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World Cargo Symposium 2022


IATA believes that diversity of culture, gender, age, orientation and experience boosts the success of the aviation industry. We actively encourage aviation professionals with diverse profiles to contribute to our events as speakers, panelists, facilitators, or in any other way.

When:

September 27, 2022

Where:

London, United Kingdom

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