Helping airports adapt and thrive to shape the future of aviation
With the aviation sector set to take off again post Covid-19, it’s more important than ever that airports and airlines are reliant, resilient, and prepared for the sharp increase in passengers.
For over 70 years, NACO – part of Royal HaskoningDHV – has been rising to the task of preparing airports for the mobility network of the future, as well as challenging conventional thinking and implementing new, innovative solutions.
With the industry’s shift we’ve been enabling airports and the aviation sector to step up to the ever-growing demands of the new passenger. Whether it’s taking measures to manage the transition towards decarbonising aviation or creating more resilient airports that can deal with the onslaught of climate change, we’ve defined world-leading airport design and pioneered a revolution in aviation.
At PTE 2022, we’ll be showcasing how we’ve achieved this through our latest digital tools and platforms – covering airport maintenance and operations, and seamless passenger journey and scenario planning – ultimately helping steer airports and airlines through uncertain times.
The time is now to unite technology and human ingenuity to prepare the airports of today for the aviation of tomorrow.
- Sharing best practices on airport’s climate resilience from Kansai Airport
Dive deeper into lessons learnt from the first responder team in Kansai – with Joeri Aulman, Airport Planner and Project Manager at NACO, together with Hitoshi Seguchi, Deputy Manager at Kansai Airports. Together, they’ll give insight into innovative approaches to building flood resilience for airports in the face of climate events. Read more about this project .
- Leading airport developments at Geneva
Join Peter Rieff, Airport Architect, and André Schneider, Geneva Airport CEO, as they showcase the Terminal Ambition Plan – a program to make Geneva Airport’s terminal facilities futureproof and aligned with changes in the industry. Discover more about this project.
- Innovating the approach to expansion at Helsinki Airport
Piet Ringersma, Senior Airport Architect joins Helsinki International Airport’s Vice President, Sami Kiiskinen – to discuss the innovative approach to the most extensive expansion project in the airport’s history.
Interested to explore these topics further at the PTE 2022? Schedule a meeting with us at our stand (#Z1.2112) and find out how we can help your airport!