The CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit 2017, which occurred in Sydney in August 2017, delivered some of the most thought-provoking discussions from a wide range of expert speakers.
Qantas Airways Group Executive Government, Industry and International Affairs Andrew Parker discusses tourism in Australia and Qantas capitalising on this, then sits down with CAPA Executive Chairman Peter Harbison for a one on one interview.
Head to centreforaviation.com for more important discussions and videos.
To witness important talks like this, ensure you attend one of CAPA’s upcoming events and conferences, including the CAPA-ACTE New Zealand Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit, scheduled for 17-18 October in Auckland. To learn more or register, visit centreforaviation.com/events
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