Asian Aviation

Venue: Renaissance Hotel

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Event Date/Time: Mar 16, 2006 End Date/Time: Mar 17, 2006
Early Registration Date: Jan 20, 2006
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The aviation and aerospace industries are facing challenges that could never have been foreseen in the past. In the wake of recent economic and global events, markets were gaining strength but also suffered from surging fuel costs that threatened even the efficient low cost carrier sector. There have been significant changes in the airline industry in Europe, North America and Asia and the emergence of new models in the travel distribution systems. Commercial air service’s availability in densely populated areas is continuing to increase as HUB airports approach capacity and discount carriers look for opportunities to reduce costs.

This conference will cover topics and case studies that allow you to better understand the challenges and issues that shape and reshape today's marketplace in the aviation industry.

The Asian Aviation Conference combines an unparalleled learning experience with outstanding opportunities for networking and interaction with other leaders in the global aviation community.

• 2 day full conference + halfday workshop
• Comprehensive agenda examining critical issues from a global and regional perspective
• Featuring senior executive presentations on key business challenges for Airlines, Airports and Air Cargo.
• Expert panel discussions and case studies
• Networking opportunities with other leaders in the global aviation community

Speaker line up includes:
 Andrew Herdman, Director General, AAPA
 Timothy Ross, Director, Air Asia
 Peter Sedgley, Vice President Commercial Operations, Emirates
 Anthony Wong, Managing Director, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminal Services
 Andrew Drysdale, Senior Vice President, IATA
 Paul Daff, Vice President, Commercial, Jetstar Asia
 Dato JJ Ong, Senior General Manager, MASkargo
 Richard Gomez, Human Resource Director, Swissport
 Vasing Kittikul, Executive Vice President(Commercial), Thai Airways
John Batten, Managing Director, TNT Global Networks and Air Cargo Sales