De Delftse Bedrijvendagen

21 Feb To70 present at “De Delftse Bedrijvendagen” 2017

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Tomorrow the 22nd of February, To70 is proud to be present, for the second time, at “De Delftse Bedrijvendagen” at the Aula Conference Centre of the TU Delft. Come and join us at our stand on the first floor!

About To70. To70 was founded in The Netherlands in 2000 and has since expanded with offices in Europe, Australia, Asia and Latin-America. Our clients include airports, airlines, governments and air navigation service providers. At to70 we believe that society’s demand for transport and mobility can be met in a safe, efficient, environmentally friendly and economically viable manner. To achieve this, policy and business decisions have to be based on objective information. With our diverse team of specialists and generalists to70 provides pragmatic solutions and expert advice, based on high-quality data-driven analyses.

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Haiyun Huang
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Haiyun Huang graduated as Aerospace Engineer at Delft University of Technology. He started in 2014 at To70 the Netherlands. He is an aviation consultant with experience in aeronautical studies, environmental assessment, PANS-OPS, and rapid prototyping.
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