Aviation Conference

Recovery is inevitable, but we should not take it for granted

After surviving its worst crisis yet, the aviation industry is certain to see drastic changes. But what will they be?...


Digital Week talks: outlook for travel demand

International air travel was hit hard across different destinations worldwide, and would scarcely get back to pre-pandemic levels earlier than 2024, according to IATA’s revised forecast. With the majority of international markets still closed, the domestic market seems to be the only sector to have seen any improvement....


Navigating change: Digital Week conference returns in September

As the global aviation industry is battling to recover from the impact of the pandemic crisis, companies need to find innovative solutions to address the challenges. This September, one of the most prominent virtual conferences in aviation – AIR Convention Digital Week – returns to help people of aviation find new efficient ways to stay afloat in these turbulent times....


Ramping up demand: European airlines in the post COVID-19 world

The current pandemic has sent passenger demand for air travel into a nosedive and many airlines are fighting for survival. With several business models of airlines operating in Europe, there are numerous ways for each type to stimulate passenger demand and regain lost revenues. ...


Quiet 777X presentation & future of passenger experience

From newer, speedier aircraft cabin wi-fi solutions to 3D seats printing as a more efficient way of manufacturing, Passenger Experience Week Show 2019 kicked off last week for the twentieth time, to unveil some of the latest breakthroughs of the industry....


SouthEast Asia MRO talks closer collaboration for airlines & MRO

As MRO demand in Asia keeps booming, with Malaysian aftermarket alone generating about $1 billion in 2018, the industry analysis seems as important as ever. In the context of the longest profitability period ever in commercial aviation industry, MRO sector is looking pretty healthy, too....


AIR Convention Asia brings aviation industry giants to Bangkok

Two years ago Thailand’s capital Bangkok became the most visited city in the world, overtaking destinations like Paris and London. Tourism is thriving in the country accounting for 22% of its GDP in 2018 and Thailand is expecting a record 41.1 million foreign tourists in 2019. Unsurprisingly, air travel companies are taking note. Bangkok is becoming one of the top attractions for aviation industry giants and new government initiatives are u...