The next Passenger Terminal EXPO & CONFERENCE will be staged 13, 14, 15 April, 2021, at the RAI Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The 2020 event was originally planned to open at the end of March 2020 in Paris, but was subsequently rescheduled to early June at the same venue. However, global circumstances have required the full postponement of this global industry event into 2021, when it will run in accordance with its long-term plan in Amsterdam, on the dates of April 13, 14, 15, 2021.
Tony Robinson, show founder and CEO of UKi Media & Events, which organizes the expo, told Passenger Terminal Today: “Following extensive consultations with many of our exhibitors and visitor communities, and taking into account the extraordinary circumstances that the world finds itself in, we have reluctantly taken the decision to delay the next Passenger Terminal EXPO to April 2021 when it will run in Amsterdam.”
He continued: “In the meantime, we send our best wishes to you all around the world in these difficult times for societies, businesses and families. I would also like to thank all of our pre-registered visitors, exhibitors, speakers and delegates who have been fantastically supportive.
“The new dates for your planning and diaries are April 13/14/15, 2021, at the Amsterdam RAI. We look forward to seeing you there and contributing to the process of developing the world’s next generation of airports.”
The free-to-attend Passenger Terminal EXPO is the world’s largest annual airport exhibition, providing a unique opportunity for visitors to see and experience the very latest products, services and technologies, with 350+ exhibitors showcasing the very latest innovations and solutions to enhance efficiency, safety and the passenger experience for airports across the globe.
The integral, pay-to-attend Passenger Terminal CONFERENCE regularly attracts around 2,000 senior airport, airline, aviation authority, government and related business executives from all over the world, offering an exclusive range of insights into the future development of the world’s airports.