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Airports for the Future

By Elias Rassi Wednesday morning at ACI-NA’s 2013 Marketing and Communications Conference featured one of the most popular and inspirational sessions from Coca-Cola’s Chief Marketing Officer Joe Tripodi. This blog isn’t about Tripodi’s presentation; however, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention what it meant to the staff and guests to hear him speak. [...]

Wings for Autism to Expand

By Christine Cusatis, Centerlines Editor Jennifer Robtoy of The Charles River Center said Wednesday that the Wings for Autism program, designed to familiarize autistic children with airports, will expand to four airports outside of New England through a grant from Autism Speaks. The grant also will fund production of a training video to provide TSA [...]

Cyber Security, Why Should You Care?

By Liying Gu The ACI-NA Risk Management Committee kicked off the New Year with its 14th annual Risk Management Conference held in the warm and sunny Las Vegas with close to 140 attendees, very close to setting another new record. The first day of the conference covered multiple risks airports are facing, from safety risk, [...]

A Worldview on the Future of Aviation Security

By Christopher Bidwell In the years since 9/11, governments have added more aviation security layers with each new threat. Simply continuing to do things the same way and add even more layers is not sustainable over the long term. Further, there is a general reluctance to rescind measures, even when the threat or countermeasures has [...]


By AJ Muldoon There are myriad challenges change can present to an organization, particularly an airport. Today’s concurrent session: “Systematically and Strategically Managing Change” covered this topic from two different perspectives. DFW’s Chris Poinsatte and Toronto’s Lloyd McCoomb described implementing organization-wide change in a systematic manner. Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge, of St. Louis, described reacting to dramatic [...]

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