Airports Council International (ACI) World welcomed over 500 international delegates including government officials, airport and aviation executives to Incheon, Korea.
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Airports Council International Asia-Pacific (ACI Asia-Pacific)
Airport charges remain steady, post-pandemic, while airfares have soared allowing major airlines to reap record profits.
Ms. Noor Sabrina, of Malaysia Airports, has been declared as the winner of the ACI Asia-Pacific's Young Executive Award 2023.
The proposed agreement will urge for India and the EU to relax traffic rights, consolidate regulatory alignment. They will also put pressure on the two to establish decarbonisation policies of the two areas.
ACI reported, in their Asia-Pacific’s latest Airport Industry Outlook, that rising airfares across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East posed a threat to the aviation sector's recovery. Fuel prices, lack of airline competition and wage inflation were identified as the cause of these surging airfares.
ACI Asia-Pacific welcomes China’s decision to enable quarantine-free travel but calls for harmonised approach
Calls for coordination between governments in preparedness to manage pandemic and urges governments to work with aviation industry to make aligned decision for travel regimes.
Airports Council International Asia-Pacific has welcomed Japan, Hong Kong, and Chinese Taipei’s decisions to relax COVID-19-related restrictions on international travel.
Incheon Airport has become the first airport in the world to achieve this highest level of Airports Council International Customer Experience accreditation.
For International Airport Review’s Middle Eastern spotlight issue, Stefano Baronci, Director General of Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific, gives an overview of the airports in this region.
Airports Council International have urged State representatives at the upcoming the International Civil Aviation Organization, to reach an agreement on the long-term decarbonisation goal.
Airports Council International Asia-Pacific has requested for innovative procedures, flexible regulatory policies, greater efficiency, and an improved passenger experience as part of its long-term approach to help with airports' recovery.
Queen Alia International Airport has become the first airport in the Middle East, the second in the Airports Council International Asia-Pacific region and one of only 21 airports worldwide to be granted the Level 4+ ‘Transition’ of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme.
The Airports Council International Asia-Pacific has discovered that travel curbs are ineffective when limiting the international spread of COVID-19 and has recommended that the Japanese remove all international air travel restrictions.
According to the first edition of the Airport Industry Outlook, a quarterly report by Airports Council International Asia-Pacific, both Asia-Pacific and the Middle East aviation industry is experiencing green shoots of recovery.
Queen Alia International Airport has been awarded the Green Airports Recognition 2022 by Airports Council International Asia-Pacific for pioneering green practices in transitioning towards a more sustainable future.