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10:00~10:15 Opening Ceremony [Opening Remarks]
Kyung Wook KIM, President & CEO, Incheon International Airport Corporation
[Welcome Speech]
Chang-heum BYEON, Minister, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Luis Felipe de OLIVEIRA
, Director General, ACI World
Stefano BARONCI, Director General, ACI Asia-Pacific
10:15~10:25 Keynote Speech [Keynote Speaker]
Salvatore SCIACCHITANO, President of the Council, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
10:25~11:10 Special Session Theme : Recalibrating the Aviation Industry for the Coming Era of Dramatic Change
Jiyoon KIM, One of the most renowned political analysts in Korea
Thomas FREY, Founder and Executive Director, DaVinci Institute
11:10~11:20 Break
11:20~12:30 Session 1 Theme : Global Protocol and Tech-Innovation for Safe Air-Travel
Hyung-Shin KIM
, Executive Director of Aviation Marketing Group, Incheon International Airport Corporation
Ansa JORDAAN, Chief of the Aviation Medicine Section, ICAO
Vinoop GOEL, Regional Director, Airports & External Relations Asia Pacific, International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Kjell KLOOSTERZIEL, Director, Schiphol International
Joe LEADER, CEO, APEX (Airline Passenger Experience Association)
13:40~14:00 Break
14:00~15:20 Session 2 Theme : Aviation Demand Recovery and Boosting Revenue in the Post-Corona Era
Muhammad DAUD, Senior Director of Tourism Policy and International Relations, Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture
Jinho LEE, Senior Vice President of Passenger Business Division, Korean Air
Vivian CHEUNG, Executive Director, Airport Operations, Hong Kong International Airport
Khata VININ, Deputy Vice President, Air Cargo Management Department, Airports of Thailand
Kian GOULD, Founder & CEO, AOE
15:20~15:30 Break
15:30~16:50 Session 3 Theme : Mobility Revolution and Transformation of the Air Transport Paradigm
Kerissa KHAN, ISCF Future Flight Innovation Lead, UK Research and Innovation
Jaeyong SONG, Vice President, UAM Strategy & Execution Group, Hyundai Motor Group
Chang Bong KANG, Director of Future Aviation Research Division, Korea Institute of Aviation Safety Technology
Kwangho AN, Director of Aviation Division, Incheon Metropolitan City
16:50~17:00 Closing


Keynote Address    

Salvatore Sciacchitano
President of the Council, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

Mr. Salvatore Sciacchitano is the sixth President of the ICAO Council. He succeeded Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu on 1 January 2020.

Mr. Sciacchitano graduated in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Catania and began his career in aviation in 1980, joining the Italian Airworthiness Authority (RAI) where he held positions of increasing responsibility, serving as the organization’s Regulation Director in 1992, then as Technical Director and, in 1996, as Director General.

With the merger of the aviation branch of the Ministry of Transport and RAI and the subsequent establishment of the Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC), Mr. Sciacchitano assumed the position of Deputy Director General. In this position, he played an instrumental role in coordinating the core business divisions of the newly founded structure. He was also entrusted with multiple international mandates, chairing the Permanent Commission of EUROCONTROL, representing Italy in the Management Board of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), holding the Vice-Presidency of the EUROCONTROL Provisional Council and coordinating the Italian delegation during ICAO Assemblies.

As a result of his extensive experience in aviation international affairs, Mr. Sciacchitano was appointed Executive Secretary of the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) in 2010. In February 2019, he joined the Italian Delegation on the Council of ICAO, where he served until assuming his duties as President of the Council.

Special Session   Recalibrating the Aviation Industry for the Coming Era of Dramatic Change   

