The British Aviation Group, the leading representative body for British companies involved in aviation and airport development and operations, has confirmed their involvement in Built Environment Networking’s upcoming event focused on the sector.
The Airports Development and Future of Aviation Conference, taking place in‐person at the Concorde Conference Centre in Manchester, will bring the industry together to uncover new insights and future development plans from those at the forefront of future airports – whilst also covering the impact of and fightback from the pandemic and new emerging opportunities.
The British Aviation Group’s Chair, Jason Fowler, is one of the event’s first confirmed speakers, joining influential names from London City Airport, Blackpool Airport, Gatwick Airport, Birmingham Airport and more. Jason will utilise the platform at the event to promote the world class expertise within their member group – who at the forefront of meeting the challenges of global airports both large and small.
Jason Fowler, Chair of the British Aviation Group, said: “British Aviation Group and our members work closely with UK Airport clients to ensure that our world leading supply chain skills and expertise are channelled to generate development value. Collaboration is key to drive the innovation that will provide future solutions in response to environmental and social challenges. We are delighted to contribute to the conference and explore our collective plans for recovery of aviation.”
Amanda Griffiths, Co‐Founder of Built Environment Networking, added: “The British Aviation Group are well‐known for the work they do promoting the exceptional businesses we have here, in the UK, to a global audience. They are the first port of call for global airports and clients who need to be connected to a full spectrum of British aviation expertise, a sector where we as a country are a world‐leader. We’re delighted to have their involvement and support for the event.”
The event will take place in person at the Concorde Conference Centre in Manchester on the 13th January. There will also be a hybrid element – enabling those unable to attend the event in person to join virtually, to both watch the discussions and debate on stage, but also interact with speakers and network with both physical and virtual attendees.
Details of the event and Discount for BAG Members can be found here!