Airlines, airports at SEAS 2016


A number of airlines and airports from the region will be taking part at the first Southeast Europe Aviation Summit (SEAS) in Belgrade on December 13 and 14. The summit will host key industry leaders to offer insights and provide a forum for discussing regional modernisation and expansion in the industry. The key note addresses include the Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, James Hogan, President and CEO of Etihad Aviation Group, with panel speakers Dane Kondić, CEO of Air Serbia, Michalis Kouveliotis, Chief Financial Officer at Aegean Airlines, as well as representatives from a number of airports, including those from Belgrade, Brač, Dubrovnik, Sofia, Pula, Niš and Zadar. Other notable participants will include the CEOs of aircraft maintenance companies Adria Airways Tehnika and Jat Tehnika, representatives from Bombardier and the Mitsubishi Aircraft Cooperation, as well as a further 300 delegates. More details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous20:39

    Hmmm, nobody from Skopje or TAV? I wonder it that was on purpose.

    1. Anonymous23:09

      TAV Macedonia and Airports of Montenegro confirmed in the last few hours so they will be there too :)


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