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    • 2013 ACTIVITIES REPORT3ª AIRPORT INFRA EXPO1ª AVIATION EXPOMay 22 to 24 of 2013São Paulo – SPBrazil
    • History 03Fact sheet 04Support 05Sponsors 06Exhibitors 07Exhibitors survey 13Visitors 14Communications plan 18Press 20Media’s highlights 21Business Roundtables 26Seminar 26Workshop 28INDEX
    • HISTORYThe 3ª Airport Infra Expo and 1ª Aviation Expo happen in a momentwhich changes in the Brazilian airport system are notable.Concessions and new airports increase the demand for new flights,warms the expectation of substation growth in the market, consideringnew airport complexes and destinations.Besides, the internal demand growth keeps its growth in a 10% rate peryear, levered by economical improvements and classes C and D to airtransport.We add to the scenery, the fact that the country defined a regulatorymark to the sector, which shows the major airlines interest and marketpotential.In this context, Airport Infra Expo & Aviation Expo consolidated itself asthe main meeting point to Latin Americas sector.
    • EVENT: AIRPORT INFRA EXPO / AVIATION EXPO 20133ºL Latin America Airport Infrastructure Seminar & Exhibition1º Brazilian Commercial Aviation Seminar1º Ground Handling WorkshopDATE: May 22, 23 and 24 of 2013EXHIBITION HOURS: 12h às 20h (on May 22 and 23) / 12h às 19h (on May 24)SEMINAR HOURS: 9h às 18h (only on May 23 and 24)VENUE/ADDRESS: Transamérica Expo Center – Pavilhão CAv. Dr. Mário Villas Boas Rodrigues, 387 -Santo Amaro - São Paulo - SP – BrasilFREQUENCY: YearlyTOTAL AREA: 8000m²TOTAL VISITORS: 3781TOTAL PARTICIPANTS: 124 with 85 boothsSPEAKERS’ NUMBER: 65SEMINARISTS’ NUMBER: 401ORGANIZATION: SATORTel / Fax: 11 3032-5633Site: www.airportinfraexpo.com.brwww.sators.com.br;E-mail: airportinfraexpo@sators.com.brFACT SHEET
    • LIST OF PARTICIPANTSABDIB – ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE INFRAESTRUTURA EINDÚSTRIA DE BASEBRAZILABEAR - ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DAS EMPRESAS AÉREAS BRAZILADB USAADELTE SPAINAEROSHOPPING BRAZILAIAB - ASSOCIAÇÃO DAS INDÚSTRIAS AEROESPACIAIS DOBRASILBRAZILALMAX BRAZILAMMERAAL GERMANYANAC BRAZILANAC BRAZILANAC – AGÊNCIA NACIONAL DE AVIAÇÃOCIVILBRAZILANCAB BRAZILARCOWEB BRAZILARGUS CONSULTING USAARINC USAARJUL SPAINATC NETWORK BRAZILAWAS GERMANYBAG - BRITISH AVIATION GROUP BRAZILBEUMER GERMANYBMWI GERMANYCASSIOLI BRAZILCAVOTEC UNITED KINGDOMCCIB BRAZILCCIBC - CÂMARA DE COMÉRCIO E INDÚSTRIA BRASIL CHINA BRAZILCEAT BRAZILCHIVAS BRAZILCICM TIANDA CHINACROMO STEEL CHINADECEA BRAZILEFLA FINLANDFALCK BRAZILFERRARI BRAZIL
    • GAROTO BRAZILGATE - GERMAN AIRPORT TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT GERMANYGHAFARI DO BRASIL CONSULTORIA LTDA BRAZILGREEN PROCESS BRAZILGRU BRAZILGUINAULT LEBRUN LUXEMBOURGHELLA GERMANYHOBART GROUND SYSTEMS USAHOBECO BRAZILIATA – INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION BRAZILICZ - INSTITUTO DE METAIS NÃO FERROSOS BRAZILIKUSI BRAZILILUMINAIR / AIRSAFE BRAZILINDRA BRAZILINFORM GERMANYINFRAERO BRAZILINFRAERO – EMPRESA BRASILEIRA DE INFRAESTRUTURAAEROPORTUÁRIABRAZILJET POWER (SUPERSOM) BRAZILJORBEE BRAZILLAVRITA BRAZILLINDNER GERMANYLOSBERGER GERMANYMINISTÉRIO DA SAÚDE BRAZILMINISTÉRIO DO TURISMO BRAZILMORPHO USAMPE BRAZILNERAK GERMANYNUCTECH CHINAOAG USAPALETA BRAZILPANROTAS BRAZILPAVIMETRICS CANADAPERNOD RICARD BRAZILLIST OF PARTICIPANTS
