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Article from BTNews 10 JUNE 2019

British-Irish Airports EXPO

The fourth British-Irish Airports EXPO takes place at London Olympia next Tuesday/Wednesday 11/12 June with an early 09:00 start running until 17:00.  Heathrow Airport once again hosts the event.

Last year’s occasion was by some distance the largest-ever airport industry exhibition staged in Britain or Ireland – and 2019 will be even bigger.

EXPO provides a unique regional focus for airports, airlines and the supply chain (contractors, consultants and integrators) to get together and learn how terminals and airside operations can successfully deliver the on-going demand on capacity they face and create greater passenger experiences.

The 2018 EXPO featured over 150 exhibitors, five conferences, 60+ speakers, and a total attendance of 2,369 drawn from 100+ UK and Irish airports, and key airport industry stakeholders.

Part of the gathering, and co-organised with the Civil Aviation Authority the 2nd Accessible Airport Conference is subtitled: “Working with all air transport stakeholders to ensure everyone has fair access to air travel.”

2019 conference sessions will cover operations, ATC, security, PRM and accessibility, ground services, sustainability, design & planning, technology, procurement and airport connectivity. Day 2 will have a particular emphasis on exporting and the Regional and Business Airports (RABA) Group AGM will also be hosted at the show.

www.airports-expo.com/exhibitor-list

www.airports-expo.com/conference

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