Event Date/Time: Sep 21, 2010
End Date/Time: Sep 22, 2010
Sep 20, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Aug 13, 2010
Crises are without doubt headline grabbers, and, it seems in recent times, there have been many high profile events which have hit the commercial aviation sector hard. Global economic crisis aside, one of the most disruptive and costly events to have hit the industry in recent years has been the Volcanic ash cloud which has, and continues to loom over European Airspace. For such an unforeseen act of Mother Nature to have such a devastating affect on Europeâ€™s airports and airlines (cost to airlines â‚¬200m a day according to IATA) is unprecedented and has once again put emergency planning experts to the test around the world. Add in airport closure due to an unusual level of snowfall in early 2010 in the UK, political unrest affecting Bangkok and numerous other high profile global incidents and you can begin to see the immeasurable impact on the aviation sector. As alternative modes of transport such as high speed trains are being touted as the future of short haul travel, and being pushed by Governments the world over, now is the time for aviation leaders to act to minimise disruption from all crises. Averting crises is a 24/7 function but what is imperative is the swift resolution and return to normality in the event of a crisis.
Aviation Crisis Management â€“ an International Airport Review Conference will bring together senior figures from airports, airlines, transport authorities, Government, associations, suppliers and academia working within the aviation sector to discuss these very issues. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear case studies from those who have been on the front line during crisis. From emergency first response to disaster recovery, contingency planning to communicating with the media and passengers, Aviation Crisis Management 2010 offers a unique meeting place for the worlds leading experts.
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