Nina Brooks, ACI, joins Airport A&I 2020 speakers

“Airports are complex ecosystems, 

with multiple stakeholders performing time-critical functions that all have to work together perfectly. They are therefore ripe for innovation and offer a myriad of opportunities for testing and implementing leading edge technologies and innovative processes.

“From customer experience in the terminal to efficiency on the apron, security, accessibility, safety and sustainability, it is genuinely exciting to see how opportunities for innovation can take airports and aviation to the next level over the coming years.”  

Speaker profile - Nina Brooks, ACI

Nina Brooks, Director, Security, Facilitation and IT, Airports Council International (ACI) World, is the latest speaker to be confirmed for Airport A&I 2020.
Nina provides guidance and support to the airport community, represents airports interests, and encourages industry collaboration on security, IT, innovation and passenger processes. Nina has experience with both airlines and airports, having worked at Virgin Atlantic, IATA and in airport consulting for Intervistas. Nina is an observer to the ICAO AVSEC and Facilitation Panels, is on the editorial board for Aviation Security International and teaches Aviation Security at McGill University.

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