The Future of Air Transport (air11)
Venue: The Bloomsbury Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011||End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011|
|Registration Date: Dec 07, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 07, 2011|
Debating the business of air travel with air transport executives from across the world
This year geopolitics and global disasters have demonstrated the sensitivity of the air transport industry to events beyond its control.
Fortunately, a strong strategic focus has minimised the collateral damage and, as traffic figures signal an upturn of the economic situation, the industry is set to sustain growth.
The high price of oil will be impacting heavily on all airlines: meaning that in 2011 building revenue and increasing efficiency will be key to bolstering profit figures.
The following topics will be on the agenda at The Future of Air Transport:
* Explore the strategy for success and envision the industry's future with key figures in the leaders forum
* Question the implementation of the European Emissions Trading Scheme
* Debate the impact of alliances
* Converse with airport executives as they define their relationship with airlines
* Gain insight into the decisions influencing airlines choice of distribution pathways
* Determine the most effective ancillary revenue and pricing strategies
What the industry is saying about The Future of Air Transport conference:
"â€˜A must attend event. Iâ€™m delighted to be involved again this year"
Julian Carr, Managing Director, bmibaby
"Timely discussions of the industryâ€™s legislative challenges"
Paul Gretch, Director, Office of International Aviation, U.S. Department of Transportation
"The Future of Air Transport thoroughly deserves its place on the industry calendar. It offers unique networking opportunities and strategic discussions of the highest level"
Rigas Doganis, Chairman, European Aviation Club, Non-Executive Director, Easyjet
"A great platform for topical debates"
Thanos Pascalis, Chief Commercial Officer, Olympic Air