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Article from BTNews 6 DECEMBER 2010

"A New Direction for Aviation Policy"

The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP, Minister of State for Transport, is the keynote speaker at “A New Direction for Aviation Policy – Improving the Customer Experience by Maximising Operational Efficiency” a major gathering organised in London by The Waterside Conference Company on Tuesday, 14 December 2010.  It will be the first occasion that she has spoken specifically on aviation since taking office.  Assuming a question time her session should prove most interesting and probably controversial.

Ms Villiers heads a distinguished line-up which includes Baroness Jo Valentine, Chief Executive, London First; Sian Foster, General Manager, Government and External Relations, Virgin Atlantic Airways; Nigel Milton, Director of Policy and Political Relations, BAA; Eddie Redfern, Head of Regulatory Affairs (Aviation), TUI Travel Plc; Simon Buck, Chief Executive, BATA; John Morris, Head of Corporate Affairs, Birmingham Airport; Anna Mahoney, Director, Strategic Aviation Special Interest Group (SASIG).

Chairing the gathering is Laurie Price, Director Aviation Strategy, Mott MacDonald. www.thewaterfront.co.uk/aviation

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