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The Future of AirRail: PARTNERSHIPS

  1. 1. The Future of AirRail 2013Hosted By: The Future of AirRail 2013 PARTNERSHIPS PARTNERSHIPS International conference and International conference and Global AirRail AWARDS Global AirRail AWARDS 15-17 May 2013, Frankfurt House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM) GmbH F R A N K F U R THOUSE OF LOGISTICS AND MOBILITY
  2. 2. Air-rail intermodality is high on the international political and busi-ness agenda. With more passengers demanding a seamless traveltransition, the air-rail business has a great opportunity to grow anddevelop new services.The Future of AirRail conferences recognise this global trend and in-vite airports, rail operators and airlines to join the debate and createa world-class seamless travel offering. The Future of AirRail: PART-NERSHIPS conference will focus on how different stakeholderscan work together to achieve the best results for seamless passengertravel.Rail Connections at World’s Airports Day 1 – 15 May 2013 Trip on the AiRail, the joint LufthansaOut of 7,000 IATA indexed airports in the world, and Deutsche Bahn service, betweensome 130 are directly connected with rail. Frankfurt-Cologne-Frankfurt.Welcoming Currently there are Reception to the conference delegates 23 airport rail links under construction Day 2 – 16 May 2013 with another 23 Conference SessionsThe Global AirRail planned for the near Awards 2013 dinner and ceremony future. Day 3 – 17 May 2013 Conference SessionsVisit to the Airport and the AiRail terminal
  3. 3. DAY 1 15 May 2013 11:00-16:00 Roundtrip to Cologne We will board Deutsche Bahn’s iconic Intercity Express (ICE) train at Frankfurt AirRail Terminal and will get to experience first hand the award winning partnership between DB and Lufthansa, carrying passengers between Frankfurt International Airport and Cologne. After lunch in Cologne we will return to Frankfurt, enjoying Germany’s countryside at full speed. 19:00-21:00 Welcoming Reception The welcoming reception is a great networking opportunity to meet your fellow delegates that have just arrived or share your enxperiences from the Cologne trip. The welcoming reception will take place at the Frankfurt Airport Hilton Hotel, located directly above the AirRail terminal. 16 May 2013DAY 2 09:00-17:00 Conference Sessions GERMANY: Partnership between Fraport, Lufthansa, Deutsche Bahn and HOLM MIDDLE EAST: Adel Mohammed Al-Roumi, Head of PTB, Kuwait Development of Kuwait Metropolitan Rapid Transit System INTERNATIONAL: Tim Anderson, CEO Sydney Airport Link, Australia The Success of Sydney’s Airport Rail Link AIRPORT EXPRESSES: Noormah Mohd Noor, CEO Express Rail Link, Malaysia Airport Express service extension to KLIA2 TECHNOLOGY: Update on innovations and technology for improved passenger ex- perience 19:00:00-24:00 Global AirRail Awards 2013 Dinner and Ceremony This year’s awards dinner is sponsored by HahnAir and will take place in a fan- tastic new venue The Aircraft. Network with the best in the air-rail industry with glass of champagne and celebrate the achievements that will shape the way we will travel and transit in the future! 17 May 2013DAY 3 10:00-13:00 POLICY Debate with Airport Regions Conference The POLICY debate will discuss the political developments on transport intermo- dality in the EU and the world. The debate will look at passenger rights on multi- modal travel, open data for all transport operators, air-rail standards for distribu- tion etc. Mike Muller, Head Interline and Intermodal at IATA, Switzerland Why is IATA collaborating with European railways to develop intelligent systems? 15:00-17:00 Tour around Frankfurt Airport, including Transport Terminals, Apron and Baggage Conveyor Take this unique opportunity to see the behind-the-scenes operations of one of the world’s greatest air-hubs.
  4. 4. SPEAKERS HOSTED BY:Adel Mohammed Mike Muller Noormah Noor Tim AndersonAl-Roumi Head Interline CEO Express CEO SydneyHead of the and Intermodal Rail Link Airport LinkPartnership IATA F R A N K F U R TTechnical HOUSE OF LOGISTICS AND MOBILITYBureau PARTNERS: MEDIA PARTNERS:About UsThe conference will be organised by airrail EVENTS, part of the GlobalAirRail Alliance (GARA). GARA is an international organisation dedi-cated to air-rail intermodality that joins rail operators, airports, airlinesand suppliers from around the world who work on creating a seamless “We are very keen to under-travel experience between air and rail. stand how the airport can work with train operating compa-GARA’s core businesses are an international publication airrail NEWS, nies and the Department for Transport to understand howprofessional conferences and the Global AirRail Awards. GARA creates we can increase the numbera platform for air and rail industries to meet, share their experiences and of services at the airport es-explore opportunities for improved passenger experience on multimodal pecially so we can match thetravel. train timetables with airport operation demand.”Our conference topics include infrastructure projects, financing, custom- Oliver Jaycock, Marketinger services, partnerships, ticketing, technology advancements, brand and Manager London Luton Airportmarketing within the air-rail market..
