International aviation on trial:
The second European Aviation Symposium taking place January 28 & 29, 2020 in Munich features

leading experts, politicians and executives from the airline industry
exciting keynotes, panels & workshops
high-level industry contacts

Since the successful first European Aviation Symposium (EAS) highlighted the urgent need to face these disruptive challenges, the second EAS will focus on finding solutions with a new, holistic and industry-wide perspective and in balance of political objectives so as to secure sustainable economic growth.
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The preliminary program is available here, which is updated constantly (Status October 17th, 2019).
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Day 1 – January 28, 2020
Aviation – Driver or be driven in future aero-political decisions in Europe?
Aviation – Driver or be driven in future aero-political decisions in Europe?
The role of aviation in Europe's future Mobility and much more questions will be discussed, for example:

Is the the climate change discussion a tsunami for aviation affecting future travel behaviour, international trade and tourism significantly? • Does aviation already answer the climate debate satisfactorily? • Is flying too cheap? • Will we ever see a European Single Sky? • EU guidelines on state aid to airports – a killer for regional airports in 2024? • Aviation infrastructure – a risk for Europes competitiveness? • Quo Vadis Aviation? – Aeropolitical Initiatives from EU member states • How can regional flight traffic survive in times of market consolidation and concentration?

The following speakers will focus these questions and give ideas, solutions and answers:

Dr. Michael Kerkloh, Former CEO, Munich Airport, Kenny Jacobs, CMO Ryanair, Peter Oncken, CEO Intro Aviation, Arnaud Feist, CEO Brussels Airport, John Hanlon, Head of International Government and Industry Affairs Norwegian Airlines, Karsten Benz, Chairman Supervisory Board, DRONIQ, Christopher Losmann, SVP Aviation & Sales, Salzburg Airport, Ludger van Bebber, CEO, Airport Weeze, Jaan Albrecht, CEO Saudi Arabian Airlines
Kenny Jacobs
CMO, Ryanair
Dr. Michael Kerkloh
Former CEO, Munich Airport
Peter Oncken
CEO, Intro Aviation
Jaan Albrecht
CEO, Saudi Arabian Airlines
Arnaud Feist
CEO, Brussels Airport
Disruptive developments in aviation distribution and commercial
Disruptive developments in aviation distribution and commercial
This block addresses the following issues:

The future of ticket sales in times of global retailers. • Will airlines retain control over their inventory despite Google, Amazon & Co changing the distribution landscape? • NDC/One Order: Success story, unfulfilled expectations or still work in progress? • How do Chatbots, AI, Blockchain and other technologies change Airline Sales and Revenue Management? • What we can learn from Tokyo Haneda Airport, the most punctual airport in the world? • Customer Convenience vs. Security – an unsolvable conflict? • How Airports can benefit from cooperation and partnerships?
Day 2 – January 29, 2020
New Mobility — curse or blessing for airlines and airports
New Mobility — curse or blessing for airlines and airports
The following topics and opinions are discussed:

Does Europe need a New Mobility? • Will trains, busses etc. replace short-haul flights in the future? • Do we need stronger regulations to push a shift from aviation to other modes of transport? • Climate, infrasturcture, consolidation...how Lufthansa faces the growing pressure from politicians, customers and competitors? • Inter-modal cooperations and partnerships – opportunities and challenges • Showcase and Elevator Pitch: Initiatives and products for a New Mobility
Tourism: The challenges for airlines, destinations and the change of business models
Tourism: The challenges for airlines, destinations and the change of business models
It's all about this:

Tourism Carriers between Low-Cost-Competition and the requirements of the Tour Operators • From a charter carrier to a digital business: The development of leisure flight • The development of holiday flights in Europe in an uncertain environment • Growth in a mature market – Palma de Mallorca as Leisure Hub • The future of leisure flights to Spain and Mallorca • New opportunities in the Turkish Flight Sector • The future of leisure aviation in Turkey

The following speakers will focus these questions and give ideas, solutions and answers:


Kenny Jacobs
CMO, Ryanair
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Included in the ticket price: Entry to the event on both days; participation in the evening function on January 28, 2020; access to the speakers’ presentation notes (if available) as well as meals during the day and in the evening.

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Andreas auf der Heiden
Telefon: 040 41448-831
E-Mail: a.aufderheiden@fvw-medien.de