The resources sector and its impact on aviation and corporate travel

PwC’s Mine 2019 report shows the world’s 40 largest mining companies have maintained steady growth in the last year despite low investor sentiment. Five Australian companies made that top 40 list, including BHP, Rio Tinto, South32, Newcrest Mining and Fortescue Metals Group. As a group, the top 40 increased revenue by 8% and lifted production by 2%. But, how is the resources sector actually performing?

As one the discussion topics at the forthcoming Perth Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit, CAPA – Centre for Aviation will highlight what impact this steady growth will have on the Western Australia aviation market and if corporate travel providers will see improved performance in this sector.

As the foremost authority on aviation in the world, CAPA – Centre for Aviation’s events provide cutting edge knowledge about strategic market trends and dynamics to help attendees make informed decisions, delivering the information and connections needed to inspire and improve business. The Perth Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit will take place in Perth on 05 July 2019.

CAPA’s roadshow of events throughout Australasia’s capital cities offer a unique blend of high level aviation content and corporate travel management insights and best practices. It is the ONLY platform that delivers a true end to end knowledge and networking experience for the travel industry, attracting players from across the entire travel ecosystem – from airlines, airports and hoteliers through to intermediaries and travel managers.

The Perth Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit will feature detailed insights on key inbound markets and the secrets for success in attracting inbound and short stay traffic. This event, hosted at Crown Perth, a resort and casino located in Burswood, Western Australia, is a must attend for those seeking to learn from, network and collaborate with today’s travel industry leaders!