2020 Airports@Work Conference Update
Due to the evolving and expanding COVID-19 pandemic and associated national, state/provincial, and local responses, the 2020 Airports@Work Conference in Seattle has been cancelled.
We are taking this action in accordance with the best available advice from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and World Health Organization.
All registration fees will be refunded in full. Registered participants should be receiving a notice of refund within the next week. If you have any additional questions about meeting cancellations, please contact ACI-NA Meetings at email@example.com.
The 2021 Airports@Work Conference will be in Fort Lauderdale, FL, April 19 – 22.
Who Should Attend
ACI-NA’s Airports@Work Conference brings together the most complex facets of airport operations — safety, security, environment, technology, and technical affairs for a collaborative discussion about today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.
Any professional interested in learning about aviation trends or meeting industry leaders should attend, including:
Environment – Join fellow airport environmental staff, experienced consultants and experts to learn about the latest developments on a variety of airport environmental topics ranging from stormwater to noise and many in between, including regulatory updates. The information exchange begins with the eight environmental working groups meeting in break-out sessions, followed by a variety of panel sessions.
Security – The track offers the chance for airport safety and security professionals to meet with officials from TSA, FAA and other agencies and discuss current challenges facing North America’s airports.
Technology – Technology evolves by the minute, but is your airport able to keep up with the latest trends? Get up to speed on the ever-changing IT landscape and how to capitalize on the value of your airport’s IT infrastructure.
Operations – This is a “can’t miss” track for airport operations, safety, planning, and engineering professionals. The conference will feature interactive working group breakout sessions, a host of in-depth panel discussions, and regulatory updates from both sides of the US/Canada border.