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2019 Airline Operations Study Group

  • 03 June 2019
  • (CEST)
  • 07 June 2019
  • (CEST)
  • Paris, France
  • 12


  • Eligibility - Airline representatives and for students and faculty members of recognized academic institutions
  • Eligibility - Restricted to only employees of the host airline
  • 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

Registration is closed
  • Conference theme: Leveraging Emerging Technologies to Enhance Productivity
    • 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
    • Eighteen (18) technical presentations from leading experts in the airline industry
    • Representatives from 30 airlines: Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot Russian Airlines, AirBlue, Air Canada, Air France KLM, Air Transat, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Delta Airlines, Emirates, Finnair, Hawaiian Airlines, Indigo, JetBlue, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, LATAM, Lufthansa Airlines, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Siberia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Transavia, Turkish Airways, United Airlines, Vueling, Xiamen Airlines
    • Vendors exhibitions in the field of airline operations control, airport planning systems, crew management, and maintenance planning; from 20 vendors: AIMS International, Amadeus, Boeing/Jeppesen, Cirium, FlightAware, GE Aviation Digital, IBM, Industrial Optimizers, INFORM GmbH, Lufthansa Systems, M2P Consulting, OpenAirlines, Optym, ORTEC Consulting, PASSUR Aerospace, Sabre Airline Solutions, SITAOnAir, SlickOR, zeroG GmbH
    • A special AGIFORS MRO breakout session this year, with 5 technical presentations
    • Conference Registration: The delegate registration fee includes conference technical materials*, all scheduled meals and social events outlined in the meeting agenda (*delegate registration only).  The registration fee is US$575 per (airline, or academic) delegate, US$1,035 per industry delegate, and US$1,495 per vendor delegate.  Click here for delegate registration
    • Hotel Reservations: Discounted hotel reservations are no longer available
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