The largest ever meeting of senior management from Chinese and European airlines and airports will take place in June this year, created by the Institute for Aviation Research (IAR), hosted by CAAC News, with support from MIDAS Aviation.
The Summit represents a one-off opportunity for anyone interested in the development of aviation services to meet and discuss the key issues surrounding the growth of aviation between China and Europe.
The largest aviation media group in China and the only official aviation publication of the CAAC which is distributed to all airlines, airports and aviation suppliers in China at senior management level.
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a UK based independent & non-profit think tank dedicated to the aviation research with a particular focus on China.
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a leading European based aviation consultancy specialising in data analysis, interpretation and subsequent business development strategies for clients around the globe. More details on MIDAS can be found at www.midasaviation.com
Avinor manages and operates 45 airports in Norway which handle 30 million domestic passengers and 20 million international passengers annually.
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Innovation Norway is the Norwegian Government's most important instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry.
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OAG is the leading global provider of digital flight information.
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Shannon Airport, located on the far west of Europe, has a unique geographical advantage as a transatlantic gateway.
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Air service development between China and Europe provides enormous opportunities for all stakeholders. Air services between China and Europe will double in the next decade as new city pairs gain non-stop operations and frequencies are added on existing city pairs.
The objective of the summit is to provide an opportunity for airline and airport decision-makers at the highest level to meet, to learn more about the scale and depth of the opportunities, and to explore how working in partnership will unlock the market potential.
“Winning through Co-operation” will be an intense and stimulating one-day summit. There will be four main sessions surrounding the following three areas led by skilled moderators to ensure everyone learns something new and goes away with fresh insights into this market.
Senior executives from major Chinese and European airlines and airports will openly discuss key issues such as barriers to development, the need for partnerships and new ways of working.
Experts will provide answers to major questions such as what impact BREXIT will have, what investment opportunities exist today and tomorrow, and how is China’s aviation policy evolving and what does that mean for European air services.
The session consists of business model innovation such as low-cost long haul, and emerging hubs connecting China and Europe, as well as a deep dive into key consumer themes for aviation development, such as consumer behavior, travel distribution and social media engagement strategies.
An exclusive event targeted at key industry decision makers, availability is extremely limited with a self-imposed capacity limit to ensure the highest level of quality content and discussion. Conference is by invitation only. Places are limited to the first 150 registered delegates and early registration is strongly recommended.
Delegates from overseas are reminded that they must have obtained the necessary visa to travel from the Chinese Authorities. If any assistance is required on this matter then please contact Ms FU Qi at email@example.com
Through the generous support of CAAC News and our sponsors the registration fee is £595 (plus booking fee) per delegate and includes full participation at the Summit and access to the Gala Dinner on the Monday evening.