15 MAY 2017


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Article from BTNews 15 MAY 2017

Airport forum for London

Challenges and opportunities related to providing the best ways of getting people into and out of airports, improving customer experience and reducing carbon emissions will be debated next month.

The occasion will be the first Airport Access Ideas Forum to be held in London, being co-hosted on Wednesday 7 June by the Global AirRail Alliance and Norton Rose Fulbright, the international law firm.

Alliance director Milda Manomaityte said: “The event will bring together the highest level professionals from the aviation and ground transport industries and take an interactive shape to include all participants for more engaging discussions and product demonstrations.

“We will be looking at challenges airports are facing today and will face in the future in providing seamless and integrated ground access for passengers and employees through two major topics, innovations and new tech, and master-planning.”

Participants will look at how new technology and the sharing economy are changing airport road access and car parking, as well as ways public transport can deliver for airport operators in terms of non-aeronautical revenue, improved customer experience and business development.

The forum is being held at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP offices at 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ.



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