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ACI-NA Debuts First Accredited Professionals

ACI-NA Debuts First Accredited Professionals

Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) this week announced the first group to receive its new accredited U.S. Airport Professionals designation. Launched in 2020, the U.S. Airport Professional (USAP) Program is an accredited e-learning training curriculum to equip students with the leadership and strategic management skills necessary for personal…

ACI-World Launches Guidance Series to Boost Recovery

ACI-World Launches Guidance Series to Boost Recovery

…the series will include the launch of timely guidance in the areas of concession agreements, duty free, digital transformation, and food and beverage. The publications are being developed by ACI World’s new Sub-Committee on Airports’ Non-Aeronautical Revenues and Activities (ANARA), which is linked to the ACI World Economics Standing Committee….

ACI-World Offers Optimism for Air Traffic Recovery, Despite Ongoing Challenges

ACI-World Offers Optimism for Air Traffic Recovery, Despite Ongoing Challenges

Airports Council International (ACI) this week expressed renewed optimism for a global air traffic recovery despite persistent financial challenges and geopolitical tensions, as countries are easing many of their travel-related restrictions. ACI World’s late report on global passenger traffic, “The Impact of COVID-19 on the Airport Business—and the Path to…

ACI-NA Report Touts Preclearance Programs

ACI-NA Report Touts Preclearance Programs

…and CEO Michael Landguth, who serves as a liaison between the ACI-NA Board of Directors and ACI-NA’s Facilitation Committee. “This report confirms the immense benefits that come with expedited entrance into the U.S. from Canada. Preclearance supports long-term economic growth and investment in the regions where it has been implemented,…

ACI-NA Continues to Warn Against 5G Rollout

ACI-NA Continues to Warn Against 5G Rollout

The Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) this week continued to work to educate the public and media about the planned roll out of 5G telecom services by AT&T and Verizon that airports and airlines have warned could cause disruptions to their low visibility approach capability. Verizon and AT&T indicated this…