European airlines to meet in Brussels

Chief executives to exchange views on the state of the industry

On Thursday 24 May, 34 European airline CEOs will gather in Brussels for the Association of European Airlines (AEA) Presidents’ Assembly. The chief executives will be exchanging their views on the state of the industry, European aviation policy developments and the conditions needed for growth.
The AEA brings together 34 airlines and has served as the collective voice of the continent’s air transport industry for 50 years. The body follows “aeropolitical” issues, analysing their impact, recommending strategies, networking with relevant stakeholders and influencing the legislative process.
TTG Nordic
[pictured: Sunset at Copenhagen Airport; courtesy Copenhagen Airport A/S]


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