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Airport Risk Community (ARC)

The Airport Risk Community provides a network through which knowledge and expertise can be shared to create a stronger and more resilient airport industry.

Willis Towers Watson created the Airport Risk Community (ARC) as a result of the experience gained through working in partnership with the airport industry.

The Airport Risk Community facilitates global connectivity by linking groups of professionals who are experiencing common industry risks and concerns. This collaborative approach benefits you by providing a network through which knowledge and expertise can be shared, whilst advising on emerging risks and trends within the sector.

In the current unprecedented times, we continue to deliver activities for 2020-21 including a webinar series, promoting sector research projects and working groups on core initiatives, as well as building strategic industry partnerships to the benefit of our community.

Please contact us if you wish to find out how your company can work in partnership with the Airport Risk Community or alternatively participate in any future events.

ARC is actively delivering the following benefits:


Strategic partnerships

ARC facilitates important partnerships, such as the collaboration with the World Economic Forum and the Airport Operators Association

Client webinars and thought leadership

Delivering specific forums and content on current risk concerns

Airport exchanges

Facilitating exchanges between airports to share experiences and best practice

Climate risk strategies

Developing strategies to address the materiality of climate risk

Airport Risk Community

Opening up a world of opportunity: The Airport Risk Community focuses on people and asset risk and has been launched to globally connect the airport community.

Global Airport Research Project

The Airport Risk Community (ARC) and the Willis Research Network (WRN) are working with the Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School to develop an annual index of possible disruptors for 110 international airports.

This study will take a focused look at the range of disruptive threats that airports face as a result of global trends – geopolitical, technology, environmental, social and governance – and how prepared they are to responding.

The research will include a selection of airports (with a spread over passenger traffic, cargo, and geography) and the potential impacts from severe disruptor threats over the next 3-5 years.

To participate in an Aviation Resilience and Preparedness Workshop or for more information regarding the wider benefits of this project, please contact us.

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