Airport Show to launch webinar series from 7 July

The latest challenges in Ground Handling, ATC, Passenger Experience and Airport Security debated

  
Airport Show to launch webinar series from 7 July

Dubai: The world’s largest annual airport industry B2B platform is launching a series of webinars starting on 7 July to facilitate essential discussion within airport industry professionals to debate the challenging times triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

The new Airport Show Insights webinars comes following the successful launch of the Airport Show Podcast series. The webinars will facilitate live panel discussions on trending topics and the latest developments in the global airport industry. This will be another platform for the airport professionals to share their expertise, best practices and case studies along with highlighting the latest innovations and solutions in Ground Handling, Air Traffic Control, Passenger Experience and Airport Security, among others.

The webinars are free to attend and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certified. 

The inaugural webinar on 7 July will be on the topic of Preparing Ground Support Equipment for Post-Covid-19 Operations. Panellists include Hervé Gueusquin, Owner and Founder of Air Business Consultants, Benjamin Violet, Area Sales Manager for the Middle East at ITW GSE, Lamis Al Kaati, Area Sales Manager GSE Middle East, JBT Aerotech and Vijaii Nair, Senior Manager, TrackIT. The one-hour online event will start at 3pm UAE time.

The second topic in the webinar series will be Air Traffic Control (ATC) Challenges and Opportunities to Support a Rapid Recovery of the Aviation Industry beginning on 29 July at 2pm UAE time. The ATC focussed webinar series will continue with sessions on 11 August and 22 September, which will include a sneak preview of a live feed from an actual digital tower in Europe.

On 19 August, the third topic Ensuring Passenger Satisfaction in the new Airport Environment will debate ways to revive passenger confidence in air travel and the latest solutions in enhancing their journey.

The fourth topic will look at Airport Security under the title of How Covid-19 will be the Greatest Airport Security Disruptor of all times taking place on 8 September.  

The 20th edition of Airport Show will take place over three days on 26-28 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The event is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group. Supporters include Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), Dubai Airports, Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) and dnata, among others.

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