CAPA webinar to discuss new ways for airline-airport-industry collaboration
The CAPA webinar would focus on the benefits and benchmarks of a collaborative approach across the aviation stakeholders
CAPA India would be organising a webinar on February 25, 2021, on the ways to design a new framework for collaboration between airlines, airports and the wider aviation industry.
The event titled 'Designing a New Framework for Airline, Airport and Industry Collaboration' would be held at 4 pm IST, CAPA India said. The event would be organised on a digital platform as has become the norm in the post-Covid world of social distancing.
The webinar would focus on the benefits and benchmarks of a collaborative approach across the aviation stakeholders and also look into the challenges associated with developing infrastructure in silos.
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It would also explore the opportunities for enhanced revenue through cooperation, and efficiency and customer satisfaction outcomes achievable through collaborative digitisation. The importance of industry partnerships for sustainable aviation would also be discussed.
In the end, the participants would deliberate on 'The way forward: A new framework for industry collaboration'.
CAPA India would present its outlook and recommendations based on its research and analysis. There would be examined by a panel of experts in the second half of the event. Christoph Schnellmann, CEO, Noida International Airport has been confirmed as an expert panellist. Noida International Airport is the official name of the under-construction Jewar airport, which would be the largest airport of India when complete and would rival global airports like the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport in the US and the Shanghai Pudong International Airport in China.
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Schnellmann is also the CEO of the Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL), a subsidiary of Zurich International AG, the developer of the Jewar airport.
"As the industry’s leading aviation consulting, research and knowledge practice, CAPA India’s mission over the last 17 years has been to deliver genuine and practical solutions to the numerous global and Indian clients that have engaged us to provide sound advice," the aviation consultancy said in its website.
"We have completed more than 200 advisory projects across the value chain, and released hundreds of industry insight and analysis reports. In the post-Covid environment, we are more determined than ever to deliver positive outcomes for the aviation community based on innovative, solution-focused thinking," it added.
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