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DAY 01 – WEDNESDAY
2019-09-11
OPENING & PLENARY
AEROFAUNA I
CONCESSION OF AIRPORTS
TOURISM & AIR TRANSPORT
GROUND HANDLING
BUSINESS AVIATION
ATC
LOW COST AIRLINES
DAY 02 – THURSDAY
2019-09-12
PLENARY
AEROFAUNA II
AVIATION LAW
TOURISM & AIR TRANSPORT II
WOMEN IN AVIATION
TRAVEL RETAIL
REGIONAL AVIATION
AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES
CIVIL RESPONSABILITY
INNOVATION INDUSTRY & TRENDS
DAY 03 – FRIDAY
2019-09-13
AEROFAUNA III
IT & AUTOMATION
AIR CARGO
DRONES
AEROSPACE DAY
ENVIRONMENT
AVIATION EDUCATION
INNOVATIONS IN AIR TRANSPORT
CAB
OPENING & PLENARY
AEROFAUNA I
CONCESSION OF AIRPORTS
TOURISM & AIR TRANSPORT
GROUND HANDLING
BUSINESS AVIATION
ATC
LOW COST AIRLINES
PLENARY
AEROFAUNA II
AVIATION LAW
TOURISM & AIR TRANSPORT II
WOMEN IN AVIATION
TRAVEL RETAIL
REGIONAL AVIATION
AIRPORT TECHNOLOGIES
CIVIL RESPONSABILITY
INNOVATION INDUSTRY & TRENDS
AEROFAUNA III
IT & AUTOMATION
AIR CARGO
DRONES
AEROSPACE DAY
ENVIRONMENT
AVIATION EDUCATION
INNOVATIONS IN AIR TRANSPORT
CAB
BUSINESS AVIATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT image
BUSINESS AVIATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

STAGE TERMINAL 5


 

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SHOWCASE LOW COST AIRLINES

AIR LAB INNOVATION AUDITORIUM

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CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

ALL STAGES


Aviation contributes with US$ 153 million of GDP in Latin America, and it is estimated that the economic chain led by the sector will contribute 1.4% of the Brazilian GDP. Currently, Brazil has 210 million potential consumers, representing one of the largest economies in the world, with a huge territory that requires connectivity. In this sense, important steps were taken to expand this market: airport concessions, Open Sky agreements and, more recently, the opening of the market for foreign investment. How will these changes reflect on the development of the sector?

09:00 - 10:30
Plenária – Boas-vindas e perspectivas do novo governo para o setor

 

Paula Faria, Founder – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show

 

 

 

Francisco Lyra, Partner – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show

 

 

 

Antônio Claret, DAESP Superintendent Director – São Paulo Airways Department – Representing the Governor of the State of São Paulo

 

 

 

Tarcísio Gomes de Freitas, Ministro – Ministério da Infraestrutura

 

 

 

Tenente-Brigadeiro do Ar Jeferson Domingues de Freitas, Diretor-geral – DECEA – Departamento de Controle do Espaço Aéreo – Força Aérea Brasileira

 

 

Ricardo Botelho, Presidente – ANAC – Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil

 

 

 

Gustavo Henric Costa, Prefeito – Prefeitura de Guarulhos

 

 

 

Gustavo Figueiredo, Presidente – GRU Airport

 

 

 

10:30 - 11:00
SPOTLIGHT: Economic Perspective for Aviation in Brazil

 

Ronei Glanzmann, Secretary of Civil Aviation – Ministry of Infrastructure

11:00 - 11:30
Challenges of Brazilian Commercial Aviation

 

Eduardo Sanovicz, President – ABEAR – Brazilian Association of Airlines

 

 

 

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AIRPORT CONCESSIONS WORKSHOP

STAGE TERMINAL 2


Since 2011, four rounds of concessions have been carried out and ten airports have been granted private initiative, accounting for 57% of regular traffic in Brazil. During this period, sixteen groups participated in the auctions and currently eight distinct operators operate in Brazilian airports, with more than R$ 17 billion of a total of R$ 33 billion of the planned investment. These investments significantly increased airport capacity and improved services provided. The government envisages another three rounds by 2021 and will grant 56 more airports. What are the rules of the next concessions and what will change in the airport market and what will be the impact for the businesses in the region?

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GROUND HANDLING WORKSHOP

STAGE TERMINAL 4


The growth of aviation requires that the supply chain also prepare for this challenge with investments in equipment and specialized labor to meet the demand of this market, with quality and competitive prices. Ground handling companies play a key role in the sustainable development of the sector. How can they contribute to this growth?

