Every two weeks, IAPs, AMPAP Associates and AMPAP participants receive the IAP CoP update. It includes news about the community as well as texts and interviews from IAPs, board members, and AMPAP Instructors.
AMPAP welcomed 74 graduates in 2018. Twenty-three of them from 16 countries travelled to receive their certificate at the annual convocation ceremony, on June 20, which followed the ACI World Annual General Assembly, at the Brussels Convention Centre, in Belgium.
Listen to the Airport General Manager of the Hartsfield-Jackson International Atlanta Airport, Roosevelt Council, Jr. on how the IAP designation readies himself and other executives around the world against the challenges of the aviation industry.
In our second installment of the AMPAP Executive video series, see Mr. Audley Deidrick, President & CEO of the Airports Authority of Jamaica, on the incredible advantage granted by the International Airport Professional (IAP) certification.
Listen to Anuj Aggarawal, Board Member on the Airports Authority of India, on how the AMPAP Programme helps current and future Airport leaders tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow!
Listen to Saleh Dunoma, the Managing Director for the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), on how and why the AMPAP Programme is beneficial for Airport Professionals around the world.
The ACI NA Conference and Exhibition will happen in Ft. Worth from September 17 to 20. We expect many IAPs to be present, will you be there? Paul Behnke, Knowledge and Industry Intelligence and AMPAP Instructor will be at the event to promote the programme. Make sure to come and say hi!
Dear IAPs and Associates,
I will be present at the ACI NA conference in Dallas in 2 weeks in order to promote AMPAP and meet with the IAPs. As we move into the second decade of the programme, this might be the biggest gathering of IAPs and Associates at a conference! We will not have formal activities planned but we would like to invite you to visit the AMPAP display both at the ACI NA booth and the SITA booth where I will promote the programme during exhibition hours.
Hope to see you in Texas!
If you plan to attend the conference, please contact Paul Behnke directly at [email protected] so he can then let you know where you can meet with him and the other IAPs during the conference.
Paul (first row, grey jacket in the middle) was also present at the passenger Terminal expo earlier this year.
Queen Matilah makes first ever appearance in Atlanta ATS
Participants/instructors astounded by her royal presence (in her crown!)
‘bears a striking resemblance to Susan Warner-Dooley’ says instructor
AMPAP has been globetrotting again over the past month with ATS courses in Atlanta and Abu Dhabi. I had the pleasure of being involved in both sessions with co-instructors Tonci Peovic and Louis Haeck in Atlanta and Michael Rodyniuk and Wasim Zaidi in Abu Dhabi. Both courses were marked by superb hospitality from ATL and ADAC and a high level of energy in the classroom.
For the first time in the 10 years since AMPAP’s launch, “Queen Matilah” showed up to attend the class in Atlanta and listen to the proposals for the future international airport bearing her name in Putnam. The class was stunned when she entered the room wearing her ‘travel crown’, a small golden tiara. She posed a number of challenging questions to the teams. While we invited her to Abu Dhabi, hoping that she had begun a trend of personal involvement, she was unable to attend due to a long-standing commitment to visit ICAO HQ and ACI World in Montreal.
Queen Matilah (3rd from right) mingles with some of her loyal subjects.
Learn more about the AMPAP course content and find out who was at the Passenger Terminal EXPO in Amsterdam.
IAP CoP ADMINISTRATOR
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- SITA launches new website showcasing solutions for the transportation industry
- SITA and Orange Business Services stretch the bounds of edge connectivity and lead the way with shared SDN at airports
- SITA steps up smart border solutions to support new regulations for entry and exit to the EU Schengen Zone