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EBASCON 2019: New venue and date announced for the Ninth Annual European Business Aviation Safety Conference

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Krista Kuznecova
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“Working safely for a rewarding Tomorrow” will be theme of the next European Safety Conference for the Business Aviation Community 

EBASCON, the industry’s key European Business Aviation Safety Conference announced that the 2019 conference is to take place in Zurich (Switzerland) from February 26 to 27, 2019. The annual conference covers all aspects of flight safety and offers a wealth of opportunities to hear and learn about current developments in the aviation industry. The circle of participants includes a wide range of business aviation professionals, government officials and research agents.

The theme of the EBASCON 2019 is “Working safely for a rewarding Tomorrow” which will be reflected throughout the two conference days in the lectures and workshops held by international top speakers. Delegates and attendees are invited to share best practice examples and ideas while benefiting from the opportunity to network and build connections during the conference. 

The organizer of the EBASCON, Christian Beckert said, “EBASCON is the only two-day conference in Europe dedicated exclusively to safety issues in business aviation. Our broad experience and intensive exchange with participants at previous conferences resulted in defining the motto for 2019: Working safely for a rewarding tomorrow. In this context we will focus on safety aspects around the increasing digitization as well as innovative aspects in Human Factors, ATC, Aviation Training and more.” 

Registration for EBASCON 2019 has opened, for more information and to register please visit:

www.ebascon.eu

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