CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND ALSO PRINT OUT AS IF YOU WERE IN AN ASPIRE LOUNGE

4 JUNE 2018

YOUR WORDS


Readers are invited to add their comments to any story. Click on the article to see and add.

BTN DISTRIBUTION

BTN also goes out by email every Sunday night at midnight (UK time). To view this edition click here.

Index

Email this Page
Bookmark

The Business Travel News
PO Box 758
Edgware HA8 4QF
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 8952 8383
info@btnews.co.uk
© 2021 Business Travel News Ltd.

Article from BTNews 4 JUNE 2018

Airports Expo set for take-off

More than 160 exhibitors and up to 3,000 visitors plus a line-up of key industry speakers including aviation minister Baroness Sugg are expected at this year’s British-Irish Airports Expo at London’s Olympia on 12-13 June.

Hosted by Heathrow Airport, this year’s event is shaping up to be the biggest to date and will also include the annual conference of the Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA).

Five specialist conferences are also on the agenda with speakers from the British and Irish airport community discussing a range of topics including connectivity, infrastructure development and accessibility.

Along with Baroness Sugg, they include Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye, Lord David Blunkett and easyJet group director of strategy and network Robert Carey.

Session topics will include Heathrow connectivity; Heathrow expansion, supply chain and best practice; the Civil Aviation Authority on PRM and airport accessibility; the British-Irish airports showcase, and the Metropolitan Police on airport counter-terrorism.

Holland-Kaye said: “As the UK’s gateway, Heathrow plays a key role in the country’s aviation industry and it’s great to have this opportunity to showcase the work being done both within our airport and across the sector.

Entry to the Expo and conference stages is free to airport trade visitors and airport stakeholders.

www.airports-expo.com

Index/Home page
 

OUR READERS' FINEST WORDS (All times and dates are GMT)

All comments are filtered to exclude any excesses but the Editor does not have to agree with what is being said. 100 words maximum


No one has commented yet, why don't you start the ball rolling?


Add your comment

First Name
Surname
Email Address
Company (Not obligatory)
Country/City
Comment
- You must be a registered subscriber using the email address entered to submit a comment, or you will be sent a confirmation email before your comment will appear.
- Your comment will be checked before appearing, which may take several working hours.
www.btnews.co.uk