A Look at the Big Questions Ahead for November’s Aviation Forum

As Summer heats up and airlines are working to balance demand and operations, our Skift Aviation Forum in November is on the horizon, with many exciting topics that we expect will be top of mind this Fall.

Throughout our one-day Forum, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the growing impact of the major changes and developments in aviation: strong leisure demand, a blended business travel future, and constant agility in the face of operational headwinds. Join us as we explore the big questions facing the industry:

  • CEO View: What Are the Big Opportunities and Headwinds for the Industry? 
  • Operations: Have Airlines Smoothed Out Operations and Improved Their Reliability? 
  • Fleets: How Are Fleets Modernizing to Reduce Costs, Improve Networks, and Advance Sustainability?
  • Networks: What’s on the Radar for Global Networks and Airline Capacity?
  • Regions: How are Low-Cost Carriers Competing Across Europe, Latin America, and Other Parts of the World? 
  • Labor: What Can Aviation Do to Resolve Its Labor Challenges? 
  • Data: Has Personalization and Data Become More Relevant for Airlines and Driving Revenue?
  • AI: How are Platforms Integrating Generative AI and Improving the Traveler Experience? 
  • Loyalty: How Will Loyalty Programs Evolve and Continue to Serve as Cash Cows for Airlines? 
  • Demand: Can Airports and Airlines Stay Ahead of Demand and Strengthen Consumer Trust? 

We’ll explore this and more with Airline Weekly and Skift editors on stage throughout our Aviation Forum on November 1 in Fort Worth, TX, hosted in partnership with Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport.

Last year’s attendees felt our event was one of the best events they attended all year. Don’t miss out and secure your pass today: https://live.skift.com/skift-aviation-forum-2023/