Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
The inaugural AirTAP Fall Forum brought together Minnesota aviation personnel from a cross-section of the industry to address challenging issues in airport administration, operations, and maintenance. Participants heard from aviation experts on topics that ranged from attracting business to airports, setting rates and charges, and meeting FAA minimum standards to controlling wildlife, keeping runways safe, and using the AirTAP marketing toolkit. Sponsors of this forum included CTS, AirTAP, the Mn/DOT Office of Aeronautics, and the Federal Aviation Administration.
Sessions Included: Opening and Welcome; You ask the questions: MnDOT and FAA provide the answers; Highlights of the Statewide GA security guidelines and inspection visits; It takes a village: A case study on successful runway safety initiatives; Lease agreements and setting rates and charges; Controlling wildlife at your airport; Marketing your airport: using the flying high toolkit; Conversations with Jeff Hamiel/ Commercial service session; Closing the sale: Planning for equipment purchases; Understanding airport zoning; Assessing the economic impact of your airport: launching an interactive web-based tool; Navigating your way through the CIP process
Minnesota AirTAP; Minnesota Department of Transportation - Aeronautics; Federal Aviation Administration; Minnesota Council of Airports
Center for Transportation Studies.
AirTAP Fall Forum 2004.
Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota.
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