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All these competitive demands can be balanced only if the non-aviation revenues, which reach to 70 percent of the total revenue, are increased.
Loaded with Garmin Pilot, it proves to be good competition for the Apple product, with a faster processor, a sharper display, additional non-aviation capabilities and comes at half the cost
The main objectives of the CIP include maintaining, modifying and expanding existing facilities to achieve ultimate North Terminal capacity: plus improving international processing to accommodate growth and developing facilities to generate non-aviation revenue.
Current non-aviation projects include the 425m-high, 101-storey Marina 101 residential tower in Dubai Marina, destined to be a landmark super-tall upon its completion.
According to the University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business aviation think-tank, ATL generated 60 per cent of its total revenue from non-aviation activities, as compared to the lowest-ranked North American airport Chicago's O'Hare International Airport (ORD), which derived only 34 per cent of its income from alternative sources.
I think this partnership with DMG Productions with their media connections will help educate the non-aviation business world about the viability of private aviation as a competitive differentiator," said Rene Banglesdorf, CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation.
The first of this series, "Protecting Non-Aviation Revenues", examines medium and large hub commercial airports for the presence of operational turnover and employment stability.
The instruction also includes guidance for non-aviation commands to submit their reports.