The 2018 Crew Management meeting is behind us again. Through this mail I want to thank you so much for attending this year, and for your contribution in making the best one ever.
This year we had a good balance between airlines and vendors, and we had the very first version of a Think Tank session in which the delegates discussed 5 topics in details and the presented the outcome of that back to the rest of the audience. The results of that will soon be published on our website.
For now please download the zip files here
Hope to see you all again next year.
Cancellation is possible up to two weeks prior to the event (we prefer not to of course), with a fee of USD 100 to cover the expenses made. After that a refund is not possible anymore.
The conference will be held at the LaLiT hotel in the centre of Delhi.
The LaLiT New Delhi is located in central Delhi in close proximity to key commercial and business locations. The hotel operates 461 rooms and suites and offers over 39,000 square feet of conference and banqueting space. It also includes an art gallery and a variety of shops.
The LaLiT New Delhi operates three restaurants, namely, Baluchi, The Grill Room and 24/7, which offer various cuisines. The hotel also operates a bar, a pastry shop, a coffee shop. The LaLiT New Delhi also operates a night club, Kitty Su.
Update: Unfortunately the hotel is currently booked to its capacity.
Other available hotels in the direct area of the hotel (Connaught Place) that still have vanancies are:
Sunday, March 11th
Monday, March 12th
Tuesday, March 13th
Wednesday, March 14th
Meet us at 19:00 in the Alfresco Area of the LaLiT Hotel where IndiGo has graciously sponsored the Welcoming reception
We will have dinner in the Public Affair in Khan Market.
Public Affair is a quirky and chic cocktail bar which offers eclectic international cuisine. Inspired by speakeasy's that were popular in the prohibition era, this space is sure to surprise visitors with its fun filled interiors and eccentric art works once you enter through the little black door that leads to the narrow staircase one takes to enter this vibrant spot, the vibe here is sure mesmerize.
First we will go on a little tour seeing some of the highlights of Delhi, after which dinner will be served in San Gimignnamo of the Imperial restaurant.
The Imperial’s Tuscan Italian restaurant- San Gimignano takes inspiration from the lovely city of the same name in Tuscany, Italy where vineyards and olive groves flourish. San Gimignano awarded by Times Food and Nightlife Awards 2014 as the Best Italian restaurant in the city offers a delectable fare blending the delicate flavors of ingredients that are both procured locally and imported from Italy. In an endeavour to present only the best, San Gimignano sources the finest of balsamic vinegar, cheeses, pasta, risotto and olive oils. The restaurant boasts a premium selection of Italian wines and grappa that are a perfect match to the thoughtfully created menu.
Business Events - Business Casual
Welcome Reception - Business Casual
Social Events - Evening Casual
WeatherThe average temperature in Delhi in March is quite nice with 22°C (72 °F). With on average one rainy day per month in month and over 12 hours of sunshine, it should be rather pleasant to be here at this time of year (which is why we opted for this early date)
For questions or more information, please contact:
Chair, AGIFORS Crew Management Study Group
Tel: +974 40 102929
Mob: +974 66091969
All foreign nationals entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of a national passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian Mission or Post abroad.
For people from 162 countries there is a convenient electronic visa service available. This is by far the easiest way of obtaining a visa. It takes 72 hour to process. One can apply for an eBusiness visa here: eVisa Application
For more information about the eVisa please visit: Online Portal For Visa Applications to India.
Alternatively one can apply for a business visa, where one states to have a meeting in India. This is a more lengthy process and requires you to visit the local embassy. For this visa you can also apply online, yet you will be required to visit the local Indian Embassy.
The policy of AGIFORS for all their meetings are to have the registration fee for Airline staff and Academics as low as possible. The philosophy behind this is that academics are likely to enter new lines of thought into our field, and having a strong presence by airlines brings great value to both the vendors and the airlines.
Gold (USD 4000)
Bronze (USD 1000)
Call For Presentations
A meeting like this is nothing without content. And the content should come from you. For that reason I would hereby request if you would consider submitting a technical presentation for the conference also. So, come and share with us your ideas, thoughts, practical innovations, current trends, case studies, philosophies, and latest advances on the topics which are relevant to you.
Requirements of Presenting
Presentation entry deadline: February 10th 2018
A symbol of the country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. It is a place that not only touches your pulse but even fastens it to a frenetic speed. Home to millions of dreams, the city takes on unprecedented responsibilities of realizing dreams bringing people closer and inspiring their thoughts.
Just a century ago, the British moved the seat of their empire from Kolkata to Delhi. And it has been the Capital of India ever since. Now a thriving, cosmopolitan metro, the city has much to celebrate as it has already reached the milestone of completing 100 years as a Capital. With a history that goes back many centuries, Delhi showcases an ancient culture and a rapidly modernising country. Dotted with monuments there is much to discover here. The seat of many powerful empires in the past, its long history can be traced in its many carefully-preserved monuments, ancient forts and tombs.
All this is combined with the best features of a modern city such as a metro system, bustling markets and fabulous eating places. The past and the present meld seamlessly together, making centuries-old monuments a part of the city’s daily life. Delhi is very much a history’s child. The story of the city is as old as the epic Mahabharata, when the town was known as Indraprastha, where Pandavas used to live. Over the centuries, eight more cities came alive adjacent to Indraprastha: Lal Kot, Siri, Dinpanah, Quila Rai Pithora, Ferozabad, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad and Shahjahanabad. Many empires rose to the heights of their power and were destroyed here. Among the prominent dynasties which made Delhi their capital were the Tughlaqs, the Khiljis and the Mughals.
(source: Delhi Tourism)