September 18-20, 2016
The Most Informative & Futurist Event In Aviation
At the 21st Annual IAFS, attendees will again get first-hand perspectives of the key dynamics that will shape our industry in the future. There is nothing indecisive about the IAFS – the sessions are geared to explore issues, not wander around what’s already obvious.
The IAFS has the track record of delivering forecasts that step beyond consensus thinking and into the future.
It was at the IAFS that forecasts were presented that predicted fleet changes – such as the end of the “regional jet” era – long before any other source. In air service, it was the IAFS that first forecast the now-obvious regionalization of airline planning, both domestic and international. It was at the IAFS where nearly a decade ago, attendees were shown the then-unseen future role of China and Chinese investment in aviation across the world.
This year, plan for more.
Join Your Colleagues At The Gold Standard In Aviation Events
This year, the global nature of the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit is underscored by the venue – Squaw Valley, the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics.
It’s a fitting site. The aviation leaders from all sectors of the industry look to the Summit as the one event that gets across the finish line ahead of all the others. It actually delivers solid business intelligence and actionable forecast data that are not found anywhere else.
As In 1960, The World Is Again Coming To Squaw Valley. This year, we’re exploring the issues that are shaping global aviation, and doing it with decision-makers from all over the globe. From the EU, China, Korea, Latin America, Japan, and, of course, leaders from the US airline, airport, and aviation sectors, too. No droning panels – and no wandering presentations from federal bureaucrats. The IAFS is all about business, not political correctness.
We are honored to be hosted by the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Squaw Mountain was the venue for the 1960 Winter Olympics, and along with our hosts, we’re planning to make the 2016 International Aviation Forecast Summit one, that like the Olympics, pushes to new heights of data, information and business intelligence for all attendees.
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