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 Featuring key speakers
               Kjeld Binger
               Chief Executive Officer,                                   7 – 9 May 2007, Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore
               DAE Airports
               Dubai Aerospace Enterprise,
               United Arab Emirates

               Sinead El Sibai
               Director of Marketing and
               Promotions
               Dubai Duty Free,
               United Arab Emirates

               Otto Ambagtsheer
               General Manager Commercial
               Services
               Brisbane Airport
               Corporation, Australia

               Foo Sek Min
               Director (Airport Management)
               Civil Aviation Authority of
               Singapore, Singapore


               Kunikatsu Yamashita
               Senior Executive Vice
               President and Chief Operating
               Officer
               Central Japan International
               Airport Company Limited,
               Japan

               John McCall
               Chief Executive
               Dunedin International
               Airport, New Zealand


               Reiner Schraenkler
               Chief Financial Officer
                                                                                               Growth
               Hochtief AirPort GmBH
               Capital, Germany

                                               The definitive forum on innovating the airport business model and
               Liu Suning
               Executive Director              management
               Macau International Airport     • A regional airport forum that talks about aviation trends, aerotropolis, airport
               Company Limited, Macau
                                                 development and investment, new revenue generating strategies, security and
                                                 technological innovation
                                               • The only airport conference that features ACI Asia Pacific Traffic Forecast
                  POST-CONFERENCE                2006 – 2025
                    MASTERCLASS                • Where regulators and airport leaders convene to discuss the aviation industry’s
      rately
  Sepa kable         9 May 2007
   boo                                            regulatory framework
 Successful airport slot allocation:
  Paving the way for optimum
         capacity usage
                                                  Travel Information Partner:                               Organised by:
              Led by:
         Marc Oedekoven
        Vice President, Asia
   Lufthansa Consulting GmbH




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Asia Pacific Airports World 2007                                                        www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports

Growth


Cutting through the competition in Asia Pacific’s
airport industry through business model
innovation and streamlined operations
                                                                         Featuring case studies about the following airports
   “The conference was a good opportunity to know
                                                                         across Asia Pacific and internationally
   the happening things in the industry and to meet                      Brisbane Airport, Australia
    key professionals involved in the processes.”                        Fujairah International Airport, United Arab Emirates
                                                                         Central Japan International Airport, Japan
                 Saneev Kumar, Director                                  Gwadar International Airport, Pakistan
                                                                         Changi International Airport, Singapore
      Ministry of Civil Aviation Government of India
                                                                         Hochtief Airport, Germany
                                                                         Cluj-Napoca International Airport, Romania
The definitive Asia Pacific airports forum                               Mumbai International Airport, India
