Tuesday, December 8 from 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM EST
Across the industry all airports are being severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, airports are experiencing historic decrease in their passenger and revenue levels and uncertainty with their future traffic. How are airports meeting their financial obligations during their unique environments, and how should they be better prepared for the near term?
This webinar features five airports that represent large, medium and small hub airports with different rate-making methodologies, which will share their perspectives on the current economic situation of their airports and how they are positioning their airports to ensure charging mechanisms supporting their financial recovery.
The speakers will share lessons learnt from this pandemic about different rate methodologies: what has transpired as it relates to risk/reward sharing with the airlines, whether residual airports found themselves in a stronger or weaker position, and how compensatory airports mitigated their risks. Additionally, the speakers will discuss how the current situation affected their Capital Improvement Programs and present their views on mutually beneficial commercial relations between airports and airlines.
Director of Finance
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Salt Lake City International Airport
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Deputy Director, Airports Division
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Los Angeles International Airport
Registration is OPEN. Please follow the link above to register.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Information
Participants will be able to:
- Learn how airports are meeting their financial obligations during their unique environments, and how they can be better prepared for the near term.
- Learn how different rate-making methodologies are impacting airport finance differently in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Learn how to form mutually beneficial commercial relations between airports and airlines.
Course Level: The course level is intermediate. The finance webinar series are designed for individuals with a basic understanding of airport industry concepts and issues.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge about airport business and financial management.
Advance Preparation: None.
Call participants are eligible to receive up to 1.5 hours of Finance CPE credit.
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