GCC Low Cost Airlines Conference (GCC)

Venue: Al Murooj Rotana Hotel | Dubai UAE

Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2006 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2006
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The GCC airline industry has come to a momentous point in its growth curve and the option of low cost airlines is posing exciting challenges and opportunities to the airline market. The airline industry is faced with significant economic challenges with rising costs and competition as more and more countries are adopting an open sky policy. However, rising costs is by far the most important hurdle that has to be addressed if an airline needs to stay afloat and profitable.

Considering the above factors, the GCC Low Cost Airlines Conference examines if low cost airlines is the answer to the challenges faced by regional airlines. While it remains to be seen, if business and leisure travelers have accepted the low cost and no frills model of air-travel, traditional carriers are all seriously planning for offering low cost options.

What will be discussed?

Financing and Investing in Low Cost Airlines
Future competitive strategies for low cost airlines
Impact of Low Cost Airlines in the air travel market
Attracting best human resources
Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty
Perspective of Low Cost Airline CEOs / Employees
Rolling out e-Ticketing
e-Freight and Paper Free Cargo Processing
Low Cost Airline Case Studies
eTicketing and efreights Case Studies

Why Should you attend?

Day one of the conference looks at the commercial, technical and operational aspects of a low-cost model for an airline and will try to provide a fresh perspective to traditional and low cost carriers on what the future holds for offer them. At this conference, the industry’s most seasoned advisors will convene to bring you up to date on current issues affecting airline industry today and give you the tools and techniques you need to advance your knowledge and protect your interests.

Day 2 of the conference addresses eTicketing and eFreighting, two technologies based developments that can play a huge role that can air travel more efficient, easily accessible and cost efficient.

Who Will Attend?

High Government Officials
International Organizations in the area of Air Transport Industry
Major Airlines
Regional Airlines
Low Cost Airlines
Charter Airlines
Regional Airports
Entrepreneurs and investors
Aircraft manufacturers and suppliers
Maintenance companies
Investment banks
Air finance and leasing companies
Airport operators
E-business systems
Aviation industry consultants