IATA Air Transport Outlook Conference 02 (ATO 02)

Venue: Hotel Melia Castilla

Location: Madrid, Spain

Event Date/Time: Sep 16, 2002 End Date/Time: Sep 17, 2002
Registration Date: Sep 16, 2002
Early Registration Date: Jul 12, 2002
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Forecasting and planning in the airline industry may never have been more difficult. More data may be available than ever before but the underlying structure of the market is
changing so that historical trends may be of little use. No longer will market share reflect capacity offered. No longer can we assume traditional business models lead to profitability. Some airlines will manage how to survive and thrive while others will fail.
Now in its 15th year, IATA's Air Transport Outlook conference is the place to obtain the most up-to-date forecasts for a global industry. But more than that, the conference is a place for learning and discussion, bringing together leading experts with industry practitioners so that together, you can interpret and understand what the forecasts and underlying trends mean for your airline, your region, and your market.
 A vision for Europe
Ben Van Houtte, Head of Unit, Single European Sky, DG TREN,
European Commission
 Charging principles
Martina Priebe, Director, Air Transport Action Group
 Ownership and nationality – hindrance or benefit?
Barry Humphreys, Director External Affairs and Route
Development, Virgin Atlantic
 Deregulation – the lessons from outside
Paul Reynolds, Principle, Charles Rivers Associates
The conference is aimed at practitioners in airlines, airports and industry suppliers, particularly Senior Executives, Directors
and Analysts with responsibility for the following areas:
Airline forecasting
Industry analysis
Strategic planning
Economic planning
Business development
Market research

Delegates will gain a better understanding of:
The impact of events in 2001 on airline traffic, capacity,
costs and revenues
The structural changes taking place in the market
Tourism forecasts
The outlook for business travel
The latest IATA and manufacturer forecasts for the
How other airlines are responding in today's
What it takes to survive and thrive as an airline today


Additional Information

For information on registration and pricing please go to www.iataonline.com/ato