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New York City, NY, United States, 2007/02/06 - AIM announces the launch of its newest addition, Airport Innovation – a high-level quarterly publication reaching out to senior-level executives and powerful decision-makers in the airport/airline industry.
This journal features editorial thought leadership from world-class contributors and highly renowned industry professionals including:
Airport Cities: John Kasarda, Professor of Management and Director of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School; Dan Wong, Airports Committee Chair, American Planning Association.
Air Traffic Management & Control: Peter Dumont, President, Air Traffic Control Association; Basil Barimo, Vice President of Operations and Safety, Air Transport Association.
Airport Management: Paula Hochstetler, President, Airport Consultants Council; George Karamanos, Director of Communications and Marketing, Athens International Airport.
Airport IT & Communications: Arun Gulati, Director of IT Division, Detroit Metro Airport; Eric Leopold, Project Manager of Bar Coded Boarding Pass, International Air Transport Association; Linda Hirneise, Practice Leader for Global Travel and Hospitality Practice, J.D. Power & Associates.
Airport Security & Safety: Peter Greenberg, Travel Editor, NBC Today Show and America Online; Arnold Barnett, Professor of Management Science; MIT Sloan School of Management.
Airport Revenues: Stephen Freitas, Chief Marketing Officer, Outdoor Advertising Association of America.
Ground Support: James Christensen, President, NetJets Aviation.
The inaugural edition of Airport Innovation will cover industry trends, challenges and innovations, examining the evolving industry to provide cutting-edge information and solutions for its readers. Airport Innovation evaluates the key discussion points amongst airport/airline operations and decision-makers as they continue to strive to enhance process efficiency.
“The global air transportation industry has finally decided to change and embrace best-of-breed services and technology. All major airports and airlines are anticipating a return to the stable and successful growth that defined the last two decades. Airport Innovation is dedicated to being the industry’s leading source of transformative services and technology,” says Lanre Jacobs, Project Manager of Airport Innovation.
The publication is available in both print and online.
To register for a free subscription to Airport Innovation, please visit their website.
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About Airport Innovation
Published by Analysts In Media, Airport Innovation evaluates the key discussion points amongst airport operators and decision-makers as they strive to enhance process efficiency by reducing airport costs and the charges levied on airlines. In addition, Airport Innovation’s 35,000 audited circulation and global online readership will target key individuals who are making the next strategic and purchasing decisions, with up-to-date case studies, interviews, white papers and email marketing campaigns.