Ideal Strategies to Develop Efficient Airfields and Implement Cost Effective Asset Management
The regional airports, apart from adding new runway systems, are also expanding the existing runways and airside assets.
But developing cost efficient regional hubs with better airside infrastructure, capable of handling new and heavier aircraft, poses several challenges:
- Are these new airside projects operationally efficient?
- Have new airside expansions included strong asset management strategies?
- Do they comply with the ideal maintenance requirements?
The 5th annual Airfield Engineering and Asset Maintenance Asia approaches these core challenges through a combination of presentations, case studies and technical workshops led by 24 international experts.
Major themes discussed in 2014:
- New Regulations Impacting Engineering Design for Airfields
- Cost Efficient Techniques in Airfield Design and Construction
- Enhancing Airfield Efficiency from Concept to Operations
- Implementing Strategies for Airfield Life Extension through Proven Asset Management Methods
- Making Airfields Safe and Predictable – Technology Updates
Are you involved in planning, engineering, constructing, operating or maintaining airfields?
Do you need to be updated with the latest in making your airfield compliant, operationally efficient and possessing higher longevity of assets?
Don’t miss attending the 5th annual Airfield Engineering and Asset Maintenance Asia this September!
What previous participants had to say about the event:
“The conference has been thoroughly informative through the case studies and technologies articulated during the presentations. The informative garnered will certainly be well applied in my position as a regulator. One word sums it up – informative!” - Elaine Chong, Inspector Aerodromes, Civil Aviation Authority Singapore
"Definite benefits to the major requirements faced by our country" - DNA Jayamala, Head of Civil Engineering Maintenance, Airport and Aviation Services Sri Lanka
“It’s a great gathering of worldwide experts and a nice experience to hear views pertaining to the aviation industry." - M Nasir Ali, Technical Officer - Civil , Changi Airport Group
“Very valuable, it’s not often that I am able to engage peers in face to face discussions of airport issues. Excellent opportunity to network with global peers to share our experiences and realize our commonalities.” - Jim Steven, Manager of Physical Plant & Redevelopment, John F. Kennedy International Airpor
“The conference overall was very informative for me, especially on the development and implementation of airfield construction and maintenance techniques to enhance performance and improve value for money from an airport perspective. Very productive conference.” - Haji Hassanuddin Pg Anak Haji Abd Wahab, Operations Officer, Department of Civil Aviation Brunei