COVID-19: Live aviation industry briefing – Daniel-Robert Gooch
Through this live online briefing, Daniel-Robert Gooch, President of Canadian Airports Council (CAC), discussed both the government and airport action to date, and the future of Canadian airport relief.
Dedicated to supporting the recovery of airports, Daniel outlined CAC’s plans to create a new customer experience; focused on safety and efficiency.
This exclusive briefing covered:
- Overview of unique Canadian airport governance model
- What airports mean to the Canadian economy
- Snapshot of where we are today
- Government actions to date
- Airport actions to date
- The future of Canadian airport relief and recovery: Challenges and opportunities
- Government actions and funding
- Canadian airport recovery actions and plans
- Creating a new customer experience focused on safety and efficiency
- Working with the international airport community
- Working with airline, business and tourism partners
- Next steps: Where do we go from here?
Watch on-demand for this free, exclusive opportunity to hear – directly from Daniel – advice on how Canadian airports can navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
Daniel-Robert Gooch, President, Canadian Airports Council
Daniel-Robert Gooch is President of the Canadian Airports Council (CAC). He previously served as the CAC’s Director of Communications and Policy.
As CAC President, Daniel oversees operations of ACI-NA’s Canadian division, leads Canadian government affairs and communications, and coordinates policy and regulatory efforts to effectively advance the airport industry within Canada. He serves as the Committee Secretary to the CAC Large Airport Caucus.
Daniel has more than 16 years’ experience in marketing, public relations and publishing, particularly in the aviation and technology sectors. Prior to joining the CAC, he was Publisher and Editor of Commercial Aviation Today, a Montréal-based daily electronic news publication for airline industry executives around the world. He also worked in marketing and media relations for U.S. and Canadian clients in the financial, healthcare and business-to-business technology sectors at firms in Atlanta.