Aviation Outlook Summit 2006 - Boom Times, or Time to Take Cover?

(KUALA LUMPUR: 19 September 2005) The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation is pleased to announce it will be hosting its Asia Pacific Aviation Outlook Summit 2006 conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 5-6 December 2005.

The annual Summit is a high level review of the major challenges and opportunities facing the Asia Pacific and Middle East airport, airline and tourism markets in the year ahead, with projections and strategic plans directly from the senior executives of major aviation organisations, as well as top level government officials and Ministers.
According to The Centre’s Managing Director, Peter Harbison, “Kuala Lumpur was selected due to the strong local support for attracting industry benchmark events and its importance as a regional aviation hub. Senior executives will be giving their views on the key success factor for 2005 and the drivers for success again in 2006, including the major strategic opportunities and challenges for the industry and government”.
The Summit will also feature the Annual CAPA Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence, to be presented at a Gala Dinner on 5 December.
The Centre will be conducting a sponsor roadshow in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur on 27-30 September for industry to hear more about the event, the programme and sponsorship opportunities.
For more information about the upcoming Outlook Summit 2006 sponsor roadshow in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur on 27-30 September, please contact Misty Cambray by email: mc@centreforaviation.com

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