Distinguished airlines and aviation experts are confirmed for the 2024 CAPA Airline Leader Summit – Airlines in Transition billed to hold 7-8 March 2024 in Granada, Spain.
The event is the lead in CAPA’s series of global summits for 2024, which encompasses events to be held across the Asia Pacific, the Americas and Europe.
The agenda offers comprehensive coverage of the air travel industry and the vital issues that are shaping the sector at the regional level and beyond.
The 2024 edition of the CAPA Airline Leader Summit – Airlines in Transition is set to explore the ever-changing business models of airlines around the world, with deep dives into best practices for a sustainable future.
Notable among the airlines and aviation thought-leaders speaking at the Summit include: CEO, Ryanair DAC, Eddie Wilson; CEO, Airbaltic, Martin Gauss; CEO, Dubai Airports, Paul Griffiths; CEO, Ethiopian Airlines, Mesfin Tasew Bekele; CEO, Transavia, Marcel de Nooijer; Sara Bogdan, Director, Head of Sustainability & ESG, JetBlue Airways and Jonathon Counsell, Group Head of Sustainability, IAG.
With rapidly shifting passenger preferences, the ongoing rise of global awareness around environmental sustainability and instability in global economies and financial markets, the airline business models are rapidly pivoting to adapt to ever changing circumstances.
Beyond this, the entire travel ecosystem is also looking to build their long-term strategies for the world of post-pandemic travel as the recovery transitions into a more stable situation.
The 2024 edition of the Airline Leader Summit will also include a breakout stream focused on the air finance and leasing markets designed to broaden the scope of content available to attendees and delegates.
The 2024 CAPA Airline Leader Summit – Airlines in Transition provides an unparalleled opportunity to gain high level strategic insight and in-depth understanding of the forces that are changing the face of global aviation.
As CAPA’s marquee event, previous CAPA Airline Leader Summits have gathered hundreds of CEOs and other high-level executives from hundreds of airlines, airports, and travel industry suppliers from across the globe.
The two-day Summit provides a unique and valuable networking opportunity, with access to thought leaders, decision makers and trend shapers.
CAPA – Centre for Aviation is one of the world’s most trusted sources of market intelligence for the aviation and travel industry.
Since its establishment in 1990, CAPA has developed a formidable global network of aviation researchers and analysts located across Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.