The Future of Airports

Author: 
Chris Groh
Mario Rodriguez

On this episode, we talk with Mario Rodriguez, who’s the Executive director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority.

During the conversation, we talk about the future of airports and what directors should be doing to better position their airports as the doorway to their cities. We also talk about the adoption of new technology at airports and how airports can build a culture that’s not afraid to fail.

If you want to see the Airport's newly designed website, check out: indianapolisairport.com/

For more information about the airport, follow them on Twitter at: twitter.com/INDairport

And if you want to follow Mario and learn more about his work as the Executive Director, you can follow him at: twitter.com/execdirind

 
Date recorded: 
Saturday, April 1, 2017

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