Thomas Frey
Founder and Executive Director, DaVinci Institute

Thomas Frey is currently Google’s top-rated futurist speaker and IBM’s most award-winning engineer. As Founder and Executive Director of DaVinci Institute, Thomas has built an extensive following around the world based on his ability to uncover unique insights into the future, and describe the enormous opportunities that lie ahead. Having started seventeen businesses himself and assisting on the development of hundreds more, the understanding he brings to his audiences is a rare blend of reality-based thinking coupled with a clear-headed visualization of the world to come. Thomas has been featured in thousands of articles for both national and international publications. Each year his talks touch the lives of tens of thousands of people with his unique brand of customized presentations designed specifically around the needs of each and every audience.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Recalibrating the Aviation Industry for the Coming Era of Dramatic Change
For people all over the planet, the covid crisis is a deeply personal experience and virtually nothing in our world has remained untouched! This is especially true for the aviation industry. Technology that would have taken years to enter our lives is being turbocharged by Covid, along with an entire rethinking of transportation patterns, business opportunities, and priorities. Hobbyist drones are quickly morphing into business drones, delivery drones, and air taxi services. Airports themselves will transition from aviation terminals, to hyperloop stations, and air taxi command centers. Digital twin technology will soon remove pilots from aircraft, and become the monitoring system for all things driverless. And driverless technology itself will give us the tools to become the most fluid society in all history. But even as much of today’s aviation industry begins to fade into the sunset, an entire new set of opportunities will begin to emerge, employing far more people, while simultaneously making us more connected, more capable, and far more accomplished. Put your tray tables up and buckle your seatbelts, it’s going to be a fascinating ride! Join Futurist Thomas Frey as he takes the audience on a journey into the future that few are likely to forget.

Jiyoon Kim
One of the most renowned political analysts in Korea, 

Session 1   Global Protocol and Tech-Innovation for Safe Air-Travel  

[Moderator] Hyung-Shin Kim
Executive Director of Aviation Marketing Group, Incheon International Airport Corporation

Ansa Jordaan
Chief of the Aviation Medicine Section, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)


Dr. Ansa Jordaan is currently the Chief of the Aviation Medicine Section at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), responsible for aviation medical standards and the CAPSCA programme (preventing transmission of communicable disease by air).
She graduated in 1989 as a medical doctor and have two post-graduate degrees (Aerospace Medicine and Occupational Health). In 1999 she established the Aviation Medicine department in the South African Civil Aviation Authority, after having worked in the South African Military Institute of Aviation Medicine. In 2003 she left the CAA and worked as an Independent Consultant in the aviation industry until 2007. She then joined South African Airways where she was the Medical Director until June 2011. After SAA she left the aviation industry to work at the Life Occupational Health Group, where she was the Project Director of Occupational Health for Transnet Freight Rail. In 2012 she returned to aviation and was was the Medical Director of Occupational Health at International SOS. She joined ICAO in October 2015 and has been in the position of Chief of the Aviation Medicine section since then.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Current issues and ICAO proposed solutions on resuming air travel safely
The COVID-19 pandemic’s first anniversary was on 11 March 2021. Initially most people thought that it would be a matter of weeks before we could all return to normal life. Unfortunately this was not the case. Instead of a sprint, the pandemic has morphed into an ultra-marathon, despite very quick advances in medical science and technology. The pandemic continues to have a devastating effect on all aspects of life. The aviation sector has been hit very hard resulting in severe consequences on employment and travel, bancrupting many stakeholder operations and plunging aviation in an existential crisis, despite aviation being crucial in the transport of essential services and products to fight the pandemic. In this presentation we provide a snapshot of the pro-active response of ICAO to the pandemic, including a discussion of current challenges in resuming normal air travel, proposed solutions to address these challenges and tools to resume international travel safely in a harmonized manner.

Vinoop Goel
Asia-Pacific Regional Director of Airports & External Relations, International Air Transport Association (IATA)


Vinoop Goel is the Asia-Pacific Regional Director of Airports & External Relations for the International Air Transport Association (IATA). He is based at their Asia-Pacific regional office in Singapore. Vinoop leads a team that is responsible for all IATA's activities in the Asia-Pacific region relating to Airports, Passenger Facilitation, Cargo and Security. In addition to this, Vinoop also heads the Member and External Relations department for the region that is responsible for IATA membership and government policy issues such as environment, taxation and aviation regulatory matters.
Vinoop has a degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Delhi in India. He has 3 decades of aviation industry experience including a 15-year stint in Japan and has been with IATA since 2005.

International Air Transport Association
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 290 airlines or 82% of total air traffic. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Outlook and Opportunities for Aviation Industry
COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on airlines, airports and other stakeholders in the aviation industry. The IATA presentation will include information on the current state of traffic and the outlook for the industry. IATA is working on a number of initiatives to get the industry restarted and will discuss the role of technologies like the IATA Travel Pass in boosting confidence for governments to reopen borders and for passengers to travel once again.

