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The Operations, Sustainability & Supply Chain Conference Agenda (2019)
Tuesday 11th June 2019 - Day 1
Case studies combining sustainability with airport operations best practice
Toronto City Airport Case Study: Improving passenger experience and service levels across the airport – including all service providers – using ASQ benchmarking as a tool
Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA)
“Delivering operational efficiency and commercial and service excellence for airports and their airline/customers”
Strategic Director, Aviation Services
- British Airways: ‘Future Size and Shape’ project at Gatwick
- British Airways: Pier 5 Gatwick requirements, including CUTE pricing
- Gatwick Airport: Capital plan for Q5 and Q6
- Gatwick Airport: Q5 Regulatory Compliance
Sharing sustainability lessons from other sectors
Lead Managing Consultant
Working towards your Sustainable Future
The operational considerations of construction: Using technology in managing largescale capital works projects
Supply Chain Special Briefing - Joint Presentation
Procurement – what it takes to succeed and deliver Heathrow Airport’s non-Expansion projects. Including a Live Poll
Senior Project Manager – Development
Commercial Manager - Finance
The Specialist Sustainability Panel: "The Decarbonised Future of Surface Access to Airports"
Technical and Policy Manager
Railway Industry Association
Heathrow Southern Railway
Surface Access Director
Deputy Director, Rail, Commercial and Communities - Heathrow Expansion Programme
Department for Transport
Head of Strategy – Surface Access
Wednesday 12th June - Day 2
Keynote Speech: Airport Collaborative Decision Making: Optimising the efficiency of airport operations – how well are all stakeholders actively collaborating in practice?
Producing an effective and proportionate winter services programme devised by the whole community of stakeholders – airline, airport, provider
Working Together, the Community Approach
Ground Operations – Winter Operations Manager
Head of Airside
London Luton Airport
Europe Integrated De-icing Service UK
The Remote Tower Workshop
Jersey Airport digital tower case study, from concept to approval and beyond
Business Development Manager
Ports of Jersey
ATCO/ANS Development Manager
Ports of Jersey
Digital Towers – Which way forward?
VP Development & Governmental Affairs
Head of ATM
Head of Programmes & Development
Air Navigation Solutions Ltd
The new generation of Connected Airports
Growth Sales Leader Airports
Bird hazard management
How airports are moving towards measuring real risk – and not just recorded bird strikes
Robin Radar Systems
A new approach to bird control
Clear Flight Solutions
Monitoring & Mitigating Bird strike Risk with the MERLIN ABAR System
DeTect Global Ltd
- There is no global consensus on what defines a ‘bird strike’.
- Counting bird strikes around airports is generally the basis for indicating performance, although the difference between a near-miss and an actual bird strike is pretty much luck.
- An increase in bird strikes may reflect better reporting rather than a real physical increase.
- This paper show how airports are moving towards the next-generation of bird hazard Key Performance Indicators by combining cutting-edge avian radars with new data analysis tools to enable objective measurement of real bird strike risk.
- Leeds Bradford Airport hits milestone on roadmap to net zero
- AGS Airports CEO Derek Provan to step down in 2023
- Gatwick opens new retail offers including two LEGO stores
- Virgin Atlantic announces new daily service from Heathrow to Tampa
- Manchester Airports Group rebrands merged MAGO and MAG USA as CAVU
- Shannon Airport and regional economy feel bounce as world’s top golfers arrive for JP McManus Pro-Am
- easyJet launches route from Belfast City to Liverpool
- Aer Lingus Regional announces Cardiff and Southampton services from Belfast City base
- London City Airport begins 10-week consultation on changes to existing planning permission
- More businesses can now register their interest in supplying Gatwick