INAIR 2023 - 12th International Conference on Air Transport

Date

Wednesday, 15 November 2023 00:00 until Friday, 17 November 2023 00:00

Location

Estonian Aviation Acadamy Tartu

Description

15 – 17 November 2023, Estonian Aviation Academy in TARTU

 

CONFERENCE TOPICS OF INTEREST: 

  • Airport Operation And Design          
  • Airline Operation
  • Flight Trainings         
  • Safety And Security
  • Air Traffic Management (Air Traffic Management; Air Navigation Services: UTM; U-Space)
  • Human Performance
  • Air Transportation Governance, Economics And Policy      
  • Education And Training
  • UAS: Development, Design, Protection and Regulation            
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Urban Air Mobility; Innovative Air Mobility
  • Communication Navigation Surveillance

 

INAIR 2023 will be hosted by the Estonian Aviation Academy.

Conference language: English

 

FULL PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 13 AUGUST 202

www.inairportal.uniza.sk

 

For more information visit: https://lennuakadeemia.ee/inair-2023/

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