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The Australian Airport Association Airfield Pavement and Lighting Forum is the pre-eminent event to attend for all those involved in pavements and airfield lighting projects at Australian and New Zealand airports.
|Tuesday 14th May 2019||Wednesday 15th May 2019||Thursday 16th May 2019|
Tuesday 14th May 2019
Wednesday 15th May 2019
Join us for Welcome Drinks at the Tonic Bar, Crown Promenade after the Pavement Technology Workshop.
You will have exclusive access to the venue while enjoying canapes and drinks. This is a great opportunity to catch up with delegates prior to the two day Airfield Pavement and Lighting Forum and the opportunity to network and relax.
Join us for the ‘Networking Dinner’ at the River Room, Crown Casino and enjoy wonderful views over Melbourne’s famous Yarra River and city skyline.
Our exclusive access provides a great opportunity to network and relax with industry professionals whilst enjoying dinner and drinks on the terrace at this prestigious venue.
Registrations include networking events.
15-16th May 2019
|3 days (includes workshop)
14-16th May 2019
All rates are inclusive of GST
Pavement Technology Workshop
Tuesday 14 May 2019
In conjunction with the AAA Airfield Pavements and Lighting Forum the AAA will host a Pavement Technology Workshop with a technical focus on pavement specifications.
This workshop will bring industry experts together to discuss and debate industry standards including standardisation of products, testing regimes and quality monitoring.
Airfield Pavement and Lighting Forum
Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 May 2019
The AAA Airfield Pavement and Lighting Forum will discuss issues and challenges that airports face on a day-to-day basis surrounding airfield pavements including runways, taxiways and aprons as well as new technologies and case studies in airfield lighting projects.
This Forum is the only event of this nature held in Australia and is an invaluable opportunity for you to engage with 250 industry stakeholders.
This event is held every second year.
Updated: 7th February 2019