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Oman Airports successfully participated at International and Regional meeting of ACI Asia and Pacific in Japan
26 April 2018 - Oman Airports successfully participated at International and Regional meeting of ACI Asia and Pacific in Japan

Oman Airports actively participated at the 13th edition of the ACI Airport Exchange held from 23 to 25 April in Narita, Japan. The event saw two panel discussions delivered by Oman Airports. The first panel entitled with “Leadership Forum – Aviation Industry beyond 2020 discussed the strategies and most crucial challenges faced by airport industry. Guiding the sector away from potential crises, the panel also highlighted the executive heads’ visions amid the rapid sector development, advanced technology and newly imposed regulations and systems. The second panel was entitled “Airport Capacity Boosting Plans in Asia and Impact on Air Transport Operations.”

Oman Airports participation is part of the company contribution with other partners to the airport sector through developing a road map for the aviation sector in the region. This comes in line with the sultanate main and strategic role reinforcing and subsequently contributing to the rapid pace of global growth and solutions finding to challenges faced by the sector.

ACI was a perfect opportunity for Oman Airports to market itself especially after the opening of the new Muscat International Airport`s Passenger Terminal. The come under the company`s vision to make Muscat International Airport among the top 20 airports in the world by 2020. Airport sector in the Sultanate is witnessing great growth, thus 2040 vision looks toward driving the diversification of the national economy through the logistics sector.

Oman Airports’ human resources team also participated at the ACI Human Resources Forum held from 21 to 24 April. The forum aimed at exchanging experiences and initiatives adopted by airports in order to develop and improve the employees’ performance in the sector.

Since its establishment in 1991, ACI Asia and Pacific has been representing airports’ interests to stakeholders such as governments and international organizations, and develop standards, policies and practices recommended for airports, as well as providing training and knowledge.

The ACI is the only commercial representative of airports around the world. It is also the “voice of Asia-Pacific Airports” and represents the interests of nearly 603 airports from 49 countries and regions, which accounts more than 90% of commercial air traffic in Asia and the Pacific.

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