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62nd Annual Symposium

  • 12 September 2022
  • (CEST)
  • 15 September 2022
  • (CEST)
  • Toulouse, France

Registration

  • You are a full AGIFORS Member and employed by an IATA recognized carrier (including passenger airlines, cargo carriers, regional and charter operations and fractional jet operations) or you are a full-time registered student, or faculty member at a recognized academic institution.
  • You are a full AGIFORS Member and employed by an IATA recognized carrier (including passenger airlines, cargo carriers, regional and charter operations and fractional jet operations) or you are a full-time registered student, or faculty member at a recognized academic institution.

    Late registration
  • You are employed by an IATA recognized carrier (including passenger airlines, cargo carriers, regional and charter operations and fractional jet operations) or you are a full-time registered student, or faculty member at a recognized academic institution, but not a full AGIFORS Member
  • You are employed by an IATA recognized carrier (including passenger airlines, cargo carriers, regional and charter operations and fractional jet operations) or you are a full-time registered student, or faculty member at a recognized academic institution, but not a full AGIFORS Member
  • You are a full AGIFORS Member and a full-time employee of an established aircraft manufacturer, information technology, professional services, consulting services or non-profit organization that supports the airline industry, a government body at any level (country, province/state, local) including agencies, administrations, departments, bureaus, etc. including air traffic control agencies, or airport authorities, international governmental organizations, such as UN or EU entities or you are interested in the airline industry and operations research including retirees and enthusiastic amateurs.
  • You are a full AGIFORS Member and a full-time employee of an established aircraft manufacturer, information technology, professional services, consulting services or non-profit organization that supports the airline industry, a government body at any level (country, province/state, local) including agencies, administrations, departments, bureaus, etc. including air traffic control agencies, or airport authorities, international governmental organizations, such as UN or EU entities or you are interested in the airline industry and operations research including retirees and enthusiastic amateurs.

    Late registration
  • Registration for guests participating in all networking events - no access to technical sessions
  • Single day passes are available by invitation only.

Register

AGIFORS' 62nd Annual Symposium will be hosted by Air France and Airbus in Toulouse, France, on September 12 –15, 2022.

We are delighted to welcome you to Toulouse, France in September for our first in-person event since the pandemic!  In addition to 3.5 days of technical presentations, we will be honoring three new Fellows and recognizing our student Anna Valicek finalists and Ken Wang scholars.  The conference will be held at the Espaces Vanel which has large conference rooms surrounded by wrap-around balconies for enjoying the outdoors and soaking in the views in between sessions.  There will be several networking events including a Welcome reception on Monday evening and a Gala banquet in the historic district of Toulouse on Wednesday.  Sponsor booths will be located in the break area and provide ample opportunities for interacting one-on-one with participants and showcasing products. 

With regard to the technical program, 2022 has been one of transition for the airline industry, with recovery rates differing across other parts of the world.  Never before have we parked about 50% of our aircraft for months, and then attempted to reactive so many aircraft and align crew resources so quickly.  This whiplash effect has created unprecedented challenges across multiple functional areas including revenue management, scheduling, crew management, operations, and maintenance. The AGIFORS Symposium provides a platform for airline experts and decision makers to come together and exchange ideas on how the industry is addressing these and other challenges. The Symposium will feature recent advancements in continuous pricing, disruption management, schedule recovery, crew recovery, workforce planning, and predictive maintenance.  Many of these features will feature advanced analytics methods, including machine learning and AI.  Experts come from airlines, air transport associations, universities, industrial research labs, consulting firms, and vendors. 

Some highlights for this year's Symposium:

  • Reduced registration of USD 650 for airline and academic members, USD 1100 for vendors. Rates apply for AGIFORS Members registering before 30th August 2022. Non-members and registrations after 3rd September will incur an additional USD 100 fee.  Cancellations after 9th September will incur a USD 150 fee. 
  • Presentations by the two Anna Valicek student paper competition finalists
  • Presentations by the Ken Wang Scholars
  • Technical presentations and sponsor presentations

Details can be found on the conference web page.


Call for papers

At this time, we are soliciting a call for presentations across a range of topics including: COVID-19 recovery models and approaches, airline operations, airline strategy, cargo & logistics, crew scheduling, e-commerce, flight planning, maintenance, merchandising and personalization, revenue management, robust planning, schedule and network planning, traffic uncertainty.

Key dates for those interested in presenting

·  Abstract deadline: August 12, 2022

·  Notification of acceptance: August 22, 2022

·  Presentation deadline: September 2, 2022


For details see HERE and submit your abstract HERE. If you have any questions please contact Lavanya Marla (technical program chair) at  technical_chair@agifors.org 



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