Heathrow is proud and excited to be hosting the 3rd British-Irish Airports EXPO at Olympia London in June 2018. Aviation links are essential for the economic success of any country, particularly for island nations like the UK and Ireland. We will only have a thriving and successful economy if exporters can get overseas to set up deals, if they can get their goods to export markets efficiently, and if inward investors, tourists and students, can get here easily. This EXPO gives us an opportunity to demonstrate why aviation is so important to providing jobs and growth, and why it is critical for both the UK and EU to prioritise aviation during Brexit negotiations.
We look forward to welcoming the British-Irish airports community to London, and to working together to create the vital connectivity Global Britain needs to reach its world markets, and to show the world that Britain is open for business.
John Holland-Kaye, CEO, HeathrowView John Holland-Kaye's full letter
A convenient, free-to-access opportunity to research your airport’s future investments and connect with the leading vendors and service providers supporting British and Irish Airports.
The British-Irish Airports EXPO features a large amphitheatre-style conference stage within the exhibition, where British-Irish airport CEOs and other CAPEX, Operations Directors, and senior departmental specialists present their development and CAPEX plans.
2018 conference programmes to be announced.
Lord Paul Deighton:
Chairman of the Board
Ex-footballer, Sky Sports Pundit and Ninja Warrior Presenter
Chief Executive Officer,
Regional & City Airports
Ireland West Airport Knock
Cornwall Airport Newquay
Highlands & Islands Airports Limited
Head of Airside,
Chief Development Officer,
The Regional and Business Airports Group, (RABA)
The One-to-One Meeting System enables visitors to schedule meetings with the most relevant, valuable contacts in attendance.
“Unsung Airport Heroes” to be selected by poll of British-Irish airports community and recognised at the Networking Party.