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|Leadership and innovation in airport management|
|ACI Africa with host l’Office de l'Aviation Civile et des Aéroports (OACA) invites you to the 24th ACI Africa Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, held from 20–22 October 2015 in Hammamet, Tunisia.|
Focusing on leadership and innovation in the management of airports to meet the developmental challenges of Africa's air transport sector, this conference provides an excellent opportunity for executives, experts and exhibitors from the airport and aviation industries to exchange best practices, as well as forge a shared vision for the future business of airports in Africa.
|The conference, which is themed "Leadership and innovation in airport management," will bring together more than 400 decision makers and service providers from across the world, including airport CEOs, industry leaders, as well as chairmen and members of the Council. Topics presented at the conference will focus on leadership and innovation in all aspects of the aviation industry with a special focus on Africa.
|Session 1: Leadership and innovation Challenges|
The session will set the scene by highlighting the key leadership issues faced by CEOs in airports industry
Session 2: Need for Leadership and Innovation in Modern Management
The session will focus on the key principles of modern leadership models in airport management and the impact of innovation and technology on airport development and service enhancement
Session 3: adaptation of the Leadership to the airport type and model
The session will focus on management and leadership models and their adaptation to the types of airports and management objectives
Session 4: Preparing the future leader
The session will focus on the importance of training, denition of airport business, succession planning and retention of competent staff
Session 5: ACI Africa Annual General Assembly
Session 6: How technology can support/develop airport business?
The session will focus on the opportunities and programs brought by technology to improve airport operations, service quality, facilitation of air travel and the economic protability of airports
Session 7: Technology in everyday life of an airport
This session will address the importance of technology as a resource optimization tool, information exchange, interface between airport stakeholders (airlines, authorities, air trac control, handling, etc.)
Session 8: Using technology to increase non-aeronautical revenues
This session will provide concrete examples of information technology solutions to increase the economic protability of business and the creation of innovative activities oering better services and bringing new opportunities to the airport
Session 9: Aviation and Cyber-security: how to anticipate future threats?
The session will address issues relating to threats on the aviation IT system and their impact and the need to work together to develop a regulatory framework for the cyber-security.
|The 24th ACI Africa Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition brochure contains event and conference schedules, as well as information on the conference and meeting venues, entry visas, currency, money exchange, transportation, weather, sponsorship packages and opportunities, exhibition opportunities, the exhibition floor plan and registration.|
To download the conference brochure, please click here.
|Fees: Delegates, exhibitors and sponsors|
|For more information on delegate registration, please see page 23 of the conference brochure.|
|For more information on exhibition opportunities, please see page 21 of the conference brochure.|
For a map displaying reserved and available exhibition booths, please click here.
|For more information on sponsorship packages please see pages 18–20 of the conference brochure.|
|Registration for the 24th ACI Africa Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition consists of three options: delegates, exhibitors and sponsors. Please register for the option relevant to you by selecting the appropriate link below.|
Delegate registration form »
Sponsorship payment form »
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|Entry to Tunisia may require a visa for nationals of some countries. Visa requirements may also depend on the type of passport (diplomatic, special and regular). All visitors need a passport valid for at least 6 months with adequate unused pages allowing for any necessary stamps upon arrival and departure. Should you require a visa, you are advised to apply for it at the Tunisian embassy, or appropriate consulate representation, in your home country or your country of residence.
For participants from countries where there is no Tunisian diplomatic representation, OACA and ACI Africa can intervene to get the visa on arrival at Tunis Carthage airport. In such case, provide 30 Dinars visa fees.
For more information on visa requirements, please see pages 14–15 of the conference brochure or email email@example.com.
An exit of the territory tax is applied to non-resident foreigners in Tunisia. This 30DT tax is perceived as a stamp to buy before the departure from Tunisian airports.
|To ensure a pleasant and comfortable stay for the delegates, five of the most distinguished hotels in Hammamet have been selected for their proximity to the conference venue and their outstanding service quality.|
For hotel booking, please click here.
|For more information on the 24th ACI Africa Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, email:|
|Mr. Ali Tounsi|
Mme. Nezha Karbal
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