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2017 Airline Operations Study Group

  • 22 May 2017
  • (CEST)
  • 25 May 2017
  • (CEST)
  • Athens, Greece


  • Eligibility - Airline representatives and for students and faculty members of recognized academic institutions
  • Eligibility - Restricted to only employees of Aegean Airlines
  • Eligibility: Full-time employee of an established aircraft manufacturer, air traffic control agency, airport authority, government agency, or non-profit organization that supports the airline industry. Employees must not work for a subsidiary, affiliate, associate, division or other entity that markets products or services to the airline industry
  • Eligibility - Anyone employed by a company (or subsidiary, affiliate or division) that actively markets and sells information technology (IT) products or professional services (including any form of consulting, strategy, integration, implementation, or support) to the airline industry

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Join us for AGIFORS Airline Operations 2017 which has been scheduled for May 22-25, 2017 in Athens, Greece in conjunction with our hosts Aegean Airlines.

Major topics to be discussed and reviewed relate to aircraft maintenance, airport systems, aviation security, operations control, dependability, robust scheduling, tactical planning, ground resource management, and air traffic management.

Come and share with us your ideas, thoughts, current trends, philosophies, and latest technological advances on any of the above topics. We look forward to seeing you in May in Athens!

Conference Overview

  • A forum for airline senior managers, airline personnel, vendors, and members of academia to review the most pressing issues facing airline operations today, offer potential solutions, and provide opportunity for high level networking
  • Airline updates on what’s the latest happenings and plans in the near term for new business processes, systems replacements and/or upgrades
  • Technical presentations from leading experts in the airline industry
  • Vendors exhibitions in the field of airline operations control, airport planning systems, crew management, and maintenance planning

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