Leaders’ Series 2018: Building a strong platform for future success

Posted: 26 February 2018 | | No comments yet

Karen Dee, Chief Executive of the UK’s Airport Operators Association (AOA), takes a look at what 2018 will bring for the industry and it is clear that much of what is expected to keep airports and the AOA busy is already well underway.

Aviation Strategy

LEADER'S SERIES: AOA Chief Executive Karen Dee

Two big items will be the UK Government’s planned Aviation Strategy and Brexit. Work kicked off on the Aviation Strategy in 2017 with a general Call for Evidence, but 2018 will be the year that we will really get into the detail of what the strategy should include and that makes it a great opportunity.

The Government recognises the vital role played by aviation as an enabler for the wider UK economy. It is welcome that this positive view is their starting point for the new strategy. This will enable us to put the needs and demands of passengers as well as the wider economy at its heart.

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