New Challenges for European Corporation Aviation




March 2, 2018


New challenges for European corporate aviation

to be discussed by senior executives in Malta



London, UK, March 2, 2018: Aeropodium is the organiser of the 6th ECAS - European Corporate Aviation Summit to be held on March 8, 2018 in Malta.

Following the previous success of ECAS, the 6th Summit will explore the latest developments in the corporate aviation sector of Europe and new business opportunities and challenges. It will also provide the platform for manufacturers and operators as well as any organization interested in this marketplace, to explore all aspects affecting the future of this industry. It is a unique opportunity to debate the future of business aviation, learn about the latest developments, discuss different business models, enhance our knowledge about the European market, learn about the regional infrastructure development, and network with leading experts.
Who should attend: Business aircraft operators, manufacturers, consultants, bankers, airport executives, leasing and financing companies, insurance companies and all professionals with an interest in the growth of business aviation and future opportunities in Europe.

This event will be chaired by Dr. Jonathan De Giovanni, Partner, WDM International. The platinum sponsor of ECAS is Commsoft. In addition, the event is supported by WDM International as the silver sponsor and Ganado Advocates as an associate sponsor.

Expert speakers will contribute with their knowledge and experience. The agenda includes presentations from Chris Borg of Deloitte, Dr. George Bugeja of Ganado Advocates, James Carroll of JSSI, Tatiana Chernyavskaya of FlightSafety International, Giles Cornwall of Holland & Knight, Matthew Delamere of Eyelevel, Malcolm Falzon of Camilleri Preziosi, Nick Godwin of Commsoft, Glen Heavens of Synergy Aviation, Michael Rusetski of Mesotis Jets, Ivan Veretennikov of ArcosJet, and Capt. Ray Zarb of Falcon Alliance Group.

Panagiotis Panagopoulos, CEO and Founder of Aeropodium stated that “the 6th ECAS offers a unique opportunity to enhance our knowledge, participate in great debates, and meet the experts”.

The conference agenda will cover themes such as making business aviation costs predictable through maintenance programs, MRO IT systems and technology trends, image is everything, EU aviation VAT, legal aspects of buying and selling business aircraft, the hidden costs of operating across Europe, shortage of high qualified pilots, aircraft financing and leasing, buying new vs buying preowned, the potential use of blockchain in the aviation sector, regulation of airport slots, and the pilot training trends.

Aeropodium has completed 141 projects in 26 countries since 2009 when it was founded by Panagiotis Panagopoulos who has 18 years of experience in the production of international aviation conferences and training seminars. It develops, markets and organizes aviation events worldwide following the market developments and meeting the demands of aviation professionals in all sectors of the industry.

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