IATA to host one-day session at Passenger Terminal Conference 2015

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Left: Hemant Mistry, director, airports and fuel, IATA will give the welcoming address at the event

IATA, the official industry endorser for Passenger Terminal Expo and Conference, will once again be hosting a dedicated one-day session on March 11 that will see airlines and airport representatives discuss the challenges faced by the industry.

The event will look at how many of the IATA programs outlined at previous Passenger Terminal Conferences are being implemented and will include a welcome address from Hemant Mistry, director, airports and fuel, IATA, and a keynote speech from Rafael Schvartzman, regional vice president, Europe, IATA.

Topics up for discussion include the ‘new airport’ concepts being considered for the Mexico Airport project, the new Level of Service (LoS) concept and its practical application in terminals, capacity enhancement at Narita Airport, the benefits of e-invoicing, Smart Security projects, and an update on what IATA has done towards improving cyber security.

Passenger Terminal Expo and Conference 2015 will take place at Porte de Versailles in Paris, France on March 10-12. The free-to-attend Expo will showcase the latest innovations in passenger terminal design, management, security and technology, with more than 160 exhibitors and 3,500 visitors from 85 countries attending the event, including CEOs, senior airport and airline executives, architects and suppliers.

Passenger Terminal Conference will run alongside the exhibition, bringing together more than 300 speakers and 1,000 delegates to discuss the biggest trends and challenges facing the industry.

To see the full program and to register for your pass (rates apply), click here

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