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2008 Stakeholder Report Tracks Progress
By Andy McDill

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is preparing to issue its 2008 Stakeholder Report, which profiles achievements for the year. It also tracks the progress of ongoing programs and tells what's in store for 2009 at the world's busiest airport. You will be able to find the complete report at www.atlanta-airport.com in February so valued customers and stakeholders can see how we're doing. Be on the lookout.

Inside the 2008 Stakeholder Report, readers can get an account of Hartsfield-Jackson's:

  • Performance and Growth

  • Customer Focus

  • Maintenance, Upgrades and Renovations

  • Environmental Efforts

  • International Outlook

  • Programs and Initiatives

  • Planning for the Future

  • Financial Data

  • Challenges and Opportunities

What's in store for 2009

By November, Hartsfield-Jackson's state-of-the-art Consolidated Rental Car (CONRAC) facility will open for business. When it's up and running, CONRAC will house all Airport rental car agencies.

"This major initiative is the direct result of local and state agencies and contractors working together to build a convenient, state-of-the-art facility," said Dan Molloy, assistant general manager for capital development. "It will improve the experience for the millions of business and leisure travelers to Atlanta."

More than 70 percent of construction is complete on the 67.5-acre facility, located five minutes from the Airport. CONRAC will be connected to the passenger terminal via an Automated People Mover (APM) train system. The APM, which will also make stops at the Georgia International Convention Center and a new hotel complex, can move more than 10,000 passengers an hour to and from the passenger terminal along the 1.6 mile-long elevated track.

Other ongoing initiatives include:

  • Completing the Airport's retail renaissance and opening more than 70 new stores such as Sean John, Lacoste, Brooks Brothers, Mori Luggage and more.

  • Translating the Airport's Web site into Spanish, French, German and Chinese.

  • Introducing a sustainable recycling program that will drastically reduce the Airport's waste stream.

  • Completing the already-successful security checkpoint expansion program by upgrading the escalators on Concourse T.

 



© 2008 Hartsfield-Jackson News. A Publication from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. All rights reserved.

 

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