Orlando, 4-5 April

Proudly hosted by


 
Robert Fornaro, Spirit Airlines

Robert Fornaro
CEO
Spirit Airlines

Hou Wei

Joe Mohan
VP Alliances & Partnerships
American Airlines
Navigating through turbulent times - Innovation, disruption, Atlantic, Pacific, US and ... Trump!

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David Clark

Stephen Wang
President
Spring Airlines

William Franke, Indigo Partners

Lars Sande
SVP Sales
Norwegian

Only one event this year gives you the best aviation briefing about issues in the Americas and internationally – the CAPA Americas Aviation Summit. The event, is a high-level forum for debate and discussion of strategic issues facing the region’s aviation industry and will attract airline and travel industry CEOs from across the Americas region, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. The event is hosted by Orlando International Airport and co-hosted by Visit Orlando, Experience Kissimmee and Visit Florida.

Li Yangmin, China Eastern

Henry Harteveldt
Founder
Atmosphere Research Group

Dr. Zhihang Chi
Gen Mgr North America
Air China
William Franke, Indigo Partners

Tadashi Matsushita
VP Strategic Planning

All Nippon Airways
William Franke, Indigo Partners

Seth Anagnostis
Director Business Development

Routehappy
Jon Ostrower, CNN

Jon Ostrower
Aviation Editor

CNN
Peter Bellew, Malaysia Airline

Roger Dow
CEO
US Travel Association
Jaime Bautista, Philippine Airlines

Peter Cerda
Regional Vice
President, The Americas

IATA

Celso Ferrer
VP Planning
GOL
Stephen Wang, Spring Airlines

Tamur Goudarzi-Pour
VP Sales, The Americas

Lufthansa Group
Stephen Wang, Spring Airlines

Eduardo Iglesias
Executive Director
ALTA
Full speaker list available here >>


Agenda Highlights include:
4 APRIL

DAY 1
HIGHLIGHTS 
Airline Leader Panel: New Leadership, New Challenges
  • Brexit, Trump and the New World Order
  • US vs Middle East carriers – the battle returns
  • Protectionism and Open Skies – is there both in the US?
  • US airlines thrive while Latin American carriers struggle. Will the reverse be true in two years as costs rise for the Big Three?
  • NAFTA, Mexico and new possibilities – and risks
  • Chinese carrier expansion and Pacific alliances
What will Trump do next?

It’s been a tumultuous and aggressive start for the new President, with travel bans and international diplomacy that touches aviation and travel. What does the world think? How is the new administration perceived internationally? What will he do next?

Airline Data: How is Selling & Analysis Changing How Passengers Choose?

The industry is offering new options for airlines, buyers and travelers, changing the way tickets are sold and people travel. What data should we be using and paying attention to? Do airlines get what they want from third-party data?

4 APRIL

NETWORKING & DINNER RECEPTION
Networking & Dinner Reception at Universal Orlando Resort™

















5 APRIL

DAY 2
HIGHLIGHTS
Atlantic Market Changes & Long Haul LCCs: Where will the market be
in five years?
  • How is the introduction of new LCC service across the Atlantic changing how air service is evolving?
  • How will Norwegian’s battle with U.S. authorities and airlines play out?
  • Has the U.S. changed how it approaches foreign airlines?
  • How are booking trends changing in the North Atlantic?
  • Will new international alliances form with new entrant carriers?

Full agenda available here >>


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