Enlarged event format: 6 conferences at the same venue
WINGS OF THE FUTURE
AND FINANCE ISSUES
35 UNDER 35
AIRCRAFT PURCHASE AND RETURN.
LEGAL, TAX AND FINANCE ISSUES
• Actual trends and recent events on aviation finance market
• Airline taxation 2018 outlook
• Customs procedures for aircraft relocation
• What’s new in EEC customs regulations
• Russian court practices and international commercial arbitration
• Fundraising – problems and solutions
• Refinancing and corporate restructuring of airlines
• Restructuring an airline’s debt portfolio
• Legal support of aircraft registration jurisdiction issues, corporate and contract regulations of airline business
WINGS OF THE FUTURE
Wings of the Future is a must-visit ground where leading international experts, aviation market players and trend-setters, aerospace scientists will share their brand new and probably provocative opinions about upcoming changes in development of different sectors of civil aviation.
• Innovations in aircraft MRO – overview of key application areas
• Digital technologies in MRO
• 3D-technologies in aircraft MRO - 3D-printing, virtual reality and 3D-scanning
• Aircraft cabin modification cases
• State regulations of business aviation market in Russia
• Business aviation market in Russia and the CIS – current status, forecasts and prospects
• Business aviation’s growth areas under unstable economy and sliding demand
• Aircraft management under unstable economy
• Open dialogue between business aviation experts “What is more efficient for the Russian market – on-line apps or personal customer service?”
• Developing and upgrading business aviation infrastructure in economically relevant Russian regions
35 UNDER 35
YOUNG INDUSTRY TALENT AWARD
The 35 under 35 Award is all about identifying – and presenting to the community – 35 young talented top-and mid-tier managers of commercial aviation companies, who are implementing innovative ideas, and bringing new energy into business development. Those people, who are shaping the future of the industry.
• Regional air transport – revising the markets and models
• Evolution of regional air travel in Russia – raising the efficiency of state subsidy programs, review of their further development perspectives
• Developing regional air transport market in current economical conditions
• Regional air travel – upgrade strategies and growth drivers
• A general overview of regional air travel
• Designing a regional route network
• Role of an airport in developing passenger air services
• Evolution of non-aviation business at regional airports
• Airline and airport interaction for development of regional air travel
End of 2016 marked another turning point for Russia’s air transport industry, which went into a steep climb. The causes for this change are still to be analyzed and fully comprehended, but just in five months of this year the country’s airlines carries 35.81 million passengers, up 22% on the same period last year. In May industry-wide traffic growth rate reached 26%. International traffic has been surging at an even higher rate of 36.7% in the first four months of the year. All this is apparently good news.
But the interesting new is that this aggressive growth is once again accompanied by the features so typical for the Russian air travel market, and which shaped its pre-crisis condition. One of these features is disproportionate capacity growth. By now the capacity has increased by nearly 15%, which is roughly equivalent to the capacity reduction caused by Transaero’s bankruptcy.
This unrestrained capacity growth is inevitably linked to price wars of everyone against everyone, a worsening shortage of qualified staff both in the sky and on the ground, and suppliers’ avid pursuit to get their share of the pie by any means, here and now.
Once again, all of the deficiencies of ground and air infrastructure, regulations both Russian and international manifest themselves clearly, dramatically and extremely painfully, as well as disbalance in ruble and currency cash-flow, and the industry’s overall disability to pursue a thought-out and concerted policy, to formulate and defend its interests.
Stimulated by the unrestrained capacity growth, the competition is becoming ever more fierce, leading to price dumping and reduction in operational revenues.
The only way not to stall on yet another maneuver of the ruthless flight is to raise the efficiency of all market stake-holders. Information is the key to efficiency, the base for shaping a winning strategy. International aviation forum Wings of the Future – is a priceless source of information for all those who are striving to understand what the future holds for the Russian air travel market.
co-chairman of the organizing committee
Global trends of air transport industry development.
Search for synergy of government support and market mechanisms.
Practical cases from the leading international experts.
Best practices of implementing new MRO technologies from modifications to customized solutions.
The largest conference for business aviation market
in Russia & CIS.
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Airlines at the previous conferences
Commercial Diector, airport Begishevo
«At the Forum
all the questions
we had to airlines regarding future cooperation»
Managing Director, Airbus (Moscow Representative Office)
«The new concept
of the Forum allows
to meet different
in the industry apart from airlines.
More manufacturers and suppliers this year.
We are happy about it»
Vice President Commercial Aviation — Europe, Middle East, Russia and Central Asia, Embraer
«Impressed by professional approach and attendance.
It is the place to talk
to our potential future customers»
Managing Partner, AEROPARTNER — Aviation Solutions Group
«At the Forum
we discuss how airlines can increase revenue, expand fleet and geographic coverage, apply new business strategies»
Commercial Head for Airline Distribution & IT, Amadeus
«At the Forum
we discuss how
to generate more profits to airline shareholders»
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