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EASA Triple One Concept Study Final Presentation & airsight Airport Safety Day

Join us for a full day of presentations and discussions on the latest developments in runway and airport safety

After nearly two years of rigorous research into the Triple One Concept, airsight is thrilled to announce a full-day event to present and discuss the study's findings and conclusions. This event, scheduled for the 27th of September 2024 in Berlin, Germany, is a culmination of the detailed analysis carried out this year on safety benefits, risks, prerequisites, and challenges.

The study, which has seen contributions from various industry stakeholders through interviews, workshops, and data sharing, will result in a policy recommendation to EASA. We are grateful to all those who have contributed to this study and look forward to sharing some direct insights from the airports that participated in the study.

In addition to the presentation of the Triple One study, the event will also feature the airsight Airport Safety Day. This segment of the event will include presentations and discussions on current and pressing topics related to runway and airport safety. The topics will include challenges on language proficiency requirements for aerodromes, managing safety aspects of photovoltaic systems on airports, new regulations on obstacle surfaces, and cyber-resilience for aviation stakeholders (PART-IS).

This event is a unique opportunity for attendees to interact with various subject matter experts at airsight and beyond. Safety is a top priority in aviation, and airsight is trusted by aerodrome operators, CAAs, ANSPs, and many other organisations for its extensive expertise. Our primary mission is to help our clients achieve the highest level of safety while enabling efficient and sustainable air operations. By attending our airsight Airport Safety Day, you will gain insights into the latest developments and challenges in runway and airport safety, and have the opportunity to discuss these topics with our experts. 

Event Details:

  • Date: 27th September 2024
  • Time: TBC (full day event)
  • Location: Berlin, Germany (venue TBC)

Who should attend:

  • Airport Operations and Safety representatives
  • ANSP TWR and management representatives
  • Civil Aviation Authorities in the domain of airports and ANSPs
  • Pilot association representatives, base and safety captains
  • Researchers and academics

To ensure we can accommodate all interested parties, we kindly ask you to pre-register for this event by mid July. Please contact us through to receive an invitation. We look forward to your participation and to seeing you in Berlin in September.