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Webinar: The Asia Pacific Aviation Virtual Series - Session 4

Session #4

The future of aviation technology, aircraft and airport infrastructure

Everyone wants to know what the future holds. The final session of our ‘Brighter Skies’ series looks at this very topic and what the future holds for the aviation industry. Our session will focus on areas such as the aircraft of the future, decarbonisation is fuels, cyber security and the general evolution of the industry.

Brighter Skies’ is a four-part webinar series bringing together aviation leaders and Aon subject matter experts to discuss the business, people, risk and safety of aviation organizations in the Asia Pacific region. Each session focuses on the evolution of the industry post-COVID-19 and explores what the future may bring.

All four episodes are relevant for anyone working in aviation, with an interest in how the industry is evolving.

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