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Vietnam Airport and Aviation Development Summit

Date
12 - 13 Jun 2019
Location
Hanoi, Vietnam
Description

According to IATA, Vietnam is one of the fastest growing aviation markets globally and it will be the fifth fastest-growing market by 2035. Vietnam had been the leading market in Asia-Pacific in terms of air passenger growth in the last five years with 28.9%, which is more than double the second lead market China. Over the last decade, the average growth rate has been 17.4%, far higher than the 7.9% growth in Asia.  The key-driven factors are Vietnam joining several free trade agreements, a growing tourism industry with 19% growth rate for domestic passengers and 29% for international travelers in 2017, and the emergence of low-cost carriers. 

To cope with the explosive growth of passengers to Vietnam, Vietnam’s government is striving to develop and expand airport capacity to handle the situation. The Vietnam Airport & Aviation Development Summit 2019 will attract around 200 senior executives in the region to discuss about the most pressing issues in this market and tackle challenges through joint efforts and technology innovations.

Wolfgang Bublitz, Managing Consultant at Lufthansa Consulting, will hold a speech about delivering best passenger experience in future airports and the challenges. 

Passenger experience and commercial services at Lufthansa Consulting

Vietnam Airport and Aviation Summit Website

Award

Best of Consulting

Lufthansa Consulting has been awarded the coveted consultancy prize "Best of Consulting 2018" by the German weekly business news magazine WirtschaftsWoche. The aviation consultants took part in this competition for the first time and achieved their goal straight away with first place in the category “Competitive Strategy”. The award went to a project which was successfully completed with Czech Airlines (CSA), the national airline of the Czech Republic. Lufthansa Consulting and CSA jointly developed an ancillary revenue strategy and a branded fares concept. The implementation of the overall project resulted in a significant increase in ancillary revenues and thus in a positive operating profit for Czech Airlines.