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ICAO AIR TRANSPORT SYMPOSIUM ( Abuja, Nigeria, 28-30 April 2008 ) PROGRAMME. DAY ONE Monday, 28 April. 09:00 Opening Session Welcome address : Dr. Harold O. Demuren , Director General, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)

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    1. ICAOAIR TRANSPORT SYMPOSIUM(Abuja, Nigeria, 28-30 April 2008)PROGRAMME

    2. DAY ONE Monday, 28 April • 09:00 Opening Session • Welcome address: Dr. Harold O. Demuren, Director General, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) • Opening remarks: Mr. Roberto KobehGonzález, President of the ICAO Council • Welcome remarks: Mr. Saud Hashem, Chairman of Air Transport Committee, ICAO • Key-note address: Minister of State for Air Transport, Nigeria • 09:40 Overview of ICAO’s activities in the air transport field • Presentation by Mrs. F. Odutola, Director, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO • 10:00 Coffee Break

    3. 10:20 SESSION 1: ECONOMIC REGULATION AND LIBERALIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT • Moderator: Dr. B. O. Aliu, Representative of Nigeria on the Council of ICAO 1. Trends and developments • Global overview of air transport liberalization Presentation by ICAO: Mr. Yuanzheng Wang, Air Transport Bureau To highlight progress made in liberalization since the Fifth Worldwide Air Transport Conference (ATConf/5) and recent developments in the airline industry.

    4. The African experience in air transport liberalization Panel discussion: invited panelists from African States, regional bodies, the industry and other interested parties will sharetheir views andexperience in air transport liberalization (including the successes and difficulties in achieving the goals of the African liberalization initiatives), and exchange views on the ways forward. • Speakers/panelists • Mr. Chris Kuto, President of African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC) • Mr. Christian Folly-Kossi, Secretary General, African Airlines Association (AFRAA) • Mr. Jonathan Majakwara, Senior Programme Manager, Air Transport, Directorate of Infrastructure and Services, South African Development Community (SADC) • Mr. Simon Allotey, Acting Director General, Ghana Civil Aviation Authority • Mr. Yuanzheng Wang, ICAO • [Representative from an African State- tbd]

    5. 11:50 Questions and Answers • 12:30 Lunch break • 14:002. Challenges in liberalization • Implications of economic liberalization on safety/security regulation • Presentation by ICAO: Mr. Yuanzheng Wang, Air Transport Bureau • To discuss the relationship between economic liberalization and safety/security regulation based on the ICAO study, and provide information on what actions ICAO has taken in addressing the issues. • Presentation by US FAA:Ms. Mo Keane,SeniorRepresentative for Africa to share views on the safety oversight situation in Africa in the liberalization process.

    6. 16:00 Questions and Answers • 16:30 Essential Air Service and Tourism Development Route scheme • Presentation by ICAO: Mr. Yuanzheng Wang, Air Transport Bureau • To explain what this scheme is about based on the ICAO/UNWTO study, which may be of particular usefulness for African States in the development of their aviation and tourism in a liberalized environment. • Questions and Answers

    7. DAY TWO Tuesday, 29 April • 09:00 SESSION 2: MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS OF AIRPORTS AND AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES  • Moderator: Dr. Zaidi, Representative of India on the Council of ICAO • 1. ICAOPolicies on charges for airports and air navigation services • Presentation by ICAO: Mr. EvalouGnang, Regional Air Transport Officer • To give on overview of the key principles of ICAO’s policies on charges, including performance measurement and benchmarking, cost recovery of airport security measures and balance of interest between airports/air navigation services providers and users, as well as the status of the policies.

    8. 09:30Questions and answers • 09:50 2. Trends and developments since ANSConf 2000 • Presentation by: Mr. RotimiArogunjo, Nigerian Member of ICAO Airport Economics Panel • To provide an update on, inter alia, developments in commercialization and privatization of airports and ANSPs, ICAO policy development and implementation • 10:20 Coffee Break • 10:40 3. Key issues and the Conference on the Economics of Airports and Air Navigation Services (CEANS-2008)

    9. Presentation by ICAO: Mr. Yuanzheng Wang, Air Transport Bureau • To discuss the main topics/issues planned to be addressed at the ICAO Conference on the Economics of airports and air navigation services(CEANS, September 2008), with emphasis placed on commercialization/privatization aspects, government regulation, funding of autonomous CAAs and relations between government regulators, service providers and users. • 11:20 Questions and Answers • 12:00 Lunch break

    10. 14:00 SESSION 3: ICAO ECONOMIC ANALYSES AND DATABASES (EAD) PROGRAMME • Moderator: Mr. Christian Folly-Kossi, Secretary General, AFRAA • Presentation by ICAO: Mr. A. Sainarayan, Economic Analyses and Databases Section, Air Transport Bureau • To provide an overview on the best practices to be adopted to collect and meaningfully interpret the accounting and operational data. To discuss the role of High level indicators and measures to monitor performance, improve benchmarking and address infrastructural gaps • 15:30 Coffeebreak

    11. Presentation by ICAO: Mr. A. Sainarayan, Economic Analyses and Databases Section, Air Transport Bureau • To discuss: a) how to utilize data to generate Management Information systems (MIS) and forecasts for facilitating Senior Management decision making; b) the role of exposure data in arriving at accident rates and the analysis of safety data to predict and improve safety of operations; and c) the need for common standards , taxonomy and definitions in accounting of financial and operational data. • 16:30Questions and answers

    12. DAY THREE Wednesday, 30 April • 09:00 SESSION 4 AVIATION ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Moderator: Mr. D.O. Valente, Representative of Argentina on the Council of ICAO Main areas of ICAO activity • Presentation by ICAO : Ms. Jane Hupe, Chief, Environment Unit, ICAO Cooperation with other bodies and the recent developments on aviation environmental protection.

    13. 09:30 Aircraft Noise • Presentation on ICAO Balanced Approach to aircraft noise management by: Ms. Jane Hupe, Chief, Environment Unit, ICAO • To provide to the audience an overview on aircraft noise management : • Aviation noise data (inventories and models); • Standards and the new technology available in aircraft noise; • Preventive measures available to address the effects of noise (land-use planning etc.); • Operational procedures available to minimize noise, • Operating restrictions including curfews; • Noise charges. • 10:20 Coffee Break

    14. 10:40 - Aircraft Engine Emissions • Presentation by ICAO:Ms. Jane Hupe, Chief, Environment Unit To provide an overview on Aircraft Engine Emissions management : • Aviation emissions data (inventories and models); • Standards and technology available in the aircraft engine emissions; • Aviation emissions and local air quality; • Aviation emissions and global climate; • Market-based measures and voluntary measures to address emissions : emissions charges, emissions trading and carbon offsets. • 11:20 Aviation Environmental Protection : Main Challenges for Africa • Presentation by Mr. Kenton Sim, CAEP Member, South Africa • 11:45Questions and answers • 12:00 Closing Of Symposium

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