    • LIST OF PARTICIPANTSPHP REAL AIRPORT SEATING POLANDPORTAL AEROLATIN NEWS BRAZILPORTAL AIRPORT SUPPLIERS BRAZILPORTAL AVIAÇÃO BRASIL BRAZILPORTAL INTERNATIONAL FOREIGN TRADE BRAZILPORTAL MOMBERGER BRAZILPORTAL PILOTO BRASIL BRAZILPORTAL TRANSPORTE DIGITAL BRAZILQUARK BRAZILRAPISCAN USARCS DO BRASIL BRAZILREVISTA AIRPORT CITIES BRAZILREVISTA AIRPORTS INTERNATIONAL BRAZILREVISTA AIRSIDE INTERNATIONAL BRAZILREVISTA AVIÃO REVUE BRAZILREVISTA CARGO NEWS BRAZILREVISTA CONSIGNMENTS BRAZILREVISTA FLAP BRAZILREVISTA GESTÃO & NEGÓCIOS BRAZILREVISTA INFRAESTRUTURA URBANA BRAZILREVISTA ISTO É DINHEIRO BRAZILREVISTA JANES BRAZILREVISTA LOGWEB BRAZILREVISTA O EMPREITEIRO BRAZILRODCAR BRAZILRUCKER BRAZILSAAB THE NETHERLANDSAC - SECRETARIA DE AVIAÇÃOCIVILBRAZILSAFE GATE BRAZILSARAIVA & ASSOCIADOS BRAZILSCARE CROW UNITED KINGDOMSCHMID TELECOM SWITZERLAND
    • SICK BRAZILSIEMENS AG GERMANYSITA BRAZILSITTIG GERMANYSMITHS BRAZILSOL DE JANEIRO BRAZILSTÖBICH GERMANYTAM BRAZILTECNO 2000 BRAZILTHYSSEN KRUPP GERMANYTLD AMERICA USATRAÇO PLANEJAMENTO E ARQUITETURA BRAZILTRADE BRAZILTRANSNORM GERMANYUK TRADE & INVESTMENT UNITED KINGDOMULMA SPAINUNITRON USAVANDERLANDE THE NETHERLANDVIRACOPOS BRAZILVISEON GERMANYVISION BOX PORTUGALVITRA INTERNATIONAL AG SWITZERLANDVMI BRAZILVOLSA GERMANYWANLZ GERMANYZODIAC AEROSPACE USALIST OF PARTICIPANTS
    • LIST OF PARTICIPANTS64%9%1%26%Exhibitor x CountrySOUTH AMERICANORTH AMERICAASIAEUROPE
    • Exhibitor SurveyTotal surveyed: 600.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0ORGANIZATIONOFFICIAL SUPPLIERSINFRASTRUCTURESEMINARCOMMUNICATIONAUDIENCE AND BUSINESSExhibitor Satisfaction Survey5 Excellent4 Very Good3 Good2 Regular1 Bad
    • Visitors InformationTOTAL VISITANTES 3781Opening Ceremony 280Fair visitors 2168Press 67Speaker seminar 65Seminarists 401Exhibitors 8007%57%2%2%11%21%Visitation Airport Infra Expo & Aviation Expo 2013Opening Ceremony Fair visitors PressSpeaker seminar Seminarists Exhibitors
    • Visitors Information0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25%OTHERREPRESENTANTTEACHERPRESIDENTPILOTMANAGERSTUDENTDIRECTORCONSULTANTASSISTANTADVISORYVisitor x Job
    • Visitors Information0% 5% 10% 15% 20%GERMANYARGENTINABELGIUMBOLIVIACANADACHILECOLOMBIASPAINUSAFRANCETHE NETHERLANDENGLANDMEXICONIGERIANEW ZEALANDPANAMAPARAGUAYPERUPORTUGALSWIZTERLANDVENEZUELAVisitor x Country
    • INSTITUTIONAL ANDCOMMERCIAL SUPPORT
    • PROMOTIONALSUPPORT
    • SPONSORS
    • EXHIBITORSParticipants: 124 com 85 estandesNational: 41International: 44Number of countries: 13List of countries:Germany, Brazil, Canada, China, Spain, USA, Finland, Holland, Luxemburg, Poland, Portugal, UK and SwitzerlandExhibitors profile-Air traffic control, communication, navegation and meteorology;- Security; -Aircraft interiors;-Cargo terminal; - MRO;- Ground support; - Auxiliary services;- IT; - Finantial services;- Construction and design; - Airport retail;- Operations; - Aircraft manufacturer;- Environment and security; - Engine manufacturer;- Executive airports; - Hydraulic device;
