Airline University

 

Airline University - Day One

Airline University
10:00

Ancillary revenue strategies

Ancillary revenue continues to be an important revenue stream for the airlines. How to increase sales? Do you know what your customers want? What are the barriers and solutions to customised ancillary offerings, targetted messages and payment?
Airline University
11:00

Creating a start-up airline

Everybody's dream to create an airline. What are the pitfalls? What are the steps? Where to get the fundings?
Airline University
12:00

Entering new market: A case study of Nepal’s aviation industry

Entering a new market can be an exciting and also aching experience due to both the opportunities and risks involved. This presentation will give an example of a market analysis, what makes it a great destination and what challenges for internal and external parties (e.g. airlines, airports, air travel partners) to break through.
Airline University
13:00

Advanced approach to pilot training

The talk aims to present the recent initiatives in the pilot domain on how to meet the cadet’s professional and personal requirements. This is important as the aviation industry is growing at an exponential rate and the need for professional pilots is crucial.
Airline University
14:00

The future of long-haul low-cost

Is it operationally, commercially and network technically possible for low-cost airlines to start a long-haul operation? Will eventually LCCs be as powerful on longer routes as they are today on short ones in much of the world?
Airline University
15:00

Airline reputation management in digital age: What to say, when to say and how to do it?

With social media, the news can be flashed around the world before the airlines are fully aware of the event. Join us for practical tips on how social media is redefining crisis communications and how to turn open communication from threats to opportunities.
Airline University
16:00

Distribution strategies: The way forward

Airlines want to be more effective in how they sell, so that travelers find the value they seek and airlines can be more profitable. Join us to find out how airline distribution will evolve from its current passive, rigid, and technology-centric state to a more flexible, dynamic, and passenger-centric environment which we call active distribution.
last published: 06/Dec/17 11:45 GMT

 

Airline University - Day Two

Airline University
10:00

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Airline University
11:00

Opportunities and challenges of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for airline marketers

Airlines are beginning to show interest in new and emerging technologies like AI, VR and AR to enhance business efficiency and improve customer experiences. Join us as we explore the latest technologies that will play a crucial role in reshaping the air transport industry.
Airline University
12:00

Low cost vs Full service? What are the lessons from Europe?

The European market is changed a lot in the last 20 years thanks to the liberalisation process. LCCs are now in the top five in terms of passengers and many full service carriers had to change their business model. LCCs are more and more hybrid and the competition is coming also in the long haul sector.In some cases, concentration of the market was made not just by merger but by the failure of some airlines. Are Alitalia, Air Berlin and Monarch an example that it has not to be repeated in the Asian market? What are the lessons from Europe?
Airline University
13:00

Aviation education & training quality: Hard cake to bake

The presentation will cover the key concerns and challenges in aviation education, especially how training courses keep up-to-date as practices and technologies evolve. Also, we will take a look at some of the new training methods (including choices of instructors, instruction style, and instructional techniques) to provide ongoing education to develop and maintain both technical and non-technical skills.
Airline University
14:00

Airlines in social media

Social media is also a great way to build up a business, but it can tear it down again just as quickly. Explore how to use social media to better engage with fans, enhance your brand image and ultimately increase your profitability.
Airline University
15:00

Brand and brand loyalty

For airlines, the concept of brand-loyalty is fluid. People may favour a certain brand of airline, but a whole host of practical issues – including schedule, flyer miles, routes, price and seat availability – are more important to them. What does it take to build a successful airline brand? Also, does brand loyalty even exist anymore?
last published: 06/Dec/17 11:45 GMT

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