We are very excited to finally have another face-to-face conference, after three years of meeting virtually due to the COVID pandemic. So, after our last in-person conference in Paris, in 2019, the AGIFORS Airline Operations 2023 Study Group Meeting will be scheduled for Tuesday, June 6 through Friday, June 9, 2023 in historic and beautiful Mexico City in conjunction with our host Aeroméxico.
In addition to a robust technical program, we will once again return to having a social program. Our 2023 social program for this conference will include an afternoon visit to the great pyramids of the Sun and the Moon at Teotihuacan, on the outskirts of Mexico City.
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 2023 in Mexico City!
The venue for this year's conference is the Sheraton Maria Isabel Reforma - a beautiful and luxurious hotel centrally located in the business heart of Mexico City.
Here you can see the view of the main avenue of Mexico City's commercial district - Reforma -from a window of the Sheraton.
We will also be providing free shuttle service to one of the world's finest museums - the Museo Antropologico - 13,000 years of human history in Mexico
Discounted hotel registration is available!
We have reserved a block of rooms at a rate of US$125 per night on a first-come, first served basis
The keynote speaker for the conference is Santiago Diago, COO of Aeromexico. He will be speaking the morning of Tuesday, June 6.
The delegate registration fee includes conference technical materials, all scheduled meals and social events outlined in the meeting agenda (delegate registration only). The registration fees are as follows:
Registration is now open!
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 Resiliency from Disruptive Events: Modernizing the Planning Process, Tools, and Technology for Fast Recovery"
This conference aims to promote the development of strategies and tools to help airlines recover quickly and efficiently from disruptive events and measure the effectiveness of decisions and tools, both operationally, environmentally, and financially.
We are still accepting abstracts for presentations - please contact email@example.comAdditional to the technical agenda
The tentative agenda is as follows:
Gold Level US$5,000
Silver Level US$3,500
Bronze Level US$2,000
If your company is interested in sponsorship opportunities, we are offering a variety of sponsorship packages for your consideration. With each package, your company with be recognized an official sponsor for the conference, and recognized at the start of each day’s proceedings. If you would like to sign up for one of the limited sponsorship opportunities, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.