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Industry gain from CAPA event

The evolution of the trans-Tasman market, including discussion into how the market will evolve now that the Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia partnership has dissolved, will be just one of the topics discussed at the CAPA 2018 New Zealand & Corporate Travel Summit in Auckland on 17 and 18 October.

 

A South Pacific Aviation & Travel Outlook, and insights into what the future holds for Asia, the USA and the long haul market will be other highlights of the programme. The summit, being held at Hilton Auckland, is set to attract 200 plus senior decision makers from across the entire travel ecosystem – from airlines, airports and hoteliers through to intermediaries and travel managers.

 

Speakers and panelists include Cam Wallace, chief revenue officer Air New Zealand; Robert Sharp, group executive, Virgin Australia Airlines; Andrew Crawford, managing director Sounds Air Travel & Tourism; Wendy van Lieshout, general manager APX Travel Management; Grant Bevin, The Association of Travel Management Companies; and many more. An always popular part of the conference is CAPA’s New Zealand and Asia Pacific Aviation Outlook, which will be given by executive chairman Peter Harbison and will help to set the scene for the two days ahead. This will be immediately followed by the host keynote, given by Auckland Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood. As a special offer, CAPA is extending to all TRAVELinc readers an exclusive 20% discount off the standard delegate ticket rates. CLICK HERE to register.

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