Capacity Building through Efficient Use of Existing Airport Infrastructure Roundtable
With increasing demand for air travel, airports in many countries are facing capacity constraints.
The efficient and effective allocation of existing capacity is therefore increasingly important. This roundtable organised by ITF and Instituto Mexicano del Transporte convened international experts and industry representatives to discuss how to build airport capacity through efficient use of existing infrastructure, with focus on how governments can regulate capacity allocation to improve air connectivity.
Barry Humphreys, BKH Aviation
Time to Sweat the Assets?
Geert Boosten, Aviation Academy of Amsterdam
Alternative Solutions to Airport Saturation: Simulation Models applied to congested airports
Alfonso Herrera García, Instituto Mexicano del Transporte
Influencing Air Connectivity Outcomes
Guillaume Burghouwt, SEO Amsterdam Economics
The Value of Additional Airport Slots
Nicole Adler, Hebrew University of Jerusalem