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The Future of Aerospace | The agenda April 9th 2015, Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, Paris 8.30 REGISTRATION 9.00 CHAIR’S WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS ➤ Simon Wright, Industry Editor, The Economist 9.15 INSIGHT: European Single Sky, global regulation and growth in the aviation industry ➤ Margus Rahuoja, Director for Aviation and International Transport Affairs, DG MOVE, European Commission ➤ Boubacar Djibo, Director, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO 9.45 EXPERT PANEL: Today’s airlines and tomorrow’s business models Despite the growth of the industry and the increasing number of passengers, airlines do not come close to returning the cost of capital, with profit margins of less than 1% on average. Traditional airlines are caught between Middle Eastern challengers for long-haul flights and low-cost carriers on short-haul flights. Where can airlines find growth? ➤ James Hogan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Etihad Airways ➤ Brian Pearce, Chief Economist, IATA ➤ Karl Ulrich Garnadt, Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Chief Executive Officer, Lufthansa German Airlines ➤ Bjørn Kjos, Chief Executive Officer, Norwegian Air Shuttle 10.45 NETWORKING BREAK The future of travel - enhancing the travel experience 11.15 INTERVIEW: How far can the check-in process be automated? How to integrate new technologies—biometric IDs, wave-of-the-phone technologies and RFID tags—into a continuous chain? How to assess the efficiency and cost-benefit ratio of new systems? How will tickets be sold? Will passengers be able to design their own flights? ➤ Augustin de Romanet, Chief Executive Officer, Aéroports de Paris ➤ Temel Kotil, Chief Executive Officer, Turkish Airlines 11.50 FOCUS: Flying without fuel? Finding growth in lean, green and cost-effective fleets Manufacturers and airlines must decrease the fuel burden and increase efficiency to reduce costs. What are the latest innovations for lighter, more efficient aircraft? What are the current market trends? How will events in the Middle East, Africa and Russia affect fuel prices? ➤ Ross Mitchell, Vice-president, Business Acquisition Commercial Aircraft, Bombardier 12.25 LUNCH Rethinking tomorrow’s aerospace and defense industry 14.00 EXPERT PANEL: The competitive landscape for A&D companies is changing. Demand is increasingly global and driven by the Middle-East. Revenues are in decline as governments slash funding and banks curb lending. A&D companies must innovate and diversify or disappear. What new business models are emerging? How will technologies such as drones bridge the gap between civil and military activities? How to innovate and maintain R&D budgets? Which new financing instruments can the industry turn to? ➤ Introduction by: Nour-Eddine Zanouda, Aerospace and Defense leading Partner – France, Maghreb and Luxemburg, EY ➤ Nelson Salgado, Vice-president of Institutional Relations and Sustainability, Embraer ➤ Patrick Auroy, Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment, NATO ➤ Tony Wood, President, Aerospace, Rolls Royce 15.00 SPEECH: The sky’s the limit - what innovation in aviation will look like in 2020 ➤ Yann Barbaux, Senior Vice-president Innovation, Airbus 15.15 COFFEE BREAK Building seamless supply chains in a complex global environment 15.45 EXPERT PANEL: As order books take off simultaneously, suppliers face capacity constraints and cost pressures. What will tomorrow’s supply chain look like? Will investments keep up with growth plans? How can risks be managed across the chain? To what extent can technology transfers take place without stakeholders letting go of their competitive advantages? ➤ Michel Tellier, Vice-president Aerospace & Defense Industry, Dassault Systemes ➤ Marcus Bryson, Chief Executive Aerospace and Landsystems, GKN Aerospace ➤ Frédéric Michelland, Chief Executive Officer, Latécoère 16.30 INTERVIEW: Space oddity - Space, satellites and private investment Once reserved exclusively to government space agencies competing for power and prestige, private companies are now the ones sending satellites into space. How can the industry collaborate with governments, telecoms and internet providers? How to make rockets and launches cheaper—and can rockets be reused? Who should clean up space junk? ➤ Jim Simpson, Vice-president, Business Development and Chief Strategist, Network & Space Systems, Boeing 16.45 CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS 17.00 CHAIR’S CLOSING REMARKS

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