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Article from BTNews 9 NOVEMBER 2015

AOA 2015 Wingate v Holland-Kaye

The Airport Operators Association (AOA), the industry trade body, has updated the speakers’ list for its two-day UK Aviation Conference 23/24 November, organised in conjunction with BATA, BAR UK and the Royal Aeronautical Society.  The Chief Executives of Heathrow, John Holland-Kaye, and Gatwick, Stewart Wingate will both speak on different days at the London Hilton Metropole.

It is Monday for Wingate and Tuesday Holland-Kaye.

They join a speaker line-up that now includes (in appearance order):

Willie Walsh   CEO, IAG
Paul Drechsler CBE President CBI
Robert Goodwill MP       Aviation Minister
Debra Barbra               MD Cardiff Airport
Tim Hawkins                 Corporate Affairs Director, MAG
Paul Kahn                     President, Airbus Group UK
Martin Rolfe                 Chief Executive, NATS
Andrew Swaffield          CEO, Monarch Airlines
Keith Conradi                Chief Inspector, AAIB
Sir Michael Arthur        President, Boeing UK & Ireland
Carol Benzie Managing Director, Aberdeen Airport
Ufi Ibrahim CEO, British Hospitality Association
Sophie Dekkers            UK Director, easyjet
Deirdre Wells OBE        CEO, Ukinbound
Keith Brown MSP           Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment & Cities, Scottish Government 
Ian Davis                  Chairman, Rolls-Royce

The conference will be moderated by ITN news anchor Natasha Kaplinsky, and the awards ceremony on the evening of the 23 November is hosted by The Independent journalist Simon Calder.

Tickets at   www.aoa.org.uk/uk-aviation-conference-2015

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