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Kraków Airport will host ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition in 2019

Publish date

16.05

2018

Today (16th May 2018) ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition has officially changed its venue from Naples to Kraków. Kraków Airport will be the host of the 2019 edition of this prestigious event in the aviation business.  

Na zdjęciu: Armando Bruni, Prezes Zarządu Międzynarodowego Lotniska w Neapolu oraz Radosław Włoszek, Prezes Zarządu Kraków Airport podczas ceremonii oficjalnego przekazania organizacji ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition w Neapolu.
Na zdjęciu: Armando Bruni, Prezes Zarządu Międzynarodowego Lotniska w Neapolu oraz Radosław Włoszek, Prezes Zarządu Kraków Airport podczas ceremonii oficjalnego przekazania organizacji ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition w Neapolu.

The 12th edition of ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition will take place between 20th and 22nd May 2019, and will be hosted by Kraków Airport.
 

ACI Europe's Regional Airports' Conference and Exhibition is regional airports knowledge exchange platform. The conference is an opportunity to discuss the latest trends, as well as some key challenges arising in the aviation industry. It is attended by delegates and experts, airport representatives and operators from more than 25 countries in Europe and across the world. For the industry experts, the next year’s event will also be an excellent opportunity to discover Kraków and Małopolska.

Kraków Airport is the largest regional airport in Poland to have taken an active part in the development of the aviation industry, while Kraków, the capital of Małopolska, is considered a leader in the MICE industry. Kraków Airport has been a partner or host of such events as Routes Europe 2016, the largest European aviation event, CYBERSEC European Cybersecurity Forum and last year’s High Level Conference on Cyber Security in Aviation. The synergy between the initiatives taken up by the airport, the city and the region makes up for a positive image of Kraków and Małopolska in the eyes of our international friends.

Pursuing trends in the dynamic aviation industry is a challenge, which is exactly why Kraków Airport’s participation in large industry events, such as the involvement in next year’s ACI Conference and the ongoing meeting of the International GBAS Working Group, play such an important role in the region’s development.