Hot News from Meeting Prague
C-IN Is Expecting a Busy Congress Season This Year
C-IN expects to organize over 30 congresses and conferences around the world in 2023. In Prague, C-IN is organizing the European Association of Research Managers and Administrators Conference (EARMA), the 21st European Urology Residents Education Programme (EUREP), the 4th International Conference on Food Bioactives & Health (FBHC), and the World Road Congress (WRC).
Korean Air to Re-launch Its Prague – Seoul Connection
From 27 March 2023, Prague Airport will once again offer a direct connection with Asia, provided by Korean Air. This regular service was last in operation in March 2020.
Innovative Prague III.
Prague is not only an amazing historical city with a wealth of monuments, excellent gastronomy, cordial residents, and a wide range of events. It is also a modern and innovative science hub. Prague excels in many fields, such as artificial intelligence and robotics, biomedicine, low-carbon technologies, data technologies and selected creative industries, providing ideal opportunities for holding conventions and conferences with the matching topics.
How Did Aviation Industry Perform Last Year and What is Ahead of Us in 2023?
IATA (International Air Transport Association) has released a report on the aviation industry's 2022 performance and the outlook for 2023. According to its data, in 2022, airlines served 70.6% of the total 2019 number. Air travel is thus recovering from the consequences of coronavirus restrictions, but at a slower pace than the association predicted last June.
CZ PRES 2022: Europe's Leaders Return to Prague Congress Centre After 12 Years
On December 31, 2022, the Czech Republic concluded its six-month presidency of the Council of the EU. As part of the Czech presidency, a number of activities and events took place around the whole country, but the most important political meetings and summits took place at the Prague Castle and in the Prague Congress Centre (PCC). During the past six months, more than 2,400 European politicians and economists attended the informal EU Councils in the PCC. The number of events and delegates, however, is only one of many things that made last year's presidency different from the first one in 2009.
Prague Airport Continues to Reduce Emissions, Motivating Partners to Follow Its Example
Prague Airport involves its business partners in reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Already in 2010, it joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) initiative, which, under the auspices of the Airports Council International (ACI), independently evaluates world's airports and acknowledges their efforts in reducing their carbon footprint. This year, Prague Airport once again defended the 3rd level certificate, which is characterised by the involvement of partners – airlines, tenants, suppliers of catering services, and others.
Christmas Charity Concert of Hilton Prague & Hilton Prague Old Town
After a three-year break Hilton Prague and Hilton Prague Old Town organized the 24th annual traditional Christmas Charity Concert featuring the Brno Philharmonic and accordion soloist Ladislav Horák, conducted by Debashish Chaudhuri. The Christmas spirit was brought by the International Ladies Chamber Choir Viva Voce with a special guest, 12 year old Terezka, a talented singer from the children’s house from the city of Most.
Taxi Service at Václav Havel Airport Prague to Be Provided by Uber
Uber becomes the new operator of the taxi service at Václav Havel Airport Prague from the spring of 2023, having won the concession procedure entered by two bidders. The winner of the tender guarantees a fixed fare price quoted in advance, 24/7 service availability, and a fleet of up to five-year-old mainly upper middle-class cars.
Prague Airport Remains Safe Place for Travel, Defending ACI Accreditation
Prague Airport continues to provide a safe experience for all travellers as confirmed by the ACI Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) Certificate, re-assigned to Prague Airport for the high level of adopted goals and implemented measures in the area of health, which ensure increased safety of passengers flying through Prague. The Certificate appreciates the fact that the set standards meet the requirements of international organisations in the aviation industry.