    • PARTICIPANTS LISTABDIB – ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE INFRAESTRUTURA EINDÚSTRIA DE BASEBRAZILABEAR - ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DAS EMPRESAS AÉREAS BRAZILADB USAADELTE SPAINAEROSHOPPING BRAZILAIAB - ASSOCIAÇÃO DAS INDÚSTRIAS AEROESPACIAIS DO BRASIL BRAZILALMAX BRAZILAMMERAAL GERMANYANAC – AGÊNCIA NACIONAL DE AVIAÇÃOCIVILBRAZILANCAB BRAZILARCOWEB BRAZILARGUS CONSULTING USAARINC USAARJUL SPAINATC NETWORK BRAZILAWAS GERMANYBAG - BRITISH AVIATION GROUP BRAZILBEUMER GERMANYBMWI GERMANYCASSIOLI BRAZILCAVOTEC UNITED KINGDOMCCIB BRAZILCEAT BRAZILCHIVAS BRAZILCICM TIANDA CHINACROMO STEEL BRAZILDECEA BRAZILEFLA FINLAND
    • LISTA DE PARTICIPANTESFALCK BRAZILFERRARI BRAZILGAROTO BRAZILGATE - GERMAN AIRPORT TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT GERMANYGHAFARI DO BRASIL CONSULTORIA LTDA BRAZILGREEN PROCESS BRAZILGRU BRAZILGUINAULT LEBRUN LUXEMBOURGHELLA GERMANYHOBART GROUND SYSTEMS USAHOBECO BRAZILIATA – INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION BRAZILICZ - INSTITUTO DE METAIS NÃO FERROSOS BRAZILIKUSI BRAZILILUMINAIR / AIRSAFE BRAZILINDRA BRAZILINFORM GERMANYINFRAERO – EMPRESA BRASILEIRA DE INFRAESTRUTURAAEROPORTUÁRIABRAZILJET POWER (SUPERSOM) BRAZILJORBEE BRAZILLAVRITA BRAZILLINDNER GERMANYLOSBERGER GERMANYMINISTÉRIO DA SAÚDE BRAZILMINISTÉRIO DO TURISMO BRAZILMORPHO USAMPE BRAZILNERAK GERMANYNUCTECH CHINAOAG USA
    • LISTA DE PARTICIPANTESPALETA BRAZILPANROTAS BRAZILPAVIMETRICS CANADAPERNOD RICARD BRAZILPHP REAL AIRPORT SEATING POLANDPORTAL AEROLATIN NEWS BRAZILPORTAL AIRPORT SUPPLIERS BRAZILPORTAL AVIAÇÃO BRASIL BRAZILPORTAL INTERNATIONAL FOREIGN TRADE BRAZILPORTAL MOMBERGER BRAZILPORTAL PILOTO BRASIL BRAZILPORTAL TRANSPORTE DIGITAL BRAZILQUARK BRAZILRAPISCAN USARCS DO BRASIL BRAZILREVISTA AIRPORT CITIES BRAZILREVISTA AIRPORTS INTERNATIONAL BRAZILREVISTA AIRSIDE INTERNATIONAL BRAZILREVISTA AVIÃO REVUE BRAZILREVISTA CARGO NEWS BRAZILREVISTA CONSIGNMENTS BRAZILREVISTA FLAP BRAZILREVISTA GESTÃO & NEGÓCIOS BRAZILREVISTA INFRAESTRUTURA URBANA BRAZILREVISTA ISTO É DINHEIRO BRAZILREVISTA JANES BRAZILREVISTA LOGWEB BRAZILREVISTA O EMPREITEIRO BRAZILRODCAR BRAZILRUCKER BRAZILSAAB HOLLANDE
    • LISTA DE PARTICIPANTESSAC - SECRETARIA DE AVIAÇÃOCIVILBRAZILSAFE GATE BRAZILSARAIVA & ASSOCIADOS BRAZILSCARE CROW UNITED KINGDOMSCHMID TELECOM SWITZERLANDSICK BRAZILSIEMENS AG GERMANYSITA BRAZILSITTIG GERMANYSMITHS BRAZILSOL DE JANEIRO BRAZILSTÖBICH GERMANYTAM BRAZILTECNO 2000 BRAZILTHYSSEN KRUPP GERMANYTLD AMERICA USATRAÇO PLANEJAMENTO E ARQUITETURA BRAZILTRADE BRAZILTRANSNORM GERMANYUK TRADE & INVESTMENT UNITED KINGDOMULMA SPAINUNITRON USAVANDERLANDE HOLLANDEVIRACOPOS BRAZILVISEON GERMANYVISION BOX PORTUGALVITRA INTERNATIONAL AG SWITZERLANDVMI BRAZILVOLSA GERMANYWANLZ GERMANYZODIAC AEROSPACE USA
