Upcoming G.A.R.S. Events:

22-23/09/2021: Research Workshop in cooperation with BalticFAB, Vilnius Tech and FABEC: Climate change and the role of air traffic control, Vilnius – Call for PapersInvitationRegistrationPress Release (German)

18/11/2021: 4th Workshop on “Aviation in Africa”, Online – Call for Papers

29-30/11/2021: Aviation Management and Economics Conference, Online – Conference Announcement and Call for Papers (Deadline extended to 30th September 2021!) – ICS Calendar File for Outlook

01-02/12/2021: EAC 2021 “Getting real about climate change and aviation: Economics & Policy for this decade” – Conference LeafletConference WebsiteICS Calendar File for Outlook

November/Dezember 2022: Aviation Management and Economics Conference, Heilbronn

November/December 2022: European Aviation Conference, Heilbronn

Special Announcements:

18/09/2021: Job Ad: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Aviation, School of Law and Tourism at the University of Sunderland, UK 

30/08/2021: Industry PhD scholarship at Griffith University, open for domestic or international students currently based in Australia

https://www.griffith.edu.au/research-study/scholarships/brisbane-airport

21/08/2021: Invitation to CADENZA – Interactive online workshop
on demand – capacity balancing in ATM, 7th and 8th September 2021

14/07/2021: Recordings of the 18th GARS Junior Research Workshop and 2nd Online Summer School (Members Only)

06/07/2021: (digital) InfraTrain 2021 Autumn School: Modeling Sustainable Energy and Transport Markets: Mobility, Hydrogen, Electricity, and Energy Systems, October 11–15, 2021, digitally (out of Berlin)

03/07/2021: Download of Presentations – 2nd GARS Online Summer School (GARS Members only!)

15/12/2020: G.A.R.S. and airliners.de announce partnership

15/09/2020: New GARS book: Aviation and Climate Change Economic Perspectives on Greenhouse Gas Reduction Policies

25/08/2020: Obituary of GARS founding member Hartmut Wolf by Hans Martin Niemeier

08/01/2020: New Book: Airport Capacity Constraints and Strategies for Mitigation by Marc Gelhausen, Peter Berster and Dieter Wilken