Asia Pacific Airports World 2007 is THE annual meeting point             Dubai Aerospace Enterprise Airports, United Arab Emirates
of the region’s airport leaders. It is where ideas are exchanged,        Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands
trends are defined, business relationships are forged and deals are      Dunedin International Airport, New Zealand
made.
                                                                         Hear from the heads of leading aviation industry
The only business platform addressing the aviation                       associations and authorities
industry’s growth                                                               Andrew Drysdale
The Asia Pacific aviation industry is the world’s fastest rising                Vice President, Asia Pacific
market with sustained annual growth in passenger flows and                      IATA
air cargo volume. With such a huge demand for air transport, the
region’s airports are seizing the opportunity to grow their businesses          David Inglis
to respond against the onslaught of intense competition. And, it                Assistant Director Airport Development
is at Asia Pacific Airports World that these market opportunities               IATA
are going to be capitalised upon.                                               Dr. C.C. Hsin
                                                                                Director Asia Pacific
This highly competitive environment is driving airports to ramp up
                                                                                The MITRE Corporation, United States of America
their capacity to accommodate greater demand. They are compelled
to maximise their revenue streams to finance their long-term                    Peter de Jong
development to make themselves the Asia Pacific’s hub of choice.                President and Chief Executive Officer
                                                                                Pacific Asia Travel Association
New faces. New topics.                                                          Francois Dormoy
At Asia Pacific Airports World, there are new faces and new                     Director
topics featured that are defining the industry conversation in the              ACI Traffic Forecast Advisory Services (DKMA)
airports space.
Hear from:                                                               You must attend if you are from:
• Liu Suning, Executive Director                                         • Civil aviation regulatory boards • Airlines (legacy, cargo,
   Macau International Airport Company Limited                           domestic, private) • Airport operators • Airport facilities
• Rudy Vercelli, Chief Operating Officer                                 management companies • Airport retailers • Cargo operators
   Mumbai International Airport                                          • Logistics service providers • EPCs • Investment banks and
• Kunikatsu Yamashita, Senior Executive Vice President and               project financiers • Aircraft manufacturers and leasing firms
   Chief Operating Officer, Central Japan International Airport          • Airport turnkey solutions providers • Law firms • Aviation
• Sinead El Sibai, Director for Marketing and Promotions                 consultancies • Risk, insurance and disaster recovery • Security
   Dubai Duty Free                                                       and surveillance • Hotel, leisure and entertainment developers
• Foo Sek Min, Director (Airport Management)                             / operators • Travel -related service providers • Academic bodies
   Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore
• John McCall, Chief Executive, Dunedin International Airport
• Shri R.C. Sinha, Vice Chairman and Managing Director
   Maharashtra Airport Development Company
And they will be talking about:
• Creating partnerships with public and private sectors for airport
  development and management
• Transforming their airports into airport cities
• Generating new aero and non-aero revenue
• Keeping operational costs down
• Implementing finance and investment strategies
• Optimising airport security and operations
With government leaders and CXO level speakers sharing their
insights about lessons learned from 2006 and flying forward into
2007, this is your must-attend airport event for the year!

