April 28th - May 19th

Event Overview

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. As regulators continue to work broadly with the industry to ensure the safest standard and processes are maintained for all, air traffic service providers are working with airlines and airports to optimise the network schedule and build a broader, more accurate picture to help effective planning.

Unlike traditional conferences that take place over one or two days, the Winter Ops Series is split into four distinct, concise, virtual sections so airports need only attend relevant sessions.

Each ‘invitation only’ session is chaired by a respected industry figure and attended by a combination of airports, regulators and suppliers. Section sponsors are able to present case studies and / or take part in panel discussions.

Sessions last between 90 and 120 minutes, the optimum time to ensure maximum focus from speakers and delegates.


Weds April 28th
2.15pm GMT

GRF and runway surface condition management New ICAO global reporting format
ASFT case study
Round table Q&Q

Sponsored By
Weds May 05th
2.15pm GMT

Aircraft De-icing - Best Practices
Mike Chaput: How to deliver training and assurance in the context of COVID. American Airlines - ORD Pad case study
Achieving sustainability in aircraft de-icing - electric vehicles & RRR.
Operational case study

Weds May 12th
2.15pm GMT

Innovation and the Human Factor
Piloting and de-icing pad technology to support safety and efficiency
Automation in snow clearing vehicles
Automated runway safety detection

Sponsored By
Weds May 19th
2.15pm GMT

Snow and Ice Removal
Maintaining training competence and managing early snow with Covid-19
Case study

Airport / Airline / Regulator

Tickets for airports, airlines and regulators.

Can attend as many sessions as desired

NB. Please use your work email

Cost: FOC


Each ticket admits up to three delegates

Can attend as many sessions as desired

Limited availability (first come first served)

Cost £590 GBP

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