Hi Fly President Paulo Mirpuri was delighted to address the recent AIR Convention Europe, in Vilnius, Lithuania, where he was invited to share his opinions with representatives from the world’s leading airlines, airports, and other key industry players.
AIR Convention Europe saw three days of exclusive events, exhibitions and conferences with a strong focus on innovation, in what has been described as ‘a new milestone among the most significant events of commercial aviation’.
Paulo Mirpuri spoke as part of a panel discussion on ACMI market growth with the convention’s Commercial Aviation Forum. The event generally aims to puts the European aviation market into the spotlight.
The Commercial aviation forum aimed to explore existing market patterns and examine trends and challenges of the global aviation industry. People seemed particularly interested in asking Paulo Mirpuri about Hi Fly’s unique experience of managing and Airbus A380 in the wet lease market. The main panel reviewed progressive solutions, significant developments and the upcoming game-changers in the industry, while also taking the time to cover each sector of the industry on its merits.
Speaking after the event Paulo Mirpuri said: “Everyone at Hi Fly would like to thank the people at Air Convention Europe for their hard work getting this wonderful event off the ground. It was great to see old friends and make new ones, especially in such an open, and business-friendly event. At Hi Fly, we have long believed that it is in sharing ideas and setting examples in areas that we consider to be important, that business prospers. We think that is the way forward for aviation. It was a super event and we were proud to share a platform with so many knowledgeable and dignified aviators”.
AIR Convention Europe says it intends to explore the most progressive solutions of the market to ensure its stable growth and provide a venue to start successful business communication. More than 1000 attendees from over 30 countries flew into the event from the 16th – 18th September, to talk aviation and business all attendees enjoyed four major panel discussions with over 100 leading industry figures addressing the convention.
The event was organised by Aerotime News Hub (an international aviation news provider with a global audience of 200,000) and AviationCV.com (a global provider of Pilot, Cabin Crew, MRO and Office staffing solutions).
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