For almost three decades, the European Aeronautics Days (Aerodays) have been the leading event in aviation research and innovation, mirroring the priorities and strategies set within the European Union research Framework Programmes. The eighth Aerodays builds on the achievements of Horizon 2020, the biggest EU research and innovation programme to date, and is based on a new approach of integrating two events organised as TandemAEROdays19.20, in Romania in 2019 and Germany in 2020.
Two events – the Berlin Aviation Summit and the FORUM – form the #AeroDays2020 in Germany.
At the Berlin Aviation Summit, leading representatives from the aviation industry, research and government will discuss challenges and opportunities the aviation sector is facing; the talks and panel discussions at the #AeroDays2020 FORUM will address all visitors and invite them to a dialogue.
This year, the #AeroDays2020 will be taking place in a hybrid format adapted to the current COVID-19 situation, with an on-site programme for speakers and guests on the stage of the Meistersaal in Berlin along with an online offering via our streaming platform for virtual participants. The on-site programme of #AeroDays2020 will take place under special hygiene and distancing conditions. For this purpose, we are taking precautions and limiting the number of on-site attendees to the maximum number of people allowed according to currently valid regulations. In order to be accessible for all interested parties, the #AeroDays2020 will be live-streamed at the same time. The organisers and their partners are delighted to provide a virtual event platform from Tuesday 24 to Thursday 26 November 2020.
Two events – the Berlin Aviation Summit and the #AeroDays2020 FORUM – form the #AeroDays2020 event in Germany. While at the high-level opening event Berlin Aviation Summit on 24 November key players from all relevant stakeholders will share and discuss strategies for the revitalization of international aviation and global value chains, the talks and panel discussions at the innovation platform #AeroDays2020 FORUM on November 25-26 will concentrate on research, technology and innovation as enablers of climate neutrality, environmental protection and industrial leadership.
For almost three decades the European Aeronautics Days (Aerodays) has been the leading event in aviation research and innovation, mirroring the priorities and strategies set within the European Union Research Framework Programmes. The 8th edition of Aerodays builds on the achievements of Horizon 2020, the biggest EU research and innovation programme to date, and it is based on a new approach with two integrated events organized in Romania, in 2019, and Germany, in 2020. Coordinated under a synergic concept, TandemAEROdays19.20, these two events will provide a solid platform to share and review the latest developments in aeronautics and air transport across the European Union, further strengthening its leadership on a highly competitive and strategic international market.