    • PARTICIPANTS LIST64%9%1%26%Exhibitor x CountrySOUTH AMERICANORTH AMERICAASIAEUROPE
    • Total of participants: 605 - ÓTIMO4 - MUITO BOM3 - BOM2 - REGULAR1 - RUIMEXHIBITORS SURVEY0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0ORGANIZATIONOFFICIAL SUPPLIERSINFRASTRUCTURESEMINARCOMMUNICATIONAUDIENCE AND BUSINESSExhibitor Satisfaction Survey5 Excellent4 Very Good3 Good2 Regular1 Bad
    • 5 - ÓTIMO4 - MUITO BOM3 - BOM2 - REGULAR1 - RUIMVISITORS INFORMATIONSTOTAL OF VISITORS 3781Opening ceremony 280Visitors 2168Press 67Speakers 65Seminarists 401Exhibitors 8007%57%2%2%11%21%Visitation Airport Infra Expo & Aviation Expo2013Opening Ceremony Fair visitorsPress Speaker seminarSeminarists Exhibitors
    • VISITORS INFORMATION0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25%OTHERREPRESENTANTTEACHERPRESIDENTPILOTMANAGERSTUDENTDIRECTORCONSULTANTASSISTANTADVISORYVisitor x Job
    • VISITORS INFORMATION0% 5% 10% 15% 20%GERMANYARGENTINABELGIUMBOLIVIACANADACHILECOLOMBIASPAINUSAFRANCETHE NETHERLANDENGLANDMEXICONIGERIANEW ZEALANDPANAMAPARAGUAYPERUPORTUGALSWIZTERLANDVENEZUELAVisitor x Country
    • Airport Infra Expo / Aviation Expo counted on a media plan whichincluded ads in magazines, electronic banners, folders and the sendingof promotional e-mail marketing and folders. Check the list of partnersbelow:PROMOTIONNational-Revista O Empreiteiro- Portal Transporte Digital- Revista Flap- Revista Avião Revue- Revista Gestão & Negócios- Revista Isto É Dinheiro- Revista Logweb- Revista Cargo News- Arco Web- Revista Infraestrutura Urbana- Panrotas- Portal International Foreign Trade- Portal Piloto Brasil- ICZ – Instituto de Metais NãoFerrosos- Portal Aviação Brasil- Tam- CCIBC–Câmara Brasil-China- ANCAB – Associação Nacional deConcessionárias de AeroportosBrasileiros.- Cfly AviationInternational- Portal Aerolatin News- Revista Jane’s- Portal Momberger- OAG-Absolute AviationAdvantage- Portal ATC Network- Revista Airport Cities- Revista Consignments- Revista Airports International- Portal Airport Suppliers- Revista Airside International
    • Media plan summary:-19 advertisements placed;-20 electronic banners in media partner’s websites;-179 e-mail marketing sent to Sator’s national and internationalcontact list;- 58 e-mail marketing sent by our partners for 758.942 contacts;- Sending of the Seminar’s printed folder and invitation for Sator’snational and international contact list;PROMOTION
    • AdvertisementExhibition and seminar folderPROMOTION MATERIAL
    • InvitationE-mail MarketingPROMOTION MATERIAL
    • Spontaneous media return 2013Clippings: 187 matérias publicadasEditorial space: lines in printed and online media, strategic cover ofnews agencies "Agência Estado" and "Reuters", that besidespublishing breaking news articles about the event, helped in thereplication of this key articles in main Brazilian media, such asExame.com, R7, printed issue of O Estado newspaper andEstadão.com and in the online version of Isto É Dinheiro.Space commercial value: R$ 2.347.915,00The journalists who participated in the 3ª edition of Airport Infra