Nguyen Thi Thuy Binh | Vice President
VietJet Air

Nguyen Thi Thuy Binh, Vice President, VietJet Air

Ms. Binh is a leading expert in aviation in Vietnam. She has nearly 10 years experience working for airlines as a senior leader. Furthermore, she has 16 years of experience working at high-level position in the field of communication and marketing for a number of highprofile companies. Ms. Binh has earned her Masters in Business Administration from Solvay Brussels (Belgium).

Ms. Binh joined Vietjet at the end of 2009 to prepare for the airline’s first flight. As Vietjet Group’s Vice President, she is in charge of the airline’s business development, commerce and services, network planning and marketing and communications with the aim of making Vietjet the most popular airline in Vietnam and around the world by providing not only transportation services but also complete tourism packages via the latest e-commerce strategies. From 2016, as Thai Vietjet’s President & CEO, Ms. Binh has made significant contributions to the airline’s development on its path to becoming a leading carrier in the region.

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Day Two @ 09:00

Keynote Interviews & LCC Leaders Panel: Where do we go from here?

Join us for a series of exclusive interviews, where leaders of major LCCs outline what it takes to succeed in the ultra-competitive low-cost market, how they are innovating their offering to stay ahead of the competition and their perspectives on how low-cost travel sector will evolve in the near and long-term.
 
09:00-09:15: Interview 1
09:15-09:30: Interview 2
09:30-09:45: Interview 3
09:45-10:00: Interview 4


10:00-10:40: Panel
The Asian LCC industry is changing rapidly. Everyday airlines are announcing new routes, ordering new aircrafts, offering new discounts and introducing new products and services. LCC leaders will join us in this panel to share how they keep up with the challenges facing low-cost travel in Asia and beyond, and what opportunities they are acting upon. Some of the issues they will address include:
 
  • How did the market change in 2017? What is the outlook for 2018 and beyond?
  • How can we overcome the critical challenges of overcapacity, weak profitability, pilot shortages, safety concerns and liberalisation? What do the LCCs have in store next?
  • How significant will the impact of long haul LCCs become?
  • Will business travellers and corporates find LCCs more attractive in future?
  • What are the opportunities for LCC alliances, and is there a real appetite for them? Are we heading for a period of consolidation?
  • Where are the biggest new revenue generation opportunities for LCCs?

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