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Article from BTNews 30 SEPTEMBER 2013

Aviation World Summit

The CAPA World Corporate Travel Innovation Summit (Grand Huis ter Duin – Amsterdam, Monday 25 November) has attracted many of the leading global corporate travel buyers and industry representatives from across Europe.  The Summit will examine the strategic opportunities and challenges surrounding the business travel market, with a focus on air procurement.  It will also showcase the latest technology available for corporate travel buyers, travel management companies and the wider industry.
The Corporate Travel Summit on the Monday is followed the next day by the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit which has the key theme for this year of “Asia and the Middle East Changing the World”.  It will feature CEOs from many of the world’s leading airlines, including AirAsia (Tony Fernandes), Cathay Pacific (John Slosar), Emirates (Tim Clark), IAG (Willie Walsh), KLM (Pieter Elbers) and Vueling (Alex Cruz). 

Established in 1990, CAPA – Centre for Aviation is the leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, analysis and data services, covering worldwide developments.  The Centre’s analytical reports and industry research enable senior executives to stay ahead of trends and developments in this fast changing, complex and dynamic industry. http://centreforaviation.com

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