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Exports generated by international tourism reached USD 1.7 trillion in 2018, a 4% increase in real terms over the previous year, a new report from the World Tourism Organization shows. For the seventh year in a row, tourism exports grew faster than merchandise exports (+3%), reflecting solid demand for international travel in a generally robust economic environment.
The same report shows outbound tourism spending from Australia increased 10% year-on-year in 2018, making it one of the fastest growing of the world’s top 10 source markets.
- What key markets are performing well?
- What markets are ripe for growth?
- How are fares out of Australia performing
- Will a lower Australian Dollar force local travellers to holiday domestically rather than internationally?
Moderator: Tourism Futures International, Managing Director, Bob Cain
- Australia India Travel & Tourism Council, Chairman, Sandip Hor
- China Southern Airlines, Director of Sales and Marketing AUS & NZ, Kevin Xu
- Tourism New Zealand, General Manager Australia, Andrew Waddel
Airport regulation is important. Airports are vertically integrated businesses. Landside – do give airports give enough space on site for rideshares, car parking, are ride-shares being overcharged? Airside – aircharges are rising – is that a sign of market pricing?Fuel lines – is there competition in the supply of jetbill?
Moderator: CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison
- ACCC, General Manager – Infrastructure Regulation Division, Matthew Schroder
- AIPA, President, Mark Sedgwick
- Airlines for Australia and New Zealand, Chairman, Graeme Samuel AC
- Frontier Economics, Economist, Anna Wilson
- Qantas, Group Executive Government, Industry, International and Sustainability, Andrew Parker
- Regional Express, Deputy Chairman, John Sharp
Our panel of leading analysts will discuss:
- Where to next for airline stocks? What’s outlook for the key drivers: economic growth, capacity and fuel?
- Who are the ROIC stars and why? how are airlines valued relative to other industrials?
- Which airlines are better placed to weather economic storms?
- How can the industry learn to deal with fuel prices volatility?
- How are airlines faring in containing non-fuel costs?
Moderator: Aviation Week, Senior Air Transport Editor, Adrian Schofield
- Citi, Analyst – Industrials & Transport, Jakob Cakarnis
- Evans and Partners, Head of Research, Cameron MacDonald
- Ord Minnett, Senior Research Analyst, John O’Shea
- S&P Global, Lead Analyst, Director, Graeme Ferguson
- UBS, Analyst – Transport & Infrastructure, Matt Ryan
Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Deputy Secretary, Ms Pip Spence
Japan Airlines, Representative Director, Executive Vice President, Tadashi Fujita
As customers, employees, suppliers and society at large begins to place increasing importance on corporate social responsibility, corporate leaders have started to implement practises which positively contribute to society.
The big challenge for executives is how to develop an approach that can truly deliver on these ambitions. Some innovative companies have managed to overcome this hurdle by partnering with other businesses with social responsibility at its core.
In this important discussion, we will hear from organisations who live and breathe social responsibility, empowering female leaders and those businesses who are drivers for change.
Moderator: International SOS, Director, Risk, Jessica Beatson
- Bioenergy Australia, Chief Executive Officer, Shahana McKenzie
- Etihad Airways, General Manager Australia and New Zealand, Sarah Built
- The Sustainable Traveller, Founder, Dayana Brooke
- World Animal Protection, Executive Director, Simone Clarke
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce discusses some of the airline’s focus areas as it looks to increase its market opportunities in an environment of relatively flat capacity expansion. The carrier is examining new ways to drive additional ancillary revenue, and is planning to grow its North American network through its partnership with American Airlines. Further aircraft orders are also on the horizon.
Qantas, Chief Executive Officer, Alan Joyce
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison
Qantas, Chief Executive Officer, Alan Joyce