BATA Chief Executive to Speak At London Aviation Conference

August 7th, 2012

Simon Buck, Chief Executive of BATA, will be speaking at ‘A New Aviation Policy: what does the UK really need? – a conference being held in London on 27th September.

BATA Chief Executive Speaking at Aviation Conference

A New Aviation Policy; What does the UK really need? 27th September, Eversheds, London

The future of aviation is at a turning point. At last, the Government is firming up its new aviation policy. As we embark upon the biggest changes the aviation sector has seen for several years, this event brings together key industry players to debate the future of aviation.

Where is capacity really needed and what is a viable solution? How can we secure regional access and what is the impact on the UK economy? How will the inclusion of aviation in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme impact on future aviation growth?

This timely event will offer the UK’s air transport sector a much needed platform for debate as we enter a new era for aviation. Hear from a range of stakeholders on what the priorities are, join the debate on what the UK really needs, and be the first to find out which direction the Coalition Government’s new aviation strategy is headed.

Speakers include:

Simon Buck Chief Executive British Air Transport Association

Dan Edwards Head of Economic Policy and International Aviation Civil Aviation Authority

Matt Sheldon Senior Policy Advisor CBI

Sir Roger Bone President Boeing (UK and Ireland)