19th Annual Military Airlift and Air-to-Air Refuelling Conference and Focus Day
3-Dec-2018 to 5-Dec-2018
The 19th annual Military Airlift and Air-Air Refuelling conference and exhibition will return to Rome on the 4th and 5th December 2018, with a brand-new pre-conference focus day on Air-Air Refuelling on the 3rd December 2018.
With the airlift sector in constant development, there are more than 800 new platforms set to be delivered at a combined value over $65 billion in the next 10 years. The need to transport troops, cargo, medical supplies, vehicles and other mission critical equipment remains fundamental to any defence force that aims to deploy globally. The importance of ready rapid response to ensure these forces can be mobilised and moved quickly is crucial for any expeditionary operation.
Sustaining and maintaining this air mobility feeds into the second aspect of this important event. Air-to-Air refuelling remains vital to deliver extended flight time for both transport and strike components of an air force and without which extended aerial deployments would simply not be possible.
KEY FOCUSES INCLUDE:
• Forward basing and expeditionary operations
• International operability
• Airlift platform acquisition
• Air-air refuelling
• Pooling and sharing
• Tactical, humanitarian and strategic airlift
• Ground support equipment
EARLY BIRD DATES:
Book by July 31st and save £400
Book by September 28th and save £300
Book by October 31st and save £100
REGISTER ONLINE AT: http://www.military-airlift.com/keypub
TO SPONSOR OR EXHIBIT, contact Sadia Malick, on: +44 (0) 20 7827 6748 or smalick
Events are subject to change or cancellation. Please be advised to contact organisers to check that the event you wish to attend is still taking place as advertised.
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