Australia Pacific Aviation Outlook Summit

July 27, 2010
Sydney, Australia

The Australia Pacific Aviation Outlook Summit is the region's largest and most established forum for aviation executives. Now in its 6th year, the event brings together airline, airport, government and tourism leaders to discuss the outlook for air travel and strategies for facilitating the growth of the region's aviation sector.

Four Seasons Hotel
July 27 - 30, 2010

Why attend the Australia Pacific Aviation Outlook Summit 2010:

  • The largest gathering of airline executives in Australasia - hear Qantas, Air New Zealand, Jetstar, Virgin Blue, Tiger Airways, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, Qatar Airways, AirAsia X, Viva Macau, Rex, Garuda and Mandala discuss strategies for survival and commercial sustainability.
  • Regulatory outlook for the aviation sector - The Hon Anthony Albanese, Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development & Local Government provides a keynote address on the government's Aviation White Paper and policy agenda.
  • Capacity and network planning - which routes offer the best prospects for growth and how are airlines optimising their networks to reflect market realities?
  • Destination marketing and route development - carriers, tourism authorities and airports share strategies for working together to build capacity to destinations and facilitate regional growth.
  • Dedicated Future Airport Development day - Airport leaders discuss how their business models are changing, the next phase of airport design and the diversification into non-aeronautical revenue streams.
  • Separately bookable Travel Technology & Distribution day - airlines, hotels, OTAs and booking engines debate the most innovative and cost effective methods for managing distribution channels and maximising revenue.

Contact Charlotte Poh for more information.