Airspace World 2024, the world’s largest Air Traffic Management event, is on track to welcome many more delegates through the doors of the Palexpo Centre in Geneva in eight weeks’ time.
Current tracking of registrations is almost double what it was at this point in the run up to 2023’s inaugural event. Agnes Krischik, Airspace World Show Director, said: “All the criteria of our registrations are ahead of where we were this time last year, including the global spread of delegates with all the world’s regions represented, the full range of ATM industries, and the seniority of those leaders and decision makers who are coming. And with technology constantly developing, we are seeing much more interest from the worlds of uncrewed aviation, drones, and AI. It’s going to be a busy and fascinating show.
“It’s also really good news that more than half of those who have registered so far will be coming to Airspace World for the first time. Clearly the word is out that Airspace World 2024 is the place to be if you want access to the key players, decision makers, and leaders in the air traffic management and crewed and uncrewed aviation industries.”
Anyone thinking of joining those early registrants are encouraged to do so by registering now. Agnes added: “I would also encourage anyone thinking of coming to Geneva to book their accommodation as soon as possible too. They can do that via this link on the Airspace World website, where you can also find ways to get support should you need a visa to come to Switzerland.”