EU-Russia Airlines Cooperation
Venue: Brussels Marriott Hotel
|Event Date/Time: May 19, 2011||End Date/Time: May 20, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2011|
|Paper Submission Date: May 08, 2011|
The year 2010 has demonstrated an apparent drift towards liberalization of the Russian segment of the international air transport. Many airlines, both in Russia and Europe, have received new commercial rights, additional frequencies and increased payload capacities. EU-Russian aviation dialogue has hopefully grinded, albeit very slow, from the halt. However, this improvement process by no means is systematic by its nature, or generally transparent, and often presented completely different ways by its participants. As years before, policy of restrictions and limitations governs bi-lateral ASAs, seriously aggravating difficult life of Russian and European airlines who were elbowing most of the last decade through permanent chain of crises.
The 4th EU-Russia Airlines Cooperation conference aims to deliver to authorities views and vision of Russian and European carries on the most important problems of air transport development, to contribute to unblocking EU-Russia aviation dialogue and to generate recommendations to help officials and market players to enhance co-operation.
Who should attend: senior management of Russian and European airlines, regulatory and government officials, professional association experts, senior management of airports and air traffic control organizations, industry suppliers, service providers, financiers and investors, market analysts and specialist media from the EU and Russia.
Key Issues of the Conference
* Global alliances in Russia and the EU: opportunities for Russian and foreign airlines
* Airlines Cooperation: Further Development Directions
* Outlook for EU-Russia Air Travel Development: Opportunities and Threats
* Russian and European Business Cooperation: Political and Economical Aspects. EU-Russian Air
* Transport Policy Overview and Outlook.
Last year over 90 attendees featuring senior management of the EU and Russian airlines, government officials, members and experts from professional associations, airport strategists and management, industry suppliers, service providers, financiers and investors, aviation analysts and consultants, enjoyed this opportunity to discuss the most vital issues of Russo-European interaction in air transport.