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At CAPA’s recent Americas Aviation Summit in Orlando on 04/05-Apr-2017, a multitude of incredible speakers were on hand to discuss the strategic issues facing the region’s aviation industry across the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The event was hosted by Orlando International Airport and co-hosted by Visit Orlando, Experience Kissimmee and Visit Florida.
Below is snapshot of some the discussion and key points which were identified as a result of the event:
Paul Pessutti, SVP and GM, Travel and Transportation, SAP, outlined this potential for airline disruption in the distribution and marketing areas as new entities employ big data to enrich the customer experience:
Peter Cerda, Regional VP Americas, IATA, evaluates the pace of economic recovery in Latin America, discusses North America’s role in global traffic stimulation, talks about Cuban market dynamics and offers an update on the evolution of IATA’s New Distribution
Airline Leaders: New Leadership, New Challenges – A panel discussion made up of American Airlines, Norwegian, Spirit Airlines and Spring Airlines. Covering the hot topics such as: Brexit, Trump and the New World Order; US vs Middle East carriers – the battle returns; Protectionism and Open Skies – is there both in the US?; US airlines thrive while Latin American carriers struggle. Will the reverse be true in two years as costs rise for the Big Three?; NAFTA, Mexico and new possibilities – and risks; and Chinese carrier expansion and Pacific alliances.
To see more visit, CAPA TV – Americas Aviation Summit 2017, or to witness these thought provoking discussions, live in person, join us at any of our events and conferences around the world.
New in 2017, CAPA – Centre for Aviation presents the Global Airport Leaders’ Forum to take place this 16/17-May in Dubai, at the world’s leading airport exhibition and event, The Airport Show. Covering the global strategic challenges and opportunities facing airport operators, regulators and airport industry suppliers, this is a forum you don’t want to miss.
Register now at the following link.
- Impact of Brexit for UK and European airports
- What airlines really want from airports
- NextGen facilitation and technology transforming low cost long haul and short haul connectivity
- US ‘Third World’ airport infrastructure & how a Trump administration shapes changes for US airports
- Unshackling the biggest challenge to growth,
- Airport Capacity
- Financing major Airport and Aerotropolis projects
Who should attend?
- Airports, airport groups and authorities
- Government regulators
- Airport equipment and technology suppliers
- Airport services providers
- Slot managers
- Plus many others!