The Aviation Management Conference will be held on the 11th of January 2023 at Scarabee Experience Center in Hoofddorp, Netherlands. This edition will mark the 18th time the Aviation Management Conference has been held in order to provide young professionals all across the globe the best insights in the world of aviation.

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This Year’s Edition

On January 11 experts in the aviation industry from all across the world will reunite in the Netherlands to discuss the most interesting and relevant topics in aviation. The event will be held at the Scarabee Experience Center in the city of Hoofddorp, 30 minutes away from Amsterdam. Tickets are priced at €20 and can be bought here.

The event will last around 7 hours, as the planners have prepared a large amount of speeches and workshops providing very valuable insights. The main discussion points of the event will be about digitalisation, sustainability and growth accommodation.  All of these subjects will be widely debated at the event.

According to the schedule, there will be presentations regarding highly-relevant topics such as the benefits of blockchain in aviation, biofuels, waste management or sustainable hangars and airlines. This year’s conference will mostly be focused on providing a detailed plan for a hybrid system in aviation until 2035, which means combining the traditional elements of aviation with the developing technology from the present and future.

In the past, the Aviation Management Conference has seen plenty of topics being debated. One of the most relevant ones was the way the COVID pandemic affected the aviation industry. Such a subject was talked about at the 16th edition, which was also held online at the time being. The event has a rich and interesting history, as it is usually held by students of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.

Would you consider attending the 18th Aviation Management Conference? Let us know in the comments down below!

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