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3rd Travel Law Forum

The future Traveller

Hotel Novotel Istanbul Bosphorus

Friday March, 27th 2020

Registration Information
REGISTRATION TYPE PRICE QUANTITY
Participation fee 310.00 EUR
Alumni and Friends of the International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University 248.00 EUR
Event Description

We are pleased to announce that Palladian Conferences is organizing the 3rd TRAVEL LAW FORUM - The future Traveller in cooperation with the International Institute of Air & Space Law-University of Leiden. The Forum will take place at the Hotel Novotel Istanbul Bosphorus, on Friday March, 27th 2020.

THE FORUM

PANEL I: Regulatory Issues Affecting Air Carriers, Hotels and Tour Operators

PANEL II: Leasing Financing Issues

PANEL III: Future Traveller: Technology & Regulations

PANEL IV: Public Law Aspects: Managing Package Travel Services in light of Tour Operator/Airline Bankruptcies.

THE ORGANIZER

Palladian Communications Specialists (PCS) is a leading communications firm specializing in media relations, public affairs and crisis and issues management. Our mission is to add real, measurable value to our clients’ operations by enhancing and protecting their reputation and providing timely and relevant intelligence. Over its 15 years of operation Palladian has established a long record of successful campaigns on a series of delicate issues which changed perceptions and influenced developments.

Palladian Conferences, business unit of PCS, are business Fora addressing issues concerning several key industries, such as Legal, Energy, Shipping, Pharma and Food. Distinguished speakers together with Greek and international senior executives, aim to provide up-to-date answers on relevant market trends and issues.

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AIR AND SPACE LAW - UNIVERSITY OF LEIDEN

The International Institute of Air and Space Law is one of the leading international academic research and teaching institutes in the world, specialising in legal and policy issues regarding aviation and space activities in the broadest sense of the word.

Its objective is to contribute to the development of aviation and space law and related policy by conducting and promoting research and teaching at the (post-) graduate level. The relevance and topicality of the work is guaranteed by an extensive exchange of information with the air transport and space industry. The Institute possesses a modern library and organises numerous courses and conferences on all aspects of aviation and space law and policy.

Professor Pablo Mendes de Leon is executive chair of the Department of Air and Space Law.

REGISTRATION FEE-Includes:

  • Forum attendance
  • Forum bag with Forum materials
  • Coffee & lunch breaks
  • Certificate of Attendance (upon request)
  • Forum concluding remarks (including speaker’s presentations, and photographs)