Meeting Archive:
Optimized Resource Management for Airports

Meeting Description:

Optimized Resource Management for Airports – Managing the “Physical & Fiscal” Constraints


As airports struggle with the growing demand for air travel and manage more resources via common-use and preferential-use facilities and airlines devolve of exclusive-use facilities, while focusing on cost per emplanements, there exists a number of challenges including facility (physical) contraints and budgetary (fiscal) constraints.  What if there was a way to achieve capacity without costly infrastructure improvements?


In this FREE one-hour webinar, our panel of experts will discuss the benefits of  Airport Optimization from both academic research and air carrier perspectives as well as from the fastest-growing, large hub U.S. Airport.


These experts will discuss actual experiences, performance and the results of airport optimization applications from both the planning and real-time management of resources, (Gates/loading bridges, Hard Stands, Passenger Hold Rooms, ticket counter, baggage claim and baggage claim), during routine and irregular operations

Date: Wed, Oct 14, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Airport Improvement Magazine
 Presenter Information
Paul Bowers
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Moderator, Publisher, Airport Improvement Magazine

John-Paul Clarke
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Associate Professor
Georgia Tech College of Engineering

Benjamin Leischner, A.A.E.
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Airline Systems Resource Manager
Port of Seattle (Seattle International Airport)

Brett Coulter
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Consultant/Project Manager, INFORM Aviation