The 2017 Asia Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit is almost here and CAPA is offering new delegate registrations an exclusive offer.
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The Summit is broken down into three key events: The Corporate Travel Innovation Summit; Asia Aviation Summit; and CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence. Each will include a variety of industry experts exploring into the key issues affecting the industry.
The Corporate Travel Innovation Summit delivers a deep focus on the biggest category of corporate travel spend: air, and will cover the key issues facing LCCs, full service carriers and hybrid carriers, bringing together up to 30 CEOs of leading carriers based in Asia, as well as those serving the world’s most vibrant aviation region.
The CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence have recognised strategic leadership in the aviation industry since 2002. The awards are not driven by customer surveys or sponsorship. They are independently researched by CAPA and selected by an independent international panel of judges.
Malaysia Airlines, Group Chief Executive Officer, Peter Bellew:
Peter Bellew was appointed Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of MAG and Malaysia Airlines Berhad on 1st July 2016. He brings with him over 20 years of experience in the aviation industry.
Hong Kong Airlines, Assistant Director, Commercial, Michael Burke:
A highly respected and highly motivated aviation professional, Michael has twenty years of senior level experience in the aviation industry, with the last decade spent in Asia. With an extensive commercial background, he has a proven track record in building, motivating and managing sales and marketing, distribution, network planning, revenue management and alliances teams to consistently over-deliver aggressive revenue targets in tough business environments via his strong interpersonal skills and his ability to influence across all levels.
Changi Airport, Managing Director Air Hub Development, Lim Ching Kiat
Lim Ching Kiat is the Senior Vice President of Market Development in Changi Airport Group. He oversees four business divisions, namely Airhub Strategy, Airline Development, Cargo and Logistics Development and Passenger Development. His key responsibilities include increasing Changi Airport’s connectivity by supporting the growth of passenger and cargo airlines, promoting passenger and cargo traffic, and pursuing joint business development efforts with airline partners.
Keynote speeches from:
- Changi Airport, Managing Director Air Hub Development, Lim Ching Kiat
- Aeroflot, CEO, Vitaly Saveliev
- Dubai Airports, CEO, Paul Griffiths
The full service airlines’ perspectives:
How will Asia’s airline market evolve over the next decade?
- Operationally, and with fleet decisions
- In distribution matters
- Do Asia’s network airlines have a sustainable future?
- What are the key components in new survival strategies for the network airlines – what do they have to do to survive and flourish?
Selling and paying: Turmoil & Irreversible changes ahead for airlines and agents?
Considering the comments of IATA & Kurt Knackstedt, airlines are changing distribution and payments strategies around the world, when can we expect major change in Asia and what should we prepare for?
The LCCs’ perspectives:
- What market positions are the LCCs aiming at – what strategies are in the future?
- How fast will they expand? – how sustainable are the massive order books of Asia’s LCCs?
- What are their main challenges? – market access; human resources for growth; other LCCs
- How will the large number of aircraft on order be used, and what equipment are passengers demanding?
The CAPA Great Debate: Full service airlines have no future
FSCs are under threat: Legacy sclerosis; ageing distribution systems; silo management structures; high costs; failure to understand big data implications; challenges of LCCs (short and long haul) and the Gulf carriers and Turkish Airlines – and China’s airlines.