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Dedicated to Ensuring that International Operators Fly Safely, Securely, Efficiently and Legally
The International Operators Conference (IOC) is the single best source for operational, regulatory and real-life information that is critical for anyone involved in business aircraft planning, operations and flying in the international arena – no matter where your aircraft is based. Over four days, you will learn from world-class training providers, handlers and operators who fly globally.
IOC Highlights Include:
- A safety day dedicated to safely and knowledgably moving your passengers
- Pending near term avionics mandates in many ICAO regions
- Staying up to date on regulatory requirements throughout the world
- Essential safety tools, including fatigue countermeasures and crew pairing
- Networking with pilots who operate in the regions and countries you will be flying
The International Operators Conference is simply a hard-core learning event. From regional specifics, to flight procedures and safety regulations, IOC allows you to stay ahead of the complexities of international ops. – Joseph Giles, Shell Aircraft
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