An initiative to improve aviation safety will unveil its findings at an international conference in Biarritz, France, next month.
The two-day conference, titled “The Human Role in Aviation,” will explore the findings of the Dublin-based Human Integration into the Lifecycle of Aviation Systems (HILAS) project on best practices in designing, operating, maintaining and regulating the international aviation industry. It is slated for April 1-2.
The HILAS project is an international consortium, consisting of 38 partners from across the aviation industry and academia worldwide. It is led by Trinity College, Dublin, and funded in part by the European Commission and the participating aviation organizations, including GE Aviation, Thales, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, easyJet, Iberia, Eurofly and Turbomeca.
For more information: HumanInAviation.com.