To celebrate 25 years of ASM, we will be hosting a very special Fundamentals of Route Development Training Event in London on 4-5 December.
During a series of panel debates, workshops, new technology demonstrations and classroom style sessions, you will examine and debate the factors impacting your organisation’s future growth ambitions. Join other industry heavyweights, share best practice and explore the key drivers that will shape the next 25 years of aviation.
Hear directly from your peers
The two-day workshop will include a line up of senior airline, airport and industry guests from the world of route development, network planning and marketing. Confirmed speakers include:
- Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut
Director Network Strategy, Development & Planning, Vueling
Your opportunity to meet one of the most dynamic leaders of our industry, Isgut is currently shaping the exciting future strategy for Vueling as part of IAG’s ambitious plans.
- Léon Verhallen
Head of Aviation Development, Brussels Airport
Léon is one of the most successful airport route developers in the industry. A winner of a lifetime achievement award in route development and countless industry awards for his time at Brussels and Amsterdam Airports, Léon will tell us how airports can win new routes and services.
- Jeremy Robinson
Partner, Watson Farley & Williams LLP
A Partner in the London office of Watson Farley & Williams who specialises in EU law, EU Competition law and UK Competition law across all sectors, Robinson will update delegates with his research on the critical topic of Brexit, and what it means for the future of aviation.
- Simon Elliott
Manager Airport Commercial Negotiations – TUI
Simon is a senior negotiator at one of the world’s largest tour operators. Hear directly from TUI around what makes a good deal and how you can influence their route destination decisions.
- Laurie Berryman
Former UK and Ireland General Manager – Emirates
With over 40 years’ commercial airline experience including a long career with Emirates, Laurie will enlighten us on the most important ways airports can stand out from competitors.
- Andrew Armitstead
Fleet and Network Profitability Director, Market Consulting, AIRBUS
As Fleet and Network Profitability Director for Airbus, Andrew and his team work very closely with the CEOs and senior management at a large number of airlines. As such Andrew will share with us interesting insight on how the world’s airlines plan and decide on their future fleet needs, taking into account destinations and networks to be served.
- Hang Zhao
Chinese Aviation Expert
Formerly occupied a senior position at Juneyao Airlines
Hang has a wealth of airline experience having recently held the position of senior network manager with Juneayo Airlines. As part of his role, Hang was responsible for airline relationships with the CAAC and will share with us invaluable insight on how to deliver success with China’s many airline partners.
- Lee Lipton
Senior Air Service Development Expert – Airlines and Airports
Formerly held roles at WestJet, Vantage Airport Group, Aer Lingus and Southwest Airlines
Lee has held many very senior positions with both airports (Head of Vantage Airports) and airlines (Network Director Aer Lingus and WestJet) and is able to give us a unique insight on how it works from both sides of the table.
Celebrate with us!
Your delegate training place will include a series of social functions, including ASM’s anniversary dinner on Tuesday 4 December. This will provide you with a relaxed environment in which to network with other key figures from the route development community.
Delegate places for this event are limited. Don’t miss the opportunity to gain insight into the major challenges and opportunities facing the industry. Register your place today for ASM’s anniversary Fundamentals of Route Development Training Event.
240 Blackfriars Road