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CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation & Corporate Travel Summit

Sydney, Australia
7-8 Aug 2019

Thursday 8 August 2019

8:00
Registration, Networking & Coffee
9:00
Chairman’s Welcome
CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison
9:05
Partnership Strategy: Welcoming 60 Million Foreigners to Japan
Japan Airlines, Representative Director, Executive Vice President, Tadashi Fujita
9:25
The great debate: Airport regulation, friend or foe?
Airport regulation is important. Airports are vertically integrated businesses.
Landside - do 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
Panel:
  • ACCC, General Manager – Infrastructure and Transport, 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, Sustainability, Andrew Parker
  • Regional Express, Deputy Chairman, John Sharp
10:15
Analyst panel: What’s really going on within the competitive market within Australia?
Our panel of leading market 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
Panel:
  • 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 Ratings, Director, Corporate Ratings, Graeme Ferguson
  • UBS, Analyst - Transport & Infrastructure, Matt Ryan
11:05
Coffee Break & Networking
11:45
The right decision: Government investment in Western Sydney Airport
Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Deputy Secretary, Ms Pip Spence
12:05
Social impact in the travel and aviation industry - gender diversity, Indigenous affairs, environment and more
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
Panel:

  • 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
12:50
What is coming from the East? Is China going to eat our lunch?
Skyscanner, Vice President Commercial, Hugh Aitken
13:10
Chairman's Closing remarks
CAPA - Centre for Aviation, Chairman Emeritus, Peter Harbison
13:20
Close of Conference & Lunch