November 14-16, 2022 | USA

Airports Going Green® (AGG) is the aviation industry’s leading forum on sustainability led by the Chicago Department of Aviation and co-hosted by AAAE. Since its beginning, AGG has enjoyed international recognition from airports, airlines, industry associations, and government agencies. Conference attendees participate in key discussions with airport business partners, government leaders, and top-level speakers from around the world. We are excited to be hosting the 15th Annual Airports Going Green® in-person from November 14-16, 2022.


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Wings of Change Europe

November 8-9, 2022 | Switzerland

Back to the Future with Wings of Change 2022 ,After a two-year hiatus, Europe’s flagship aviation event is set to return in November 2022, hosted by Pegasus Airlines in Istanbul, Türkiye. Recovery and Sustainability will be among the key topics addressed by government officials, as well as industry and non-industry leaders.

Space Acquisition Forum

January 18, 2023 | USA

GovCon Wire’s Space Acquisition Forum brings together prominent space acquisition officials, government leaders and industry executives to examine the global challenges, technological developments, emerging best practices and new threats shaping the space acquisition industry today.

CAPA Asia Aviation Summit 2022

November 3-4, 2022 | Australia

Bringing together three events under one roof, this two-day event will include the CAPA Asia Aviation Summit and CTC Corporate Travel Summit & Sustainability Expo, as well as the coveted CAPA Asia Pacific Aviation Sustainability Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner. The CAPA Asia Aviation Summit is part of CAPA’s regional summit series and is highly regarded as an industry benchmark event across Asia, offering thought leadership, valuable networking opportunities, and in-depth insight on the issues and trends that shape the local and global airline industry.

2022 Oklahoma Women in Aviation and Aerospace Day Symposium and Luncheon

December 9, 2022 | USA

A century ago, the State’s earliest true municipal airport appeared in 1920 on land leased to Oklahoma City. Only a year earlier, Tulsa's first private airport was founded by former military barnstormer and New Zealand native Duncan McIntyre. Oklahoma is considered an aerospace and aviation powerhouse, with 108 public-use airports supporting a $44B annual economic impact generated by 1,100 aviation and aerospace companies.