It has been quite a few weeks for the women in aviation movement, with an inspiring trio smashing glass ceilings to reach senior leadership positions never before held by women. But what does this mean for our industry? Penny McGrigor investigates.
In a competitive industry, it is our training teams that help raise the safety bar for all, and after an unprecedented shutdown we face multiple challenges in enabling the return of our industry to full operations. EATS typically attracts 900 attendees from more than 50 countries – all focused on best training practices. EATS 2023 is Europe’s largest aviation training event, designed by and for aviation professionals.
At EATS 2023, we are thrilled to introduce you to a dynamic personality who has been a driving force in the world of cabin crew training. Anna Mellberg, with her extensive experience and passion for innovation, is set to make the upcoming Cabin Crew Conference at EATS a truly valuable and interactive experience.
We’re hosting EATS, the European Aviation Training Symposium, in Cascais, Portugal on Wednesday 8th November to Thursday 9th November 2023. Offering presentations, workshops and discussion panels alongside Europe’s largest aviation training trade show, plus lots of networking, it’s a must attend event for our aviation safety training community.
APATS 2023 opens today, back for the first time since 2019. This is the first time I’ve attended APATS, and also my first time in Singapore, so I wasn’t sure what to expect in the city that signifies itself as Passion Made Possible.