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AviaDev Europe brought together regional airports, airlines, tourism authorities, governments and industry suppliers. In September 2020, AviaDev Europe was the first route development event to go online, facilitating over 200 one-to-one virtual meetings and a conference programme providing key takeaways for the current climate.
AviaDev Europe 2020 through eyes of Chloe Greenbank
The former British Prime Minister’s quote has seldom been more appropriate than now given the impact of the global coronavirus pandemic. It was certainly a directive that was adopted by speakers and delegates alike during this week’s AviaDev Europe online conference. Rising to the theme of adapt, develop and engage, the overriding message from discussions was clear – don’t be afraid, address the challenges, adjust your model and do not waste this downturn.
Fleet Reduction, Testing and a new Hydrogen Concept
We spoke to Max Oldorf, CCO at CH-aviation. Max shares his thoughts on further fleet reduction and other developments at Lufthansa, new hydrogen concept presented by Airbus and finally IATA´s call for covid-testing of air passengers before departure
How regional aircraft are helping to rebuild the aviation industry
There are many reasons why we can still be optimistic about the future of regional aviation. So stated three panelists representing Embraer, De Havilland and ATR as they discussed how choosing the right aircraft type can help rebuild the aviation industry.
The UK’s aviation industry is at risk of putting off capacity and losing access to low-fare airlines, according to Ryanair’s director of marketing Dara Brady. He stated that the unwillingness of the UK government to scrap Air Passenger Duty (APD) was leaving British airports in an uncompetitive position for the future, and that airline capacity would end up going elsewhere.