Especially for you* – ‘Melbourne Slots’ – created today for the IATA 127th Schedules Conference

TOP: Gothenburg Landvetter's Brett Weihart accepts the handover of the 128th IATA Schedules Conference 23-25 June 2011 from Chris Woodruff, Managing Director & CEO Melbourne Airport. BOTTOM: Nigel Fanning, Airline Commercial Manager, Sydney Airport, meets with anna.aero's Ralph Anker in the exhibition.

TOP: Gothenburg Landvetter’s Brett Weihart accepts the handover of the 128th IATA Schedules Conference 23-25 June 2011 from Chris Woodruff, Managing Director & CEO Melbourne Airport. BOTTOM: Nigel Fanning, Airline Commercial Manager, Sydney Airport, meets with anna.aero’s Ralph Anker in the exhibition.

Here anna.aero brings you an electronic version of our on-site written and printed “Departures” edition of “Melbourne Slots” – a special report on the IATA 127th Schedules Conference in Melbourne.  With 1,000+ delegates, and 50 exhibitors, the twice-annual “Slots Conference” is now the largest in the IATA calendar. And, while the event continues to major on allocating and managing take-off and landing slots at major airports across the world, in recent years it has also emerged into an important meeting place for airline and airport network developers.

This edition includes full coverage of the Welcome Reception at Melbourne Town Hall as well as DFW’s Reception in the Exhibition earlier today.

*Kylie Minogue, citizen of Melbourne, (1988).

Click here to read it online


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