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Digital health apps such as IATA’s Travel Pass have the potential to restart aviation and get the industry back on its feet. This webinar aims to looked into the potential of this technology, the challenges to its implementation and its role beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
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Establishing and maintaining trust in flying will be key to getting back to 2019 level of travel.
As the industry adapts, airlines need to look at how they can limit the physical interaction between employees and passengers without diminishing the passenger experience.
In this session, IBM, Apple and leading airline speakers discuss how leveraging mobile technologies can transform the travel experience while enabling a touchless travel. We will hear from the panel how this is being done at leading airlines around the world to make travel safe and enjoyable again.
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Join us for a one-on-one interview with the CEO of Volaris Enrique Beltranena. We will be discussing how Volaris plan to emerge from this crisis and understanding more about the impact on the South American aviation market.
The travel industry's next normal will be defined by companies that effectively rebuild traveler trust, as they introduce more elasticity into their operations and business models. Airlines and airports can transition from crisis management to effective recovery planning in the following ways:
As the aviation business prepares for a longer period of co-existence with the coronavirus, INFORM has already been working with its customers to implement further digital solutions aimed at both protecting staff and passengers from the risks of infection as well as strengthening operations in an environment of increased uncertainty.
Based on this experience, Uschi Schulte-Sasse, Senior Vice President of INFORM Aviation, will share advice on building a resilient ground operation adapted to today's novel circumstances.
IATA's Chief Economist Brian Pearce joins us to give his insight on the outlook for global aviation in 2021. Topics covered will include:
Join us on June 16th for an interactive session on Sustainable Aviation Fuels. We will be covering a wide variety of topics and tapping into their current status.
Some of the topics will be:
After a presentation by Neste, you are cordially invited to participate in a live Q&A.
Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson sits down exclusively with Joanna Geraghty, President and COO, JetBlue to discuss:
We spoke to Mastercard about the travel payment value chain. Topics include:
The webinar will be covering a brief overview of the current situation, looking at influencing factors impacting supply & demand and how companies connected to the airline business can be thinking of new ways to innovate to adapt to the changes coming.
Wizz Air Holdings CEO József Váradi sits down with John Strickland to discuss:
Covid19 reveals the necessity for change in travel retail in the airline business. Airlines need to re-think and adapt their business to find ways how to increase spend-per-pax. In this webinar we’ll show the post-COVID-19 future of airline travel retail. We’ll discuss how airlines can develop new strategies for ancillary revenue growth through travel retail, inflight-shopping and F&B pre-order.
Hosted by Kian Gould, Founder & CEO, AOE
Speaker: Vimal Kumar Rai, MD, TRACE Consulting
Long-term impact of corona on airlines and travel retail
✈ The death of the trolley and the future of inflight shopping
✈ Strategies how to achieve an increased spend-per-pax through new digital business models along the customer journey
✈ Case study: insights of how Singapore Airlines already achieved this
In conversation with SITA CEO Barbara Dalibard.
COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on the air transport industry, requiring a new approach to how the industry operates as it emerges from this crisis. This will establish a new normal where operational cost efficiencies, health as a key element of a safe and secure journey and ensuring long-term sustainability will be fundamental to the industry’s recovery and resurgence.
To support this recovery requires the right mix of technology, trust and collaboration between industry players and rethinking the processes that underpin travel.
The airline industry has been hit extremely hard by the COVID-19 crisis, and our thoughts go out to the airlines, airports and wider supply chain that have been irrevocably impacted.
To stay connected in these unprecedented times, we've hosted three "State of Play" webinars where we discussed the circumstances for Europe, the US and the APAC region respectively.
Due to the interest and amount of questions that we've received we've decided to bring back our team of experts to answer them all in a live Q&A for a full hour on the 28th April.
John Strickland, Director, JLS Consulting
✈ Zheng Lei, President, IAR - Institute for Aviation Research
✈ Henry Harteveldt, President, Atmosphere Research Group
✈ Shashank Nigam, Chief Executive Officer, SimpliFlying
With more restrictions being placed on travel to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, learn how airline brands can minimize the eroding effect on their brands.
Hosted by Shashank Nigam , Chief Executive Officer, SimpliFlying
✈ Why COVID-19 is different from most crises airlines have dealt with previously
✈ How top airlines have been responding to the crisis
✈ How to avoid mistakes that can erode brand trust
✈ Leadership in times of crisis
✈ How to create a culture of crisis readiness for the future
The aviation industry is in disarray, due to the wide impact of Covid-19 the state of the industry has fundamentally changed. Our thoughts go out to the airlines and wider supply chain that have been irrevocably impacted by this worldwide event.