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November 5, 2020

Just one week left to the largest aviation forum for Russia and Central Eurasia!

Wings of the Future 2020
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Wings of the Future 2020
Dear colleagues!
The largest aviation event in the broad region stretching from Russia to Eastern Europe and Central Eurasia, the Wings of the Future forum will be held online on November 11 and 12. The professional community is getting together to sum up the results of 2020, perhaps the most challenging year in aviation history, and to ponder the ways the air travel industry may develop, as the next several years promise to be tough and unpredictable.

Restrictions on international air travel have hindered the traditional travel warm get-together, but at the same time going online has opened new opportunities. And considering the unprecedented situation the industry has found itself in, the forum’s organizer ATO Events has made the decision to make participation free for airlines, airports and travel agents.
Don’t miss your chance to book your place at the industry’s largest event.
Going online enabled organizers to expand the forum’s audience several fold, and reel in a truly outstanding and global line-up of star speakers. We have already announced some of them in separate news releases — including Wizz Air’s CEO Joszef Varadi, WTTC’s SVP Maribel Rodriguez and Air Asia’s COO Javed Malik.
Full agenda

The first day of the forum will feature an open interview with Cesar Pereira, VP Embraer. The global transformation of the air travel market is changing the demand for aircraft, so representatives of Boeing and Airbus will also join the forum to share their market vision and its prospects.

The speaker line-up also features Wolfgang Reuss, SVP Network Management, airBaltic and Thanos Pascalis, CEO, Ellinair. Both airlines have strong ties with the Russian market, and their size is similar to many Russian airlines, so their views on resuming flights and their ways to adapt to the new reality will come in handy.

In the meanwhile airports are going through a crisis as well, and we’ve asked Dr. Ralf Gaffal, Managing Director, Munich Airport International to report on how the airport industry can recover. Dr. Gaffal has worked at many airports around the world. And speaking of airports — their operations at this time raise many specific questions, so ATO Events is holding dedicated online conference Airport of the Future (agenda).

Stay tuned for a separate news release on the Wings of the Future second day’s agenda Wings of the Future is the last.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of the largest and strategically important aviation forum in Russia and Central Eurasia
Wings of the Future forum is the last event of its scale this year — that’s why it’s so important not to miss out on the opportunity to discuss the vital issues and not to be left facing them one-on-one. Our own dedicated internet platform supports broadcasting in two languages simultaneously and provides options for live interactions with the speakers and other delegates. It’s also possible to pause and rewind, and the entire video recording will be available to participants for two weeks after the event. So it is possible to choose the most convenient schedule for participation — watch the most relevant presentations in real time and ask questions to the speakers — and leave the rest for a more relaxed time. You may also forward this invitation to take part in the forum to your partners, strengthening your relations in these turbulent times, whilst they appreciate the chance to get the big picture on the air travel market in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Eurasia.
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Valentin Ivanov
ATO Events
ATO Events conferences and forums over their twenty-year history have formed their reputation as highly professional industry events, which are distinguished by a level of participation and wide audience coverage. During business and informal communication, conference delegates receive insights, useful experience and new knowledge from industry leaders, experts, colleagues and friends.