Airports are complicated systems of business operations, infrastructure, people and dependencies. Their performance requirements during and after natural disasters are unique, and past experience in natural disasters is the best guide to identifying and managing risks. Frequently, low-cost improvements such as realistic emergency planning can reduce risks significantly, but doing so requires a thorough understanding of the weak links and risks facing the airport.
We have worked with some of the biggest airports in the world to help manage their strategic risks, including Los Angeles International Airport, Istanbul Atatürk Airport, San Francisco International Airport, and many others. We have investigated dozens more after disasters and know where to focus resources to identify problems and manage risks to reduce business interruptions and financial loss. Contact us to learn more.