Bringing 5 complementary events together the Aviation Festival is the premier commercial aviation event in Asia.
It's where senior executives from airlines and airports across Asia Pacific and the Middle East convene to network and share ideas on how to boost profits and improve passenger experience.
For the last 11 years the event has brought together thousands of CEOs and senior decision makers from the region's aviation community. This is your best chance to meet them.
Keynote interviews, interactive roundtables, workshops and plenty of networking opportunities will help you get the most from the event.
It helps explain the Aviation Festival Asia 2015
The Premium Conference Ticket gives you access to the entire event schedule, plus networking, lunches, refreshments and parties.
Or you can register for a Free Expo Pass giving you access to the exhibition and free on-floor seminars only.
It’s not just about great content.
The size, structure and senior audience of this event allows you to actively engage with new people, develop business relationships and hear about the latest developments in your industry.
Take part in our 1-2-1 partnering, peer-to-peer brainstorms, ground-breaking case studies and source new technologies on offer.
This is the best commercial and business aviation event Asia has to offer in 2015!
No matter where your interest lies, we have content, networking and potential partners for you.
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