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CAPA Qatar Aviation, Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit to take place in Doha

Posted 25 September 2018 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has announced its partnership with leading aviation market intelligence body, CAPA Ė Centre for Aviation (CAPA), for the inaugural ĎCAPA Qatar Aviation, Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summití, set to take place in Doha from 5-6 February 2019.

 

As the first aeropolitical event of its kind to be held in the Middle East, the high-level forum will unite approximately 300 senior decision-makers from across the airline, legal and government sectors to discuss the latest developments in international aviation regulation, both within the Gulf region and globally.

Among the key topics to be included in the agenda for the two-day event are issues relating to ownership and control, open skies and market access. 

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways is delighted to host the upcoming CAPA Qatar Aviation, Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit in Doha. This conference, CAPA’s first aeropolitical event to be held in the Middle East, will provide a forum for the discussion of key topical issues, including the rapidly evolving global regulatory environment, existing constraints on international cooperation and the future of open skies. 

“We look forward to welcoming senior aviation executives, members of the legal community, governmental officials and all guests to Doha in February for this important summit.” 

CAPA Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison, said: “We are pleased to be partnering with Qatar Airways for the inaugural CAPA Qatar Aviation, Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit. In a rapidly changing global regulatory environment, the Summit is a timely and important forum for dissecting key issues around ownership and control, open skies and market access. 

“We invite all industry leaders to join us in Doha to engage in dynamic discussions and meet with senior decision makers from the aviation industry and government.”

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