23 MARCH 2015


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Article from BTNews 23 MARCH 2015

ERA meets in Rome

The European Regions Airline Association (ERA) returns to Rome for its regional conference during 15-16 April.

Members and non-members are welcome as senior aviation market discuss key issues impacting Europe’s aviation business.

Simon McNamara, Director General and Boet Kreiken, President of ERA, wil be joined by a line-up of speakers including Patrick Ky, Executive Director, EASA; Margus Rahuoja, Director Aviation and International Transport Affairs, European Commission, and Michael Standar, Chief Strategy and External Affairs, SESAR, who will lead a discussion on the future working relationship between politicians and regulators and the aviation industry.

Daniele Cereghetti, CFO, Farnair Group, joins Ian McBain, Managing Director of SkyWorks Capital, in a  discussion on how to source investment in aviation and ensure a healthy balance sheet, while Jesper Rungholm, President and CEO, Danish Air Transport, Martin Isler, Vice President of ERA, and Jean-Louis Colson, Head of Unit for Consumer Rights at the European Commission, will engage panellists and delegates in a lively discussion on the highly controversial, yet very topical, EU261 flight delay compensation regulation.  www.eraa.org/events/era-regional-airline-conference-2015

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