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Brussels Airport to host TIACA’s Executive Summit 2023

Brussels Airport to host TIACA’s Executive Summit 2023

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced that Brussels Airport will host the Executive Summit 2023. The Executive Summit 2023 will be held on 6-8th November, 2023 at the historic Skyhall, former airport terminal.TIACA is working with Brussels Airport to organise a first class conference, which will bring together over 300 decision makers from across the globe to network, showcase their companies and products, as well as learn and debate pressing issues affecting the entire industry. “What has been so special about the Executive Summit in recent years is that it focuses on topics that matter to our industry and connects attendees with new ideas to develop and build upon.” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair, said.

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Brussels Airport will welcome the delegates and the local BRUcargo airport community to its historic Skyhall on 6th November for an evening Welcome Reception to kick off the conference. For the further programme, Brussels Airport and TIACA will work together to develop a two-day conference programme for 7th and 8th November, that includes a series of panel sessions, fireside chats and keynote sessions that will cover issues affecting the industry and challenge the day-to-day norm. After the first day of conference sessions, Brussels Airport will take delegates downtown on their electric buses to experience an evening of local hospitality in the capital of Europe.

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“We are thrilled to have been chosen by TIACA to host their 2023 Executive Summit. As a strong supporter of international collaboration and exchange, together with our community organisation Air Cargo Belgium, we are honoured to welcome the executive members of the leading air cargo community to the heart of Europe, at Brussels Airport’s SkyHall,” Arnaud Feist, CEO of Brussels Airport, said. “The partnership with TIACA and its members never stops inspiring, and this is now a unique opportunity to also share some of our innovations, successes and investments that embody our strategy at Brussels Airport.” says Geert Aerts, Chief Cargo & Real Estate.  “We are excited to bring the next Executive Summit to Brussels Airport, not just because it is my home airport and will always have a soft spot in my heart but because Brussels Airport and their cargo community are constantly innovating and developing new ways to cohesively move cargo. The Executive Summit will showcase their strengths and we as an industry can use this to learn and grow,” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair, added.

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