Airport A&I 2020 re-scheduled to 3rd – 4th September

New Airport A&I 2020 dates confirmed

Like many, we have been monitoring the progress of the Coronavirus (Covid 19) closely over the last few months. Aside from the effect the virus is having on the industry (Fallout of Coronavirus on global aviation industry), the numbers of confirmed cases continues to rise (BBC visual guide to Covid-19 outbreak) and travel restrictions are becoming more severe.

After serious discussion with Airport A&I 2020 hosts, Heathrow Airport, we  ca now confirm that the conference will take place on September 3rd and 4th 2020.

We are incredibly grateful for the universal support and patience we’ve received from all our sponsors, exhibitors and speakers and, of course, apologise for the inconvenience.

We look forward to seeing everyone at Airport A&I 2020 on September 3rd– 4th at the Marriott Heathrow London Hotel.

For further information or to discuss any of the above, do not hesitate to contact us:

Daren Quinn
Director
daren.quinn@ae.yourdevweb.site

Andrew Organ
Director
Andrew.organ@ae.yourdevweb.site

Tel: +44 (0) 1892 32274
Online: Contact Aviation Events Group

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