More new speakers added to Passenger Terminal Conference!

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Over 30 new speakers have been added to the Passenger Terminal Conference since the publication of the last printed program (second edition), including leading experts from the following global airports, airlines, aviation administrations, architects and design firms:

• Corneel Koster, Chief Operating Officer, Aeromexico, Mexico

• Lone Teist, Service & Quality Manager, Billund Airport, Denmark

• Tom Mockett, Airport Masterplanning Manager, Brussels Airport Company, Belgium

• Lee Wei Xian, Manager, Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Singapore

• Mike Rathbun, Director of Business Solutions, Denver International Airport, USA

• James Samperi, Director, Engine Service Design, UK

• Simon McNamara, Director General, European Regions Airline Association, UK

• Kamesh Rao, CEO, GMR Airport Developers Limited, India

• Kirsten Fordyce-Wheeler, Vice President, Director of Interiors, HOK, USA

• Michael Crump, Product & Innovation Director, Honour, UK

• Paul Behan, Director, Passenger, IATA, Switzerland

• Bruno Roussel, E-Invoicing Standard Manager and Mobilisation, IATA, Canada

• Hatsumi Sugiyama, Assistant, Aviation Sales and Marketing Division, Japan Airport Terminal Co Ltd, Japan

• Christina Doerge, Dipl.-Ing. Architect , K+P Architekten und Stadtplaner, Koch·Voigt·Zschornack, Germany

• Luis Vidal, Architect and Founder of Luis Vidal + Architects, Luis Vidal + Architects (LVA), Spain

• Dr Maria Francesca Di Massimo, IT Official, Ministero dell’Interno (Ministry of Interior), Italy

• Ta-Chung Chen, Technical Specialist, Ministry of Transport & Communications MOTC, Taiwan

• Hideharu Miyamoto, Corporate Strategies & Planning, Narita Airport Corporation, Japan

• Hesham Saeed, HTC Duty Manager, PPMDC, Saudi Arabia

• Royston d’Souza, Manager Customer Delivery, Qatar Airways, Qatar

• Daniel De Cruz, Director Business Development, SITA, Switzerland

• Ray Batt, Director Business Development, SITA, UK

• Richard Kennedy, Co-Chief Operating Officer, Skanska USA, USA

• Elizabeth Pressnell, Vice President, Government Relations, Smiths Detection, USA

• Chui-lung Chang, Chief Engineer, Taoyuan International Airport Corporation, Taiwan

• Dr Sani Sener, President & CEO, TAV Airports Holding & TAV Construction, Turkey

In total, the conference will see over 300 speakers, and will feature 13 dedicated sessions over three full days. Dedicated sessions include Airport Cities & Transport Connections; Airport Design, Planning & Development; Aviation Security, Border Control & Facilitation; Commercial Development, Concessions, Retail & Media; Customer Service & Passenger Experience; Economics, Investment & Financing; Energy, Environment & Sustainability; Increasing Airport Capacity; Management & Operations (including Crisis & Disaster Planning); Passenger Processing: Baggage Handling, Tracking, Identification, Check-in & Self-Service; Technology, Systems Integration, IT & ICT. There’s also a dedicated IATA Day session on Wednesday March 11, in which IATA representatives and guests will discuss industry challenges.

Passenger Terminal Expo and Conference 2015 will take place at Porte de Versailles in Paris, France on March 10-12. The free-to-attend Expo will showcase the latest innovations in passenger terminal design, management, security and technology. See the full conference program here.

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Helen has worked for UKi Media & Events for nearly a decade. She joined the company as assistant editor on Passenger Terminal World and since progressed to become editor of five publications, covering everything from aviation, logistics and e-commerce to meteorology. She has a love for travel and property and has redeveloped three houses in three years. When she’s not editing magazines, she’s running around after her two boys and their partner in crime, Pete the pug.

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