AirportIS Forum

Postponed to Q4, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 pandemics, the AirportIS Forum, initially scheduled for September 2020 has been postponed to Q4 2020. The dates will be announced as soon as the situation allows. For any information, please contact us at airportis@iata.org 

AirportIS is the most powerful market intelligence and analysis tool, available for airports today. It delivers the most accurate and reliable traffic data and timely schedule information, combining total market supply and demand in a single user-friendly platform. It is the solution you need to take your air service development strategy and performance to new heights.

The AirportIS Forum is a rare opportunity to:

  • See AirportIS in action
  • Learn from best practice examples of how to boost route expansion and air service development with the most powerful, accurate and reliable traffic data
  • Network with airport peers
  • Be the first to hear about upcoming AirportIS enhancements and new developments.

REGISTER TODAY as spaces are limited!

We have a lot to share with you - from valuable market insights to important updates on the latest AirportIS developments.

​Where: Milan, Italy
Venue: To be confirmed
Duration: Right after World Routes on 9 September, 2020
Audience: AirportIS customers and airport representatives interested in improving their operations through data-based decisions.

Make sure to book early and take advantage of IATA’s preferential room rate (details will be available soon).

​​Destination: Milan, Italy

Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. It offers a sublime mix of historical architecture and modern high-rise skyscrapers. From an out-of-this world pizza to shopping and museums you've never seen before, Milan will take you through the next beautiful building to the city's growing skyline.

 

​​Venue: TBC

Event will be held at one of the hosting World Routes Hotels.
More details will be shared in the upcoming weeks. 

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Need help?

Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at airportis@iata.org

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