               Register before 15 March 2007 to save up to SGD 584! To reserve your seats,
                   call +65 6322 2710 or register via www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports
Day One Monday 7 May 2007                                                              www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports
Growth

8.00    Registration                                                                  Kjeld Binger
                                                                                      Chief Executive Officer, DAE Airports
9.00    Chairperson’s opening remarks                                                 Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, United Arab Emirates
        Andrew Drysdale
        Vice President, Asia Pacific                                          12.15   Panel: Competition in the private investment and privatisation
        IATA                                                                          market – How to get ahead
                                                                                      • What are the winning privatisation models and strategies in
2006 AVIATION RETROSPECTIVE                                                               Asia and internationally?
                                                                                      • Overview of the evolution of airport financing and funding
9.15    Opening keynote: The big picture of the Asia Pacific aviation                 • Ascertaining the proper role of regulation in private
        industry: Lessons from 2006 and messages for 2007                                 investment/privatisation in airports
        • The trends that defined the 2006 Asia Pacific airline industry:             • What is value for money infrastructural development and
            Fleet growth, fuel costs, safety and security and what the                    aligning this vision with your potential investors
            industry is doing about it                                                Moderator:
        • Low cost phenomenon: Impact of LCCs and the changing                        Peter Morris
            airport model to capture the market                                       Chief Economist
        • Legacy airports: Maintaining and growing their foothold on                  Ascend, United Kingdom
            the market                                                                Panelists:
        • The changing airline relationships with their suppliers: Airports           David Ciceo
            and air traffic service providers                                         Managing Director
        Andrew Drysdale                                                               Cluj-Napoca International Airport, Romania
        Vice President, Asia Pacific
        IATA                                                                          Kjeld Binger
                                                                                      Chief Executive Officer, DAE Airports
9.45    Keynote: Capitalising on the aviation industry’s role in                      Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, United Arab Emirates
        enhancing the Asia Pacific’s appeal as a premier travel                       Reiner Schraenkler
        destination                                                                   Chief Financial Officer
        • The Asia Pacific region: Poised for more growth 2007-2025                   Hochtief AirPort GmbH Capital, Germany
        • Collaborative partnerships to support the travel boom: Airports             Rudy Vercelli
            and tourism authorities                                                   Chief Operating Officer
        • The hot new emerging markets: China, India and the Middle                   Mumbai International Airport Limited, India
            East
        • The greening of travel: Looking at sustainability concerns and      1.00    Networking lunch
            how the aviation industry can play a bigger role
        Peter de Jong                                                         REGIONAL SYMPOSIUM
        President and Chief Executive Officer
        Pacific Asia Travel Association                                       2.00    Overview of the ACI Asia Pacific Traffic Forecast 2006 – 2025
                                                                                      • Insights on past and future trends in airport traffic development
10.15   Overcoming security challenges and maximising airport                             in the Asia Pacific
        efficiency and profitability                                                  • Examining latest trends in airline network development
        • The big picture: Keeping airport security a top priority whilst                 strategies at airports
             delivering world-class service                                           • Survey results of the major issues of concern expressed by
        • The current aviation security regulatory environment                            airports
        • Contingency planning for unforeseen incidents: Maximising                   Francois Dormoy
             readiness in airport operations                                          Director
        • Dealing with the rising cost of security and procedures through             ACI Traffic Forecast Advisory Services (DKMA)
             efficient service, fast turnaround times
        Foo Sek Min                                                           2.20    This regional symposium brings together members of the
        Director (Airport Management)                                                 Asia Pacific aviation industry to discuss trends and issues in
        Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Singapore                              panel format.
                                                                                      • Open skies
10.45   Morning refreshments                                                          • Hot markets: India, China and the Middle East
                                                                                      • Flying forward: Capacity, infrastructure, financing
PRIVATE INVESTMENT AND THE PRIVATISATION MARKET                                       • Airport privatisation ROI
                                                                                      • Breaking tradition with new airport business models: Low
11.15   Keynote: Global airport operator perspectives: Project                            cost airports, driving non-aero revenue streams
        selection, innovating airport financing, and driving commercial               • Addressing security issues
        performance                                                                   • New aircraft developments and airport upgrading
        • The portfolio: 2006 performance and the road ahead                          Moderator:
        • Key indicators to look for when deciding to invest in airports              Francois Dormoy
        • The operator’s priority: Innovating the airport business model              Director
            and driving commercial performance for greater ROI                        ACI Traffic Forecast Advisory Services (DKMA)
        • Next generation airport financing: Forecasting models for
            creative airport financing                                                Panelists:
        Reiner Schraenkler                                                            Asif Bashir Ahmed
        Chief Financial Officer                                                       Director Plans and Development
        Hochtief AirPort GmbH Capital, Germany                                        Civil Aviation Authority, Pakistan
                                                                                      Azharuddin Abdul Rahman
11.45   Airport investment risk management: Creating win-win                          Director, Airworthiness and Flight Operations
        scenarios for airports, governments and investors                             Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia
        • What regulatory requirements investors need to know and                     Liu Suning
           meet                                                                       Executive Director
        • What the government needs to understand about investor                      Macau International Airport Company Limited, Macau
           interests and delivering commercial appeal for airport
                                                                                      Shri Ajay Prasad
           investments
                                                                                      Former Secretary
        • Mapping out pitfalls and what can be done: Managing
                                                                                      Ministry of Civil Aviation, India
           investment risk
        • Government incentives for airport infrastructure investment:
           What works
Day One cont’d                                                              Day Two Tuesday 8 May 2007
Growth                                                                      Growth

