16th Annual Conference on AIRPORTS IN INDIA

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For registration process/payment to attend the conference, please contact:
Aditee Sharma
Mobile: +91-9910664828
Email: sharma.aditee@indiainfrastructure.com

 

  • There is a 30 per cent discount before January 14, 2020
  • There is a 20 per cent discount before February 10, 2020
  • GST @18 per cent is applicable on the registration fee.
  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors. The company publishes Indian Infrastructure (a magazine on infrastructure policy and finance) and Power Line (India’s premier power magazine). It also publishes a series of reports on the infrastructure sectors including Airport Development in India, Freight Market in India and Storage Infrastructure in India. It also publishes Aviation News (a weekly newsletter) and the Airport Directory and Yearbook.

 

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For sponsorship and speaking opportunities, please contact::

Aditee Sharma
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Email: sharma.aditee@indiainfrastructure.com

 

All the major players and stakeholders that have participated in the previous years include:  AAI Cargo Logistics and Allied Services Company; Aarvi Encon; ACO Systems & Solutions; Adani Airports; Advaita Legal; AECOM; AERA; AIMIL; AIQ Consulting; Air Asia; Airport Design Consult; Airports Authority of India; AERA; All About Pavements; ALTYS Technologies; Amadeus; Arth Design Build; Arup; ATT Systems Group; Australian Trade & Investment Commission; Aven Consultants; Axis Bank; Balajee Infratech; Bangalore International Airport; Bank of Baroda; Baumer; Bechtel; Benoy; Berger India; Bluestar; Bonfiglioli Transmissions; Bosch; BPCL; British High Commission; BCAS; Burohappold Engineering; C&S Electric; CAPA; Cargo Service Centre; Cavotec; CBRE South Asia; CentrumDirect; CH2M Hill; Chennai Airport; Choksey Chemicals; CIDCO; Clean India (Cradle Runways); Climaveneta Climate Technologies; Cochin International Airport; Coimbatore International Airport; Colleagues Consultants; Consulate General of Canada; COWI; Cradle Runways; Creative Group; Crescent Foundry; Crompton Greaves; CrowdVision; CSA Infratech; Cushman & Wakefield; Datel AS; DEHN India; Delhi International Airport; Desai & Diwanji; DFC; DGCA; Dhir & Dhir Associates; Dholera International Airport Company; DigiCollect; Dineshchandra R Agrawal Infracon; Directorate of Civil Aviation; DMH Advisors; Dnata; Dorsch Consult India; Dornier Consulting; Dow Chemical; DTP; Dua Associates; Duraline; Dynatest Denmark; E&Y LLP; ECIL Rapiscan; Efla Oy; Egis India; eJet International; Elenium Automation; Enerparc; Envision Enterprise Solutions; E-pack Polymers; ESCO Arrester Systems; Flanders Investment &Trade; Fosroc Chemicals; Frost & Sullivan; Gainwell Commosales; Gandhi Automations; GIDB; Global Aviation India; Global Infrastructure Partners; GMR Group; GMR Hyderabad Air Cargo & Logistics; GMR Goa International Airport; GMR Hyderabad International Airport; Gondia Airport (Maharashtra); Graco India; Green Belting Industries; Green Furniture Concept; Grundfos Pumps; Gunnebo; Gupta Power; Hammurabi & Solomon Partners; Hexagon Geospatial; Hill International; Hindustan Colas; HKS Architect; Honeywell; HPCL; IBI Group; IBM; ICICI Bank; ICT; IDBI; IEE (Quanzen Services LLP); IHSE USA LLC; IIFCL Projects; India Aviation Consulting & Support; IOCL; IndianOil SkyTanking; Indigo Airlines; Indra Sistemas; IDDS; IDC Karnataka; Iridis; J. Sagar Associates; Jaipur International Airport; JayAmbe Group; Jeppesen; JMC Projects; JSW Steel; Kalpataru Power; Kannur International Airport; KEI Industries; KfW IPEX Bank GmbH; Khaitan & Co.; Kingspan Panels; KITCO; KPMG; KSIIDC; Kvadrat Singapore; L&T Construction; L&T Engineering; Landrum & Brown; Lea Associates; Leonardo Aerospace; Link Legal India; Linnhoff India; LocusLabs; Logplan Europe; Lucky Investment Managers; Lufthansa Consulting; M V Kini & Co; Maccaferri Enviornmental Solutions; MADC (Mihin India); Magnetic Autocontrol; Marsh India; Materna; Mecon; Millennium Aero Dynamics; Ministry of Civil Aviation; Ministry of Communications; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries; Mumbai International Airport; MYK Schomburg India; Navi Mumbai International Airport; NIIF; NBCC; Nerolac; Nippon Koei India; Noida International Airport; NSC Projects; Nuctech India; OAG; Ooms Polymer Modified Bitumen; Paramount Wires & Cables; Parsons Corporation; Pentair Electronics Protection; Pidilite Industries; Plug and Play Tech Center; Poovayya & Co.; ProDIGIQ; Prointec; PTC Financial; PWC; Quanzen