Ready for takeoff?
Over the next 20-years, Asia Pacific’s aviation industry is set to soar. Growing an anticipated 6.8% per year, the region will require 10,320 new airplanes, 180,600 additional pilots and 220,000 extra maintenance workers.
As well as helping to grow the capacity of the region’s travel and tourism industry, it will also expand its reach. Are you ready to tap into the opportunities this presents?
Find out more when Michael Maple, executive director – The Boeing Company and Azran Osman-Rani, chief executive officer, Air Asia X, will discuss the future challenges and opportunities faced by the aviation sector at a key session of PATA’s 60th Anniversary and Conference, April 9-12, 2011, at the China World Hotel, Beijing.
Plenary Three: New Realities of Travel will consider head-on the most critical topics facing the travel and tourism industry today, including aviation, technology, distribution, demographics and ‘good tourism’.
Register for the PATA 60th Anniversary and Conference today and benefit from:
-A two-day conference programme featuring high-profile speakers and industry-critical topics
-Unrivalled networking opportunities: travel and tourism leaders from across all sectors of the industry expected to attend
-The opportunity to explore the incredible tourism potential offered by host China.