The outlook for Perth Airport

The outlook for Perth Airport

WA
Nov 30
Join your fellow Trustees and key stakeholders for a discussion on what the year ahead looks like for Perth Airport.
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Speakers

Kevin Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Perth Airport

Event Overview

Following the address by Australian Border Force (ABF) Commissioner, Michael Outram, on October 1, CEDA is pleased to host a discussion with Perth Airport CEO, Kevin Brown, to unpack some of the key takeaways from that discussion.

Join fellow Trustees to explore the future of aviation, discussing issues such as:
  • The reopening of Australian borders; 
  • The recovery of aviation business and connectivity to Perth and Western Australia; and
  • What international travel will look like, including new technology and systems to process passengers. 

This briefing is by invitation only to CEDA Trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. At CEDA boardroom briefings Trustees hear from an informed, expert guest speaker in a private, small group setting. Invitations to boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies.

 

Meet the speaker

Kevin Brown
Chief Executive Officer, Perth Airport

Kevin commenced in the role of Chief Executive Officer of Perth Airport in July 2016 and has been involved in operational and commercial roles in both hub and regional airports for more than 15 years in the UK and Australia. Prior to joining Perth Airport, Kevin held the position of Chief Executive Officer of North Queensland Airports, which operates Cairns and Mackay Airports, where he was responsible for implementing a growth strategy for both airports. Kevin also spent nine years with the British Airport Authority (BAA), and was Managing Director at Edinburgh International Airport.

Meet the host

Philip Morgan
WA Market Leader - Transport, GHD

Philip has around 30 years' experience in both major project design, and business leadership roles throughout Australia, the Asia Pacific region and broader international locations. A structural engineer by background, he has been involved in some iconic projects dating back to the Jubilee Line Extension in London, major motorways in Turkey, cable stayed bridges in Hong Kong and high rise buildings in Thailand. Following completion of his MBA in International Management, Philip stepped into business and people leadership roles in Melbourne and Hong Kong before moving with his family to Perth in 2005. Philip is currently GHD's Western Australian Market Leader - Transport with prime responsibility for leading the strategic and business approach for the transport sector.

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