                                                                            9.00    Chairperson’s opening remarks
3.20                                Back by popular demand! A hit with              Peter Morris
                                    singles across the world, now you               Chief Economist
                                    can meet the key players in your                Ascend, United Kingdom
                                    industry in a brief but fun
       environment! Through a rotating cocktail table format you will get   THE AEROTROPOLIS VISION AND MAXIMISING AIRPORT REVENUE
       the opportunity to meet all your fellow attendees face-to-face in
       just 30 minutes. Bring plenty of business cards along for a fast     9.15    Keynote: The AirportCity vision and its true diversity
       and furious interactive session.                                             • Overview of the Schiphol Group’s business model and principles
                                                                                    • Exporting the AirportCity concept to Brisbane and recent
3.50   Afternoon refreshments                                                           developments
                                                                                    • Enhancing AirportCity through biometrics - Sapphire in Indonesia
AIRPORT PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND EXPANSION                                             and the Trusted Traveler program in the US
                                                                                    • The Schiphol Group’s AirportCity track record
4.10   Evolving the traditional airport model for small airports                    Otto Ambagtsheer
       • The community fit - economic, social, and environmental                    General Manager Commercial Services
           impacts                                                                  Brisbane Airport Corporation, Australia
       • The business case - developing and growing a destination
       • What it takes to provide a world class airport experience at       9.45    Seeking the optimal airport revenue structure and reducing
           a small airport                                                          management risk
       John McCall                                                                  • Overview of Central Japan International Airport’s revenue
       Chief Executive                                                                 structure
       Dunedin International Airport, New Zealand                                   • Strategies for revenue optimisation
                                                                                    • Overcoming management risk by preparing for various airport
4.40   Greenfield airport development projects for Pakistan’s                          risk scenarios
       transformation as a regional hub                                             • Deploying risk management strategies: What it takes to create
       • Overview of Pakistan’s Air Transport Hub development plans:                   a measured and appropriate response
           Reaching out to Central Asia                                             Kunikatsu Yamashita
       • The Islamabad International Airport project                                Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
       • Gwadar International Airport development – a complementary                 Central Japan International Airport Company Limited, Japan
           facility to the National Trade Corridor
       Asif Bashir Ahmed                                                    10.15   Achieving and branding a world-class airport retail experience
       Director Plans and Development                                               to drive non-aeronautical revenue
       Civil Aviation Authority, Pakistan                                           • Planning the retail space to maximise passenger traffic
                                                                                    • Driving passenger’s individual spend up through optimising
5.10   The intermodal airport and designing for accessibility                           retail mix of tenants
       • Managing increased passenger volume and flow in the airport                • Sustaining the novelty factor to keep customers coming
           for greater accessibility                                                • Living out airport customer service excellence and customer
       • Key considerations for planning the intermodal airport                         satisfaction as cornerstones of the retail experience
       • Urban accessibility: Creating transport links to the city centre           Sinead El Sibai
       • Connecting to major transport networks                                     Director for Marketing and Promotions
       Shri R.C. Sinha                                                              Dubai Duty Free, United Arab Emirates
       Vice Chairman and Managing Director
       Maharashtra Airport Development Company, India                       10.45   Morning refreshments

5.40   Masterplanning a small airport’s development and expansion           11.15   Optimising aeronautical revenue through effective competitive
       • The challenges of small airport development and difficulties               differentiation and customer-orientedness
           encountered                                                              • The end of the airport monopoly: The crucial need to
       • Is privatisation a good solution?                                              differentiate your airport from the rest to sell to old and new
       • Location, location, location: Will a small airport close to the                customers and market opportunities
           city be able to thrive?                                                  • Deploying market segmentation analysis of your airport’s airline
       • Managing the competition amongst small airports                                target market from legacy carriers to low cost carriers
       David Ciceo                                                                  • Giving airlines a good deal: Optimising ground handling
       Managing Director                                                                operations for faster turnaround time
       Cluj-Napoca International Airport, Romania                                   • Exploring partnerships with tourism and government regulatory
                                                                                        bodies for a synergistic marketing campaign
6.10   Chairman’s closing remarks and close of Day One                              Liu Suning
                                                                                    Executive Director
6.30   Networking cocktail                                                          Macau International Airport Company Limited, Macau

