Airport Council International-North America’s (ACI-NA’s) Operations and Technical Affairs Committee brings together leaders from airport and associate members in the fields of airport safety, operations, maintenance, planning, design, and construction. The Committee forms a promoting a collaborative network within ACI-NA and associated organizations and ensures that ACI-NA can serve as the Voice of Airports in these areas.
The Committee provides innovative leadership in responding to current and anticipated industry challenges and regulatory and legislative change through the sharing of best practices, innovation forums, specialty conferences, policy and program development. The Committee is also committed to the education and development of current and future members.
The current Committee structure consists of the following working groups with subject matter expertise in the following areas:
- Planning & Development
- Construction & Project Delivery
- Facilities & Maintenance
- Operations & Safety
The Committee’s current areas of strategic focus are:
- Developing Guidance and Sharing Best Practices regarding Airport Flow Efficiency
- Addressing Talent Planning Challenges Associated with Operational and Technical Positions at Airports
- Fostering More Effective Collaboration with Industry Partners
- Supporting ACI-NA Initiatives to Define and Promote Airport Sustainability
ACI-NA Commentary on Operations & Technical Affairs
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