AGIFORS Airline Operations 2012
AGIFORS Airline Operations 2012 has been scheduled for 22-24 August 2012 in the vibrant and bustling city of Atlanta, GA. The conference is being hosted and organized in conjunction with Georgia Tech's Air Transportation Laboratory within the city limits.
Major topics to be discussed and reviewed relate to airport systems, aviation security, operations control, dependability, tactical planning, aircraft maintenance, ground resource managment, and air traffic management. Come and share with us your ideas, thoughts, current trends, philosophies, and latest technological advances on any of the above topics. We look forward to seeing you on 22nd August in Hotlanta!
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Who Should Attend this Conference
A forum for airline senior managers, airline personnel, vendors, and members of academia to review the most pressing issues facing airline operations today, offer potential solutions, and provide opportunity for high level networking.
- Airport Station Managers
- Airline Operations Control Center Managers
- Maintenance Planners
- Key IT System Users
- Duty Managers
- Business Solution Managers
- Project Managers, Directors, Team Leaders
- Operations research practitioners and managers
- Vendors in the field of airport systems, airline operations, crew management, maintenance planning, and air traffic control
The AGIFORS Airline Operations 2012 conference technical program is currently being finalized, for more information, please contact email@example.com.
The Airline Group of the International Federation of Operation Research Societies (AGIFORS) is a society with the avowed purpose of forwarding the practice of Operational Research in airlines. The membership consists of Operational Research workers who are also employed by recognized civil arilines. There are, in addition, corrspondents who are people keenly interested in the application of Operational Research to aviation problems.