Kjell Kloosterziel
Director, Schiphol International


Kjell Kloosterziel is the Director Schiphol International of the Royal Schiphol Group. As director Schiphol international he is responsible for the international participations and partnerships of the Royal Schiphol Group Kjell Kloosterziel has been active in the aviation industry for over 20 years and has advised many international (hub) airports around the world on their strategic development plans and major expansion projects. He currently also holds positions as Non-Executive Director of Hobart International Airport in Australia and as Director of Schiphol North America Holding and Schiphol USA inc.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: “A Path to Recovery: Building Back Better”
Governments and Airports around the world have implemented a variety of safety and health measures around the world in response to the COVID19 pandemic. Traffic at airports has been impacted significantly and the path to full recovery is just starting. The presentation provides an overview of key pre-requisites and initiatives being taken to stimulate the recovery of traffic.

Joe Leader
CEO, Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX)

Session 2   Aviation Demand Recovery and Boosting Revenue in the Post-Corona Era   

Muhammad Daud
Senior Director of Tourism Policy and International Relations, Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture


With more than 20 years of experience in trade and tourism, Mr. Muhammad Daud started his career as an Assistant Director at the Ministry of International Trade and Industry, where he was involved in APEC, WTO and Malaysia-Japan FTA negotiations. Soon after, he was appointed as the Senior Private Secretary to the Minister of Tourism and Special Officer to the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture. Currently, he is the Senior Director of Tourism Policy and International Affairs at the Ministry and Lead Shepherd of the APEC Tourism Working Group.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from McGill and Master’s degree in International Relations from Waseda University, Mr. Muhammad Daud has received several awards, including Ontario Scholar's Award, Graduate School Valedictorian and the UNWTO Ulysses Award for Innovation in Public Policy and Governance for The Malaysia Homestay Experience Programme.
Throughout his career Mr. Muhammad Daud's portfolio included the Director of Tourism Industry Development, the Director of Culture and Tourism at the ASEAN-Korea Centre, and Chair of several international committees, including the ASEAN Tourism Professional Committee, COMCEC Standing Committee and ASEAN-KOREA Tourism Working Group.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: "Strengthening Resilience and Recovery: The Outlook for Travel and Tourism in Asia-Pacific"
Among major industries, travel and tourism has been hit hardest by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Even as the rollout of vaccines and gradual easing of travel restrictions give cause for optimism, the outlook for recovery in the year ahead remains cautious. For Asia and the Pacific, which was the first and most severely impacted region with a decline of 83% in tourist arrivals in 2020 compared to the year before, recovery of international travel is expected to take some time and remains contingent on the evolution of travel demand as well as harmonisation and digitalisation of common protocols for cross-border travel and related risk management measures. Drawing from the work of the APEC Tourism Working Group, a regional platform for information sharing and cooperation among tourism administrators of 21 APEC economies, this presentation discusses some of the approaches being adopted across the region in order to facilitate future travel and accelerate recovery. As every crisis presents an opportunity to rethink growth strategies moving forward, this presentation also highlights the urgency of digitalisation and sustainable tourism practices to further the vision of a responsible and inclusive tourism model in the Asia-Pacific region that is more resilient to future shocks.

Jinho Lee
Senior Vice President, Passenger Business Division, Korean Air


■ Education: Dept of Administration, Yonsei University

■ Career
- Mar 2018 Managing Vice President, Passenger Business Division
- Jan 2016 Managing Vice President, Regional Headquarters, Korea
- Apr 2015 Vice president, Regional Headquarters, Korea
- Jan 2011 General Manager, Regional Office, Chicago
- May 2009 General Manager, Passenger Marketing, HQ
- Jul 2004 Manager, Regional Office, New York
- Jan 1998 Manager, Passenger Network & Sales (America)
- Jan 1988 Joined Korean Air

Vivian Cheung
Executive Director, Airport Operations, Hong Kong International Airport


Mrs Vivian Cheung Kar-fay (Executive Director, Airport Operations)
Holds a Master degree of Business Administration and a Bachelor degree of Computer Science. Mrs Cheung is an alumni of the Stanford Executive Program from the Stanford University. She was appointed Executive Director, Airport Operations in December 2019. Mrs Cheung worked for the General Electric Company and a high tech startup in the Silicon Valley before joining the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) in 1992. With more than 28 years of experience in airport management, she has held a number of senior management positions in the AAHK. Mrs Cheung is currently a Director of Hong Kong – Zhuhai Airport Management Company Limited and Vice Chairman of Shanghai Hong Kong Airport Management Company Limited. Active in community service, she is a member of the Liaison Panel for Accreditation of Vocational and Professional Education and Training of Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications, and a member of Board of Directors of Support! International Foundation.

