JETNET has announced its 2021 JETNET iQ Global Business Aviation Summit. The 10th summit sees the return of business aviation's leaders meeting together in person for the first time since the onset of COVID-19, and will be held 15 and 16 September 2021 at TWA Hotel at JFK airport in New York.
“We're excited to be back and to reconnect face-to-face with colleagues and old friends,” states Rolland Vincent, JETNET iQ creator and director. “It will be great to have industry leaders take the podium before live crowds again.”
The 10th Summit promises to be an intimate gathering of business aviation's leaders. Confirmed speakers at this year's event include Thierry Betbeze, CEO, Dassault Falcon Jet, Michael Amalfitano, president and CEO, Embraer Executive Jets, Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream Aerospace, and Ron Draper, president and CEO of Textron Aviation.
Paul Cardarelli, JETNET's VP of sales conveyed how important it was for Summit participants to get together and share their input. “Never has it been so important for those who utilise and rely on business aircraft to come together and convey their needs and expectations for the future of our industry.”
JETNET iQ Summits feature a who's who of business aviation discussing the present and future of the industry, with predictions, industry revelations and insights from global leaders. The summit will also allow attendees time to meet their contemporaries, network and develop topics outside of scheduled sessions.
Registration to attend opens on 3 May at 12:00.
The TWA Hotel at JFK is a neo-retro location that honours the elegance of air travel while inspiring new life and new ideas with its use of space and light. JETNET iQ's summit theme is “We're back in time…and in person.” Vincent continues: “We have an exciting new space, at TWA Hotel that really serves as the perfect metaphor for looking back on what we've done in the past as an industry and for envisioning where we are headed.”
Refunds will be 50 per cent for cancellation notices received prior to 1 August, and 0 per cent thereafter.
All attendees will be required to comply with the Centers for Disease Control and New York State COVID guidelines. This may include showing proof of vaccination and/or a negative COVID test, on-site testing and temperature checks, and wearing face coverings in public areas. JETNET is closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as they develop.