The ACI-NA Commercial Management Committee is the forum for the discussion and development of policies and programs that relate to airport non-aeronautical revenue. The main non-aeronautical sources at airports are parking and airport access, in-terminal concessions, rental car operations, land rental, and advertising. Committee members focus on creative sources of non-aeronautical revenue and new ways to enhance and entice the airport experience of traveling passengers.

The Commercial Management Committee collaborates with various other ACI-NA committees with input regarding non-aeronautical revenue topics, and assists in coordination of selected initiatives. Annually, the committee completes the ACI-NA Concessions Benchmarking Survey that allows airports to evaluate best practices of airports based on similar size or geographic location. In addition, the leadership of the committee assists ACI-NA with the coordination of the annual ACI-NA Business of Airports Conference and the Excellence in Airport Concessions Awards.

The Commercial Management Committee has the following working groups:

  • Airport Best Practices Forum
  • Airports Only
  • Airport Innovation
  • Concessions Benchmarking
  • Parking & Ground Transportation
  • Stakeholder & Membership Engagement

Leadership

Chair
Amy Snyder
Property & Contract Administrator
Boise Airport

Committee Secretary
Aneil Patel
(202) 293-8500

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Committee News

ACI-NA Launches New Website

Members always tell us the real value of ACI-NA comes through our ability to advance airport priorities in Washington D.C. and Ottawa, provide essential industry intelligence by keeping the pulse […]

Hurricane Florence Relief Fund Established

Many of us have watched the devastation brought about by Hurricane Florence in the Carolina region.  This most recent storm has been particularly devastating for many of our airport industry […]

ACI-NA to Celebrate 70th Anniversary in Nashville

Join us September 30 – October 2 for our 2018 Annual Conference & Exhibition in Nashville. 2018 marks ACI-NA’s 70th anniversary, so be sure to join us for a special […]

Press Releases

State of the Industry: “Ensuring Another Successful 70 Years for Airports”

State of the Industry “Ensuring Another Successful 70 Years for Airports” Remarks by Kevin M. Burke President and CEO Airports Council International-North America 2018 ACI-NA Annual Conference and Exhibition October […]

Airports Call for Modernization of Airport Infrastructure in FAA Reauthorization Proposal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 24, 2018 WASHINGTON — Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) President and CEO Kevin M. Burke and American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) President and […]

North American Airports Experience Record Growth in 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 20, 2018 WASHINGTON – Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) today released the 2017 North American Airport Traffic Summary, containing passenger, cargo and aircraft operations data from […]

Events

ACI-NA Commentary on Commercial Management

Will Technology Solve the Capacity Crisis?

Passenger numbers are expected to double by 2035. IoT queue measurement technology enables airports to keep waiting times from growing. By Marc Rauch, Xovis The airport industry stays on the […]

BNA Is Ever-Expanding

By Douglas E. Kreulen, A.A.E., President and CEO, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority Nashville is on fire – there really is no other way to describe it. Always a great place […]

What’s On Trend for 2019?

By Sandy Smith As airports continue to focus on an improved customer experience, they are looking beyond and outside of the box to pinpoint areas that could use improvement – […]

Event Presentations and Webinars

2018 ACI-NA Annual Conference

2018 Pre-Conference Workshops and Committee Meetings Air Cargo Business Diversity Business Information Technology Environmental Affairs Finance Operations and Technical Affairs   2018 ACI-NA Annual Conference Educational Sessions 2A. Balancing Access […]