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A4E Aviation Summit 2020 (Panel 3: CEO Debate)

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Panel 3: CEO Debate

What does sustainable aviation look like in 2040 and beyond? What are the realistic timelines for using future technologies? Is Flight Shaming impacting passenger demand? What do the CEOs expect of this new European Commission?

(From left to right):
Guy Johnson, Moderator, Bloomberg;
Christian Scherer, COO Airbus;
Johan Lundgren, CEO easyJet;
Michael O’Leary, CEO Ryanair Holdings;
Carsten Spohr, CEO Lufthansa Group;
Willie Walsh, CEO IAG;
Ihssane Mounir, SVP Boeing;
Benjamin Smith, CEO Air France-KLM.

About A4E

Launched in 2016, Airlines for Europe (A4E) is Europe’s largest airline association, based in Brussels. The organisation advocates on behalf of its members to help shape EU aviation policy to the benefit of consumers, ensuring a continued safe and competitive air transport market. With more than 720 million passengers carried each year, A4E members account for more than 70 per cent of the continent’s journeys, operating more than 3,000 aircraft and generating more than EUR 130 billion in annual turnover. Members with air cargo and mail activities transport more than 5 million tons of goods each year to more than 360 destinations either by freighters or passenger aircraft. Current members include Aegean, airBaltic, Air France-KLM Group, Cargolux, easyJet, Finnair, Icelandair, International Airlines Group (IAG), Jet2.com, Lufthansa Group, Norwegian, Ryanair Holdings, Smartwings, TAP Air Portugal, TUI and Volotea. In 2019, A4E was named “Airline & Aviation Business Development Organisation of the Year” by International Transport News. Follow us on Twitter @A4Europe.