The CEE Aviation Conference and Business Consulting Ltd. is holding its 4th aviation summit, and, for first time, in Warsaw. It will cover the latest industry news and updates, current technologies and future trends of the aviation sector. We aim to analyze airline and airport business development strategies in the CEE region, all while providing business networking opportunities for guests, sponsors, speakers and the media.
This will be an event where aviation decision-makers, airlines' and airports' CEOs and Top executives, along with EU experts, economy policy experts, and domestic and foreign aviation analysts can meet and discuss the CEE, European and global situation, and of course, outlook for the future.
The Conference will take place on 06-07 November in the Airport Hotel Okęcie, in Warsaw, Poland. The following guest speakers have already confirmed with more to be announced soon:
Mr Thomas Reynaert, Managing Director of Airlines for Europe A4E, Ms Anca Apahidean, Area Manager Central and Eastern Europe, IATA, Mr Jiri Marek, GM, Air Serbia, Mr Rafał Milczarski, CEO & President of the Management Board, LOT Polish Airlines, Ms Laura Joffe, COO of the Lithuanian Airports, Mr Ralph Anker, Chief Editor and Analyst, ANKER REPORT, Mr. Mariusz Szpikowski, CEO of PPL, Director of Warsaw Chopin Airport and Mr. Marek Litwin Director Airport Strategy and Planning at Solidarity Transport Hub Poland
„The CEE region remains the most dynamic region in Europe. Its aviation industry is experiencing a rapid growth which follows the trend among Western European countries. Strong industrialization in the recent years along with more disposable income is driving the aviation sector on both corporate and recreational levels. Flag carriers are maintaining growth and are turning profitable due in part to flat oil prices and also to strong regional economic growth. And so LCC carriers are set for exponential growth. Our aim is for this year’s conference to be the Business Forum in both the short and long term for the region’s industry leaders. In doing so, the conference will offer a strong networking opportunity to do business and to exchange best practices. Several panels, presentations, case studies and best practice sessions will take place during the Conference on 06-07 November 2019. EU Commission, IATA, A4E and Europe and CEE’s prominent Airline and Airport Heads will discuss the latest trends and deliver their best practice models with the shared aim of taking the CEE region to a next level. The 2019 CEE Aviation Annual Conference will provide a forum to reflect on the relationship between the internationalization of aviation and institutional responses to these important global challenges.”
Conference subtopics will include:
Key Sponsors and Partners: WCBKT S.A. - Central Military Bureau of Design and Technology S.A., Travelport and Airlines For Europe and IATA.