledge through dynamic presentations and interactive panel discussions. Jointly organized by ACI World and ACI Asia-Pacific, and hosted by Incheon Airport, the conference will gather aviation experts from all five ACI geographical regions to reach solutions on mastering the art of leadership; achieving customer service excellence; reaching a sustainable balance between economic regulation and airport investment; learning best practices and emerging trends in ensuring the continuity of service; and finding strategies to facilitate growth and maximize revenues from air cargo.
The event features an exhibition that will bring together airports, service providers and aviation-related businesses to showcase their latest infrastructure developments, technologies, products and services. In addition, the exhibition hall will teem with educational workshops and special VIP events, providing excellent networking and learning opportunities. The social highlight occurs on the evening of Tuesday, 27 May with the Gala Dinner, which will feature special entertainment, as well as the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards and the Director General's Roll of Excellence ceremonies.
Speakers and panellists at this year's World Annual General Assembly include Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu, President of the Council, International Civil Aviation Organization; Declan Collier, Chief Executive Officer, London City Airport; Hong-Yeol Choi, Acting President & CEO, Incheon International Airport Corporation; Tan Sri Bashir, Managing Director, Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad; Thomas Windmuller, Senior Vice President – Airport, Passenger and Cargo Services, International Air Transport Association; Kwang Soo Lee, CFO, Incheon International Airport Corporation; Jonathan Astill, Director International Affairs, NATS; Luc Partoune, Director General, Liège Airport; Mark Whitehead, Chief Executive, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited; and many more.