                                                                            11.45   Panel: Boosting airport revenues and long-term growth
                                                                                    through the aerotropolis vision: Retail, airport real estate
                                                                                    and other strategies
                                                                                    • The aerotropolis vision: Designing your airport city to grow
                                                                                        market share
                                                                                    • Retail: Maximising passenger dwell time and diversifying the
                                                                                        retail portfolio
                                                                                    • Strategies in airport real estate, parking for passenger
                                                                                        convenience
                                                                                    • Other opportunities for new revenue streams: Cargo,
                                                                                        advertising and etc.
                                                                                    Moderator:
                                                                                    Gavin Lipsith
                                                                                    Editor-in-Chief
                                                                                    Duty Free News International, United Kingdom
                                                                                    Panelists:
                                                                                    Otto Ambagtsheer
                                                                                    General Manager Commercial Services
                                                                                    Brisbane Airport Corporation, Australia
Day Two cont’d                                                                     www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports
Growth

        Sinead El Sibai                                                    4.30   Airport pricing: Challenges in cost-reduction
        Director for Marketing and Promotions                                     • Traditional pricing policies and the role of regulatory regimes
        Dubai Duty Free, United Arab Emirates                                     • An incisive look at alternate pricing strategies to meet the
        Kunikatsu Yamashita                                                           growing challenge of reducing costs
        Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer               • Finding a balance between airline needs and airport profits
        Central Japan International Airport Company Limited, Japan                • Sustaining growth through innovative pricing
                                                                                  Vikram Kalra
12.30   Networking lunch                                                          Executive Director
                                                                                  Airport Authority of India, India
AIRPORT OPERATIONS, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
                                                                           5.00   Global perspectives on airport pricing: Regulators, airlines
2.00    Airport modernisation: Deploying IT and technology solutions              and airports
        to streamline Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA)’s          • How can we agree what is 'fair' in a restricted market?
        operations                                                                • Pay now or pay later?
        • Overview of CSIA’s development progress post-privatisation              • The impact of low cost airlines and low cost airports
            and forecast of future travelers’ demand                              • Measuring if you get what you pay for
        • CSIA’s modernisation strategy: Ramping up the entire airport            • Who is 'the final customer'?
            value chain with IT and technology solutions                          Peter Morris
        • What it means to have a technology-driven business                      Chief Economist
            environment to heighten airport efficiencies                          Ascend, United Kingdom
        • Exploring partnerships with consultants in order to deliver
            service quality and standards to CSIA                          THE FUTURE OF THE AVIATION INDUSTRY
        Rudy Vercelli
        Chief Operating Officer                                            5.30   Panel: Looking to the future of aviation and world-class
        Mumbai International Airport Limited, India                               sustainable airports
                                                                                  • Assessing future economic challenges to prepare for the
2.30    Enhancing security through biometric technology                               growth of the aviation industry
        implementation at Fujairah International Airport                          • The future of air transport: Delivering efficient, cost-effective,
        • Overview of biometric technology implementation at Fujairah                 environmentally-friendly travel for the global passenger market
            International Airport and its advantages                              • The role of regulatory regimes and its influence in the next
        • Biometric technology in the passenger service terminal as                   airport business model’s evolution
            means of controlling access and enhancing security                    • Future aircraft design and what it means for airport
        • Other strategies for innovating and enhancing airport security              infrastructure development and airline business strategies
        Dr. Khaled Almazroui                                                      Moderator:
        General Manager                                                           Andrew Drysdale
        Fujairah International Airport, Department of Civil Aviation,             Vice President, Asia Pacific
        United Arab Emirates                                                      IATA
                                                                                  Panelists:
3.00    Deploying a multilayered time and space-based aviation                    Dr. C.C. Hsin
        security approach for airports                                            Director Asia Pacific
        • Aviation security: Encompassing measures for prevention and             The MITRE Corporation, United States of America
            detection of security threats and recovery                            Peter de Jong
        • Deploying an information-centric, time and space-based system           President and Chief Executive Officer
            to improve performance and reduce user inconvenience                  Pacific Asia Travel Association
        • Utilising technology to leverage on a multilayered aviation
            security approach based on available time and space (i.e.             David Inglis
            starting from passenger reservations)                                 Assistant Director Airport Development
        • Other ingredients for success: Regulatory and societal                  IATA
            frameworks and international collaboration                            John McCall
        Dr. C.C. Hsin                                                             Chief Executive
        Director Asia Pacific                                                     Dunedin International Airport, New Zealand
        The MITRE Corporation, United States of America                           Pieter Elbers
                                                                                  Senior Vice President Network
COLLABORATION IN THE AVIATION INDUSTRY                                            KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, The Netherlands
                                                                                  Vikram Kalra
3.30    Airline destination portfolio development together with
                                                                                  Executive Director
        airports
                                                                                  Airport Authority of India, India
        • Relevance of destination portfolio in hub network
        • Trade-off for new destinations
                                                                           6.15   Chairman’s closing remarks and close of conference
        • Role of airports in airline partner developments
        • Various cooperation models
        Pieter Elbers                                                              Register before 15 March 2007
        Senior Vice President Network
        KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, The Netherlands                                      and save up to SGD 584!
4.00    Afternoon refreshments
                                                                                         To reserve your seats,
                                                                                  call + 65 6322 2710 or register via
                                                                                  www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports

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Post-conference Masterclass                                                           www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports
Wednesday 9 May 2007

               y             Successful airport
          ratel                                                                  What you can expect at Asia Pacific Airports World:
      Sepa kable              slot allocation:
       boo                                                                                        The coolest way to meet everyone at
                            Paving the way for                                                    the event. These brief meetings are the
                          optimum capacity usage                                                  starting point for conversation and
                                                                                                  networking throughout the conference.
                                                                                                  This is where long-lasting and profitable
Session Objectives:                                                                               business relationships begin.
•    Mutual understanding of the challenges of tight airport slot capacities
•    Joint evaluation of economic impacts                                                         Network, relax and do business
•    Efficient usage of adequate tools
•    Development of appropriate solutions
                                                                                                  Terrapinn events are not only about
•    Case study applications                                                                      evaluating strategies and learning industry
                                                                                                  best practices, they are also enjoyable
Agenda:                                                                                           networking experiences.
9:00am        Introduction
                                                                                                  Terrapinn offers you more CEO-level
10:00am       Understanding the challenges of tight airport slot capacities                       panel discussions than ever before. We
                                                                                                  offer several “chat show” style sessions
11:30am       Market analysis and market evaluation tools                                         where you can ask the questions you
                                                                                                  want answers for!
12:30pm       Lunch

1:30pm        LH Consulting Case study                                                            We bring you a full-day intensive and
                                                                                                  practical masterclass conducted by the
3:00pm        Open discussion on case analysis and other topics                                   industry’s leading experts.

4:30pm        Masterclass summary                                                                 Meet, interact and do business with the
                                                                                                  people who really matter
5:00pm        End of masterclass

Who should attend:
• Chairmen • Chief Financial Officers • Chief Operating Officers • General
managers investment • Directors of sales & marketing • Directors
• Airport investors • Project directors • Business development directors
of airport aviation authorities • Civil aviation authorities • Air traffic
management and control systems (ATM/ATC) • Airport management
companies • Airport operators and ground handling companies as well
as retailers • Investment banks and project financiers and providers of
legal and consultancy services

About the masterclass leader:
          Marc Oedekoven
          Vice President, Asia
          Lufthansa Consulting GmbH
Marc Oedokoven currently heads the Lufthansa Consulting practice in
Asia, and is based in Singapore. Lufthansa Consulting is an independent
subsidiary of Lufthansa German Airlines, has provided services and
solutions to the air transportation industry worldwide. Its portfolio and
consulting experts are dedicated to assist aviation specific client groups:
airlines, airports and aviation authorities as well as related industries such
as ground handling companies, cargo terminal operators, aircraft
manufacturers and financial institutions. Marc’s expertise includes sales
and marketing, with experience in the air cargo industry as well as alliance
management and business strategy. Previously, he was with Lufthansa
Cargo handling Middle East operations in increasing air cargo efficiency
and sales.