Expo& Aviation Expo had a press room with four computers connected tothe internet and received complete press kits with all the schedule ofthe event.During the exhibition, four journalists from our press agency stayed inthe event the whole time, attending journalists and gatheringinformation and data about the event.Besides the press cover, 103 newsletters were sent to our mailing list.The distribution started right after the 2ª edition of Airport InfraExpo, extending during 2012 and 2013.The social medias were also part of our communication plan, holdingspaces on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube, Slideshare e Flickr.PRESS
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSTerritório EldoradoTerritório EldoradoPortal ExamePortal Economia & NegóciosPortal Isto É DinheiroPortal R7Portal UOLPortal Reuters BrasilPortal Yahoo
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal Exame
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal Economia & Negócios
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal Isto É Dinheiro
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal R7Portal UOL
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal Reuters Brasil
    • MEDIA HIGHLIGHTSPortal Yahoo
    • BUSINESS ROUNDTABLESThe main advantage of participating in the Business Roundtables is tohave access to different international markets in a fast and effectiveway, thus having the opportunity to know companies with potential ofbecoming clients or partners.The companies participating in the event brought buyers from thefollowing sectors: Engineering; Operations; Navigation; IT Supplies Purchases; Environment; Special Projects;Buyer companies Seller companiesInfraero Argus MorphoGRU Airport Arinc PavimetricsInframérica Beumer Pfannenberg do BrasilViracopos Cassioli RapiscanDER – CE Cavotec SAABDECEA Cromo Steel SafegateTAM Efla SchmidGOL Grupo MPE SitaAZUL Ikusi Cimc TiandaAVIANCA Inform Traço ArquiteturaEldorado - Colômbia Jorbee TransnormMOP - Chile Lindner UnitronAeropuertos 2000 - ArgentinaLosberger VanderlandeVision Box Vitra
    • BUSINESS ROUNDTABLES28%43%24%5%Treatment before the eventExcellent Very Good Good Regular Bad50%36%14%Treatment during the event
    • BUSINESS ROUNDTABLES41%36%18%5%Meeting´s ScheduleExcellentVery GoodGoodRegularBad36%41%14%9%Meeting´s QualityExcellentVery GoodGoodRegularBad30%26%22%22%New business prospectExcellentVery GoodGoodRegularBad
    • 1st Ground HandlingWorkshopBrazil is going through a big transformation in the sector: exponentialgrowth on the number of passengers in the last years; concessions in themain airports and investments up to R$7,3 bi in regional airports; regionalaviation subsidies. This growth demands that the supply chain alsoprepares for the challenge, with investments in equipments andspecialized labor to match the market’s demand with quality andcompetitive prices.Ground Handling companies play a vital part in the sustainabledevelopment of the sector. Because of that, and to start a qualitydiscussion during the Expo, we developed this workshop.
