Europe is less than two years away from completing the single European air market, yet bitter disputes continue to rage over issues ranging from airport access and slot allocation, through to state aid and US open-skies deals.

To help address these crucial issues, Flight International has been invited by the organisers of the Paris air show to stage a one-day European Airline Competition seminar at Le Bourget during the show.

Delegates from airlines, aircraft manufacturers and service providers will be able to contribute to the debate and to hear from a range of leading experts and opinion-formers. Among the speakers are Robert Ayling, British Airways managing director; Pierre Jeanniot, director-general of the International Air Transport Association; Henri Martre, former GIFAS and Aerospatiale chairman, as well as a member of the famous Comit, des Sages, and competition champion Christopher Chataway, chairman of the UK Civil Aviation Authority.

The price of the seminar has been kept down to $295 (also payable in pounds, sterling or French francs). Opportunities also exist for corporate entertainment during the seminar.

Source: Flight International