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33. ACI Re-Elects Jost Lammers as President
Jost Lammers, CEO of Munich Airport, has been re-elected as President of the Airport Council International (ACI). Lammers has led the umbrella organization of European airports in this position since July 2019 and will continue to represent the interests of over 500 airports in 45 European countries for another year.
34. ACI Asia Pacific Records 5.9% Increase in Passenger Traffic for July 2013
According to the latest ACI Passenger and Freight Flash Reports, airports in Asia Pacific continue to register a steady growth in passenger traffic for the month of July 2013 with a year-on-year increase of +5.9%. Middle Eastern airports recorded a +1.6% increase when compared to July 2012. Although this percentage is lower than the double-digit figures registered in previous month
35. Airports Council International puts weight behind next months Airport Show in Dubai
Airports Council International puts weight behind next months Airport Show in Dubai. The Airports Council International (ACI), a highly influential organisation in the global airport business, is putting its weight behind next months Airport Show in Dubai.Spearheading ACIs presence at the Airport Show 2008, Andreas Schimm, the organisations Director, Economics and Programme Dev
36. Hyderabads Rajiv Gandhi Int. Airport Receives Carbon Accreditation
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA), Hyderabad, has received Airport Carbon Accreditation at Level 2 Reduction for its efforts in managing and reducing carbon emissions. The Airport Carbon Accreditation certification was presented to RGIA on 8 November during the 8th ACI Asia-Pacific Small Airports Seminar organized by ACI Asia-Pacific and hosted by GMR Hyderabad Internati
37. ACI Asia Pacific Reports 1.8% Increase in Passenger Traffic in January 2013
According to ACI Asia Pacific, the region recorded a slight increase of +1.8% in passenger traffic and +11.3% in air freight traffic in January 2013 when compared to January 2012. This lower than expected increase in passenger traffic was primarily due to the Chinese New Year effect as the holidays fell in the month of January last year but in February this year. As a result, passe
38. Three Airports in Asia Pacific Now Airport Carbon Accredited
ACI Asia Pacific has confirmed that three more airports are now Airport Carbon Accredited. In 2009, ACI Europe launched Airport Carbon Accreditation which provided an independent tool to access and recognize the efforts of airports in managing and reducing their CO2 emissions. In November 2011, the program received support from ICAO and was extended to the Asia Pacific region with
39. Queensland Airports Wins Human Resources Excellence Recognition 2014 Award
ACI Asia-Pacific has named the winners of its Human Resources Excellence Recognition 2014 Awards which aims to recognize outstanding achievements in HR management. The ACI Asia-Pacific Human Resource Excellence Recognition is a new program initiated by the region and launched in 2013 with the objective to promote professional excellence in Airport HR management. Airports with outst
40. ACI Reports 4.6% Increase in Passenger Traffic in April 2013
According to the latest ACI Passenger and Freight Flash Reports, passenger traffic in the Asia Pacific region continued its upward trend in April 2013. A year-on-year increase of +4.6% and +10.2% were recorded at airports in Asia Pacific and the Middle East respectively when compared to April 2012.

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