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Swinburne Uni to host aviation conference

written by | May 28, 2014
Swinburne’s aviation conference will examine the challenges facing the industry.

The head of Jetstar in Australia and New Zealand David Hall will headline a three-day aviation conference to be held in Melbourne in June.

Swinburne University’s aviation industry conference will run from June 4 to June 6, with speakers from the airlines, government departments, airports and industry bodies, among others.

The conference will discuss balancing air traffic demand and capacity in Australia, the challenges facing remote airports and contemporary human factors and safety issues impacting the industry, among other topics.


Victoria’s minister for the aviation industry Gordon Rich-Phillips will open the event.

The first two days of the conference focuses on air transportation themes, while the third day will discuss human factors and safety.

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