Young & ambitious: What to expect at AIR Convention 2018?
One of the most promising aviation events AIR Convention 2018 commercial aviation forum attracts the brightest executives from airlines, aircraft manufacturer companies, airports, and related industries – allowing all participants to hear from and network with aviation decision-makers. Industry giants like Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, American Airlines, Etihad Airways, and hundreds of other companies are to attend a two-day major conference and exhibition, taking place in Vilnius, Lithuania on Sept. 26-27, 2018.
The conference bids fair to offer a plenty of opportunities, including HR and Training, Finance, and Technologies, letting every participating company discover new niches. “Discussing a number of relevant topics, including the latest aviation tech, customer experience, and more during the conference, AIR Convention aims to give companies an opportunity to use the professional expertise and turn it into real business deals and profitability,” says Skaiste Knyzaite, General Manager of AIR Convention.
Innovation, forward thinking and new technologies are the main landmarks of the conference. These priorities are crucial for the global commercial aviation development in the context of general conservativism within the industry regarding implementation of innovations. For that reason, a specially designed Tech and Innovation panel will invite to start the conversation about advances that can potentially change the future of aviation. Experts from Airbus, Lufthansa Technics and other leading companies will share their experience and insights.
To deal with arising issues in aviation industry ahead of the game, AIR Convention is offering a solution-oriented approach: within other three conference panels, experts are going to discuss and analyze the most effective ways to meet the pressing needs. Even though 2018 has been a good year for aviation in terms of both profitability and safety, challenges driven by travel demand and constantly rising costs for both fuel and human resources, remain.
Experts from Fly Dubai and OSM Aviation are to review the problem of current workforce shortage and share efficient means for attracting the best talent. Cost issues will also be examined within different panels of the conference, including MRO and Airlines sections of Commercial Aviation Forum, during which representatives from Smart Lynx, Feuerherd Aviation Consulting and others will talk about the key features of market competitiveness. The question of how to improve customer service while retaining costs, and what new technologies have to offer for that matter - also holds a specific place within the framework of AIR Convention.
AIR Convention kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2018, and offers the finest high-quality networking while providing the latest review of global commercial aviation. The two-day event will bring about 1000 representatives of aviation enterprises, more than 65 speakers to discuss commercial aviation trends and challenges, and almost 40 companies to present their services at exhibition stands.
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