The aviation industry has been a long standing advocate for globalisation, harmonisation of operations standards and market access with as little restriction as possible. A clear path towards liberalisation and harmonisation was forged towards the end of the 20th century that continues today. The recent decision for the UK to leave the European Union has raised concerns over the extent that this path is still endorsed by the British Government; concerns that are amplified by the recent election of Mr Trump in the USA.
This seminar will explore the risks, costs and opportunities for the aviation industry that arise from this monumental change of political direction in the UK.
|Non Member||£120 + VAT|
|RAeS Corporate Partner||£100 + VAT|
|RAeS Member||£85 + VAT|
The presentations of this event are available below.
Anna Anatolitou, Partner, Ince & Co
John Balfour MRAeS, Consultant, Clyde & Co
Emma Giddings, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Professor Richard Williams, IISTL,
James Wiltshire, Head of Policy Analysis, IATA Economics
Gary Halbert, Partner, Holland & Knight
Dr Peter Urwantschky, Partner, Urwantschky Dangel Borst
Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters
No.4 Hamilton Place