The 3rd British-Irish Airports EXPO, hosted by Heathrow Airport at Olympia London on 12-13 June, was the biggest-ever UK airports trade show, attracting 153 exhibitors.
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Frank Gardner writes supporting “The Civil Aviation Authority’s PRM and Airport Accessibility Conference” FREE-to-attend at the British-Irish Airports EXPO
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Richard Moriarty, Chief Executive designate, Civil Aviation Authority, will deliver the conference keynote speech and formally launch CAP 1629, the Civil Aviation Authority report on hidden disabilities and airports.
In one of the first announced appearances since her appointment as Aviation Minister in October, Baroness Sugg has accepted an invitation to officially open the 3rd British-Irish Airports EXPO and the Annual Conference of RABA (the Regional And Business Airports Group Annual Conference and AGM is hosted by the British-Irish Airports EXPO). Baroness Sugg, who »
November 8 2017; Hilton Terminal 5. The British-Irish Airports EXPO joined over 200 SMEs and 60 supply chain partners at the Heathrow Annual Business Summit. In a packed news day for suppliers, Heathrow also unveiled the “longlist” of 65 Logistic Hub locations – the eventual four chosen locations will become the off-site centres for construction, »
The 3rd British-Irish Airports EXPO is exhibiting at two key London-area airport buyer events in November: The “London Stansted Meet the Buyers” event on 1 November, and the “Heathrow Business Summit” on 8 November – the largest, and last, in Heathrow’s series of seven summits held all over the UK in 2017. Stansted: Meet over »
21 September; Park Lane Hotel, London: British Aviation Group Annual Dinner Co-sponsored by the British-Irish Airports EXPO, Gardiner & Theobald and Kier Addressing over 360 guests and representatives of British companies involved in airport development at the annual BAG dinner, the Heathrow CEO, John Holland-Kaye, asserted: “The £16 billion Heathrow Expansion will serve as an »
An interview with Lord Deighton, Chairman of Heathrow Airport. As Heathrow Airport looks to “decentralise its supply chain across the UK” Lord Deighton explains how 10,000 apprenticeships will be created and how systematic measures are being taken to allow all kinds of British enterprises to participate in the £16 billion Heathrow Expansion. Lord Deighton doesn’t »
Lord Deighton, who joined Heathrow Airport Ltd in 2016 after leaving his ministerial position at the Treasury where he was responsible for national infrastructure planning, will present the UK-wide procurement and jobs benefits stemming from the £16 billion Heathrow expansion at the official opening of the British-Irish Airports EXPO.