The American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and the International Association of Airport Executives (IAAE) are pleased to present the 25th Annual North America/Central Europe Airport Issues Conference, to be held virtually October 26, 2021.
This year's hour-and-a-half virtual conference will feature an update from the U.S. FAA's Office of Airport Safety and Standards and Office of International Affairs on the agency's initiatives both in the U.S. and in the Central/Eastern Europe region. Participants also will benefit from a wide-ranging roundtable discussion with a group of senior airport officials from the U.S. and Central/Eastern Europe region. These experts will address lessons learned from COVID; dealing with future health crises; international travel recovery; domestic and international airline challenges; airport business and customer experience models and realities in the post-COVID world; major airport environmental challenges; and future workforce challenges, among other topics.
As in past years, key aviation officials from throughout the region will participate in the conference, including representatives from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia and the Slovak Republic. In addition, U.S. Commercial Service officers from U.S. embassies throughout the region will participate.
Join your airport, airline and government colleagues virtually, and come away with solid, practical information and new contacts that can help you work more efficiently now and in the future.
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