Services; Ramboll; Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management; RITES; Roads and Concrete; Rosenberger; Royal Schiphol Group; Saab India; SAGTA Engineering; Saraogi Builders; SATS Singapore; SBI Capital Markets; Schindler; Schmalz India; Selex ES; Shapoorji Pallonji; Shell Aviation; Sherisha Technology; Shirdi International Airport; Siemens; Signify; Sikka Associates; Simplex Infrastructure; SkiData; Sloan India; SMEC; Smiths Detection; Societa Per Azioni Esercizi Aeroportuali S.E.A.; Sojitz India; Somfy India; SBI; Sterling & Wilson; STP; Strategic Decisions Group; Stup Consultants; SureScan Corporation; Surya Lighting; Tata BlueScope Steel; Tata Communications; TCE; Tata Elxsi; Tata Projects; Tata Realty & Infrastructure; Tata Steel; Tatva Legal; TAV Technologies; TCR International; Terre Armée; Thyssenkrupp Elevator; Tirupati Airport; Toshi Automatic; Track IT Solutions; Transoft Solutions; TRF; Trichy Airport; Trilegal; Trimble Solutions; Tuaman Engineering; Turner International; UTC; Vaaan Infra; Vanderlande; Veldeman Structure Solutions; Veracity; Vinci; Vitra India; Voltas; Volvo; White Tara Enterprises; Wipro; Xovis; Youyang Airport Lighting; Zurich Airport International Asia; etc
  • Traffic at Indian airports grew by almost three times of the GDP in the decade preceding 2020. India has become the third largest domestic civil aviation market in the world.
  • The complete suspension of air travel in March 2020 led to a decline of about 70 per cent in passenger traffic during April-December 2020 over April-December 2019. However, with the easing of travel restrictions, passenger traffic started recovering in January 2021. During the period April-August 2021, Indian airports carried over 63 million passengers, significantly higher than the 24 million passengers carried during the corresponding period in 2020.
  • Despite disruptions caused by the pandemic, the airport sector in India is looking for large-scale capacity expansion in the next few years, driven by the construction of greenfield airports and expansion of existing airports. Greenfield airport projects at Navi Mumbai, Jewar, Mopa, Purandar, Bhogapuram and Dholera have made significant headway in the past couple of years.
  • The National Infrastructure Pipeline has also provided for a capex of Rs 900 billion for financial years 2020-25 to scale up the passenger handling capacity. Under this, the construction of new terminals, terminal buildings, runways, taxiways, and parking facilities is being undertaken.
  • Several airports are being developed under the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS-UDAN), and terminal buildings are being expanded to improve amenities and passenger handling capacity.
  • Further, the National Monetisation Pipeline has identified a monetisable asset base of 25 airports with an indicative value of over Rs 207 billion. The government aims to privatise 13 airports by March 2022. Besides, the divestment of AAI’s residual stake in Mumbai (26 per cent), Delhi (26 per cent), Hyderabad (13 per cent), and Bangalore (13 per cent) has also been considered under the monetisation pipeline.
  • In order to enable the bundling of airports as a bidding strategy for monetisation, a bill for Amendment to the AERA Act has been introduced during March 2021 in the Lok Sabha to empower AERA to determine tariff for a group of airports.
  • Technology deployment has come to the forefront. Automated processing of passengers is now being looked at by several airports. Contactless screening and plane boarding procedures, biometrics, facial recognition systems, automated video surveillance systems and crowd management solutions are some of the areas that airports have started exploring.
  • The mission of this conference is to discuss the emerging sector trends, highlight the upcoming opportunities, identify the unresolved challenges, and discuss the future priorities. The conference will also showcase the most noteworthy projects and promising technology solutions.

TRENDS, OPPORTUNITIES AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the emerging trends in the sector?
  • What has been the impact of Covid-19 on traffic, projects and investments?
  • What are the key areas of concern?
  • What is the outlook for the sector?

MoCA’s PERSPECTIVE: PROGRESS, NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND VISION FOR THE FUTURE

  • What is the government’s vision for airport development?
  • What are the key priority areas?
  • What are the key recent initiatives? What has been the progress so far?
  • What are the key challenges? What are the expectations from the industry?

