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The Emerging Markets FOD and Bird Strike Prevention, Runway Safety Conference

Posted 4 August 2011 · Add Comment

The Emerging Markets FOD and Bird Strike Prevention, Runway Safety Conference will take place on October 26 and 27 at the Aviation Club, Dubai.

The event, organised by Green Aviation and Logistics Group along with Media Sultan Group under the patronage of Department of Civil Aviation - Dubai, UAE, will highlight the latest FOD Prevention techniques, equipment, and technological advancements used in the industry to prevent Foreign Object Debris (FOD) and Bird strike Prevention, promote awareness, and combat a common enemy.

 

Conference objectives are to make the industry aware of the need to prevent foreign object debris/damage from our aviation/aerospace vehicles, airports, runways, manufacturing shops, flight lines and all aspects of aerospace operations. The conference also includes two days of facilitated discussion tracks, keynote presentations, learning sessions (workshops), benchmarking tours, exhibit displays and the networking opportunity with all the Airports, Airlines and safety personnel’s from across the Middle East and Emerging Markets.

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