Future IARO Events
17th IARO Meeting – Manchester 11/12 June 2019
- Conference Agenda published – focusing on air-rail technology and trends
- Register now - Free of charge for IARO Members – Place numbers limited
- Manchester Airport Transport Forum, Site Visits and Interactive Conference Agenda
The Conference Programme has been published for the 17th IARO Meeting, generously hosted by Manchester Airport on Tuesday 11 June and Wednesday 12 June 2019. To view the Agenda Click HERE.
IARO Members can register free of charge – just email the details of participants who will be attending to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space in the Meeting-Room is limited: So, if you have not already confirmed your participation, please let me know as soon as possible if you plan to attend
The IARO Meeting takes place on Wednesday 12 June.
Participants registering for the IARO Conference are welcome to attend the Manchester Airport Transport Forum, taking place in the morning of Tuesday 11 June.
There will be a tour of the Airport Facilities in the Afternoon of 11 June, dinner in the evening, followed by a full day IARO conference on Wednesday 12 June.
The Meeting Arrangements are as follows:
Tuesday 11 June 2019
09:00 – 13:00 Manchester Airport Transport Forum
All Delegates participating in the IARO Conference are invited to attend the Manchester Airport Transport Forum. The Forum will comprise a keynote presentation, together with papers on Environment Issues, Sustainable Transport and the latest CAA analysis. After the Presentations, there will be an opportunity to view the Market-Place of companies exhibiting in the Transport Forum.
This will be followed by:
14:00 – 17:30 Tour of Manchester Airport Facilities and Transport Links
18:18 – 21:00 Evening Reception/Dinner
Wednesday 12 June 2019
Full day IARO Conference
As you will note from the programme, Conference Speakers will cover a wide range of topics relating to air-rail developments - both in Manchester, and internationally.
As with all IARO Meetings, the aim is to encourage discussion and to share best-practice ideas and solutions.
Conference Topics include:
- Transforming Manchester Airport
- Developing Manchester Airport’s Transport Links
- Ground Transport Interchange
- Integrated ticketing and information
- Passenger travel modes, modal share and behaviour change
- Transport to, from and within Aerotropolis developments
- Trends in rolling-stock design for air-rail links
As at all IARO Workshops, participation is free-of-charge for IARO Members.
The fee for non-Members is £250 (+VAT)
To register, just email Patrick Hicks with your details: Patrick.email@example.com.
As mentioned above, space in the Meeting-Room is limited, so – if you haven’t already registered - please confirm your participation as soon as possible.
18th IARO Meeting - Bangkok, Thailand November 2019
The International Air Rail Organisation is pleased to announce a dedicated Conference focusing on the rapidly growing development of Rail Links to Airports in the Asia-Pacific Region
- Learn more about the trends in technology, operations, marketing and branding of rail links to airport
- Share best-practice expertise in rail services to airports
- Customer service, marketing and ticketing
- Travellers’ expectations - what services should be offered?
- Growing the rail business - when there is a choice of service
- Providing relevant data and information as a way of increasing sustainable transport market
- Integrated ticketing – working with airlines
- International air-rail case studies: Europe and North America
About IARO Workshops
As part of its work to promote best practice to organisations involved in air-rail transport, the International Air Rail Organisation (IARO) holds regular Workshops for its Members and invited guests. Each Workshop focuses on a specific aspect of the air-rail business, with the aim being for participants to learn from specialists and to share their expertise and know-how through open discussion.
The Workshops are 1-day round-table meetings. Participation is limited to 25 attendees, to ensure maximum discussion and inter-action. There are usually 4 or 5 speakers, who will introduce a specific theme or share their own organisation’s experiences, with plenty of time for questions and discussion after each presentation.
The Workshops are organised for IARO Members, although non-Members are invited to attend, as appropriate. Members may register either one or two participants.