Gone are the days of hard-coded business rules, attributes and processes. Airports will need greater agility to operate successfully through current and future crises.
Watch SITA and a panel of airport representatives, for an AAAE-hosted discussion on ramping up and planning for the months and years ahead. In this session we’ll explore how airport priorities such as new irregular operations and local health guidelines may change in the wake of our current health crisis. How are airports large and small leveraging their current technology systems to accommodate those changes?
General Manager - Florianópolis-Hercílio Luz International Airport
Senior Business Consultant - SITA
Director, Business Transformation - Toronto Pearson International Airport
Carter B. Morris
Executive Vice President - AAAE
Portfolio Director - SITA
Director, Planning and Aviation Business Development - Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport