To help raise awareness of its support of the delivery of humanitarian aid throughout the world with key potential airline partners, AIRLINK is pleased to have been selected as the charity partner of CAPA – Centre for Aviation. As such, AIRLINK will be making its debut as the charity partner for the CAPA LCCs & New Age Airlines in North Asia 2013 and select CAPA conferences. In addition, both AIRLINK and CAPA will cross-promote the partnership through their marketing vehicles, including mention in each other’s website, e-newsletters, social media posts and more.
“We are honored to have been selected by CAPA as their charity partner,” said Steve Smith, Executive Director of AIRLINK. “By doing so, CAPA affords us additional opportunities to present our program, network with CEOs and aviation professionals and ultimately drive membership for the AIRLINK program. We also hope to communicate our message to airline leaders that AIRLINK is a program that streamlines the evaluation process an airline conducts before deciding to support humanitarian initiatives around the globe.” concluded Smith.
Taking place from September 4-5, 2013 in Seoul, the CAPA LCCs & New Age Airlines in North Asia 2013 features AIRLINK as the exclusive charity component of the event. A silent auction will be held during the course of the Summit. It will be hosted online and can be found at http://www.airlinkflight.org. Prizes include airline tickets kindly donated by Etihad Airways. In addition, AIRLINK will conduct a presentation at the conference to inform attendees about the benefits of its free, web-based program, which matches vetted NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) with airlines that can respond to needs for cargo or passenger space for disaster relief or other humanitarian developmental aid.
The CAPA LCCs & New Age Airlines in North Asia 2013 is organised by CAPA – Centre for Aviation, and Airline Leader, the strategy journal for airline CEOs. The Summit is a unique two-day forum for airline CEOs to examine in rare detail the various high-level issues facing the development of LCC aviation in North Asia as the market opens up. CEOs from airlines and airports across the region, plus a selection of leaders from airlines serving the region, will share their plans for capitalizing on the region’s growth.AIRLINK is proud to be the charity partner for this event. Further details about the conference can be found at http://centreforaviation.com.