Event calendar


AIRPORT A&I | 2022

15th - 16th February 2022

Technology is transforming the aviation industry like never before, and Airports are at the heart of this transformation – leveraging automation and innovation to enhance the passenger experience and working lives of aviation colleagues, whilst improving operational efficiency.

The Airport A&I series has been carefully crafted to view, discuss and debate developing technologies and emerging trends in innovation, focussing on all aspects of airport operations landside and airside including baggage, passenger experience and safety and security, all of which will shape the future of the industry globally. 

Airport A&I shows how airports are embracing automation and driving innovation and transforming  operations in these unprecedented times, while improving passenger experience.

FDH&S (FOD Drones Habitat and Safety) 2022 SERIES

9th, 16th & 23rd March 2022

When it comes to identifying threats and hazards, FOD, drones, and wildlife all feature highly on the checklist. For every civil and military aerodrome, aircraft operator, and regulator, safety and security are of paramount concern.
As the risks and hazards emerge and evolve, the industry has to adapt & advance its responses and pre-empt future hazards. The experiences of other airports help us learn how to apply best practices in terms of procedures, technology, and efficiency in order to continually evaluate and contain the threats and hazards of the future.
The FDH&S series uses the most compelling case studies to explore the potential impact of these risks and how to stretch budgets by increasing efficiency

Winter Ops and Adverse Weather 2022

10th - 11th May 2022

INCLUDES: The UK & Irish Airports Winter Resilience Group meeting

As the world experiences more extreme weather events, both airports and airlines find it increasingly difficult to predict, resource and execute winter operations plans. The inconsistency in requirements makes it tough for service providers’ and contractors’ service level agreements to deliver at a sustainable cost for all. Ever-evolving procurement strategies make it even harder for manufacturers and suppliers to deliver leading innovations at competitive prices. Whether through the introduction of new processes or technology, the primary goal is always the same – aviation safety.

Attendance confirmed from:
Stansted Airport, Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, UKCAA, Met Office, Manchester Airport, London City Airport, Birmingham Airport, Dublin Airport, Bournemouth Airport, East Midlands Airport, Norwich Airport, Bristol Airport, Southampton Airport, Exeter Airport, DAA, Glasgow Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Newcastle Airport, Luton Airport, Belfast City Airport, Southend Airport, Liverpool Airport, Bristol Airport, West Midlands Airport, Schiphol Airport, DFW Airport, Denver Airport, Avinor, Copenhagen Airport, Guernsey & Alderney Airports, Oxford Airport, Stansted Airport, Doncaster Airport, CAA, Ottawa Airport, SACBO, Gdansk Airport, IGA Instabul Airport, Brussels Airport, Riga Airport, Polish Airports, Regina Airport…..and more