Air Transport Research Society (ATRS)
1995 Sydney NSW Australia
Founded 1995, Sydney (Australia), as a Special Interest Group of F-XF1807 - World Conference on Transport Research Society (WCTRS), during its 7th Conference.
Help organize and expand air transport related sessions at WCTR Conferences and attract more people from airlines, airports, governments, research institutes and academia to the Society and its activities; exchange research ideas and results via more frequent symposia, conferences or regional meetings; enhance research capability for multi-national and multi-disciplinary issues on air transportation; interact with international and national institutions which deal with policy and/or infrastructure issues concerning international aviation; provide forums to facilitate the exchange of ideas for forming multi-national and/or multi-disciplinary research teams to investigate topics of worldwide or continental interest.
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Networking Committee, including President and 3 Vice-President (External and Development; Publications; Scientific and Programs).
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