GHI's Digital Reconnect is go

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Industry support surges for GHI’s Digital Reconnect virtual forum.

Industry stakeholders have been signing up fast to GHI’s Digital Reconnect virtual event on December 1-2 and supporting our bid to unite the aviation community to tackle a time of crisis.

Thank you to AirAsia, Aviapartner, Celebi Aviation, Hawaiian Airlines, INFORM, Swissport and Transavia who have all confirmed delegations in the past week. They join more than 200 confirmed attendees - and the number is growing.

There’s under 4 weeks left to register for this innovative virtual event that will include One-to-One virtual meetings, conference sessions and GHI’s Pride of Ground Handling Awards.

Digital Reconnect aims to promote stakeholder collaboration and provide a conduit for key commercial discussions as 2020 draws to a close.

GHI’s Digital Reconnect will empower stakeholders from all global markets to connect, learn and support one another through a time of crisis while enjoying the high quality networking, content and personalisation that GHI prides itself on.

Ástþór Ingason, Head of International Airport Operations, Icelandair, said: “GHI Digital Reconnect will be a great time to connect again. We need to get information from all sides and co-ordinate the coming months and summer of 2021. It is imperative for carriers to discuss airline schedule plans and handling status. Information sharing is vital to get everything started again.”

Carm Borg, Chairman, Global Aviation Services, said: “It is important that we are able to connect with all our airline partners and suppliers as the coronavirus has had the most impact on our industry in the history of aviation. Now is an even more important time and if we cannot all gather together in a conference setting, then we at least for 2020 can hold a virtual meeting so that we can still connect with our partners, as the landscape of our industry changes before us.”

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