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Airlines 2022

Airlines 2022 will again set the standard as the definitive annual airlines summit for the UK by bringing together the leading industry and government figures to address the strategic importance of aviation and discuss progress on the sustainable recovery of the sector. Join us for our one day event taking place in Westminster, London.

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    Spotlight on airline sustainability strategies

    Exclusive partner Pratt & Whitney

    Exclusive partner: Pratt & Whitney. In the fourth of its series of webinars on the industry’s most important agenda items in aviation sustainability, FlightGlobal and a panel of industry experts will take stock of the progress airlines have made, and what the next steps are.

Upcoming events

  • Fi2022-034_SAF_v1_webinar_1376x928px

    Spotlight on airline sustainability strategies

    Exclusive partner Pratt & Whitney

    Exclusive partner: Pratt & Whitney. In the fourth of its series of webinars on the industry’s most important agenda items in aviation sustainability, FlightGlobal and a panel of industry experts will take stock of the progress airlines have made, and what the next steps are.

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    Is there a sustainable future for business aviation?

    Exclusive partner Pratt & Whitney

    Business aviation proved resilient to the Covid-19 crisis. However, in the eyes of many activists, the sector – with its low passenger to fuel-use ratio – is a major carbon culprit. In recent years, business aviation has been at the forefront of efforts to drive down the environmental impact of flying. In this webinar, leaders from across business aviation explain what they are doing to improve the industry’s image and what further steps will be necessary to genuinely reduce its emission footprint.

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    Hydrogen and electrics: the great disruptive propulsion debate

    Exclusive partner Pratt & Whitney

    The past two years have seen huge advances in electric propulsion. However, battery weight is a major barrier to scaling up the technology to become commercially viable for anything larger than small general aviation aircraft. Is hydrogen then the breakthrough power source that will allow the industry to transition towards zero-net-carbon? Perhaps, but, again, developments are still in their infancy. Our expert panel will discuss whether hydrogen, electric, or hybrid-electric propulsion represents the best bet for a sustainable future for aviation.

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    Sustainability: Taking stock of SAF

    Exclusive partner Pratt & Whitney

    In the first of its series of four webinars on the industry’s most important agenda items in aviation sustainability, FlightGlobal and a panel of industry experts will take stock of the progress towards the widescale use of sustainable aviation fuels.

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    Asia-Pacific: a hub for tomorrow’s technologies

    By In association with Singapore Airshow, exclusive partner CFM.

    The region is rapidly becoming a hub for some of the latest innovations in aviation, from urban air mobility to sustainable propulsion. Ahead of February’s Singapore Airshow, where many of these exciting developments will be major talking points, we bring together a panel disruptive thinkers and aerospace leaders to discuss ...

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    Future of MRO in Asia-Pacific

    By In association with Singapore Airshow. Sponsored by Pratt & Whitney

    Despite the challenges of border closures and flight groundings, the Asia-Pacific region remains one of the most important and dynamic markets for MRO. In this webinar, in partnership with the organisers of the Singapore Airshow, our expert panel will discuss growth prospects and challenges for the sector as airlines resume flights in earnest and recovery begins. What opportunities, for instance, do the rapid growth in international e-commerce, the arrival of latest-generation aircraft, and the emergence of new technologies promise for MRO providers and the wider industry?

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    Sustainability: How can aviation adapt to changing consumer behaviours?

    In association with CFM

    Aviation and transport were right at the top of the agenda at the recent United Nations COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow and it provided a boost for aviation decarbonisation and the sector’s net zero emissions. The drive towards increased availability and use of sustainable aviation fuels was crystal clear at COP26, as was a critical need for government, industry, and wider stakeholder collaboration to incentivise its use.