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Webinar: The future of aerospace in the Asia-Pacific

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Date/Time: Monday 29 Nov 2021, 4.30pm SGT

Military tensions are on the rise, and the commercial airline industry has gone through fits and starts due to the COVID crisis. So what does 2022 hold for aerospace in the Asia-Pacific? 

Join leading Aviation Week editors and forecasters as they identify key trends in the region and explain what they mean. What will it take to get air traffic back to 2019 levels – and how fast will that happen? How does a return to growth drive the fleet outlook for the next decade? What’s driving defense spending in the region, which countries will be key players and what types of platforms will be in demand? 

Join our interactive webinar and ask your questions about this crucial region.

Speakers & Moderator



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Paul Burton, Managing Director APACAviation Week Network

Paul Burton is responsible for shaping and implementing Aviation Week Network strategy for the Asia Pacific region, and his portfolio spans all areas of AWN output, including exhibitions, conferences, data/insight, media and advertising.


Jens Flottau, Executive Editor, Commercial Aviation, Aviation Week Network

Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Jens leads Aviation Week’s global commercial coverage. He covers program updates and developments at Airbus, and as a frequent long-haul traveler, he often writes in-depth airline profiles worldwide.

He started his journalism career in 1992 as a freelance writer for Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Germany’s largest daily national newspaper and soon specialised in air transport. Jens joined Aviation Week and Aviation Daily in 2000 as one of the European correspondents. Later his role was expanded to cover international air transport. In 2013 he was named Managing Editor Commercial.

Jens frequently appears on radio and TV to comment on industry matters. In 2003, he received the Hugo Junkers Award of the German aviation press for his coverage of Fairchild Dornier’s bankruptcy. He was named the country’s top travel and air transport writer by the Travel Industry Club three times. Jens graduated from the Munich School of Journalism.



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Dan WilliamsSenior Fleet/Flight/ Forecast Data AnalystAviation Week Network

Based in the UK, Daniel is a regional jet, turboprop and rotary wing fleet analyst and forecaster for Aviation Week Network. Prior to joining Aviation Week in 2017, Daniel held a number of industry positions analysing fleet data.


Craig CaffreySenior Aerospace Industry Analyst, Forecast & MROAviation Week Network

Craig works as a senior analyst on Aviation Week Network’s military and commercial forecast databases, specializing in military aircraft markets and global defense spending trends. Prior to joining Aviation Week he spent 12 years at Jane’s working as an analyst and consultant on global aerospace and defense markets.

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Tony Osborne, London Bureau Chief

Based in London, Tony covers European defense programs. Prior to joining Aviation Week in November 2012, Tony was at Shephard Media Group where he was deputy editor for Rotorhub and Defence Helicopter magazines. Tony has covered avionics, unmanned vehicles, the supply chain and cyberwarfare.

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