The aviation industry experienced a significant change on the last decade, due to innumerous fusions, purchases and alliances, and sector in Latin America is going through the same transformation. With the current economic scenery in the region, it is necessary to create independent and resilient business models.
Aiming to discuss the steps to reach the full development of the region during this time, Wings of Change Brazil will have a workshop dedicated to the current juridical issues of the sector, with the sponsorship of two important Brazilian law offices, the Host anfitriã Albuquerque Melo Advogados and Bernardi & Schnapp.
The first two panels of the Juridical Matters Workshop will approach the following themes: acquisitions and alliances in Latin America, opportunities in the Latin American market, critical regulation issues that affect aviation industry, smart regulation, and measures to protect the clients.
The third panel will focus on the issues and challenges of open sky deals, such as the benefits for the air transport sector and for service users; problems associated with the subsidy granted governments to Airlines, and its reflection in a business environment liable to open sky deals; preventive measures for safekeeping the market and protecting competitiveness and requirement of the deals on air service for appointment of Airlines.
The panels will have the participation will have the participation of important executives from the sector, like the member of IATA General Counsel, Jeffrey N. Shane; the Superintendent of Air Services Follow-up at ANAC – National Civil Aviation Agency, Ricardo Catanant. In addition to the Specialist Laywer at Albuquerque Melo Advogados, Cristiane Secco and the Partner – Lawyer at Bernardi & Schnapp Advogados, Ricardo Bernardi.
The Juridical Matters Workshop will happen on March 31st, 2017 after Wings of Change Brazil plenary.
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