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Article from BTNews 24 APRIL 2017

Airlines UK seminar

UK aviation policy between now and 2025 is the subject of the next Airlines UK policy seminar, taking place on Tuesday 4 July between 09:30 and 12:15 at the London HQ of Hill Dickinson in Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London EC2A 2EW.

The event will discuss how best capacity can be unlocked before a new runway is introduced at Heathrow and will touch upon issues including airspace redesign, surface access and boosting resilience.

The seminar supplements the last Airlines UK event in February on the UK’s Aviation Strategy.

In addition to considering future policy direction over the next eight years, the seminar is expected to include discussion on how the Department for Transport can best put in place a policy framework that supports expansion at UK airports and how far it goes in using the strategy to do this. 

CAA chief executive Andrew Haines and Voluntary Industry Resilience Working Group programme director Garry Copeland will also talk through what this industry-led group is doing to improve the way in which the UK’s aviation network is planned and operated to enhance its day to day operating resilience.

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