Greg Principato, past president of Airports Council International-North America, will present at the International Aviation Law Institute (IALI) and Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development's third annual lecture on October 21 at DePaul University. The title of his lecture is "Trouble on the Tarmac: Redirecting U.S. Aviation Policy to Promote Economic Growth."
Principato served eight years as president of Airports Council International-North America, before stepping down in June 2013. During his 30 plus-year career, he worked on a wide variety of aviation issues. His many achievements include serving as executive director of the 1993 National Airline Commission, helping negotiate a new air service agreement between the United States and Japan, working to develop a new global standard for aircraft noise, and helping negotiate an international airline alliance.
Each year, IALI and Chaddick invite an expert in national aviation policy and advocacy to discuss the role of commercial airports and their impact on U.S. cities and the national transportation network. Past presenters include Christa Fornarotto, the Federal Aviation Administration’s associate administrator for airports, and Professor John Kasarda, author of the book Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next.
Attendance is by invitation only. For more information, please contact IALI Executive Director Stephen B. Rudolph.