On November 08, 09 and 10, Juscelino Kubitschek Airport in Brasilia hosts the 25th Annual Conference of Latin American and Caribbean Airports (ACI-LAC), attended by representatives of more than 200 airports in the region, as well as government.
Among the attendees, will be presidents of the airports, Infraero and several directors and companies of the civil aviation market. The program provides lectures on infrastructure, planning, strategy and development.
The ICA is the most important airport representation association in the world. There are 591 members operating more than 1,800 airports in 177 countries. The organization acts directly with institutions in the development of rules and policies for International Civil Aviation, working for common interests of the sector, as well as conducting professional qualification courses for airport workers at both management and operational levels.
The Executive Director of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show, Paula Faria, is present at the event on the 9th and 10th, sharing experience and in contact with the partners that will be attending next year. The first Wings of Change held in Brazil, during the IBSA, will also put the airport sector on the agenda, offering a workshop completely focused theme.
On November 08, 09 and 10, Juscelino Kubitschek Airport in Brasilia hosts the 25th Annual Conference of Latin American and Caribbean Airports (ACI-LAC), attended by representatives of more than 200 airports in the region, as well as government. Among the attendees, will be presidents of the airports, Infraero and several directors and companies of the civil aviation market. The program provides lectures on infrastructure, planning, strategy and development. The ICA is the most important airport representation association in the world. There are
In recent years, the advancement in technology caused by the continued growth of air traffic has made the interdependence between aircraft, airport and air navigation operations transform their work in a collaborative way to enable demand to grow safely and efficiently. The importance of discussing the improvement of processes and innovations in the sector led to the creation of a specific workshop for the theme during the Wings of Change, which will be sponsored by SAAB Group, the world leader in
During IBAS – International Brazil Air Show there will be seminars dedicated to specific segments of the aviation sector, promoting the debates on current themes and the main challenges to be overcame by the sector. The simultaneous events seek to integrate several industry sectors, such as the business aviation, general aviation, aerospace industry, adding to the first Wings of Change placed in Brazil. See below quick summary if the seminars: AEROSPACE DAY: The seminar aims to show the airspace industry in Brazil and
The ABESATA - Brazilian Association of Auxiliary Services Companies Air Transport, an organization that seeks to collaborate with the growth of air transport in Brazil and encourage the development of ESATAs, will be present as an institutional supporter of IBSA. "I think that everything that relates to educational activity should take priority within the associative entities. IBSA will bring knowledge and visibility for air transport. Moreover, that alone are within the ABESATA goals "says the CEO of ABESATA, Ricardo Aparecido Miguel. The
For the aviation industry to grow in Brazil and Latin America, it needs to invest in the development of the supply chain. The ground handling sector plays a key role in the development in the industry is a key sector to ensure the efficiency of air transport. In the current context of the Brazilian and Latin American market, it is necessary to stimulate the debate to understand the possible paths to be followed for the sector to achieve sustainable development. During the
During IBAS – International Brazil Air Show, there will be several seminars seeking to encourage the debate on the development of certain segments of the air sector, among them there is Aerospace Day, carried in partnership with Parque Tecnológico São José dos Campos. The seminar seeks to show the aerospace industry potential in Brazil and the opportunities of the Brazilian market for this segment. Amid the themes brought on the panels are issues regarding the aerospace industry’s main market actors, the
LATAM Airlines is the result of a merge between two Latin American companies, with a path of pioneer spirit, innovation and challenges, which became the largest company of the sector in Latin America, and will be a Participant Airline in IBAS – International Brazil Air Show on the days dedicated to the trade public, March 29 to 31, 2017. TAM and LAN were key companies on the development of the sector, with almost 50 years apart on the start of operations;
On March 31, 2017will happen the second day of Wings of Change plenaries, aiming to debate the challenges for air integration and economic development in Latin America. The first panel will count on the presence of ANAC – National Civil Aviation Agency’s President Director, José Ricardo Botelho, who gave an exclusive interview about the participation on the event and the perspective for the industry on the next few years. See below the full interview: 1 – What is the importance of making an
During the first edition of Wings of Change in Brazil, other than the traditional plenaries of the conference, each day will have 5 workshops with specific themes of the air sector, aiming to discuss the development of the important segments in the industry. Among the approached themes on the workshop, on March 31st, 2017 will happen the Operations & Passengers Workshops. The first panel seeks to compare the management of airports conceded to the private initiative to public airports, together with
Wings of Change Brazil first edition will have SITA, leader in information technologies, specialized in services directed to the aviation industry, as Host Sponsor. The company will sponsor the event plenary, which will bring discussions on the challenges for air integration and economic development in Latin America. “Wings of Change aims to gather air transport industry leaders to debate the opportunities and challenges for the sector. It is a forum in which SITA is really proud to participate and sponsor since