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An exceptionally successful and record breaking week for ATC Global 2012!

As ATC Global 2012 closes, the team is absolutely delighted. The 22nd ATC Global has proved to be the most successful yet, even surpassing last year’s record of 5400 attendees with ATM professionals travelling from over 115 countries to attend. Key industry leaders have expressed how informative, productive and important this year’s event has been for the ATM community, commenting on the additional networking opportunities, the VIP networking dinner and inspirational speech from astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the wide range of educational content and the people they’ve met. New benefits such as the free WIFI and KLM airport check-in desks at the RAI have been well received. Many of the workshop and seminar programmes have been oversubscribed with record numbers attending the SESAR JU Forum and today’s European Regional Runway Safety Seminar organised in partnership with ICAO and in collaboration with EUROCONTROL and EASA.

Over 130 exhibitors have signed contracts for Amsterdam 2013, including ANSPs such as DFS, ISAVIA / Tern Systems, ATNS and Airways International, and further International suppliers from across every sector of the market, including Northrop Grumman, Indra, ITT Exelis, Azimut, Era, Telephonics, Barco, Comsoft, Moog Fernau, Intelcan, Korea Airports Corporation, Schmid Telecom and many more.

UBM has been serving the ATM community for 22 years, growing ATC Global from a small conference to the largest international ATM Exhibition and Conference in the world. Many leading suppliers from across the globe have supported ATC Global from the beginning and ATC Global is whole heartedly committed to servicing the ATM industry for another 22 years!

ATC Global thank Schiphol Airport, the Amsterdam RAI, Iamsterdam, supporting industry collaborators; ICAO, EUROCONTROL, SESAR JU, IATA, EUROCAE and EASA and the European Commission, media partners and all other stakeholders who have made ATC Global 2012 such a great success.

ATC Global looks forward to returning to the Amsterdam RAI on 12 – 14 March 2013, to continue to meet the needs of the industry and to unite the international ATM community for the 23rd ATC Global Exhibition and Conference.

@rrajowan : e-NewsDesk

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