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CAPA-Aviation Week Network Airline Operations Leaders' Summit in Seville

December 2nd, 2019

Aviation Week Network and CAPA - Centre for Aviation will join forces to bring you the inaugural Airline Operations Leaders’ Summit. As the powerhouses in aviation analysis, the two organisations couple their strengths in Aerospace, Aftermarket and MRO data, with leading airline strategy, news and events to present this ground-breaking event.     

To be held in Seville, Spain on 2/3-Dec-2019, the Summit formulates the only high-level platform available for airline operational leadership to holistically confront the key strategic issues affecting the sector.  

The Summit will gather C-level executives from the global airline and the aftermarket community to address key operational issues impacting airlines. The event will also feature the inaugural CAPA-Aviation Week Network Airline Operations Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner, which will recognise strategic leadership in the aviation industry. The awards are not driven by customer surveys or sponsorship and are researched by an independent panel of judges.