November 14, 2014 - 7:00AM
November 14, 2014 - 8:00AM

MIT W20-491

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A Discussion on Boston Logan International Airport. Join us as Flavio Leo, Deputy Direction of Aviation Planning and Strategy for the Massachusetts Port Authority will discuss how Boston’s Logan Airport plays a role in local aviation demand as well as recent initiatives and future challenges. Flavio's Bio:
Flavio Leo is the Deputy Director of Aviation Planning and Strategy at the Massachusetts Port Authority where he is responsible for near and long term aviation planning and policy development; airspace and airfield safety and efficiency initiatives; noise and emissions policy and abatement; and airfield physical planning, testing and adoption of new technologies. Flavio is Massport’s lead on the FAA’s NextGen rollout at Massport’s three airports -- Boston Logan International Airport, L.G. Hanscom Field and Worcester Regional Airport -- including identifying, testing and adopting surface surveillance technology and airspace procedures to enhance safety/efficiency and reduce environmental impacts.

Speaker: Flavio Leo, Deputy Director, Aviation Planning and Strategy, Department of Aviation, Massachusetts Port Authority

In 2014, Flavio was recognized by the White House as a 2014 Champion of Change in Transportation for his role applying innovative transportation technology to enhance airport safety, security and equitable access at Logan Airport.

Flavio earned Master’s Degrees in Business Administration and in Economics from Boston University and his Bachelors of Arts Degree in Economics from Brandies University.