Australia Pacific Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit | 1-2 Aug 2017
- Is it realistic to have nine or 10 Chinese airlines serving Australia/NZ?
- What impact will China have on the global bilateral air policy system?
- How much of the Asian market is there for the taking by Australia/NZ airlines vs …
- Chinese visitors in Australia/NZ highly concentrated around Jan/Feb. How to drive year-round sustainability?
- China is big, but we shouldn’t ignore other Asian markets. What are the other less well-known and exciting inbound developments?
Tourism Australia, MD & CEO, …
BIS Oxford Economics, Head of Australia Macroeconomics, Sarah Hunter
Foster+Partners, Partner, Antoinette Erickson Nassopoulos
Hawaiian Airlines, President & CEO, Mark Dunkerley
Fiji Airways, Chief Marketing Officer, Marc Cavaliere
AccorHotels Asia Pacific, Chairman and CEO, Michael Issenberg
Qantas Airways, Group Executive Government, Industry and International Affairs, Andrew Parker
In conversation with CAPA, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison.
- Evolving from global alliance thinking to more tailored market specific partnerships
- Operating new dual and multi-brand strategies: are they the way of the future as short and long haul LCCs change the equilibrium?
- Establishing a low cost base now …
- Australia is home to some of the most innovative airlines on the world stage. Where are the expansion opportunities offshore?
- Update on Asia’s geopolitical and aviation risks and opportunities. The latest on ASEAN open skies.