Genève Aéroport Tour – Thursday 11 April


Genève Aéroport is planning a tour of the airport Solar Panel Roof - the largest solar roof in Europe with photovoltaic panels, following the conference on Thursday 11 April. If you are leaving that day, you can incorporate a tour before you fly home!

Everyone wishing to participate in a tour must have already registered for Passenger Terminal EXPO 2013 as a conference delegate, speaker, exhibition visitor or exhibitor.

REGISTER NOW for Passenger Terminal EXPO 2013.

REGISTRATION FOR TOUR NOW CLOSED


Tour

Departure from Palexpo at 15.00 hours. (Departure point details will be sent in your tour confirmation email.)

End of tour around 16.30 hours.

Participants who are leaving the same day can remain at the airport but there will also be a bus at 16.30 hours for those who wish to return to Palexpo.


Please note:
The participant can only register him/herself individually. That means, that only he or she personally has the option to participate on the tour after registering, nobody else.

Last chance to apply for a seat on a tour will be Wednesday 3 April.

The tours can be cancelled with short notice due to authority related reasons or if special circumstances should occur.

Genève Aéroport are hosting the airport tour and will confirm tour places on a first-come, first-served basis.

The tours and security instructions will be conducted by English speaking Genève Aéroport professionals hence all participants must understand English.

Free exhibition pass
The Conference has been great and I have particularly enjoyed the presentations on NFC. Of course there were many other great sessions I wanted to attend, but there just isn’t enough time! The Conference is a great way of gaining other people’s points of view on topics affecting our industry, and a way of sharing our experiences. The Expo is also a good way to learn from all the companies present and look at all the new technology coming into the marketplace
Eric Barnier, Head of IS Strategy, Aeroports de Paris, France
Passenger Terminal World magazine