Held in Denver, Colorado on December 8-10 December, the 2nd annual Aerotropolis Americas will bring together over 350 airport development and real estate professionals from the Americas and across the globe. Hosted by Denver International Airport (DIA), the three-day conference and exhibition will examine how airports can drive commercial development up to 40 miles away through transit-oriented development and aviation-linked business and community partnerships.
Gain a better understanding of the airport city and aerotropolis model, explore the future challenges and opportunities of airport development, share practical tips and best practice with airport leaders on expanding revenue streams and increasing demand for commercial services, and much more.
A sample of companies already confirmed to attend include:
* Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria * Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority * Turner Construction Company * EML Energy * Marshall Retail Group * Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria * Copenhagen Airports A/S * Winnipeg Airports Authority * Clayton County Office of Economic Development * Leduc Nisku Economic Development Association * Edmonton Airports * AMS Supply Chain Management, LLC * Bombardier * Brisbane Airport Corporation * Lea+Elliott, Inc. * Inframerica * Fentress Architects * Halifax International Airport Authority * Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc.
Secure your place before November 7 to save up to $100 - register today
Sessions to draw your attention to include:
- Governance Think Tank – Achieving a Shared Vision: exploring the different governance models employed and the advantages and disadvantages of each for airport city development stakeholder
- Generating Non-Aeronautical Revenues – Meeting Financial & Growth Needs: looking at airport revenue generation models (outside of the terminal) and exploring the role of the airport city as a catalyst and competitive accelerator for non-aeronautical revenues and economic growth
- Real Estate Perspective – Tenants, Investors & Lenders as Stakeholders: hear first-hand from tenants, investors and lenders about the factors that influenced their decision to invest in or locate facilities in and around the airport