  5. 5. KEY DATESDuring the event the Global AirRail Awards 2013 ceremony willtake place. This prestigious programme was created to recognise bestpractice and excellence in air-rail intermodality. To create a successfulintermodal product that will benefit both the customer and the serviceprovider requires vision, determination and strong partnerships. The Entries Close - 01 March 2013Global AirRail Awards joins the best minds from around the world foran evening of celebration, networking and recognition of the most suc- Finalists Announced - 01 April 2013cessful alliances. Winners Announced - 16 May 2013Frankfurt is the best known international and intermodal hub and is aperfect city to host this global event. CATEGORIES • Air Rail Link of the Year • Customer Experience Excellence • Environmental Commitment • Innovation of the Year • Partnership of the Year • Marketing Campaign of the Year • Project of the Year • AirRail Concept of the Year • Supplier of the Year • Personality of the Year - Send yourJUDGES suggestions of the nominees for the Personality of the Year Award to PleaseCheri Rekow Mike Muller Michael Schabas include full name, organisation andTransportation Planner Head Interline & Inter- Associate, First Class job title as well as a short descrip-City Planning Depart- modal, IATA (Switzer- Partnerships (UK)ment, City of Cincinati land) tion why you are nominating this(USA) Diane Burke person for the award. Richard Brown Head of Sales andCraig Leiner Managing Director Marketing, First GreatDeputy Director of the North Star Consultancy Western (UK)Economic Planning and (UK)Development Depart- Judi Cohenment, Massachusetts Steven Costello Director of MarketingPort Authority, Boston Director and Business Develop-(USA) Heathrow Hub Ltd ment, The Union Pear- (UK) son Express (Canada)
  6. 6. The Global AirRail AllianceYou can become a member of GARAtoday and start enjoying the benefits ofa professional network of air and railspecialists.Member Benefits Our Past Conference Speakers Include:Networking opportunities with air-rail The Rt Hon Simon Burns MP, Minister of State for Transport (UK)specialists at airrail EVENTS Julia Gregory, Head of Surface Transport, Gatwick Airport (UK) Tim Anderson, CEO, Syndey Airport Rail Link (AUSTRALIA)25% discount on attending airrail Paul Kehoe, CEO, Birmingham Airport (UK)EVENTS John Atkins, Managing Director, MAG Developments at Manchester Airport (UK)Access to past conference documentation Kathy Haley,President, Air Rail Link, Metrolinx (CANADA) Andrew Wolstenholme, Chief Executive, Crossrail (UK)Access to Rail Connections at World’s Jeff Minnithorpe, Olympics Project Manager, London City AirportAirports database and (UK)possibility to contribute to it Elisabeth Landrichter, CEO, City Airport Train (AUSTRIA) Sverre Høven, Commercial Director, Flytoget (NORWAY)Publication of press releases in the Mem- Paul Simmons, General Manager UK, easyJet (UK)bers News Feed Daniel Smith, Head of Engineering, Heathrow Express (UK) Yu-Ming Sie, Commercial Director, Air France KLM (BELGIUM)Membership Fee Markus Pauly, General Manager Commercials & Development Hub Frankfurt, Lufthansa (GERMANY)Annual membership fee is £300 + VAT. Allan Gregory, Surface Access Director, Heathrow Airport (UK) Kari Ruohonen, Director General Investments, Finnish TransportHow to Join Agency (FINLAND) Dmitry Khazov, Director of Marketing Department, AeroexpressContact us at or (RUSSIA)call on +44 (0) 208 339 6124 to receive Noormah Mohd Noor, CEO, Express Rail Link (MALAYSIA)the membership form. Dirk Brekel, Business Development Director, NS Hispeed (THE NETHERLANDS) Per Thorstenson, CEO, Arlanda Express (SWEDEN) Barbara Jensen, Communications Manager, Gautrain (SOUTH AFRICA) Gérard Borel, General Counsel, Airports Council International Eu- rope (BELGIUM) Christian Spaak, Commercial Director, Berlin Airport (GERMANY) - -, tel.: +44 (0) 208 339 6104Link House, 140 Tolworth Broadway, SURBITON, KT6 7HT, UK