Global Airline Law Training Seminar
Venue: Thistle Hotel Kensington
|Event Date/Time: Sep 13, 2006||End Date/Time: Sep 14, 2006|
|Registration Date: Sep 13, 2006|
|Early Registration Date: Jul 01, 2006|
Airline Survival & Success
13-14 September, 2006 – 2 full days - London, The Kensington Thistle Hotel
**Lawyers get CPD credits**
Book before 1st July and get 10% discount off the listed price
This NEW Training Seminar is ideal for lawyers, airline executives and anyone involved in finance and insurance who want a broader appreciation of the law as it pertains to the airline operating environment. It will be of value to both lawyers & other aviation professionals.
Lawyers can be faced with clients requiring advice on a broad range of issues affecting their aviation company/airline and are often not well versed in aviation. Other aviation practitioners may need an understanding of the legal implications of aviation law and how it will or can affect and impact on their work.
If you are involved in aviation and wish to gain or brush up on your legal knowledge then this seminar will cover the legal implications pertaining to:
• New Routes & Destinations
• Adding More Aircraft
• Survival I – Recession, Bankruptcy & Aircraft Loss
• Survival 2 – Disputes
In particular you will learn about:
• the Cape Town Convention – what’s it all about – what do you need to do?
• Open Skies
• Environmental Considerations
• Fleet Analysis Considerations and more……..
There will also be plenty of opportunity to share your experiences and to network plus you’ll get hands-on practical experience through a workshop/game on the 2nd day to help facilitate the learning process and bring all you have learnt together.