Taking place on Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 September, Routes Talks are a series of presentations, dedictaed to providing interesting and engaging content for attendees of World Routes.
A Q&A session will folow each presentation.
Monday, 26 September 2016
As the Chinese aviation market continues to grow, there is considerable interest in this important market from across the globe. This talk and help you to understand:
• How and why doing business with China is different
• How the Chinese aviation sector operates
• The nuances of the market in terms of how decisions are made
Identifying the underlying story behind a data set can be a challenge, especially for a non-technical audience. Finding the right way of visualising the data can be a powerful way of bringing the story to the front and making the data actionable. FlightGlobal explores new air travel data combinations and how best to visualise the findings.
As the UK and Europe begin to understand the implications of the recent Brexit vote to leave the European Union, what will this means for airlines and airports across Europe and beyond? Will new bi-lateral agreements need to be negotiated? What will this mean for airport taxes and charges? Is this the end of cheaper fares
What do you need to know about the ASEAN Open Skies/Single Aviation Market? How has it been implemented? What more needs to be done? What are the benefits? What are the risks and dangers? What do you need to do to take advantage of it? What do you need to do to prepare for the competition?
Tuesday, 27 September 2016
Cebu Pacific launched Manila – Guam on the 15 March 2016. In this presentation, ASM analyse why Cebu Pacific chose Guam and why the business case to operate the route was such a strong one.
This talk will examine the capacity growth and decline patterns of airlines and the relationship to the indirect numbers. It will look at the differences in how airlines are acting in network planning versus how airports approach route development, and whether airports should be thinking more deeply about the way they fit into airline network planning, or just accepting the differences and inputting what they can.
Five women leaders from different sectors of the Routes community – airlines, airports, tourism and consulting, will talk about the highlights and challenges of their career; their path to senior leadership; and give useful insights about how to develop your own career. The panel discussion will be followed by refreshments and networking.
* Please note like all events, the programme is subject to change.