The most important and prestigious business event in the Tyne & Northumberland calendar will return to Newcastle Civic Centre in October 2013.
The Tyne & Northumberland Annual Dinner 2013 is the ideal place to meet with many of the largest organisations and key businesses within Tyneside and Northumberland. The guests attending will be the region’s decision makers and influencers.
This year's speakers:
Our keynote speaker is Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airlines
. Tim Clark has been in the civil aviation business for his whole professional career, having joined British Caledonian in 1972. In 1975 he moved to Gulf Air in Bahrain and subsequently in 1985 to Dubai where he became a member of the founding team of Emirates as Head of Airline Planning. Now the President of Emirates Airline, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, which currently serves more than 133 cities in 77 countries with a fleet of nearly 200 wide-bodied aircraft.
Jarrow's Steve Cram
will return again as our after dinner speaker. Steve is a British Icon recognised as one of the finest athletes of his generation. He is a World, Olympic, European and Commonwealth medallist as well as 3 time World Record holder during his illustrious athletic career. He was recognised for his achievements by winning the BBC Sports Personality of the year in 1983, and receiving his MBE in 1986.Tickets:
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Newcastle International is the main airport for North East England, serving over 4.3 million customers in 2012. With regular flights to Dubai, Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam, and Dusseldorf and up to six flights per day to and from London, Newcastle International recognises the needs of business travellers who require frequent direct links from the north of England to key cities across Europe and the rest of the world.
The airport is a vital part of the North East economy, employing 3,200 people on site and thousands more across the region, with an economic contribution of £646.5m. The value of UK exports passing through Newcastle International each year is £173.6m, of which £150m is carried by the daily Emirates service to Dubai.
The airport has worked closely with its local authority shareholders for many years to move the business forward. Seven local authorities - Newcastle City Council, Sunderland City Council, Gateshead MB Council, Northumberland Council, Durham County Council, North and South Tyneside Council – own 51% of the airport company.
At the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Awards ceremony 2011 Newcastle was awarded the “Best Regional Airport in the UK” for the third year running, and in August 2012 users of the Skyscanner website voted Newcastle International the friendliest airport in England.