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CAPA Airline Leader Summit Americas

09 May 2024
10 May 2024
Calgary, Canada

CAPA returns to North America in 2024 with the CAPA Airline Leader Summit – Americas. To be held in Calgary (Canada) over 9-10 May 2024, the summit will provide unparalleled insight into the strategic landscape of a region that is of vital importance to global aviation. Aviation in North America bounced back in 2023 bigger and better than ever – with more travellers, more profits and a renewed focus on innovation. With the stage set for growth to reach new peaks in 2024, the Airline Leader Summit – Americas will bring together local leaders and international aviation experts to examine the key issues that are now shaping the sector. 

Whether it’s the changing nature of regulatory environments, the future for airline consolidation, outlooks for specific international markets, the challenges facing low cost carriers, the industry’s drive towards sustainability or the role of lessors and financers, the 2024 Airline Leader Summit – Americas will cover the most important topics for the region. With previous editions attended by C-level executives and major decision makers, as well as hundreds of travel buyers and suppliers, this is a benchmark event that is a must attend for anyone serious about aviation and travel in North America. 

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Rob Schorn

Product Director, Offer Creation

Rob leads a talented team helping airlines adapt to evolving customer expectations. They are devoted to giving airlines the power to efficiently leverage ATPCO pricing content to achieve increased benefits from customized offers without disrupting current revenue flows. His team focuses on delivering the critical capabilities required to establish Architect and Express Contracts as essential industry solutions. They also define and develop new content and APIs to accelerate broader community innovation and facilitate industry-wide adoption of customized offers across channels and partners. He started his career in pricing and revenue management roles at Air Canada and WestJet before spending 15 years at SITA in product and portfolio leadership. 

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