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AEROFAUNA

STAGE TERMINAL 1

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WORKSHOP SAFETY – SOON

Speakers: soon

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MRO WORKSHOP

STAGE TERMINAL 5


A well-developed MRO sector is critical for reducing costs, decreasing downtime, and increasing service efficiency. The sector is also adapting to the transformation that is fundamentally changing flight operations, technical operations and customer engagement, provided by innovation and technology. What are the trends, challenges and business opportunities in the region?

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ATC WORKSHOP – AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

STAGE TERMINAL 6


Air Traffic Control is fundamental to the development of aviation. Advancing technology with continued long-term traffic growth means that the interdependence between the operation of aircraft, airports and those responsible for air navigation work together in a collaborative way to enable demand to grow safely and efficiently. How can the organizations that regulate the sector, airport infrastructure and airspace in Latin America improve their processes? What are the innovations for the air traffic control segment?

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TOURISM AND AIR TRANSPORT: CONNECTIVITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

STAGE TERMINAL 3


According to Panorama, a study by ABEAR, air transport plays a fundamental role in a world with an increasingly integrated economy and increasingly intense cultural exchange. As a consequence, it helps to produce more wealth and also generates income through the jobs created. Aviation is decisive for tourism, a sector that is experiencing exponential growth and already accounts for a larger share than traditional sectors. In Brazil, there is still much potential for growth in both air travel and tourism. How to develop this potential in collaboration with leading market-related organizations?

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AIR LAB INNOVATION INDUSTRY

STAGE INNOVATION


Innovation has always been in the DNA of aviation, but in recent years the industry is experiencing a data tsunami that is fundamentally changing industry, flight operations, technical operations, and customer engagement. Digitization, robotization, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, big data, internet of things, drones, biotechnology and other trends are leading to a radical change in the structure of markets and society itself. Professionals urgently need to face the challenge of accessing these new technologies as an imminent issue of survival and as an opportunity for expansion. Crafting solutions from innovation networks, open innovation and high impact entrepreneurship becomes crucial to the aerospace industry.

14:00 - 15:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 1:

Speakers: soon

15:00 - 16:00
The optimization of operations at Guarulhos Airport – AGILE GRU Project

Major Especialista em Controle de Tráfego Aéreo Marcos Roberto Peçanha dos Santos, Head of Airspace Organization and Management (AOM) Subdivision – Air Navigation Management Center

15:00 - 15:30
Opening: How the search for innovative solutions can transform the aerospace industry

– Digital solutions for knowledge management in technological projects
– Development to ecosystems of startups
– How to build a network of intrapreneurs to take the ideas from the paper


 

15:00 - 16:00
Opening – Welcome and economic perspective: air transport and the tourism economy

 

Vinicius Lummertz, Secretary of Tourism – São Paulo State Government

 

Gustavo Figueiredo, President – GRU Airport

 

 

 

Eduardo Sanovicz, President – ABEAR – Brazilian Association of Airlines

 

 

 

José Ricardo Pataro Botelho de Queiroz, Director President – ANAC – Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil

 

 

 

*To Confirm

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 1: Overview of air transport services

– Building an efficient, reliable and real-time ecosystem between airports, airlines and consumers with reduced time for information checking
– Balance between competitiveness x investment x quality


 

Ricardo Bernardi, Partner and Lawyer – Bernardi & Schnapp Advogados

 

 

 

Ricardo Sérgio Maia Bezerra, Director – ANAC – National Civil Aviation Agency

 

 

 

Adrian Elkuch, Diretor de Operações – COO – BH Airport

 

Renato Pinto, Regional Sales and Service Manager – TLD

 

Moderator: Ricardo Miguel, President – ABESATA – Brazilian Association of Enterprises. Auxiliary Services of Air Transport

 

 

 

15:00 - 16:30
Business opportunities for low cost companies in Brazil

 

Ronei Glanzmann, Secretary of Civil Aviation – Ministry of Infrastructure

 

 

 

Juliano Noman, Director – ANAC – National Civil Aviation Agency

 

 

15:00 - 16:30
Roundtable 1: Overview and trends of the MRO sector in Latin America

– Supply Chain Challenges
– Regulatory harmonization for the sector
-How to organize and share data to capitalize on opportunities


 

Presentation:

 

Alex Krell, Trade Commissioner – Consulate of Canada

 

 

 

Round table:

 

Hernán Pasman, Senior Vice President, Operations – LATAM*

 

Alex Krell, Trade Commissioner – Consulate of Canada

 

 

 

IRS Representative
ANAC Representative
ABEAR Representative
ABAG Representative

15:00 - 15:30
Opening | Opening remarks and reading of a manifest on: Advances and Challenges in Wildlife Management in Airports

 

Ten. Weber Novaes – CENIPA

 

