This conference focuses on the next steps for aviation policy and the development of UK airports.
It will be an opportunity to discuss key issues for the sector with the new government focusing on infrastructure, connectivity and international trade.
Following the Aviation 2050 consultation, delegates will look ahead to priorities for the Aviation Strategy White Paper, as it is prepared for expected publication later this year, including:
- The focus on consumer care, and new standards for services to aviation passengers with higher quality and that are more environmentally friendly;
- Developing a connected and outward looking British aviation sector - expanding connectivity between national, regional and international airports, enhancing trade opportunities and competition, and exporting UK innovation in aerospace technology; and
- Designing regulation that keeps pace with new technology and addresses safety risks while improving transport system operations, and with the Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill that was included in the Queen’s Speech.
We also expect discussion around the future role of government in protecting UK airlines, the industry and passengers - as well as supporting the sector to compete nationally and globally. It follows the government rescue package for Flybe.
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