GHI's 5th Americas Conference

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Last chance to register for the 5th GHI Americas Conference, Panama City!

There are just two weeks left to discover the secrets of achieving ground handling excellence by registering for Ground Handling International’s (GHI’s) 5th Americas Conference, 25-27 June, Panama City.

Join more than 300 expected aviation stakeholders from airlines, GSPs and airports to debate how the region can improve employee retention, ground safety and build more collaborative partnerships between airlines and handlers.

Conference presentations include:

  • Ground Handling in the Americas: a State of the Nation Report: GHI will reveal the results of an exclusive pre-conference survey of aviation business leaders across the Americas and lift the lid on experiences around recruitment/retention, stakeholder relationships, GSE pooling, contract negotiation and business growth.
  • Financial analysis: Latin America the outlook for the aviation industry: Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Executive Director & CEO at ALTA will look at the main trends and challenges facing aviation in the Latin America region. Which markets are experiencing the fastest growth and how are stakeholders working together to make the most out of the expected boom in air passenger traffic?
  • The GHI Big Debate: What are the challenges and opportunities for cargo handling in the Americas? Insight into whether infrastructure, technology and recruitment is keeping pace with Latin America’s boom in demand for exporting fresh fruit and flowers by air cargo.
  • The GSE market in the Americastrends in financing, prospects for equipment pooling and new fuel types

See the full programme here

Delegates will also enjoy full access to GHI’s premium One-to-One Meetings service and exhibition featuring more than 35 leading equipment suppliers.

Confirmed attendees so far include senior managers and directors from: ACI; Aerolineas Argentinas; American Airlines; Avianca; BLAS; Copa Airlines; dnata; JetBlue; Latam Airlines; TIACA; WFS; Swissport; and more.

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