[Presentation Summary]

A series of projects at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) are being implemented progressively as part of the “Airport City” development, a blueprint which entails an investment of over HK$40 billion in the 10 years to 2030 by Airport Authority Hong Kong in enhancing the airport’s capacity and functionality to meet future demand, while transforming it into a new landmark and propelling the economic development of Hong Kong and the region.

Khata Vinin
Deputy Vice President, Air Cargo Management Department, Airports of Thailand


Mr. Khata has a deep interest in logistics management. His 14 years of experience working at Thailand’s largest free zone and air cargo facility at Suvarnabhumi airport has focused on the supply chain support facility. He believes that the inter-connectivity among nearby countries is one of the key elements that will play an integral role in supporting Thailand’s national economic development plan.
The highly efficient supply chain support facility in an airport coupled with robust network of cargo transportation require both collaboration with stakeholders and efficient logistical support services. He wishes to apply his expertise in helping all parties to have a successful business through Intermodal transportation and supply chain management.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Share, Combine and the New Product
The late of 2019 throughout 2021 is undeniably most difficult time for the history of aviation, as most of the countries has been lockdown causing travelers stay home in order to control the outbreak. Airlines grounded their flights causing suffering for the industry. Airport have to reduce the operation in order to survive this crisis, but the least damage were harm operation on the cargo activities, as the movement of the commodities for everyday consumption is needed in daily live, import and export activities still active. The demand of the freighters is rising, as airline been dusted their freighter aircraft to serves the uprising demand, some even convert passenger aircraft to carries cargo. It is the weak-up call for the airport either remain conservative or working along side with the airline and be supportive. The airport network has to be developed in order to fill not just the belly but the whole, by using the road network and the strategic location to support the carriers. This is the point that paradigm shifted, e-commerce play crustal part during the lockdown, and nature of shipping cargo has been changed, the new product for cargo has emerged.

Kian Gould
Founder & CEO, AOE


Kian Gould is the Founder and Chief Executive of the AOE and it’s aviation solution division Omnevo, a leading global expert in omnichannel e-commerce and digital transformation within the aviation space. He is a regular speaker at many global conferences, and a well-known expert in airport digitalization; he is best known for transforming Frankfurt Airport into the first digital omnichannel airport e-commerce marketplace and revolutionizing Singapore Airlines retail program digitally. With its headquarters in Frankfurt and with offices in Miami, Zürich, Paris, Dubai and Hong Kong, AOE and its global team of more than 250 people in six countries, has established a reputation as a leading provider for airport digitalization. The company’s Omnevo solution is quickly becoming the leading technology solution for digitalizing non-aviation revenues for both airports and airlines.

[Presenation Summary]

TITLE: "Learning from disruption. Setting a course to digitally empowered ancillary revenue recovery"
The travel industry has been decimated by COVID-19 and airports have become white elephants for many months. When the big resumption happens, recovery is anything but guaranteed. There will be a new breed of travellers, concerned about very different things from the past. They will be more concerned about safety than shopping. Physical distancing and hygiene considerations may negatively impact food and beverage retail and other traditional airport service propositions.
Clearly, the game will have changed, and not least because travellers will have become a lot more digitally empowered and savvy. What is the one big thing that airports need to do to enable this new normal to deliver better non-aeronautical revenues than before? How can airports reinvent their traditional siloed commercial and operational models?

Session 3   Mobility Revolution and Transformation of the Air Transport Paradigm   

Kerissa Khan
ISCF Future Flight Innovation Lead, UK Research and Innovation


Kerissa Khan is an aeronautical engineer and technical expert in complex and integrated aerospace systems. She is a member of Council of the Royal Aeronautical Society and a member of the UK Trade Organisation for Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space Advanced Air Mobility Group.
As Innovation Lead for the UK Research and Innovation Future Flight Challenge, Kerissa works with businesses, government, regulatory bodies, academia, research organisations and global players to create a novel aviation system for safe and sustainable future air mobility. She provides thought leadership and leads socio-economic and market outlook studies for future flight. Her focus is on transforming how we connect people, transport goods and deliver services using advanced air mobility, regional aircraft and drones, with electric, hydrogen and autonomous technologies.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Future Flight Accelerating Aviation Innovation
The Future Flight Challenge is a £300m programme in three phases that will assure the UK’s position in the third aviation revolution. Using new classes of electric/hydrogen and autonomous vehicles the challenge will transform how we connect people, deliver goods and provide services. It will speed up the acceptance of these innovative air vehicles into service safely and practically by encouraging different businesses to share their knowledge and resources to work together.
The challenge is creating a new community with members from across the diverse aviation industry. Linking new entrants, established global players, academia and regulators they are encouraged to jointly develop new aviation system concepts and work with communities to secure early involvement with new technologies.
The overall intent of the Future Flight Challenge is to secure first mover advantage for the UK in creating this breadth of new aviation system demonstration. It will also inspire and accelerate the next generation of sustainable aviation to position the UK as a world leader in aviation products and markets. Doing this will enable the UK to build, use and export new, greener ways of flying that will enable new modes of travel and new services.

