Dette var den trettiende konferansen siden Flyoperativt Forum ble etablert i 1987.

Agenda for FoF 2016.
Monday 11 April
18:30 Traditional Norwegian food and networking at the conference hotel. Presentation in Norwegian, F-35 en operativ analyse, hva får vi? Generalmajor Morten Klever, kampflyprogrammet.

Tuesday 12 April
• 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
• 09:00, Welcome by FoF
• 09:05, Opening the conference:
Challenges in Norwegian aviation: Tom Cato Karlsen Ministry of Transport and Communications
Challenges in European aviation Dai Whittingham UK Flight Safety Committee
• 09:40, 2015 «in review» Global Safety Update, FoF
• 10:20, Todays safety landscape David Learmount Flight Global
• 11:00, Coffee – Networking break
• 11:30, Aeronautical Decision Making: Looking inside and ahead, Capt Walter Schwyzer Gulfair
• 12:15, How do we assess Human Factor when investigating accidents, Ms Heather Parker, Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB)
• 13:00, LUNCH networking
• 14:00, Strengthening Leadership skills in cockpit, Martin Egerth Lufthansa Flight Training
• 14:30, TCAS why 14 years after Überlingen some pilots still manoeuvre against an RA and some Controllers still issue instructions during an RA? Philippe Domogala IFATCA representative
• 15:00, Coffee Networking break
• 15:30, An accident, dual engine flameout no restart – Capt. Robert Piché landed engine out at the Azores. Again we will have a presentation of a pilot who will share his experience with us.
• 19:00, Aperitif in the bar before the conference dinner at 19:30.

Wednesday 13 April
• 09:00 Opening remarks by the chair
• 09:20, German Wings
Crew Health after the Germanwings accident, Dai Whittingham UK Flight Safety Committee and
Crew Health, after the Germanwings accident, pilot recruitment and tests, Vivianne Fonne Seniorrådgiver flypsykologi FMI
• 10:20, Change Management and the risk of change fatigue. Helge Anonsen Widerøe
• 11:00, Coffee – Networking break
• 11:30, Is the threat from Islamic state changing the aviation security environment. David Learmount Flight Global
• 12:00, Pilots and controllers facing increased automation: are we trained properly to recover from a failure and to work without it, Philippe Domogala IFATCA representative
• 12:30, FoF Quiz and sum up
• 13:00, LUNCH networking. The rest of the conference will be in Norwegian
• 14:00, «Tilsynet med norsk luftfart», Luftfartsdirektør Stein Erik Nodeland og Seksjonssjef fixedwing Frode Lenning
• 14:30, Avinor Oslo lufthavn terminal 2 og Bergen lufthavn terminal 3, valg av konsept og idriftsettelse, Konsernsjef Dag Falk-Petersen Avinor