FOCUS ON AAI’S PLANS, INITIATIVES AND FUTURE STRATEGIES

  • What has been the overall progress under brownfield and greenfield airport projects?
  • What have been the recent initiatives taken by AAI to improve the operational efficiency of airports?
  • What are AAI’s plans to enhance airport capacity in the future?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities in the sector?

AIRPORT PRIVATISATION: OPPORTUNITIES UNDER NATIONAL MONETISATION PIPELINE

  • What has been the experience so far with regard to airport privatisation?
  • What are the various factors influencing the monetisation of airport assets? What will be the impact of Covid-19 on the government’s asset monetisation programme?
  • What are the future plans and targets?

INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE: EXPERIENCE, STRATEGIES AND OUTLOOK

  • What has been the experience so far? What has been the impact of Covid-19 on projects and investment plans?
  • What are the key issues impeding faster development of the sector?
  • How should the government address these issues and what specific measures should it take?
  • What are the suggestions/recommendations for the development of airports (during and post Covid-19)?

PROJECT SHOWCASE: GREENFIELD AIRPORTS

  • What has been the project development/construction experience?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities?
  • What are some of the best practices and key learnings?

BEST PRACTICES IN AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION

  • What are the strategies for timely and cost-effective construction?
  • What are the best practices in project management?
  • What is the potential role of technology and automation?

PROJECT SHOWCASE: NEW TERMINALS AT EXISTING AIRPORTS

  • What has been the project development/construction experience?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities?
  • What are some of the best practices and key lessons learnt?

PASSENGER FACILITATION: EFFICIENT PROCESSES, INITIATIVES AND NEW SOLUTIONS

  • What have been some of the recent advancements in this area?
  • What is the role of technology and automation in passenger facilitation?
  • What are the best practices? What are the challenges?

PROJECT SHOWCASE: AIRPORT MODERNISATION

  • What has been the implementation experience so far?
  • What are the focus areas for upgradation?
  • What are the upcoming opportunities?

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR SMART AIRPORTS

  • What are some of the use cases and experience with automation?
  • What are some of the recent advancements?
  • What are the emerging future requirements?

This session will cover technologies being deployed in the following areas:

  • Contactless screening and plane boarding
  • Biometrics
  • Facial recognition systems
  • Baggage Handling
  • Automated video surveillance systems
  • Crowd management solutions

ECONOMIC REGULATIONS AT AIRPORTS

  • How has the regulatory regime evolved over time?
  • What have been the key challenges in tariff determination for major airports?
  • What will be the likely impact of the AERA (Amendment) Bill, 2021 on tariffs for major airports?

UPDATE ON REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY SCHEME

  • What has been the progress under RCS?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? What are the lessons learnt?
  • What are the future plans and targets?

FOCUS ON CARGO HANDLING INFRASTRUCTURE

  • What are the key cargo-related initiatives being taken at Indian airports?
  • What are the key initiatives being undertaken by AAICLAS?
  • What is the outlook? What are the future opportunities?

SPOTLIGHT ON AIR NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES

  • What have been the recent advancements in CNS/ANS services at airports?
  • What can the industry expect from the GAGAN project? What are the timelines?
  • What are the key initiatives that can be expected in the next few years?

INNOVATIONS IN EQUIPMENT

  • What are the recent advancements in terms of equipment being deployed at airports?
  • What are the new industry offerings?
  • What lessons can be learnt from the global experience?

This session will cover key equipment being deployed in the following segments:

  • Terminal construction and installations
  • Ground support equipment and services
  • Technical systems and services (airside)
  • Airfield construction and installations
  • Architectural and interior design and information design
  • Infrastructure management
  • End-to-end baggage tracking/passenger management

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Aditee Sharma
Mobile: +91-9910664828
Email: sharma.aditee@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is targeted at:

  • Existing airport operators
  • Developers and contractors
  • Renewable energy companies
  • Safety, security and surveillance companies
  • Airport service providers
  • Financial institutions
  • New/Potential airport operators
  • Lighting companies
  • Engineering and construction firms
  • Communication solution providers
  • Management consultants and market analysts
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • Airlines
  • Legal firms
  • Architecture and design consultants
  • Cargo and MRO service providers
  • Construction material manufacturers
  • Aviation fuel sellers
  • IT solution providers and technology providers (cement, steel, etc.)

By :

  • Le Meridien
  • New Delhi

Event Schedule Details

  • March 8, 2022 (Tuesday) - March 9, 2022 (Wednesday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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