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Applications are welcome for the unique annual research by AVIACENTER - the industry-wide benchmarking of airports of Russia and the CIS 2017.  01.08.2017 08:19

The Center for Strategic Development in Civil Aviation (AVIACENTER) announces the start of the acceptance of applications to participate in the unique annual research - the industry-wide benchmarking of airports of Russia and the CIS 2017.

AVIACENTER benchmarking allows top managers and head of airport strategy and commerce departments to develop effective strategies for raising profitability and reducing costs, aligning with the best industry practices.

The 2017 benchmarking will be announced at the Fifth International Conference "Airport Marketing and Commerce - 2017".

AVIACENTER benchmarking traditionally includes several dozens of key  airport operating and commercial performance management indicators. Also in 2016 a new section was introduced featuring a large number of informative indicators of the development and planning of airport non-aviation activity.  The list of new indicators was built, taking into account the best international practices of airport non-aviation activity management.

Airport benchmarking, conducted by AVIACENTER, is an innovative cooperative system of airport operators, where airport data on aviation business management performance, aviation and non-aviation commerce, HR and other areas are submitted on an anonymous basis. Benchmarking data are aggregated, forming statistics databases, and distributed among the program participants.

What makes AVIACENTER benchmarking unique is the participation of airports with passenger traffic from 20 000 pax per year to several million pax per year. An airport of any scale will be able to evaluate management efficiency by multiple indicators.

The 2017 program will pay particular attention to airport non-aviation activity development programs, and accordingly, use several dozens of indicators in this area.

The signature feature of AVIACENTER benchmarking is its focus on indicators that determine the airport business, commerce and operations management efficiency, at the same time including the main service and quality indicators that make it possible to evaluate strategically the areas of support service of the main airport clients.

Benchmarking participants who use the research results, point out the high efficiency of indicators, developed by AVIACENTER. The strong interest to the results of AVIACENTER benchmarking from the large regional airports and investment groups shows the highest relevance of such Center's research results for the managers and specialists.

The AVIACENTER benchmarking results are used both in increasing the efficiency of operations and commercial activity and in planning the development strategies, investment and PPP project development.

To apply call +7(495)2259957 (multichannel, ext. 5) or email benchmarking@aviacenter.org.

The novations of 2017 AVIACENTER benchmarking will be presented at the annual international Conference "Regional Airports Development - 2017", that will take place on 20 June 2017 in Moscow. To register for the conference, call +7(495)2259957 or email events@aviacenter.org.