The Aviation Business Development Team

 

The Aviation Business Development Team aims to accompany and stimulate the sustainable growth of air traffic in Rome. Through constant collaboration with the airlines, the Team promotes and encourages both the expansion of the network of destinations serviced on short, medium and long haul, and the increase in capacity offered on markets characterised by growing current and prospective demand.

To this end, the Aviation Business Development Team supports the airlines already operating at Rome airports or interested in Rome as a destination to be added to their network, assisting them in all the phases preceding and following the opening of new routes, from the feasibility study to the start up, right up to the constant monitoring of flight performance.

The Team is able to provide interested airlines with up-to-date data to help them understand the market and its development potential. In addition to the Rome Airports database and the information obtained from the interviews on quality conducted in the various airport areas, the Team uses the AirportIS software as a data source, developed and certified by IATA, in which all the world's BSP (Billing & Settlement Plan) data is channelled, subsequently calibrated with the statistics of the main online tourist agencies and with the databases of the major world civil aviation bodies.
 
ADR is committed on a daily basis to the sustainable development of air traffic: any carrier interested in strengthening its business aviation will find within the Roman airports the ideal environment to develop its operations. For any further information, the Business Aviation Development Team will be happy to help you, all you need to do is contact: aviation.marketing@adr.it (..)

Additionally, Rome Airports, as part of its management and development of the Capital's Airport System, has adopted a transparent, fair and non-discriminatory incentive scheme aimed at supporting traffic growth at Rome-Fiumicino airport. For more information:

 

ADR Policy for Air Traffic Development