Since 2012, the European Aviation Conference (EAC) has offered a unique meeting place for industry stakeholders, researchers and government officials from across Europe and around the world to discuss timely, policy-relevant issues in aviation with the goal of the seeking insights from best practices and practical solutions to challenges facing the aviation industry. The conference takes place in a different European city each year. Recent meetings have taken place in Berlin, St. Gallen, Amsterdam, Cranfield, Dublin and Athens. The 2019 European Aviation Conference was held on 7th/8th November in Vienna. In 2020, the conference was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021, the organizers have decided to organize the conference as online event again. In 2022, the conference will return to a face-to-face format at the University of Applied Sciences Heilbronn, Germany.
Each conference addresses a different aviation theme, such as the aviation value chain, airport infrastructure capacity, aviation liberalisation, business models and airport ownership/control. This year’s topic is ‘Getting real about climate change and aviation: Economics & Policy for this decade’.
The EAC is organized by an international committee comprised of researchers, industry managers, government policy-makers and regulatory officials under the chairmanship of Professor Hans-Martin Niemeier (Bremen University of Applied Sciences, Germany) and Dr. Mike Tretheway InterVISTAS, Vancouver, Canada. For complete details of the European Aviation Conference, including registration and program information, please visit our website at: www.eac-conference.com.