Assam Environmentalist Wins ACI Asia Pacific Award

Assam Environmentalist Wins ACI Asia Pacific Award

Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific is a global organization of airports that represents the interests of airports with governments and international organizations.

Founded in 2009, the Young Executive Awards program continues to encourage the promulgation of innovative ideas and best practices from young professionals in the Asia Pacific and Middle East airport communities.

Jean-Michel Latron, Secretary of State for Tahiti Airport in French Polynesia, said: Polynesia chaired the program’s jury.

This year’s paper addressed the theme of “adapting airports to the changing climate of the region.” Ahmed contributed to the aviation sector by demonstrating outstanding research, analysis, and appropriate intervention in his submissions, making it a more sustainable and resilient means of transportation.

Ahmed will be awarded prizes and scholarships for the ACI World Global Training Airport Diploma Program. Delhi International Airport also receives additional scholarships to the ACI Global Training Leadership and Management Professional Certification Course to support its learning and development efforts.

Ahmed graduated from physics at B. Borooah College in Guwahati after teaching at Dalgaon High School in the Darang district. After that, he got his master’s degree. He has a Masters in Energy Systems from UPES in Dehradun and a Masters in Energy and Environment from IIT in Delhi.