On demand webinars
In association with Pratt & Whitney
Recent years have seen a flurry of initiatives to develop alternative power sources for aviation, from batteries to hydrogen. However, how realistic is a technological breakthrough that will herald a future generation of engines that do not use carbon-based fuel? Some believe a propulsion revolution is possible as soon as the next decade; others that evolution of current jet turbine technology is the most likely solution to cutting the industry’s carbon footprint. Our panel of experts will debate the likely course forward.
In association with GOOSE Recruitment
Covid-19 has had a devastating effect on flight crew, with tens of thousands around the world laid off or furloughed and facing the most uncertain of futures. Together with GOOSE Recruitment, we have surveyed more than 2,500 of them, from newly-qualified officers to veteran captains, and in this webinar we discuss the results and implications for the industry.
In association with Embraer
The worst year in modern commercial aviation is ending with positive news – the prospect of a Covid-19 vaccine being imminently available. Coupled with advances in rapid testing for air passengers and the growth of bilateral travel bubbles, are things about to improve? However, with cash-starved airlines on the brink, and an aerospace supply chain in crisis, the pain and uncertainty is sure to continue well into 2021.
In association with Leonardo
A one-hour FlightGlobal-hosted webinar discussing how aerospace and aviation companies and other organisations in the industry can both guard against a cyber-attack and manage any crisis that results from such an attack. In recent months alone, businesses including ST Aerospace and EasyJet have been in the news after suffering cyber security attacks. The threat to the industry is real and growing. Our expert panel will discuss the extent of the threat and what firms can do to protect themselves both from an attack itself, and also mitigate any damage caused by a breach by having a ready crisis-management plan and a security team ready to step into action.
Sponsored by Miami International Airport and OAG
Airlines and airports are slowly picking up the pieces of networks shattered by a coronavirus crisis that has seen the majority of the world’s passenger flights grounded, and many countries shutting their borders to international travel. As the world of air travel opens up again, what factors will drive which routes will return first, and how might route maps change permanently? How are network planners choosing what services to reinstate and what tactics should airports use to retain or lure new customers, given that some airlines will not survive the crisis and many will be forced to drastically reappraise their networks. Will the crisis change the entire relationship between airports and airlines?
In association with Siemens
Despite, or perhaps because of, the Covid-19 crisis, the aerospace and defence industry is under pressure like never before to be innovative and agile, and one of the most effective technologies is digital engineering: capabilities that allow enable design teams to work collaboratively and more productively. In fact, such is its potential for disruptive change, digital engineering has been described by the US Air Force as “the new stealth”. Our expert panel will discuss the potential of the technology and the benefits of becoming a truly digital enterprise, with examples from industry leaders on how it has transformed the way their businesses operate.
In association with CAE
After the coronavirus pandemic led to the biggest downturn in history, the aviation industry is slowly rebuilding operations and networks. Tens of thousands of pilots throughout the world have been furloughed, laid off or taken early retirement, while others face uncertainty as work patterns and the types of aircraft they fly change.
In association with SmartKargo
The grounding of passenger flights has led to a massive reduction in belly-hold capacity, traditionally responsible for about half of all international air freight. This has meant demand for air freight is outstripping supply. This webinar will assess the impact of this, and the long-term viability of solutions currently available, and discuss the shape of the sector that emerges from this crisis.
In association with Raytheon Technologies
Are we finally close to reaching a stage where we’ve created aircrafts that are both fossil fuel free, as well as commercial? We’ll discuss recent developments in aerospace and assess the engineering and financial prospects.
In association with Embraer
Aircraft manufacturers’ product plans had already been dealt several blows in recent time. So how will coronavirus impact the existing struggles, and also the next generation of single-aisle aircrafts that were earmarked to replace the 737 and A320 families in the 2030s?
Sponsored by Collins Aerospace and GKN Aerospace
Europe is facing major decisions when it comes to its next generation combat aircraft strategy. Decisions will have to be made soon about how prepared nations are to retain an independent defense manufacturing capability - is a combined industrial effort between Europe’s major defence players the most likely outcome?
In association with Collins Aerospace
As aviation begins its slow recovery from the Covid-19 crisis, it is clear that passenger behaviour and the rules around air travel will fundamentally change. Will the world see an acceleration of AI and other innovations such as health-screening and social distancing measures? Hear from expert speakers.
In association with IBA Group
The fourth in FlightGlobal’s series of webinars examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the airline industry looks at the implications for the leasing and finance community. This sector accounts for up to 40% of the industry’s metal, putting it right in the eye of the storm.
Following our webinar discussion with three prominent former airline CEOs, our focus turns to aerospace, and the challenges the coronavirus lockdown is putting on aircraft manufacturers and the supply chain. Our panel – which includes long-serving former Airbus operations chief Tom Williams and Jack Pelton, who steered Cessna through the turbulent 2000s – will discuss the impact on production, possible survival tactics, best practice from previous crises, and the reshaped industry that might emerge from the other side. Join us for a lively discussion, moderated by FlightGlobal head of strategic content Murdo Morrison, for the chance to put your questions to our panel of experts.
Sponsored by Airline Business
This may be the deepest crisis affecting the global airline industry in living memory, but it is by no means the first. From the recession of the early 1990s through the Asian economic crash and 9/11, and from SARS to the 2008 financial crisis, macro-economic shocks have been an occupational hazard for airline leaders. In each of these cases, major brands went to the wall and others survived, and the industry that emerged looked very different to previously. What lessons can history teach us?
In a matter of weeks, the airline industry worldwide has been brought to its knees by the coronavirus, with carriers slashing schedules, thousands of aircraft grounded, staff furloughed, and airports empty of passengers. The knock-on effect on the aerospace industry has been equally cataclysmic, with Boeing – already rocked by the Max grounding – pushed to the brink of bankruptcy. Where does a devastated industry go from here?