Thursday, September 2, 2010

Over 300 CEOs and senior executives to participate in Aviation Outlook Asia 2010

Conference to be held at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from October 20-22, 2010

The sixth edition of Aviation Outlook Asia 2010 to be held between October 20-22 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore will witness participation of more than 300 airline CEO’s and senior executives. They will take part in strategic discussions and share candid thoughts on new market opportunities, technology implementation, revenue optimisation, equity management and financing, operational productivity and effectiveness and environmental sustainability. The conference organised by Terapinn is a strategic platform for full service, regional and low cost airlines to identify, examine and discuss issues and challenges that drives the industry’s recovery to growth and profitability beyond 2010. It also provides an opportunity for networking, knowledge exchange and to explore real business and partnership.

Some of the key highlights this year include International Aviation Leaders’ Symposium, Airline Ancillary Revenue and Loyalty Summit, Future of Aviation Through Innovative Technologies Session and E-Commerce, Sales and Distribution Strategies Session. The line up of speakers for the Conference is impressive and some of the key speakers at Aviation Outlook Asia 2010 are Emirsyah Satar—CEO of Garuda Indonesia, Dr. Temil Kotil—CEO of Turkish Airlines, Aung Gyi—Managing Director & CEO of Myanmar International Airways, Keisuke Okada—Executive Vice President & Chairman of Information Technology Strategy of All Nippon Airways, Capt. Gustav Baldauf—Chief Operations Officer of Air India and Marnix Fruitema—Senior Vice President Asia Pacific of Air France KLM, Walter Dias

Managing Director Greater China & Southeast Asia, Sales & Marketing, Continental Airlines.

In International Aviation Leaders’ Symposium C-Level leaders from key international airlines will gather to share their vision and International Aviation Leaders’ Symposium while the Airline Ancillary Revenue and Loyalty Summit will focus on how airlines can increase their revenues, enhance brand loyalty and customer service. This will be a session led by airlines for the airlines. Future of Aviation Through Innovative Technologies Session will help understand what drives the CIOs and Heads of IT in major international airlines, find out how airlines utilise IT to their best advantage and how can they assess and determine the right IT investments that will deliver value and drive performance. As one of the most important direct sales channels for airlines, E-Commerce, Sales and Distribution Strategies Session will deal with how e-Commerce be optimised for enhanced merchandising capabilities to drive greater revenue.

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