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Meet the 100 Most Influential People in Iranian Aviation & Travel over Two Historic Days

The First Vice President of Iran, four Cabinet Ministers and over 20 CEOs of Iranian aviation and tourism companies will headline the delegation attending the CAPA Iran Aviation Summit on 24/25 January in Tehran.

The Iranian delegation comprises the 100 most influential people in Iranian aviation and travel. They will be joined by more than 150 industry leaders from around the world, meeting to discuss the potential of the market in a post-sanctions environment.

This will be the first major international aviation summit to be held in Iran in almost 40 years and has been convened with the full backing of Iran’s aviation authorities and industry leaders.

The Iran delegation comprises:

*Subject to final confirmation

Foreign airlines that will be represented at the Summit include AirAsia (Group CEO), LOT Polish (CEO), Turkish Airlines (CEO), Oman Air (CCO) and Air Astana (SVP Sales & Marketing).

For a full Iranian delegate attendee list, please contact events@centreforaviation.com

View the event website here.

Registrations still available, but be quick: Last day is 16 January

CAPA is still accepting expressions of interest in delegate places (maximum 2 per organisation) until 16 January, which will allow time for visa processing/authorisation for most nationalities. Please contact events@centreforaviation.com

Security update

The safety, security and overall experience of our delegates is paramount not only for CAPA, but also for our hosts. We therefore monitor the geo-political situation carefully. The Iranian government and its aviation industry view this Summit as being far too important for the long-term development of aviation, tourism and their economy, to risk any inconvenience to foreign guests and the potential negative repercussions which this would cause them.

Our hosts receive a daily briefing from the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and we are in regular contact with our Embassy. Given heightened global risks and volatility (even before the incidents of the last few days), nobody can guarantee security in any part of the world today, including in Western capitals, as recent events have shown. However, for now, we have been advised that the situation on the ground in Tehran is perfectly normal and stable and there is at present no reason to expect that to change. We are therefore proceeding with the Summit as scheduled but will continue to closely monitor the situation.

View the event website here.

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