 

 

Members of the opening table:

 

Patrícia Iglesias, CEO – CETESB

 

 

 

Air Brigadier Frederico Alberto Marcondes Felipe, Head of CENIPA

 

Rafael José Botelho Faria, Infrastructure Superintendent – ANAC

 

Douglas Almeida, Director- ANEAA

 

Commander Raul de Souza – ABEAR

15:00 - 16:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 2:

Speakers: soon

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 1: Next rounds of concessions for Brazilian airports

– Result of the 5th round
– Planning 6th and 7th round
– Evolution of airport concession contracts in Brazil
– Change of parameters: Quality of Service Indicators (QSI) and aspects of quality of service, X Factor and Marginal Cash Flow Discount Rate


 

Thiago Nykiel, CEO – Infraway Engenharia

 

 

 

Wanderley Galhiego Jr., Director of New Business and Innovation – Socicam

 

 

 

Ricardo Sampaio S. Fonseca, Regulatory Policy Director – Management – National Civil Aviation Secretariat of the Ministry of Infrastructure

 

 

 

Moderator: Thiago Nykiel, CEO – Infraway Engenharia

 

 

15:30 - 16:30
Wildlife Risk Management in North American Airports – three decades of overcoming challenges.

– Introducing the FAA´s experience as a regulator agency of the United States of America in regard to wildlife management.
– Touch on the direction of the agency in the future.


 

Amy Anderson, Biologist – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

15:30 - 15:50
Open Talks Embraer | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases

Speakers: soon

15:50 - 16:10
Open Talks Boeing | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases

Speakers: soon

16:00 - 17:00
WORKSHOP SAFETY – Panel 3:

Speakers: soon

16:00 - 17:30
Panel 2: Top Challenges for the Ground Handling Industry

– Expect airports
– Advances in industry standardization and certification and key challenges for the Ground Handling industry
– IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM) and IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO)


 

Rubens Pereira Leitão Filho, CEO – Orbital

 

 

 

Commander Miguel Dau, Operations Director – GRU Airport

 

 

 

Rogério Benevides, Technical Consultant – ABEAR – Brazilian Airlines Association

 

Carlos Augusto Serra Roma, Sales Director – BYD

 

 

 

Moderator: Rogério Benevides, Technical Consultant – ABEAR – Brazilian Airlines Association

16:00 - 17:30
Panel 2: Lessons learned from the top ten airports granted

– Concessions history and main obstacles encountered
– Main observed changes


 

Jorge Arruda, CEO – Inframerica Brasil

 

 

 

Tiago Sousa Pereira, Superintendente de Regulação Econômica de Aeroportos – ANAC – Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil

 

 

 

Andreea Pal, CEO – Fraport Brasil

 

 

 

General Hélio Paes de Barros Júnior, President – Infraero

 

 

 

Moderator: Mariana Barbosa, Journalist – Brazil Journal

 

 

16:00 - 17:00
The introduction of the concept of Remote Towers in the Brazilian Airspace Control System

Coronel Engenheiro André Eduardo Jansen, Vice-Presidente – Comissão de Implantação do Sistema de Controle do Espaço Aéreo

16:10 - 16:30
Open Talks Airbus | Innovation environment, ecosystems development of startups and implementation cases

Speakers: soon

16:30 - 17:15
IPFs and PGRFs: the need to align environment and operation security stakeholders.

– Introduce ANAC´s process to verify and approve PGRFs.
– Indicate identified unconformities.


 

Fábio Magalhães, Airport Development Technical Manager – ANAC

16:30 - 18:00
Spotlight Talks: Industry Trends

– During the 2nd Annual Uber Elevate Meeting held in 2018, the world’s first urban aviation network was presented. How to demystify business aviation as a luxury transport and integrate it into the logic of urban mobility?
– How Brazil is preparing for the use of eVTOL, an electric urban flying vehicle
– Mobilidade Shared mobility is already a reality in Brazil and worldwide. How to bring the same concept to aviation and expand the use of sharing?


 

Paul Malick, CEO – Flapper

 

 

 

Chrystian Ciccacio, SRPV São Paulo – DECEA – Airspace Control Department

 

 

 

Ilya Khanikov, CEO and Executive Advisor – Bartini and McFly Air Mobility Alliance

 

 

 

Francisco Lyra, Partner and President – CFLY Aviation, GAT GRU e IBA – Brazilian Institute of Aviation

 

 

 

Moderator: Francisco Lyra, Partner and President – CFLY Aviation, GAT GRU e IBA – Brazilian Institute of Aviation

16:30 - 17:00
Opened for Guest Questions
16:30 - 17:00
The cost of flying in Brazil