Changes to airline strategy have a direct impact on the bottom line of thousands of aviation organisations within the supply chain.
Understanding key airline trends is critical not only for every airline, but for all the organisations that, directly or indirectly, rely on them to create demand.
The Airline Business World Air Forum will tackle how network, new-model and low-cost airlines are changing their strategies at a fundamental level and what impact this will have on airports, OEMs, IT/technology providers, investors, lawyers and lessors.
The Airline Business World Air Forum attracts:
- Senior airline executives debating the latest trends and showcasing their strategy
- Airports and OEMs identifying what will influence route and fleet planning and having an open a dialogue with airlines
- Innovative suppliers sharing their knowledge on the latest IT and technology trends and exploring how their solutions can be tailored to the needs of airlines
- Financiers, lessors and investors identifying new opportunities and raising their profile with airlines globally
The global aviation market is fiercely competitive – the Airline Business World Air Forum gives you the information you need to get an ‘edge’ and offers a rare chance to network with peers outside your normal business area.
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Just some of the feedback from the last conference is included below:
The good mix of industry players, insightful panel discussions and wide range of topics covered made it valuable to participate. – Omid Azami, Head of Planning, Arkefy, TVI Airlines Nederland
Perfect number of attendees to network with, good strategic content. – Matt Jefferson, Sales Director, Airclaims
Very professionally arranged, performed and getting the “right speakers” to attend. – Jan Molarin, Director Business Intelligence, SAI Group Control, Scandinavian Airlines System
Must attend conference for industry leaders. – Jan Willem Kappes, Business Analyst, M2D Consulting