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16th-17th May 2017 | RDS Dublin

Schedule

2nd Annual Airline Economics MRO Global Dublin Aviation Summit 2018


Monday 14th May 2018

10am – 17:00 | Golf Day & Tournament in aid of AirLink  

Taking place at Druids Glen Golf Course

Buses leave from the RDS outside Hall 1 at 10am and return at 17:00

Separate Registration required.

18:00 until late | Welcome reception




MEET THE BUYER HALL

Tuesday 15th May 2018 & Wednesday 16th May 201 – RDS Hall 2

50 TABLES OF FOUR – Generously spaced for privacy
Book your table then book your meetings through our lists and your own.
Including special sessions: Meet the lessors & meet the airlines.




Tuesday 15th May 2018

Life Cycle & Fleet Management ConferenceMain conference hall

08:00 | Registration Opens


08:30 | Chairman’s opening remarks

Ran Ackerman – MRO Global / MK Aviation


08:35 | Global market & industry overview

The commercial aviation fleet and its impact on the aftermarket


09:15 | What is the economic life of an aircraft?

Moderator:
Rob Morris, Global Head of Consultancy, Flight Ascend Consultancy

Panel:
David Rushe – Director, Sales & Marketing Europe, Magellan


09:45 | Technical advisory & Consultancy Panel


11:25 | Break


10:40 | Aircraft Lease Transitions Panel

  • Redelivery expenditure & Maximizing cashflow
  • Dealing with the variables and associated requirements lease by lease, managing the differences between JOL aircraft return conditions and the myriad of others

Moderator:
Eamonn Cronin, Chief Commercial Officer, Acumen Aviation

Panel:
Eddie Stowe, Director, Acquisitions and New Business, Orix Aviation / Manuel E. Cordero, President and CEO, Cusco Aviation, LLC / Phil Seymour, CEO, IBA


11:20 | Fleet Planning PanelLarge Regional Jet market Evaluation


12:00 | Keynote


12:20 | The Economics of Green Time Engines

Acquiring or leasing green time engines can create significant savings for operators with older fleets, but what is availability like in 2018? Traditionally CFM56-3, PW4000-94, CF6-80C2, PW2000 and RB211-535 engines have been the mainstay of the market but is that evolving, and what are the technical issues and economic considerations.

Moderator:
James Bennet, Director, Sales, AerFin


13:00 | Lunch


14:00 | Narrowbody engine MRO market Panel

Narrowbody engine MRO accounts for more than half of all engine maintenance activity. How is this market evolving and what do key service providers and lessors see as the main concerns in the near and mid-term, and is the acquisition of maintenance capability for new generation engines going as well as it needs to.

Panel:
Graeme Crickett, SVP and Head of Technical, Sumisho Aero Engine Lease


14:45 | P2F Conversions Focus

When is the right time to convert and what is the timeline for P2F conversions in this market. Which aircraft are right for conversion now and what are the economics of conversion Vs cabin reconfiguration.

Moderator:
Moshe Haimovich, EVP Marketing & Business Development, Head of Freighter Advisory, IBA

Panel:
Robert T. Convey, Senior Vice President – Sales & Marketing, Aeronautical Engineers, Inc / Aeroconseil – AKKA Technologies


15:30 | Break


15:45 | Life Cycle Management – Spares & Parts Supply Panel

Panel:
David Rushe – Director, Sales & Marketing Europe, Magellan


16:20 | Aircraft Transitions debate

  • Remarketing options and timing
  • Planning asset end-of-lease management
  • Used aircraft disposal and overcoming export problems / jurisdictional challenges
  • Airlines working with lessors to manage residual risks
  • Records inspections and cost management of the return process
  • Interiors – new Vs reconditioned seating
  • IFE options and reducing aircraft weight

Panel:
Giovanni F. Piccione, Associate, Sparfell & Partners


17:00 | Chairman’s closing remarks

Ran Ackerman – MRO Global / MK Aviation


18:00 until late | Drinks reception


19:00 | Aviation 100 MRO Global Awards

Hall 3 The RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin




Wednesday 16th May 2018

Life Cycle & Fleet Management ConferenceMain conference Hall

08:45 | Chairman’s opening remarks


08:50 | MRO Market drilldown


09:30 | Aircraft remarketing outlook

  • Which aircraft are transitioning better than others
  • Do some aircraft types have particular problems transitioning
  • Do some jurisdictions present particular problems when aircraft are redelivered

10:10 | Fleet Planning PanelThe 200 – 400 seat widebody market

Panel:
Doug Kelly, Avitas


10:50 | Break


11:05 | Aircraft Lease Transitions Panel 2

  • Redelivery expenditure & Maximising cashflow
  • Dealing with the variables and associated requirements lease by lease, managing the differences between JOL aircraft return conditions and the myriad of others

Panel:
David Louzado, Principle Consultant, ICF


11:50 | Keynote


12:15 | PMA & DER – & the OEMs & Lessors

Can asset managers & lessors use PMA in engines & aircraft without risk?

Jim O’Sullivan, Vice President Business Development, HEICO Aerospace / Richard Hough, EVP Technical, Engine Lease Finance Company


14:00 | IFE systems: Embedded Vs wireless

  • Managing IFE costs when transitioning aircraft
  • IFE options and reducing aircraft weight

14:40 | Engine Lifecycle Management Very large engines – GE90, GP7200 – Trent 800 & Trent 900

The performance and maintenance of the largest engines, & the future The future for the engines as they transition and the maintenance costs

Moderator:
Richard Brown, Principle, ICF

Panel:
Ben Hughes, Rolls Royce & Partners Finance / Graeme Crickett, SVP & Head of Technical, Sumisho Aero Engine Lease / Ran Ackerman – MRO Global / MK Aviation


15:20 | Break


15:35 | Component Pooling, Sale, Lease & Exchange Programs 24/7 AOG support

Essential local engineering support or by specialist support flown out of base.


16:20 | Fleet Planning & TradingThe market for 30 to 50 seat aircraft

Moderator:
Richard Evans, Flight Ascend Consultancy


17:00 | End of ConferenceChairman closing remarks




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