WORLD AIRLINE

December 6-8, 2021 | UAE

An increasing number of delegates have advised us that they have not yet received any vaccination against Covid-19, have been unable to secure a Visa or have been advised by their company against international travel. In addition, Covid cases are surging in Europe and Britain. However, your Route/ Destination/Economic recovery remains our priority. We can now confirm our alternative plan for WORLD AIRLINE to ensure that Global Route Development Communities can still meet safely and, in person, in December 2021.

Spotlight

The current Air Traffic Management (ATM) system worldwide has reached its limits in terms of
predictability, efficiency and cost effectiveness. Nowadays, the ATM socio-technical system is based on an airspace management paradigm that leads to demand imbalances that cannot be dynamically
adjusted. This entails higher air traffic controllers’ workload, which, as a final result, determines the
maximum ATM system capacity.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

2ND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND POLICY CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORT

December 27-28, 2021 | USA

2ND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL AND POLICY CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF TRANSPORT. FALL OR RISE OF THE TRANSPORT SECTOR AEROSPACE AND AVIATION LAWYERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA

The Aerospace Europe Conference 2021

November 23-26, 2021 | Poland

The Aerospace Europe Conference 2021 will be held in Warsaw, 23-26 November 2021. The conference will be organized by CEAS together with Polish Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics , Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation & Warsaw University of Technology. Due to the uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic, two forms of conference are considered – traditional (face-to-face) and on-line. Maybe the hybrid form that will combine classical sessions for limited number of participants with on-line connection will be the best solution.

FUTURE OF AIRPORTS

November 18, 2021 | USA

The Future of Airports conference will bring together the leaders from airport operators, architects, engineers, contractors and their supply chain at a pivotal time for the aviation sector responds to the impact of Covid-19 and develops schemes to future-proof their assets. The programme will focus on three key themes – airport development, sustainability and innovation – through a series of high-level keynotes, panel debates and technical talks.

Aerospace & Defense Mergers and Acquisitions Conference

November 11-12, 2021 | USA

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented disruption across global aerospace and defense supply chains. The commercial aviation segment has been most significantly affected with aircraft OEMs and aftermarket providers facing the potential for an extended period of reduced demand. In many countries, defense spending is likely to come under increasing pressure as governments confront rapidly growing budget deficits. Aerospace and defense M&A is likely to accelerate in response to these challenges. Well-capitalized suppliers and financial sponsors will see opportunities for consolidation, while reduced demand will force many weaker players to sell, restructure or exit the market entirely.

Spotlight

The current Air Traffic Management (ATM) system worldwide has reached its limits in terms of
predictability, efficiency and cost effectiveness. Nowadays, the ATM socio-technical system is based on an airspace management paradigm that leads to demand imbalances that cannot be dynamically
adjusted. This entails higher air traffic controllers’ workload, which, as a final result, determines the
maximum ATM system capacity.

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