The move follows a decision by GHI’s original venue, the Citywest Hotel, Dublin, to dedicate its facility to supporting Ukrainian refugees.
“We know we can count on an aviation industry well-versed in speedy adaptions during the past two years to be quick to reconfigure behind the plans,” said Max Gosney, GHI Chairman.
He added: “This unforeseen development is the latest example of the fallout Russia’s invasion of the Ukraine is having in all walks of life. We’re delighted to have secured the RAI Amsterdam. The venue was home to our best attended Annual ever in 2019 and we’re looking forward to bringing the aviation family back together there this November.”
RAI Amsterdam features premium venue space, onsite hotel choices and a plentiful array of post event bars/restaurants nearby.
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GHI’s Annual Conference first launched in 1999 had has established a reputation as the premier global networking event in the ground handling industry.
Last year’s 22nd Annual Conference in Copenhagen marked a seminal moment for the aviation industry as stakeholders finally reunited in-person for the first time since the Covid pandemic struck.