Turkish Airlines to deliver Keynote at Aviation Electronics Europe in Munich, Germany in March 2015

Top Quote European Commission and European Aviation Safety Agency also deliver opening keynotes. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 17, 2015 - As the Aviation Electronics Europe conference and exhibition draws near, the organisers have announced the latest keynote speaker in the already impressive line of international experts in the conference programme taking place in Munich on 25th-26th March at the MOC Event Centre in Munich, Germany.

    Ersan Yuksel, Senior Engineer at Turkish Airlines Technic will present on "Avionics Perspectives for Airlines with a Growing Fleet and Network", giving a perspective from the view of THY.

    Ersan Yuksel graduated from the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of the Bosporus University in Istanbul, Turkey and has been working for Turkish Airlines/ Turkish Airlines Technic since 1996. He has been involved in several avionics modification projects and has coordinated the Avionics selections for new Boeing777, 737 and Airbus 320FAM, A330 aircrafts, as well as being involved in the certification process of Turkish Airlines fleet for PBN applications.

    Mr Yuksel joins Gzim Ocakoglu from the European Commission and Maria Ruiz Algar of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to deliver a top quality opening keynote session on 25th March that will set the scene for two great days of discussion, information sharing and networking at the leading event for the avionics and aviation electronics community.

    Other key organisations presenting in the Aviation Electronics Europe conference include EUROCONTROL, SESAR Join Undertaking, EUROCAE, European Business Aviation Association, Airbus, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Thales Avionics, Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.

    The two-day conference programme has attracted many leading international industry experts to an excellent line-up of presentations discussing and debating the latest policies, standards, best practice and technologies for developing a safer skies in an ever increasingly busy airspace.

    Adrian Broadbent, Event Director and owner of Aviation Electronics Europe, said, "It is really exciting news that Turkish Airlines, the European Commission and EASA are presenting a really top quality opening to the conference. We look forward to welcoming the international avionics and aviation electronics community to Munich on 25th-26th March for some interesting and informative presentations from over 30 international industry experts."

    For further information and more details on the conference programme visit the Aviation Electronics Europe website www.ae-expo.eu.

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