The Moodie Davitt Report, based in London, Hong Kong and Galway, is the world’s largest, most-respected and most inﬂuential business intelligence service for the airport commercial revenues and travel retail sectors. Founded in 2002 by Martin Moodie, the company enjoys a rare position of trust, credibility and reach. Its ‘website that never sleeps’ has become the home page of the industry.
The Moodie Davitt Report has conceived and hosted many of the industry’s biggest and most successful events across our 20-year history, dating back to the first Trinity Forum in 2003. We created what is still the only airport event dedicated to the burgeoning food & beverage sector, FAB, and our digital awards ‘The Moodies’ are the benchmark of best and most innovative practice in this key area of communications.
Our philosophy? Thought leadership, trust, innovation, adding value with everything we do and an unrelenting focus on giving back to those in society who need it most.
ACI Asia-Pacific, based in Hong Kong SAR, currently has 131 members operating 617 airports in 49 countries and territories in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. As the voice of airport operators in the fastest-growing region in the world, ACI Asia-Pacific serves and leads airports by representing the airports’ interests with governments and international organizations, developing standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, provides information and training opportunities to raise standards, and being a community network platform for industry stakeholders.
Representing the collective interests of airports around the world to promote excellence in the aviation industry, Airports Council International (ACI) World collaborates with international organizations, governments, airport members, and industry stakeholders to develop policies, programs, and best practices that advance airport interests and promote excellence in the aviation industry.
ACI World also works closely with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO), the International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations (ICCAIA), the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Economic Forum, and others to represent the voice of airports during policy development.