Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Aviation Academy

1st International Conference on Aviation Future: Challenge and Solution (POSTPONED!!!)

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Event

Important announcement! Following the advice of the local authorities unfortunately we have to postpone the AFCS conference due to the Coronavirus and its unknown consequences in the coming period. The new dates will be announced soon. We apologize for any inconvenience this decision might bring you. In case of any question please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Vietnam Aviation Academy and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) are proud to jointly organise the 1st International Conference on Aviation Future: Challenge and Solution in Ho Chi Minh City.

About the conference

Vietnam air transport quadrupled over the last 10 years and is expected to grow with double digit figures. These extreme growth rates are no exception in the region; the entire aviation system is being put to the test. Airlines are expanding their fleet and networks (destinations and frequencies); Airports and ATC try to upgrade the capacity by building new facilities and/or make smarter use of those available, education; Aviation training institutes struggle to deliver the required amount of well trained and highly skilled professionals. An increasing number of new passengers are discovering the advantages of air travel.

In the aviation practice, operations professionals are doing their utmost to meet the daily flight schedules; there is little time to implement short term plans to increase capacity, let alone to perform a thorough investigation towards innovative solutions for sustainable aviation development. Urban issues, tourism, public transport connection, big data management impact have a major upon airports as well as upon aviation in general.

This raises the question what is the future of Aviation? Is the current capacity crunch just a short term challenge in the long-term trend of stable aviation growth over the last decades? Will aviation be disrupted by new technologies? Will new business or airport operating models or urban planning solve these issues? What can be learned from developments in other regions or industries and what are the insights from scientific research towards these challenges in aviation?

13 December 2019: Abstract submission
10 January 2020: Notif. of abstract acceptance
31 January 2020: Full paper submission
21 February 2020: Notif. of full paper acceptance
13 March 2020: Camera ready submission
18-20 March 2020: Conference dates

Please for further information visit the conference website:

https://www.afcs2020.org/

For further information about the course please send an email to aviation.academy@hva.nl

Published by  Faculty of Technology 13 February 2020