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The Global Aviation Festival is back: Discover our 130+ senior speakers

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Flightglobal | Supplier Update
A true industry landmark, the Global Aviation Festival will be back for its...
Flightglobal
Supplier Update
10 June 2016
Aviation Festival | Exclusive offer: book by 17 June and save 15%
Dear aviation colleague,

A true industry landmark, the Global Aviation Festival will be back for its 13th edition in London on 7-9 September. Once again, this critical industry gathering will bring top global airline experts together to lead in-depth discussions.

> Book your ticket by 17 June and save an extra 15% by entering code 'CCDX'
Aviation Festival brochure
The 6 conference streams available will give you an a-la-carte experience as you will be able to choose among the many inspiring presentations, round table discussions and case studies articulated around topics such as low cost long haul, digital disruptions, customer experiences, merchandising, interior design and innovation, PSS, artificial intelligence, cyber security, social media and many more.

Among our 130+ speaker faculty, we are pleased to welcome:
  • Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates
  • Dame Carolyn McCall, CEO, easyJet
  • Willie Walsh, CEO, International Airlines Group (IAG)
  • Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO, JetStar Group
  • József Váradi, CEO, Wizz Air
  • Bjorn Kjos, CEO, Norwegian
  • Jose Luis Garza, CEO, Interjet
  • Stephen Wang, President, Spring Airlines
  • Karl Ulrich Garnadt, CEO, Eurowings
  • Patee Sarasin, CEO, Nok Air
  • Skúli Mogensen, CEO, WOW Air
  • A.T. Srinivasan, CIO, Qatar Airways
  • David O'Brien, Chief Commercial Officer, Ryanair
  • Sami Foguel, Chief Customer Officer, Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras
  • Aubrey Tiedt, CCO, Alitalia
  • Ahmet Olmustur, CMO, Turkish Airlines
  • Paulo Miranda, Chief Experience Officer, Gol Airlines
  • A.T. Srinivasan, CIO, Qatar Airways
  • David Harvey, Managing Director of Business Development, Southwest Airlines
  • Michael Pozas, VP of Customer Innovation & Care, Air France KLM
  • Sebastian Herzog, Co-Founder and Chief Strategist, Lufthansa Innovation Hub
  • David Garcia, CCO, Vueling
  • Paul Buckley, Head of Social Media, Aer Lingus
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> Check the full programme
SENIOR AIRLINE EXECUTIVES CONFIRMED TO ATTEND INCLUDE:
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Don’t miss out and be part of the aviation event of the year! To interact with senior airline decision makers, gain advanced industry insights and take part in inspirational discussions, make sure to book your ticket by 17 June and save an extra 15% by entering code 'CCDX'

Daniel Boyle
World Low Cost Airlines Congress
daniel.boyle@terrapinn.com

PS: Book your ticket by 17 June and save an extra 15% by entering code 'CCDX' – or call +44 207 092 1210 to get the best rate!
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