Jaeyong Song
Vice President, UAM Strategy & Execution Group, Hyundai Motor Group


Jaeyong Song is Vice President of Hyundai Motor Company leading its Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Business Strategy & Execution Group. In this role, he is responsible for the development of air vehicles and building new UAM businesses for Hyundai Motor Group. Mr. song was appointed to this position in 2020. Prior to this position, he served as the head of Commercial Vehicle Planning Team and conducted various projects regarding HMG’s strategy, new business, and so on.

[Presentation Summary]

TITLE: Hyundai UAM (Urban Air Mobility)
Moving toward electrification and autonomous operation is the overall trend in the transportation sector. The aviation sector is also embracing this trend. The idea of making lighter and smaller all-electric flying vehicles led to the possibility of designing all battery-powered, passenger-carrying aircraft that can take off and land vertically with better safety and much quieter noise level than conventional helicopters. Combined with ride sharing business model and rapidly advancing ability to acquire and process big data, it is now conceivable to provide safe, quiet, affordable air transportation which will open the skies above our cities. The UAM (Urban Air Mobility) will liberate us from traffic congestion and democratize urban air mobility, serving the public as a critical part of integrated mobility solutions. The UAM has a huge potential to vitalize our cities to become more human-centric by providing better access to benefits and convenience of big cities, better walkability, and cleaner air. Hyundai Motor Group is committed to deliver the safest and affordable air vehicles to bring this exciting new world to our customers.

Chang Bong Kang
Director of Future Aviation Research Division, Korea Institute of Aviation Safety Technology


◦ Chief, Future Aviation Research Division, Korea Institute of Aviation Safety Technology (2018-Present)
◦ Head, Research Team on UTM (2017-Present)
* UTM: UAS Traffic Management
◦ Research on laws, regulations, and policies related to future aviation (drones, UAM)
◦ Member, Committee of New Industrial Regulation Innovation Committee, Office for Government Policy Coordination/Prime Minister’s Secretariat (2017-Present)
◦ Responsible for numerous national projects, such as Drone Regulatory Sandbox, Drone Air City, Special Regulation-free Zone for Drone, etc. under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (2015-Present)
◦ Active as an advisor for various government agencies, including the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Ministry of Science and ICT, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, the Ministry of SMEs and Startups, National Police Agency, Korea Forest Service, the Republic of Korea Army, the Repulic of Korea Air Force, etc. in relation to future aviation.

[Presentation Summary]

Development of technology brings the images of cartoons, novels, and movies to life in the real world, turning impossible situations into possible scenarios, so that it becomes a platform that goes along with our daily life. Future aviation mobility system, represented by drone, UAM, AAM, etc. is a new paradigm in transportational innovation. The presentation will introduce laws, systems, policies, and infrastructure related to the future aviation mobility in Korea which is preemptively preparing for the new paradigm. Also, the presenter will share major policies for fostering future aviation mobility ecosystem, achievement to date and current issues.

Kwangho An
Director of Aviation Division, Incheon Metropolitan City


■ Planning Team, Policy Plan Office
■ Regional Economy Promotion Division, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
■ Columnist for a local media
■ Strategic Business Support Office, Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority
■ Team Leader of Small Business Policy, Small Business Policy Division, Job Economy Headquarters, Operation Team Leader of Incheon e-um
■ Current Division Head of Aviation, Incheon Metropolitan City

[Presentation Summary]

The presentation first explains the definition of urban air mobility system, industrial structure and urban air mobility system envisioned by Incheon Metropolitan City. Then, it will review conditions of Incheon and current policy direction, followed by description of future vision of Incheon where urban air mobility system is realized.


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