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2006 Seminar

September 25 - 27
Monday - Wednesday
NEW 3-DAY FORMAT

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Spaces are filling fast so Register today.

MIT Professors Richard de Neufville and Amedeo Odoni offer an internationally renowned seminar, " Airport Systems Planning, Design, and Management ." This THREE day Seminar is orientated to senior and mid-career professionals. Participants come from all over the world and include government planners, airport operators, consultants and airline personnel. Professionally, they are engineers, managers, planners and architects.

The seminar has an excellent track record since its inauguration in 1989 at MIT. Since then it has been given every year in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as well as in Australia, Greece and the Netherlands under special arrangements with the Australian Federal Airports Corporation, the Athens Airport and the Delft University of Technology.

It received the US Federal Aviation Administration Award for Excellence in Aviation Education.

Enrollment is limited to 40 participants. As the program has been oversubscribed for the last several years, persons interested should apply early in the summer to avoid disappointment.

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