Welcome! Today is Thursday, March 30, 2017

Airport Ground Transportation Association

Welcome to the Airport Ground Transportation Association!

We are a trade association for ground transportation operators, airport authorities, and industry suppliers dedicated to the continuous improvement of airport ground transportation services for the traveling public.

AGTA 2017 Spring Conference - Get ready to rally!

Now is the time to ensure your membership is renewed and up to date for 2017! Use the login link at the top of this page to enter your email address and password to renew and pay online. Once that is done, make sure you mark your business calendars: the AGTA meets in Dallas, Texas March 26-29. The meeting will be hosted at The Joule Hotel , in downtown Dallas. Members who can login to the member portal to renew their memberships can also follow the links to save money and register for the Spring meeting as well. Don't put it off - take care of it now!

Non-members are welcome and invited as well. If you are a non-member you can still register for the meeting by downloading and completing a 2017 Non Member Meeting Registration form and then mailing or faxing direct to the AGTA. To protect your payment security please make sure you do not email any forms with credit card numbers on them.

Spring is coming... and so is the AGTA Spring Meeting

The Joule Hotel Dallas, TX
March 26-29, 2017

Make plans now to join us in Dallas for what promises to be an exciting opportunity to bring yourself and your airport or company up to task for all the innovations coming our way in airport ground transportation. A short sampling of meeting topics is listed below or you can download a meeting agenda. AGTA promises to offer topics that will keep you informed, prepared and adaptable for the changes already affecting our airports. Planned meeting discussions include the following topics:

  • Do airports really make money from ride hailing fees or are they losing money when airport parking and car rental users are diverted to TNC car services?
  • What are other airports doing? Learn how to handle the rising number of Uber, Lyft and other ride hailing personal cars that now crowd the curb at many large airports. Where to place ride-hail vehicles, what to charge them for using airport facilities, do they need their own holding lot?
  • Where do high occupancy shuttles, vans, buses now belong on the curb? Should they get special pickup and drop-off access to the curb due to environmental and efficiency in utilizing curb space?
  • Should private vehicles be charged as a mechanism to avoid airport curb congestion?
  • How soon will driverless shuttles be here and how much can airport parking and car rental companies save by using driverless shuttles
  • Is it time to rethink AVI technologies and move on to geo-coding and other wireless digital systems?
  • What electronic customer service features should airports require of their ground transportation operators?

Call the Reservations Desk at The Joule 214-748-1300 and refer to the AGTA Spring Conference. We hope to see you soon in Dallas!