The 2012 Fall Forum, held September 27 and 28 in Mankato, Minnesota, brought together airport personnel and experts from across Minnesota to learn from each other through small-group discussions and collaborative sessions. Topics included rates and charges, concrete pavement and maintenance, airport inspection using GIS, mutual aid agreements, plowing strategies, and more.
This session highlighted a recent study that can help prepare you to make informed and economically smart decisions for safe and efficient operation.
Explore the benefits of using concrete runways and get tips on how to maintain it.
Learn how the Mankato Airport thrives and serves its community. Hear about its recent airshow and gather ideas that could be implemented at your own airport.
Learn how to work with local organizations to assist with maintenance and operations, optimize resources, and share equipment and staff.
Learn about the John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences and the Department of Aviation at the University of North Dakota.
Get tips for maintaining airspace around your airport in the face of challenging development pressures.
Learn about cost-effective social media, e-mail, and online marketing strategies for small airports. Hear about available resources and guidebooks and get ideas for marketing your airport to the local and aviation community.
Find out about GIS and other tools available to help take inventory of the elements at your airport.
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