    Registration begins at 8:30am. Masterclass commences at 9:00am and ends
    at 5:00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be served at the appropriate times.




          Masterclass spaces are limited.
               Registrations are on a
           first-come-first-served basis.
          Call +65 6322 2710 to guarantee
                  your place today!
Asia Pacific Airports World 2007                                                     www.terrapinn.com/2007/airports

Growth


Airports are no longer simply places
where airplanes land with passengers
and cargo transit
                                                                     Reach a guaranteed decision-maker audience!
                                                                       Our preferred partners
                                                                       • Aircraft finance and leasing companies
                                                                       • Airport asset management companies
                                                                       • Investment banks and project financiers
                                                                       • Airport planning, construction and engineering services
                                                                       • Aviation lawyers, consultancy, project management and
                                                                         business solutions
                                                                       • Risk and insurance service providers
                                                                       • Aircraft manufacturers and fleet owners
                                                                       • Airport operators and developers
The aerotropolis grows according to a rational system                  • Airport retail groups (retailers, F&B, currency exchange, duty
based on time-cost access gradients radiating outward                    free chains)
from the airport. Constructing ground transit and                      • Air traffic management and control systems (ATM/ATC)
locating commercial facilities consistent with the                     • Aeronautics and avionics vendors
                                                                       • Apron and runway cleaning and maintenance
form and function of the aerotropolis contributes                      • Airport communications and wireless applications
substantially to the emerging needs of business and                    • Airport facilities management service providers
to the future competitiveness of urban areas.                          • Airport solutions providers (Baggage/cargo handling, MROs,
                                                                         RFID, biometric solutions)
Airlines and airports are forced to economise operations through       • Airport security solutions providers/surveillance
efficient technology investments and staff training. The impact        • Disaster recovery and counter-terrorism specialists
of terrorism also tightens security levels, compromising aircraft      • Self-service check-in IT solutions
turnaround time and baggage check-in. The shortage of air
                                                                     The 3rd annual Asia Pacific Airports World 2007 combined
traffic control staff is yet another major concern.                  with the established reputation of Terrapinn’s global aviation series
                                                                     is the synergistic platform to launch your products and services to
Asia Pacific Airports World 2007:                                    success!
• Is the annual platform where YOU as a leading products
  and solutions provider showcase and demonstrate your               Achieve ROI today like your peers did through solution-
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• Gathers aviation solutions providers with airport operators,
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  delegates under one roof in the span of 3 days in Singapore
• Features case studies and highly interactive panel discussions
  on project financing, latest technologies, cargo and baggage
  handling, airport retail, distribution hubs, security and lots
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• Plenty of networking platforms through our CONTACT
  software, Speed Networking session, luncheons, sundown
  cocktails

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        Package                                                                             Dates                                   Regular fee               Discounted fee
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        Gold Pass (Conference + Masterclass)                                                7- 9 May 2007                           SGD 3,895                 SGD 3310.75        Save SGD 584.25

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* OAG members are entitled to 10% discount

 Corporate groups. Yes, I want to send a team and save even more.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Benefits to corporate groups of
  Delegates                    Package                                                                                    Normal Price                   Group Price                                     6 or more:
        3                      3 day Gold Pass (Conference + Masterclass)                                                 SGD 11,685                     SGD 10,516.50 Save SGD 1,168.50                 • Reserved seats in conference
        6                      3 day Gold Pass (Conference + Masterclass)                                                 SGD 23,370                     SGD 18,696       Save SGD 4,674                 • Priority check in
        8                      3 day Gold Pass (Conference + Masterclass)                                                 SGD 31,160                     SGD 23,3770      Save SGD 7,790
                                                                                                                                                                                                         • VIP Registration packs
*Corporate booking prices cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional prices
 Attendees Details

