Please note this agenda is subject to change.
An opening keynote speaker from a major UK carrier will set out their vision and view on the vital role that the sector plays in the UK’s future economic prospects.
Hear from the minister as they are interviewed on the UK Government’s strategic framework for aviation.
Aviation plays a key role in all our lives - whether leisure or business travel, or the movement of vital cargo. But is this properly understood? An industry panel of leading airline and airport CEOs will debate what aviation contributes to “UK plc”.
Does the UK recognise the strategic importance of aviation to this country? Is the UK lagging internationally? Does aviation have enough of a political focus? A panel of political leaders will join representatives of the travel and tourism industry to debate this key issue.
Sustainability will run through all future policy debates. A leading panel will discuss whether the sector is on track to meet its net zero commitments? How did the recent ICAO Assembly move the debate forwards globally? Can we ensure the rapid growth and delivery of Sustainable Aviation solutions this decade?
A panel of key government officials across multiple departments will join the aviation trade bodies to discuss future government strategy and policy on aviation. How to tackle the implementation of a forward-looking strategy and what policy actions need to be taken so the sector can rebuild once again as a global leader.
A major international CEO will discuss how they see their business developing over the next 10 years including what are the future trends in the global airline sector and how is the UK positioned internationally as an aviation force.
A panel of industry leaders round off the day by taking stock of the discussions and giving their perspectives on how the UK is positioned to be a global aviation force in the future and whether aviation can be recognised as a strategic asset for the UK within Whitehall and UK Government.
Please note: Speakers are to be revealed shortly.