SEAS 2021 will bring together 42 speakers from the aviation industry from around the world, and will traditionally address the commercial and military aspects of the industry. Over two days, with a total of 15 hours of program, it will be possible to follow 37 discussions and presentations, with several exclusive presentations. SEAS 2021 is broadcast from the studios, and both days of the conference can be watched completely free of charge.
The event will cover many important and interesting topics, newspapers and topics, including a panel discussion with representatives of cargo partners, Airbus and Air Serbia, during which a number of interesting topics will be presented, such as how to convert passenger aircraft into cargo, the impact of coronavirus circumstances and increased need for alternative solutions for the transport of goods in the new conditions.
The “Air Transport Makes Things Happen” panel will address, among other things, the new normalcy of cargo carriers in the most interesting and demanding year of their professional lives. The situation in the aviation industry, experiences in facing new challenges and working in new circumstances will be presented, attention will be paid to the consequences of the air pandemic, the lack of cargo aircraft and turning passengers into cargo, fuel supply problems, supply and demand differences, prices and economic conditions, results in 2020 and plans, e-market, Brexit, but also the challenges posed by the transport of sensitive cargo, such as vaccines, tests, reagents. An answer will also be sought to the question of whether Budapest Airport is a new hub for air transport and about strategies, short-term and long-term plans.
The participants in the panel "Air transport makes things happen" are Veselin Đorđević, director of cargo operations at Air Serbia, John Skeli, director of development at Airbus and Joe Fixes, corporate director of the air transport department at the cargo partner. The one-hour panel will begin on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 12:55 p.m. All interested parties will be able to follow the conference for free, without registration, at www.seas.rs.