Five reasons why you can’t afford to miss LARA Global

LARA Global is the new global event dedicated to low-fare and regional aviation. Find out five reasons why you can’t afford to miss this event! 


1.Commercial aviation is changing

The rise of low-fare airlines has fundamentally changed commercial aviation across short, medium and long-haul markets. As a result, legacy and regional carriers are transforming how they operate to avoid being left behind in this ultra-competitive environment, with service and support partners also evolving rapidly to meet the challenge of soaring demand.

2. An opportunity for education and collaboration

The topics and discussions due to take place at LARA Global are endless so the event is sure to provide you with an unparalleled opportunity for education and collaboration.  We’ll be discussing topics such as:

  • what strategies are being put in place to meet the challenges from ultra-low-cost carriers forming,
  • regional fleet planning, leasing and right-sizing
  • what state-of-the-art technologies are being employed
  • regional hub connectivity and network growth

3. Networking with peers

LARA Global will be bringing together professionals currently working in low-fare and regional aviation or who have a vested interest in how the market is evolving. It will be the perfect environment to network and collaborate with key stakeholders in the sector.

4. London at its exciting best

The inaugural LARA Global event will take place at East Wintergarden, a truly unique setting in London’s famous Canary Wharf, within easy access of the city’s major landmarks and transport hubs.

5. We’ll be giving out Awards

The LARA Global awards ceremony will take place at the end of day one and will recognise and celebrate outstanding contributions to the low-fare and regional aviation industry from airlines, suppliers, manufacturers and airports. Organisations from all corners of the globe will be invited to submit nominations ahead of the event.

 

Visit the event website and book your delegate pass today!

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