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08 March 2016   ACI Asia-Pacific Announces Human Resources Excellence Recognition 2016 Results - Adelaide Airport Limited Takes Top Honors with Gold Recognition

[March 8, 2016 – Hong Kong] ACI Asia-Pacific is pleased to announce the results of ACI Asia-Pacific Human Resources Excellence Recognition 2016 which recognizes airports’ outstanding achievements in HR management. Adelaide Airport Limited takes top honors with Gold Recognition.

 

The HR Excellence Recognition is a program initiated by the region in 2013. The objective of the program is to promote professional excellence in airport HR management. The results of the HR Excellence Recognition 2016 are:

 

  • Gold – Adelaide Airport Limited
  • Silver - GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited
  • Bronze – Yangon Aerodrome Company Limited

 

Ms. Kerrie Mather, Chairperson of the Panel of Judges and Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Sydney Airport said, “The submissions received this year demonstrated excellent best practices in HR management and presented many very innovative HR projects which are driving airport business sustainability. The Panel of Judges was impressed by the submission presented by Adelaide Airport Limited. It showed proven contribution to the airport business by the HR function which clearly met the objectives of this program.”

 

Recognized airports will be invited to the award presentation ceremony to be held on 19 April 2016 at the ACI Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly Meeting in the Gold Coast, Australia - http://www.aci-asiapac.aero/events/main/13/. The recognized airports’ submissions are available on ACI Asia-Pacific website here.

 

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About Airports Council International Asia-Pacific

 

ACI Asia-Pacific, one of the five regions of the Airports Council International (ACI), is based in Hong Kong and represents 100 members operating 573 airports in 47 countries in Asia-Pacific and the Middle-East.

 

As the only global trade association of the world’s airports, ACI represents airports’ interests with governments and international organizations, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world. In 2014, ACI Asia-Pacific airports have handled 2.48 billion passengers and 46.3 million tonnes of cargo.