    • AUDITÓRIO CUMBICA – 27/04AUDITÓRIO GALEÃO – 27/04DAY 22/05PANELSPANELSPANEL 1Damages and risks in Ground Handling operation in BrazilPANEL 2How to ensure the collaboration between companies to execute the daily operationsuccessfully in order to ensure the agility and tranquility of passengersPANEL 3Qualified Manpower, certification and advanced equipment: how to invest in thebusiness development and stay competitive
    • WORKSHOP SURVEY RESULT4.234.364.054.104.053.764.094.184.484.30Organização GeralCredenciamentoPropaganda VisualServiços Anteriores aoEventoLocalFacilidadesTroca de ExperiênciasProfissionaisConhecimentos para suacarreiraQuão atual foram osassuntosApresentação de assuntospertinentes0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00Avaliação Geral do Workshop de GroundHandling
    • WORKSHOP SURVEY RESULT0.000.501.001.502.002.503.003.504.004.505.00PAINEL 1 PAINEL 2 PAINEL 34.094.40 4.43PontuaçãoAvaliação Workshop dia 22/05/2013
    • 3rd AIE Airport Plus SeminarAfter two successful years, the 3rd edition of the InternationalSeminar of Latin American Airport Infrastructure is now called AIEAirport Plus+ and establishes itself as the most important event forairports in Latin America, bringing sustainable strategies fordevelopment, expansion and modernization of airports in thecontinent for operators, regulators and industry suppliers.See bellow the main themes of the event:AIRPORT CITY – Business OpportunitiesAIRPORT TERMINAL – ConceptAIRPORT BUILD - Construction, Expansion and DesignAIRPORT MANAGAMENT - Concession, Regulation, Development andBusiness Development
    • AUDITÓRIO CUMBICA – 27/04AUDITÓRIO GALEÃO – 27/04DAY 23/05PANELSDAY 24/05BLOCK 1AIRPORT CITY – Business OpportunitiesPANEL 1 PANEL 2Study of economic impact and viability forairport integration with the city: strategic,financial, market and governmental aspectsBusiness opportunities - investors point of viewBLOCK 2AIRPORT TERMINAL – ConceptPANEL 3 PANEL 4Suitable business models for the Brazilianaudience - strategies to transform passengerexperience in business opportunities using newapproaches for revenue generationDeveloping revenue strategy: what should beconsidered when planning the airport’scommercial areaBLOCK 3AIRPORT BUILD - Construction, Expansion and DesignPANEL 5Investments, Opportunities and Externalities forthe construction and expansion of BrazilianairportsPANEL 6How are the privatized airports doing and whatwill the new Brazilian airport concession be likeBLOCK 4AIRPORT MANAGAMENT - Concession, Regulation, Development and Business DevelopmentPAINEL 7 PAINEL 8A new reality from concessions and publicinvestments announced by the government inthe sector - new planning perspectives, follow-up and regulation in Brazilian airports.How to systematically orchestrate actors in acomplex, different environment, ensuring thesuccessful execution of the daily operation stillimplementing complex projects that guaranteethe business day-by-day
