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Airports Development & Future of Aviation Conference to be held at Concorde Conference Centre

On 4 May 2022, Built Environment Networking will be hosting their annual Airports Development & Future of Aviation Conference at the Concorde Conference Centre in Manchester.

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Each year, the Airports Development & Future of Aviation Conference canvases the latest developments within this sector, including airport city creation and expansion in multiple major locations across the UK.

Along with the intel the top-level speakers will be offering, there will be additional value in the networking opportunities available to you on the day. Business relationships forged at events like this have the power to create life-long, high-value contacts which help companies grow to their full potential. And with the current value of this industry now driving past the £6 billion mark, there’s never been a more exciting time to get involved and create new contacts within the aviation arena.

The first session will explore the role that airports/aviation plays in the economy, helping you gain fresh insights into their significance (particularly in our post-COVID recovery). Following this, the next two sessions will focus on innovation within the aviation industry, taking into account our journey to net zero and expansion plans for airports all across the UK. Lastly, the VIP speakers will delve into how new airport cities and other momentous aviation schemes will actually be delivered – by local authorities as well as private investors and contractors.

In addition to the knowledge and connections you can gain from attending this event, there’s also several other advantageous opportunities this event could offer you in terms of brand exposure among the highest-level speakers within the sector. For more information on this, just email the Built Environment Networking team.

This event isn’t one to pass up on, so make sure you don’t miss out and sign up today!

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