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Air Travel in the Post COVID World

About This Webinar

As the world continues to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, probably the most drastically affected sector is the aviation travel business, with airlines and airports struggling to survive in the face of a massive downturn in international travel.
But, it is also true that in the post COVID world, the aviation travel business will be vital to the global economic recovery, whilst at the same time remaining in the frontline of controlling the spread of any future pandemic.

So, how do you square that circle? How do you facilitate travel upholding the necessary high level of security and safety whilst protecting the global community against the spread of deadly pathogens?

This webinar will discuss:
- As the world’s airports and airlines look to the future, what is the primary challenges facing the airport community and its actors in the post COVID environment?
- What protocols should be put in place and who should be establishing those protocols?
- What requirements will be placed on the various actors in that process, during the establishment phase as well as over the time. And to what extent are airports dependant on decisions from external actors such as authorities or global organizations?

How has the COVID experience affected the way the air travel sector interacts with other bodies and agencies within the airport, as well as with external authorities and organizations?
Could technology assist airports dealing with this new environment?

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Editor Border Security Report / World Security Report
Editor of Border Security Report and Director of the World Border Security Congress
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of AIRPOL
Mr Nilsson is a Police Commissioner, Project Manager and Head of Airpol. Airpol is the European network, financed by the European Commission, for Airport Police and Border Guard organizations. Airpol works for a deeper collaboration between member states organizations as well as to raise the overall competence level by issuing handbooks and by giving training sessions in certain fields. Airpol works intensively to extend the cooperation to countries outside EU, in North Africa, Asia as well as North America.
Nilsson has a law degree from the University of Uppsala and a master degree in Sociology and Political Science from University of Leeds and University of Lund. He graduated at the Swedish Police College in 1991. After various positions both within and outside the police he was appointed Head of Border Police in Stockholm, Sweden, in 2005. He managed successfully this unit (485staff/30 M Euro) for ten years. Nilsson has a vast experience of airport security and airport policing since working with it for more than 15 years in an international context.
Nilsson was in 2016 awarded the International Police and Public Safety Medal by the 9/11 Award Committee at a ceremony in San Diego, US.
The same year he was awarded the PPA Cross, Medal of Merit by the Estonian Ministry of Interior for services made to Estonia and the Estonian Police.
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Int'l Consulting Services, Israel Airports Authority
Roni Tidhar serves as IAA's {Israel Airports Authority) Head of Int'l Consulting Services. He carries vast experience in civil aviation security and emergency management from his 27 years in Israel's Ben-Gurion Int'l Airport Security Division (in multiple positions) and many years' parallel to that as El-Al Israeli Airline's Air-Marshal & Operational Flights Security Manager – working in dozens airports across the globe. Roni also contribute articles on various professional publications & is a keynote speaker in worldwide conferences (and due to Covid19 impact on travel industry in Webinars ).
He is an active senior officer to IDF (reserve units), a volunteer Police Squad Commander and is serving (volunteer) as local community public representative and use to serve as union representative within IAA.
He carries a B.A. in Political Sciences & Far East Studies from Hebrew University in Jerusalem and M.A. in Security & Diplomacy for Senior Management from TAU.
Webinar hosting presenter
Regional Assistant Director, Airport, Passenger, Security and Cargo Europe, International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Angeles Pozo is currently Assistant Director for Airport, Passenger, Security and Cargo for Europe at IATA, based in Madrid.
In her role she is the main contact point for all Europe Security issues and airport related matters, helping deliver IATA’s initiatives and ensuring that EU and national regulations are adecuate, risk-based and consistent with global standards.
Previously she was regional Manager for Member and External Relations liaising with member airlines and relevant industry and government stakeholders across the region to maximize the value of their membership. Key areas of action: Taxation, Security, Passenger Rights, Environment, User charges, smarter regulation, amongst others.
Prior to IATA, Angeles worked for the Spanish carrier IBERIA holding different positions in the organization.
From 2010-14, she was Head of Corporate and International Affairs for IBERIA representing the airline in International & National forums and Associations, establishing and coordinating the strategy of the International Airlines Group (IAG) in liaison with government Authorities.
From 2001-10, she was responsible for EU Legal Affairs at Iberia dealing with a range of aviation dossiers, particularly on airports (user charges –ATC, airports - and slots), and ATC infrastructure, security and facilitation for the EU, US and third countries, API & PNR requirements, environment (EU ETS, ICAO negotiations), passenger rights (EU & third countries), External Relations of the Community (comprehensive agreements US-EU; Third countries-EU), and EU competition Law files.
Angeles has a legal background and holds a Degree in Law by the University Complutense in Spain and a Master Degree in competition Law by the University Rey Juan Carlos.
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