NEW FOR THIS YEAR: LEASE MANAGEMENT
This year’s Airline E&M: North America is going to be co-located with our Aircraft & Engine Lease Management conference.
We’re co-locating our 2-day Airline E&M conference with a whole extra day on Aircraft & Engine Lease Management. We’re currently researching and writing the agenda, which will be ready towards the end of June! Keep your eyes peeled.
DATES ANNOUNCED: OCTOBER 15-17, IN MONTREAL
Montreal. We thought that’d get your attention.
Airline Engineering & Maintenance: North America, which launched last year in San Francisco, saw “the most wanted men” in MRO get together in San Francisco for two days of intense and vibrant debate and discussion on the state of the industry in North America. The conference presented a unique opportunity to get face to face with the very people driving the development of airline engineering and maintenance and learn what the future holds in store – and play an active role in influencing this.
By overwhelmingly popular demand the 2013 event is taking place in Montreal – a city which prides itself in being a hub for aviation and those who service it. The city and the venue – Montreal’s Hotel Omni Mont-Royal – provide an unbeatable backdrop for this gathering of airlines, MROs, OEMs, lessors and other stakeholders in the MRO landscape.
With so much on offer at Airline E&M: North America as well as the greater Montreal area, we’re confident you won’t want to miss this one. Make sure you plan wisely so you have the time and budget for possibly the best ROI you’ll get from attending an event this year.
Preparations are already underway. Get in touch if you want to get involved or register your interest now to make sure you’re the first to hear when the program launches.
CHECK OUT OUR CONTENT.
With the event fast approaching, we asked some of our leading speakers to take some time out to answer a few questions for us and our team at Aircraft Technology Engineering & Maintenance Magazine. Bill Collins, American Airlines was first up:
“Our current situation presents major challenges, but also major opportunities. We must quickly implement significant changes to our business and become a more efficient and flexible airline. Driving that change will be painful at times and require tough decisions. But if we can navigate through this process successfully, we can revitalise our airline and create a brighter future for everyone.”
Click here to hear more from Bill Collins as well as interviews with Republic Airways, Airlines for America and JetBlue Airways.