The Airline/Air Traffic Services Safety Forum is an annual event that brings together delegates from international, domestic and regional airlines, air navigation service providers and other aviation organisations from across the Asia Pacific region.
The conference is suited toward aviation safety specialists, safety managers, air traffic controllers, and pilots with safety portfolios and aims to collectively share safety information and lessons learnt to ensure an integrated approach to risk management on critical issues.
Over the course of two days participants receive safety and operational presentations from industry representatives on pertinent safety topics and participate in open discussions and workshops designed to share information and experiences in the management of safety issues.
The success and reputation of the forum has been earned from the quality of speakers and industry-supported presentations. Each forum is themed to provide focused discussion and shared learning between airlines, aerodromes and air traffic control.
35th Airline/ATS Safety Forum
The 35th Airline/ATS Safety Forum will be held from Thursday 24 May 2018 – Friday 25 May 2018 at the Sofitel in Brisbane, Australia.
This year, the forum theme is ‘new airspace users – managing these as an industry’ and the plenary will explore a range of topics including the emergence of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), unmanned aircraft, new technologies and future aircraft.
A special conference rate is available at the Sofitel Brisbane of $195.00 AUD, per room, per night. This rate is accessible directly at the hotel through the special booking page.
If you experience any issues with this link, please contact the Sofitel Brisbane directly and quote VEN300518.
Registrations for the 35th Airline/ATS Safety Forum have now closed. If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further please contact Scott Mitchell at email@example.com or email +61 2 6268 4603.
- ASF Forum Outcomes
- Forum Opening Address
- Safety Performance Analysis
- Using Data to Drive Improvements
- RPAS: What the Data Shows
- RPAS Risks: ATC Perspective
- Vapor RPAS – Loss of Control
- Building the Wider Risk Picture
- The Next Five Years in ATM
- Airspace Users in the next ten years
- ATC Pilot Miscommunication
- Developing a Shared Mental Model
- Sydney ILS Interference
- Forum Summary