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 Company Details                                                                                                                                              Venue and hotel accommodation
 Signatory must be authorised to sign on behalf of contracting organisation                                                                                   Venue: Pan Pacific Singapore Hotel
 Name: .................................................................................................................................                      7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039595
                                                                                                                                                              Republic of Singapore
 Job title: .................................................................................................................................                 Tel: +65 6336 8111 Fax: +65 6339 1861
 Authorising Signature: ..............................................................................................                                        E-mail: singapore@panpacific.com
                                                                                                                                                              Hotel Accommodation: The conference fee does not include hotel
 Email: .................................................................................................................................                     accommodation. For special rates, please make your bookings directly with
 Organisation name: ........................................................................................................                                  the hotel and state that you are attending Terrapinn’s Asia Pacific Airports
                                                                                                                                                              World 2007. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
 Industry: .........................................................................................................................
 Address: .........................................................................................................................                           Data protection
 Postcode: ..................................................... Country:..................................................                                   Terrapinn (or its agents) may contact you by mail, phone or email about products and
                                                                                                                                                              services offered by Terrapinn and its group companies, which Terrapinn believes may be
 Tel: ................................................................ Fax:..........................................................                         of interest to you, or about relevant products and services offered by reputable third parties.
                                                                                                                                                              Terrapinn may also disclose your contact details to such third parties to enable them to
 Method of payment                                                                                                                                            contact you directly. Certain entities to which Terrapinn discloses your contact details are
                                                                                                                                                              located in territories overseas which have fewer legal safeguards to protect personal data.
 Payment terms are 7 days. The conference registration pack will be sent to you once payment
 has been received.                                                                                                                                           By returning this form to us, you agree to our processing of your personal information in
     Bank Transfer         Crossed cheque payable to Terrapinn Pte Ltd                                                                                        this way. Please tick the appropriate box if you do not wish to receive such information
     Mastercard         Visa      American Express           JCB          Please invoice me                                                                   from: the Terrapinn group; or reputable third parties.
 Payment via Visa & MasterCard will be converted and charged in SGD at the prevailing rate in
 order to comply with the bank's policy
                                                                                                                                                              Cancellation and transfer
 Cardholder's Name: ............................................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                                              Should you be unable to attend, a substitute is welcome at no extra charge.
 Card Number: .....................................................................................................................................           Alternatively, you may choose to credit the full value of your registration towards
                                                                                                                                                              a future Terrapinn event. A 50% refund and the course documentation will be
 Cardholder's Signature: ......................................................................................................................               provided for cancellations receiving in writing 2 weeks in advance. The company
 Expiry Date: ........................................................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                                              regrets that no refunds will be made for cancellations received less than 2 weeks
                                                                                                                                                              prior to the conference. A complete set of course documentation will, however, be
 Bank Transfers: Payment by bank transfer must quote the delegate name and reference below.                                                                   sent to you. Terrapinn reserves the right to cancel or alter the content and timing
 Transfers should be made to Standard Chartered Bank, 6 Battery Road, Singapore 049909                                                                        of the program or the identity of speakers for reasons beyond its control.
 Account name: Terrapinn Pte Ltd, Account No. 01-008-9045-8
 PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE THE CONFERENCE DATE TO GUARANTEE YOUR
 PLACE. REFERENCE - 181221
 Payment must be received before the conference date in order to guarantee your place. Unpaid                                                                 For official use only
 registrations will be billed 50% of the registration fee if you do not attend the event. You will,
 however, be given access to our online contact system and a copy of the conference
                                                                                                                                                              Received:     Date:................ Code:181221 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
 documentation will be sent to you.

								
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