3rd Airneth Annual Lecture by Peter Hartman


On 3 March 2011, Mr. Peter Hartman will give the 3rd Airneth Annual Lecture. Since 2007, Mr. Hartman is President and CEO of KLM as well as vice-chairman of Air France-KLM. He will be chairman of the Board of Governors of IATA as from June 2011. His lecture is entitled 'The challenging future of the airline industry'. Airneth is very proud that Mr. Hartman continues the Airneth Annual Lecture series, which started with Professor Mike Levine's lecture in 2009.

Mr. Hartman will discuss the ongoing trend towards consolidation in the global air transport industry, his vision on the evolution of airline business models, the hub performance of Schiphol in comparison to other hubs and the need to invest in a sustainable airline industry.

Thursday 3 March, 15:00-17:30 hrs

De Rode Hoed, Keizersgracht 102, Amsterdam. De Rode Hoed is conveniently located in the center of Amsterdam and easily accessible by public transport. The nearest public parking garage is De Kolk on the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal. For a detailed route description, please visit the website of De Rode Hoed.

Target audience
Policy-makers in the field of aviation, researchers, industry representatives & other professionals in the aviation sector, students in the field of aviation.

Please register for this Lecture by sending an email to info@airneth.com stating your name, email address and profession. Participation is free of charge. However, the number of available places is limited. We recommend to register as soon as possible.

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