Airports have multiple functional areas with numerous sources of revenue and costs from a diversity of stakeholders such as airlines, passengers, tenants, government agencies and communities to regulatory cost structure and capital intensive facilities. As a result, airports tend to be more complex than other classes of infrastructure. This complexity requires specific areas of expertise or functional areas focusing on an airport’s value drivers (i.e., aeronautical and non-aeronautical turnover, operating expenses, capital expenditures) that create the airport’s value and protect shareholder interests.
To create the airport’s value and protect shareholder interests, Airports Worldwide implements an active asset management approach to its investments. Because of its global and multifaceted experience, AW can tailor its solutions to the development and operational needs of the airport asset. The team’s global experience in both developed and developing economies, which includes very challenging regulatory and political environments, equips Airports Worldwide to deal with any complexity that may present itself.
Airports Worldwide's active asset management approach focuses on:
Airports Worldwide has the experience to provide services across all major airport functions:
Airports Worldwide has relationships with more than 45 global and domestic airlines serving over 40 countries and 290 routes. The company works under the principle of equitable treatment of all stakeholders and prioritizes airline consultation and coordination.
The staff is experienced in providing services to airlines including:
Airports Worldwide has expertise in unlocking value in public-to-private management of commercial programs, works closely with world-class operators to tailor commercial offers to customer demographics and focuses on improving yields through:
Airports Worldwide has expertise in establishing sustainable and optimal operating cost structures in existing privatized airports or in public-to-private transitions while always prioritizing safety, security and regulatory/contractual requirements.