Strategic roadmaps and planning guidelines for successful airport city and aerotropolis development
Determining highest and best use of commercial parcels on and beyond airport property
Synergizing aeronautical and commercial components for airport revenue optimization, growth of air routes, passenger and cargo volumes, and enhancing the passenger experience
Planning, designing, locating, and synergizing 21st century multimodal air logistics infrastructure and facilities
Key elements and strategies for creating effective and bankable air logistics, airport city, and aerotropolis business plans
Government-business partnerships for financing, developing, operating, and administering air logistics, airport city, and aerotropolis infrastructure and facilities, including governance and stakeholder alignment
Through Aerotropolis Business Concepts, Dr. Kasarda provides master classes ranging from three hours to two days targeted to airport executives and business and government leaders. Kasarda also provides shorter presentations to these stakeholders, the media, and public on the airport city and aerotropolis model as the best way forward for 21st century airport and the businesses and communities they serve.
John D. Kasarda is the leading developer of the Aerotropolis concept defining the roles of aviation and airports in shaping 21st century business location, economic development, and urban growth. Dr. Kasarda has offered numerous workshops on airport city and aerotropolis development, logistics infrastructure, and global supply-chain management to airports, governments and multinational firms. He chairs the annual Airport Cities World Conference and Exhibition, and is a consultant and advisor to airports and governments around the globe.