CAPA Airline Leader Summit: Making Money 2020
วันที่ 26 - 27 ตุลาคม 2563
ณ Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa
If the first two decades of the 21st century were transformational for the aviation industry, the 2020s will be revolutionary.
CAPA’s Global Airline Outlook for the 2020s predicted that at some stage, during the first half of the decade, there will be an economic downturn, possibly very substantial. On historical trends it is already well overdue and there is little to predict just how great the scope will be. With such a downturn seemingly inevitable, how will airlines continue to be profitable? The answer may lie in technology.
As we settle into this new decade our reliance on technology is set to grow, so it’s inevitable that more disruptors seek opportunities to enter the market. Any of the major online consumer facing companies already have adequate data and analytics to disrupt the airline sales process such as Google, Amazon, Facebook and Alibaba. Meanwhile, airlines are working to better leverage the volumes of data they already collect on a regular basis and increasingly tout their applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Research estimates investment in AI by the aviation sector to grow from USD152 million in 2018 to USD2.22 billion by 2025.
We invite you to join us along with airline executives from around the globe in Dublin on 26-27 October 2020 as we take a deep dive into technology and how we expect it to revolutionise the industry with everything from retailing to aviation sustainability.
With a stellar line up of executives from Air France KLM, Air Serbia, CityJet, SkyTeam, Ryanair, Finnair, Air China, and more - we’ll address these, plus several other topics that are affecting airlines today to better understand the factors that may impact bottom lines in 2020.
Our aim is to make a difference - and we’d be delighted to welcome you to our signature CAPA Airline Leader Summit at Powerscourt for the eighth year.