    • AIRPORT SEMINAR SURVEYRESULTS3.944.164.244.124.064.063.963.904.00Organização GeralCredenciamentoServiços Anteriores ao EventoLocalFacilidadesTroca de Experiências ProfissionaisConhecimentos para sua carreiraQuão atual foram os assuntosApresentação de assuntos pertinentes0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00Avaliação Geral do Seminário Internacionalde Infraestrutura Aeroportuária
    • SEMINAR SURVEYRESULTS0.000.501.001.502.002.503.003.504.004.505.00PAINEL 1 PAINEL 2 PAINEL 3 PAINEL 4 PAINEL 5 PAINEL 6 PAINEL 7 PAINEL 84.58 4.51 4.424.014.523.884.174.75PontuaçãoAvaliação Panéis Seminário Airport 2013
    • 1st Brazilian CommercialAviation SeminarWith the precedent set by Airport Infra Expo and the synergy betweenthe companies, the need to create a meeting point for exchange ofideas for the commercial aviation industry companies was revealed.Having this purpose, Sator partnered up with ABEAR – Brazilian AirlineCompanies Association - to organize the 1st Brazilian Seminar onCommercial Aviation.ABEAR was created by the five most important Brazilian airlinecompanies, having as a mission stimulating the flying habits in Brazil.With the objective of discussing institutional points of the airsector, ABEAR’s acting strategies are made to plan, implement andsupport actions and programs which promote the civil aviation growthin a consistent and sustainable way, both for transporting passengersand for loads.The 1st Brazilian Commercial Aviation Seminar organized togetherwith Sator will meet the association’s objectives and focuses onorganizing a high level dialog about the quality of services, geographicuniversalization, economic universalization, and air transportsustainability together with ANAC – Civil Aviation National Agency, andSAC – Civil Aviation Department.
    • AUDITÓRIO CUMBICA – 27/04AUDITÓRIO GALEÃO – 27/04DAY 23/05PANELSDAY 24/05BLOCK 1AIR SERVICES QUALITYPANEL 1 PANEL 2Consumers’ Rights and Carriers’ObligationsQuality indicators perspective aboutBrazilian serviceBLOCK 2SERVICES GEOGRAPHIC UNIVERSALIZATIONPANEL 3 PANEL 4Evaluating the Geographic Scope ofServicesCompatibilizing Geographic Coverage withOperational CostsBLOCK 3SERVICES ECONOMIC UNIVERSALIZATIONPANEL 5Evaluation of Brazilian Market for AirTransportationPANEL 6How to stimulate the market and takeadvantage of its full potentialBLOCK 4SUSTEINABILITYPANEL 7 PANEL 8Transportation and Climate Changes Biofuel and New Technologies
    • AVIATION SEMINAR SURVEYRESULTS4.004.294.384.043.794.044.164.164.12Organização GeralCredenciamentoServiços Anteriores aoEventoLocalFacilidadesTroca de ExperiênciasProfissionaisConhecimentos para suacarreiraQuão atual foram osassuntosApresentação de assuntospertinentes0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00Avaliação Geral do Seminário InternacionalAviação Comercial Brasileira
    • AVIATION SEMINAR SURVEYRESULTS0.000.501.001.502.002.503.003.504.004.505.00PAINEL1PAINEL2PAINEL3PAINEL4PAINEL5PAINEL6PAINEL7PAINEL84.58 4.51 4.424.014.523.884.174.75PontuaçãoAvaliação Panéis Seminário Aviation 2013
