Montréal, July 8, 2016 – Ten CEO panelists from some of the world’s leading airports in China, Germany, India, Japan, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand gathered at the Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel to contribute their expert knowledge in the Airports of Thailand (AOT) Sister Airport CEOs Forum 2016, on July 6 to 8.

Mr.Nitinai Sirismatthakarn, President of AOT, welcoming the audience at the AOT Sister Airport CEO Forum 2016 on July 7.

Mr. Nitinai Sirismatthakarn, President of AOT, welcoming the audience at the AOT Sister Airport CEO Forum 2016 on July 7.

ASI’s President Dr. Pierre Coutu  moderated a full day  of sessions discussing megatrends such as the environment, technological advancements, globalization and terrorism and their impact on the airport business by 2030, while ASI’s Senior Vice President, Business Operations Mr. Gordon Hamilton also stepped in to present on best practices for generating airport revenues. Munich Airport shared its vision for best practices to enhance passenger experience for air service excellence.

AOT is a Thai public company managing Thailand’s six international airports. Its biggest airport, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, handled some 53 million passengers and 317,000 aircraft movements in 2015.

For more information, please contact:
Mr. Maxime Langlois
Director, Corporate Services
+1.514.398.0909
[email protected]

 

Montréal, July 8, 2016 – Ten CEO panelists from some of the world’s leading airports in China, Germany, India, Japan, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand gathered at the Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel to contribute their expert knowledge in the Airports of Thailand (AOT) Sister Airport CEOs Forum 2016, on July 6 to 8.

Mr.Nitinai Sirismatthakarn, President of AOT, welcoming the audience at the AOT Sister Airport CEO Forum 2016 on July 7.

Mr. Nitinai Sirismatthakarn, President of AOT, welcoming the audience at the AOT Sister Airport CEO Forum 2016 on July 7.

ASI’s President Dr. Pierre Coutu  moderated a full day  of sessions discussing megatrends such as the environment, technological advancements, globalization and terrorism and their impact on the airport business by 2030, while ASI’s Senior Vice President, Business Operations Mr. Gordon Hamilton also stepped in to present on best practices for generating airport revenues. Munich Airport shared its vision for best practices to enhance passenger experience for air service excellence.

AOT is a Thai public company managing Thailand’s six international airports. Its biggest airport, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, handled some 53 million passengers and 317,000 aircraft movements in 2015.

For more information, please contact:
Mr. Maxime Langlois
Director, Corporate Services
+1.514.398.0909
[email protected]

 

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