Venue: Grand Hotel, Malahide

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Event Date/Time: Sep 14, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 15, 2011
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Case studies from airline M&E departments and finance departments will be used to demonstrate how they are collaboratively working to stay within the confines of the lease agreements, while keeping their operating costs low.

Airlines, maintenance providers and their suppliers will learn contract negotiating, terms to be wary of and clauses to request. Presenters will deliver pro-active strategies to ensure that lease requirements are met and ultimately keep lease return fees to a minimum.

Lessors will learn strategies for transparent contracts that promote understanding and compliance with their requirements and ensure aircrafts and engines are returned in ideal condition for quick turn-around.

This forum will deliver:

- Operating methods to get the right teams involved with lease terms and contract work-scopes to ensure that M&E departments plan their maintenance accordingly

- The benefits of true contract transparency- ensuring that the negotiating finance departments have fully versed the engineering groups that will be responsible for contract fulfillment and execution

- How to properly develop and appreciate maintenance intervals and schedules- critical putting a time on a lease to ensure the maintenance needs match the money (maintenance reserves)

- A better understanding of regulatory compliance and its importance when moving from one Lessees jurisdiction to another's Lessees jurisdiction. What is the best way to complete aircraft transfers?

- How to strike a balance between airline operating configuration requirements and the state that the Lessor requires the aircraft be retuned in

- An open dialogue format for addressing standardization across the industry including paperwork; accuracy and traceability of documents; vocabulary for maintenance terms; and data