Asbru Enterprise Park in Iceland is set to host the upcoming aviation conference, Airports and Airlines Winter Operations. The conference, organised by Keilir Aviation Academy in cooperation with Air Transport News, AEA, ACI, SITA, Icelandair and Kadeco, will take place on Monday 10th October 2011 in the Andrews Theater at Asbru.
The aviation conference is set to explore how technology, rules, regulations, airports equipment and personal training must be improved before the next winter snowfalls and storms in Europe. Read more
The Atlantic Conference on Eyjafjallajokull and Aviation, organised by the Keilir Aviation Academy, will be held in the Andrews theatre, an ex-U.S. army theatre at Asbru Enterprise Park in Iceland.
The conference, which takes place between 12-15 September, is set to be the most important aviation conference in 2010, addressing issues raised by the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption and its effects on aviation. The Guest of Honour will be Capt. Eric Moody, the captain who glided the famous British Airways Flight 9 B747 out of volcanic ash to safety on 24 June 1982, and Patron of the Conference will be Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, the President of Iceland. Read more
The President of Iceland, Mr Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, has invited aviation leaders, airlines and policy-makers from around the world to discuss the aviation actions taken during the Eyjafjalljokull volcano, and how they can be improved. The event will take place in the recently established Keilir Aviation Academy at Keflavik International Airport.
The ‘Atlantic Conference on Eyjafjallajokull and Aviation’ will be held between September 15-16, 2010 at the Keilir Aviation Academy, located at Iceland’s international airport. The conference is set to discuss the actions taken to combat the flight delays caused by the Eyjafjallajokull volcanic eruption, and how technology, rules, regulations and aviation training must be improved.