Alliances in aviation are changing

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With increasing competition from low-cost carriers, alliances and partnerships are playing an increasingly important role for full-service carriers. Almost all full-service carriers are partnering with others to expand their network and service additional regions, either as part of an alliance or an individual partnership.

But what changes will we need to make to the existing partnership model to take account of new market players and changing consumer mindsets?

We’ll be exploring just that on our “Evolving Partnerships Panel” at the forthcoming Aviation Festival Asia in Singapore later this month.

Four full-service airlines from three continents will share their perspectives:
Michael Chook, Senior Director of Alliances & Partnership, Hawaiian Airlines
Dermot Mannion, Deputy Chairman, Royal Brunei Airlines
Michael Burke, Assistant Director – Commercial, Hong Kong Airlines
Aditya Khullar, Director & Head – Southeast Asia & Pacific, Swiss International Air Lines

Moderated by Aviado Partners‘ Shakeel Adam, join us as we explore how FSCs are refocusing network partnerships and new opportunities for cross-industry collaboration. With over 100 years of industry experience combined, this panel is one you definitely want to make time for!

This session features in our Aviation Outlook track, one of seven tracks running at Aviation Festival Asia. Join us and hear from over 150 speakers in just 2 days.

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