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Aviation & Artificial Intelligence
AVIATION & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
May 23-23, 2019
Aviation & Artificial Intelligence is a high-level conference on artificial intelligence which will provide a state of the art overview of the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence and its application to business developments both inside and outside aviation, identify speci...

More Electric Aircraft USA Conference
MORE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT USA CONFERENCE
May 21-23, 2019
More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft USA will bring together relevant stakeholders to ensure maximum knowledge transfer and professional exchange. During a full three-days-program (May 21-23) in Washington, DC, you will meet international experts from OEMs, major airlines, associations, suppliers, an...

Air Partner


Air Partner is a global aviation services group listed on the LSE. Founded in 1961, the Group provides aviation services and solutions in air charter, travel management, emergency evacuation, aircraft remarketing and aviation safety consultancy. Our clients comprise corporates, governments, NGOs and individuals.

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More Electric Aircraft USA Conference
MORE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT USA CONFERENCE
May 21-23, 2019
More Electric & Hybrid Aircraft USA will bring together relevant stakeholders to ensure maximum knowledge transfer and professional exchange. During a full three-days-program (May 21-23) in Washington, DC, you will meet international experts from OEMs, major airlines, associations, suppliers, an...

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