    • SPEAKERSLECTURERS INSTITUTIONAdalberto Febeliano ABEAR / BrazilAlexandre Filizola ANAC / BrazilAluizio Margarido Viracopos Aeroportos Brasil / BrazilAndré Nassar Agro Icone / BrazilAndrea Della Bianca Cavotec / BrazilAntonio Gustavo Matos do Vale Infraero / BrazilCarlos Campos IPEA / BrazilCarlos Ebner IATA / BrazilClaiton Resende Faria Infraero / BrazilCláudio Passos Simão ANAC / BrazilCláudio Terry IATA / BrazilCoronel Luiz Carlos dos Santos Filho DECEA / BrazilDanielle Crema ANAC / BrazilDario Rais Lopes Ecorodovias / BrazilDurand Rekko Vanderlande Industries / The NetherlandsEdmundo Ubiratan Jornalista / BrazilEduardo Sanovicz ABEAR / BrazilEduardo Terra UBS / BrazilElbson Moreira Quadros SITA / BrazilFernando Sellos GRU AIRPORT / BrazilFrancisco Emilio Baccaro Nigro POLI - USP / BrazilFrancisco Lyra C>Fly Aviation / BrazilFrank Brenner Eurocontrol / BelgiumGueitiro Matsuo Genso Banco do Brasil / BrazilGuilherme Amaral Aidar SBZ / BrazilGuilherme Freire Embraer e ABRABA / BrazilGustavo Fleury SAC / BrazilJoão Márcio Jordão INFRAERO / BrazilJorge Eduardo Leal de Medeiros POLI - USP / BrazilJosé Alexandre T.G. Fregnani IATA / BrazilJosé Carlos Rosa Dufry / BrazilJosé Sabaté Inform GmgH / Germany
    • SPEAKERSLECTURERS INSTITUTIONJuliana Pereira da Silva SENACON / BrazilJuliano Noman SAC / BrazilKari Fält Saab Sensis ATM Sweden / SwedenLeticia Monteagudo IATA / U.S.A.Leticia Queiroz de Andrade Siqueira Castro Advogados / BrazilLionel Montocchio Direction Générale de lAviation Civile /FranceLuis Fernando Lopes Embraer / BrazilLuiz Alberto Küster Aeroportos Brasil Viracopos / BrazilLuiz Antonio AthaydeSecretaria de Desenvolvimento Econômicodo Estado - Governo de Minas Gerais / BrazilLuiz Eduardo Ritzmann GRU AIRPORT / BrazilMarcelo Bento Ribeiro AZUL / BrazilMariana Barbosa Folha de São Paulo / BrazilMartha Seillier SAC / BrazilMartín Eurnekian Aeroporto de Brasília Inframérica / ArgentinaMaurício Boldakian Moisés Albino Advogados / BrazilMichael Saunders ARINC / U.S.A.Paulo Henrique Possas SAC / BrazilPedro Rodrigo Scorza VRG Linhas Aéreas S.A - Grupo GOL / BrazilPeter Budd ARUP / EnglandRafael Scherre ANAC / BrazilReinaldo Canto Jornalista / BrazilRicardo Bernardi Bernardi & Schnapp / BrazilRicardo Gallo Folha de São Paulo / BrazilRodrigo Santana ANAC / BrazilRogério Benevides ABEAR / BrazilRubens Pereira Leitão Filho Grupo Orbital / BrazilSamuel RossilhoSecretaria de Desenvolvimento Econômico,Social e de Turismo da Prefeitura Municipalde Campinas / BrazilTarcisio Gargioni AVIANCA / BrazilTenente Coronel Francisco Almeida da Silva DECEA / BrazilTiago Dupim Avião Revue / BrazilValeria Burzstein Jornalista / BrazilVirgílio Carvalho CVC / BrazilWalter Luiz de Carvalho Ferreira Embratur / Brazil
    • 562012 - Ampliaremosa atuação naAmérica LatinaMISSION: TO CATALYZE THEDEVELOPMENT OF BRAZILIANAIRPORT INFRASTRUCTUREVISION: TO HAVE AT LEAST ONEBRAZILIAN AIRPORT BETWEEN THEWORLD’S TOP 30 UNTIL 2021