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The CCD, Tuesday 21st January - Thursday 23rd January

Airfinance Journal Dublin 2020: The Premier Aviation Finance Event.

  • Over 2000 aviation finance professionals operating worldwide.
  • 70+ private meeting rooms and the ability to set up meetings and request attendance from your ‘wish list', who may already be in attendance.
  • Cocktail and networking receptions.
  • Exhibitors showcasing products and services within the sector.
  • Hundreds of high-level attendees from the UK and worldwide (airlines, lessors, banks, government agencies, manufacturers/OEMs, law firms and others service providers).
  • 90+ speakers from top airlines, lessors, financiers, OEMs, service providers from likes of GECAS, AerCap, MBA, Avolon, Avitas, Aviation Capital Group, Deutsche Bank and more.

Date:
Tuesday 21st January - Thursday 23rd January
Time:
8.00am
Price:
€2,395.00
Address:
Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6, Ireland

Google Map of Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6, Ireland

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