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Regional Airports in the UK

6 April 2017

Birmingham, UK


This half-day seminar will focus on regional airport capacity and aviation throughout the UK, in the context of the Government’s decision to support runway construction and capacity expansion at Heathrow. Delegates will assess implementation issues and further opportunities for connectivity and economic development in the UK’s major and regional airports. Planned areas for discussion include strategies for maximising the benefits of airport development for regions, devolved nations and businesses, while further sessions will focus on the effects of development on local traffic, air quality and carbon emissions as cities across the UK begin to introduce Low Emission Zones to manage transport. Discussion will also look at priorities for integrating airports into the transport network.


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IATA E-Taxi Conference 2017

23-24 May 2017



Building upon the first-ever conference in 2015, this event will allow E-Taxi systems manufacturers, solution providers, airlines, airports, ground handlers, OEMs and regulators to discuss the latest industry developments and progress. It will focus on the technological readiness and regulatory approval of alternate taxiing solutions, as well as the challenges to aircraft operators and air traffic control, and demands upon airport infrastructure.


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Global Sustainable Aviation Summit 2017

3-4 October 2017

Geneva, Switzerland


The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) event is being co-organised with ACI, CANSO, IATA and ICCAIA. Further details will be released in the coming months.


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