BEUMER Group – a leading global supplier of automated baggage handling systems – has published its latest report detailing its vision for the operational and economic landscape for airports through 2023.
Entitled ‘Airports 2023 outlook: The road to recovery’, the report gives airport and airline executives insights and information that has been compiled by BEUMER’s experts through their detailed knowledge of airport operations worldwide. It is the only report to provide a 360° view of the current state of the global airport industry and what we can expect looking ahead to 2023, with findings intended to help strengthen the airport business in the year ahead.
The main conclusions of the report include:
- The aviation industry’s road to recovery leads through digitalisation and a shift in airport business models.
- Digital technologies are also enablers for airports to operate smarter by using resources more sustainably.
- Implementing sustainable measures can be a win-win for airports, as efficiencies to reduce carbon emissions will also reduce operational costs.
- The airport sector continues to be volatile, and the aftereffects of the pandemic are giving rise to a reassessment of the airport business model.
The report also concludes that while it is possible that we are leaving the Covid pandemic behind us, there clearly remains volatility in the sector, which is challenging the fundamental business model of the airport.
In five chapters, the report delivers insights into the current state of the global airport industry and what we can expect looking ahead to 2023.
CHAPTER 1: The new era of travel: The airport industry right now
CHAPTER 2: The changing business model of the airport
CHAPTER 3: Supporting the recovery of connectivity and travel with digitalisation
CHAPTER 4: Making resilient airports: The need to invest in flexible infrastructure
CHAPTER 5: Insights into how airports are negotiating the road to recovery
The report is part of the information presented in the BEUMER Group Knowledge Hub for Airports, and can be downloaded, at no cost, from Airports 2023 outlook: The road to recovery.