Last month we attended Corporate Jet Investor’s annual conference in London on Monday 3 February. The two-day event was a great networking opportunity with senior executives and leaders from across the business aviation community attending. Under the session titled ‘Gone Green: why aviation needs to become sustainable now’ Tom Parsons, Air BP’s low carbon commercial development manager, addressed the arguments for and against offsetting as well as Air BP’s role in the development of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Tom Parsons also represented Air BP at the European Business Aviation Association’s (EBACE’s) AirOps Europe 2020 event. It took place in Brussels from 4-5 February. Tom joined other panellists including Bruce Parry, EBAA’s senior environment manager, to discuss how FBO’s could be more sustainable. We also led a workshop covering everything from sustainable aviation fuel and carbon offsetting to carbon neutral operations.
For more information on London or Brussels locations click here.
With Africa’s aviation sector forecast for impressive growth we’re excited about attending the 5th Aviation Africa summit which is taking place this year in Addis Ababa Ethiopia (4-5 March). The two-day summit is a popular fixture in the continent’s aviation calendar and sustainability is also the key theme running through this event. Make sure you drop by our booth where our team will be on hand to discuss our developments in the region and update you on the roll out of Airfield Automation at airports across the continent.
For more information on our locations across Africa click here.
On Thursday 5 March, Tom Parsons, Low carbon commercial development manager, Air BP, will be talking at the BBGA Annual Conference at Luton Hoo, just outside of London. This year’s conference will follow the theme ‘Flight to sustainability’ and offers a fantastic networking opportunity for industry leaders from the business and general aviation sector.
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Now postponed until June (new dates to be announced). Tom Parsons will again be taking to the stage to speak at Revolution.Aero Europe in London. The event brings together the people reshaping, rethinking and revolutionising business and general aviation to learn, network and share ideas. It’s set to be an exciting forum with talks covering urban air mobility, vertiports of the future, the internet of aircraft and of course sustainable aviation fuel.
Check their website for more details www.revolution.aero
Come say hi at stand 305 in hall A5, where Sterling Card customers will have a chance to grab something to eat and enter our prize draw to win 300 gallons of Jet A1 or Avgas 100LL at any of the 9 locations: Innsbruck, Biarritz, Cannes, Graz, Ajaccio, Flensburg, Roskilde, Vasteras and Lubeck.
The Air BP team will also be on hand to share our latest news and developments.
See you there!