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Airport Cities

International

Gateways To Regional Economic Development

FRIDAY APRIL 11TH CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

Delegates will have the choice to attend one of the two concurrent sessions in the

SESSION B1

morning and afternoon of Day Two.

SESSION A1

PLANNING AND DEVELOPING Methodically master planning, designing, constructing and managing the entire process, ensuring the optimum success of the Airport City/Aerotropolis. Maximizing the return on your real estate assets through land planning incorporating the following types of development:

REVENUE GENERATION Identifying the major non-aeronautical revenue generators for the Airport City/Aerotropolis and assessing how to profitably develop the following concessions:

gas and real estate

Moderator: To be confirmed

Moderator: Chris LeTourneur

CEO & President, MXD Development Strategists

Presenters: John Terrell

VP Commercial Development, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Presenters: Ken Buchannan

EVP, Revenue Management, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Christoph Hommerich Vice President Real Estate, Fraport AG*

SESSION B2

SESSION A2

CARGO & AIR LOGISTICS Addresses the role that air cargo and air logistics plays in airport city and regional economic development. How to develop successful air cargo facilities and supporting infrastructure to maximize airport revenues, commercial real estate development , and metropolitan economic impact.

ACCESSIBILITY The importance of developing safe, effective and environmentally sustainable access to, in and around the Airport City/Aerotropolis. A series of case study presentations featuring key initiatives at DFW and leading global airport cities:

Presenters: Bill Frainey

Presenters: Andy Bell

AVP, Market Planning, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

VP Planning, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Moderator: John Kasarda

Moderator: John Kasarda

Director, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina

Director, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina

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