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The Future of Aerospace | About the event April 9th 2015, Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, Paris The aerospace industry is changing, and fast. The number of passengers 1 is booming and should reach 7.3 billion people by 2034 . Order books are taking off. The Middle-East and Asia are fuelling much of this demand, but are WHY also emerging as serious challengers to the traditional US/Europe duopoly. Be it airlines or aerospace and defense manufacturers, new entrants have THE FUTURE OF joined the fray, forcing traditional players to rethink their business models. The second Future of Aerospace Summit will gather over 100 key policymakers AEROSPACE? and leading executives from across the board, from airlines to aircraft and engine manufacturers, to discuss the future of flight. JOIN US TO DISCUSS • How to build seamless supply chains across the industry • Finding growth in lean, green and low-cost fleets: will we be flying without fuel? • Declining government defense spending—and how the industry is adapting business models • Innovations between the cockpit and control tower: will air traffic be controlled remotely? • Private investment, drones, satellites and the space race OUR AEROSPACE EVENT IN 2013 “ Inspiring” President, SKF Aerospace “ Great networking.” Vice-president, Strategy and International, Bombardier “ The panel of speakers was very good – the whole value chain of aerospace was covered” Strategy and Business Development, Airbus 100+ 70% attendees joined of audience members were the event. director-level or above. 14 countries represented including France, India, the Netherlands, Qatar and Russia. 1: Global Passenger Forecast report, October 2014, IATA in partnership with Tourism Economics

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