Airspace World set to exceed World ATM Congress
With nearly 200 exhibitors, five full size theatres, and over 21,000 square metres of floor space, Airspace World, brought to you by CANSO, is set to be bigger than last year’s World ATM Congress.
Held at the Palexpo Centre in Geneva, Switzerland, on 8-10 March, Airspace World is the largest and most influential airspace and near-space management event in the world. It will see ANSPs, suppliers, crewed and uncrewed aviation, eVTOL experts, ATM professionals, innovators and new technology owners come together for over three days for a packed agenda of learning, connecting, collaborating, sharing, and business.
Mike Treacher, CANSO’s Vice President, Airspace World Sales, said: “With just over four weeks to go, our exhibition has taken shape. All the major ATM technology companies will be in Geneva, as will some of the world’s largest ANSPs, and a wide range of companies in the uncrewed and near space industries. Some spaces are still available though, and anyone who would like to know more about exhibiting can contact me at Sales@Airspaceworld.com.”
As well as the exhibitors, Airspace World is also attracting some leading figures from the industry, with key speakers including the likes of NASA’s Akbar Sultan, NATO’s Dr. Giorgio Cioni, ICAO President Salvatore Sciacchitano and IATA Director General Willie Walsh all lined up to speak at the CANSO Executive Summit, on Tuesday 7 March.
And those debates continue too in the five theatres, which will be looking at future technology, sustainability, future operations, integrated airspace, and the SESAR programme.