UKR

UKRAINE AVIATION
FORUM

4-5 th of June, Kyiv, Ukraine

The UAF Organizing Committee reschedules the conference date due to security reasons.

Organizing Committee decided to reschedule event from 16-17 th of April to 4-5 th of June .

This decision is caused by the spread of coronavirus infection and safety issues concerning numerous participants and our foreign guests. The location is the same – the InterContinental Kyiv hotel. The epidemiological situation in the world and Ukraine today is a great challenge for society. Therefore, the Organizing Committee has taken a responsible approach to the risks that could threaten the health of many participants, taking into account WHO’s international recommendations.

We are responsible for the safety of our participants of the event and are forced to make such a
decision.

The Organizing Committee continues to work in an adjusted environment, preparing the main event of the year in aviation industry and business aviation.

“The airline industry. Challenges and Opportunities”

Conference speakers will cover recent development trends with focus on Ukraine, regulation updates, airport development and optimization, staffing solution and cooperation with tour operators.

300+

+300 aviation professionals

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15+

+15 countries

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2 days

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+20 speakers

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Convenient geographical location, developed aviation industry supply chain, 17 international airports, 46 local and foreign airlines provide the unique development opportunities.

Explore and learn about new investment and sales opportunities in aviation industry of Ukraine.

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SPEAKERS
Lukas Levay

Company: Aon’s Assessment Solutions

Title: Senior Consultant & Lic. Psychologist

About Aon’s Assessment Solutions:

Aon’s Assessment Solutions (former cut-e) is one of the largest providers globally of online assessment for selection and development, with 30 million online assessments per year. It has over 50 different online assessments in its portfolio, including an “Aviation Suite”, specifically created for assessing pilots. Aon’s Assessment Solutions has multiple clients in the Aviation Industry, including companies like EasyJet, Norwegian, Dubai Duty Free, Singapore Airlines, Ryanair, and L3 Harris Airline Academy.

About Lukas Levay

Lukas is a Licensed Psychologist based in Stockholm, Sweden, and part of Aon’s Aviation Team in the Nordics. He has experience of helping organizations assess for, not only Cadets for flight schools and Pilots for Airline Companies, but also for ground staff and cabin crew.

Topic

Recruitment with Online Assessment in the Aviation Industry

“How are organizations in the Aviation Industry recruiting their staff in other parts of the world? In this session, you will hear how Airline Organizations use online assessment to improve their recruitment processes. The session will, with the help of case studies, walk you through how online assessment, enhanced by cutting edge technology, helps companies to reach their KPI:s. Not only creating a more valid and accurate process, but also improving the candidate experience, and reducing the time to hire.”

Simonas Bartkus
Simonas Bartkus is the Chief Marketing Officer of ch-aviation, an airline
intelligence provider serving airlines and industry suppliers from the
aircraft finance, MRO, IT and airport industries. Prior to joining ch-aviation
Simonas served as Marketing Department Director for Small Planet
Airlines, Chief Commercial Officer for Lithuanian start-up carrier Air
Lituanica and also Vilnius International Airport.
Melina Rauch
Melina Rauch, born 1970, is an Aviation Psychologist, certified by the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP). She acquired her Diploma in Psychology from the University of Marburg, Germany, and worked at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), Aviation and Space Psychology (Hamburg), from 1995 until 2009. There she specialized on the development and application of tools and methods for the selection of cockpit crew, including fixed wing and rotary wing crew, ab initio and experienced pilots. In 2010 she founded MOLLYMAWK psychometrics. The internet-based tools that she has developed for this platform offer the psychometrically reliable and valid assessment of some of the important predictors of job success of pilots. What makes this system unique is the fact that test takers become owners of their test results which gives them the opportunity to share them with a multitude of operators – similar to acquiring and sharing a language certificate. This reduces costs at various points and for all parties involved. A growing number of public MOLLYMAWK test centers in Europe and Turkey further help reduce unneccessarily long and costly trips. Until today nearly five thousand profiles have been created by test takers aged 19 to 62. The age-specific norming method and integrated preparation modules ensure a fair, reliable, and valid assessment that enjoys a high degree of acceptance among both, test takers and airlines. Throughout her career Melina has cooperated with a large variety of flight operators as well as training organisations in Europe, Turkey, and the Middle East, helping them establish or improve procedures for the reliable and cost-effective identification of suitable candidates.
Espen Høiby
Espen Høiby (born 1959) is a former airline captain for SAS and the founder and CEO of
OSM Aviation. With an MBA from IMD in Switzerland, an Airline Transport Pilot license and
more than 40 years of People-passion, entrepreneurship and aviation experience, Espen has

brought forth infinite turnaround management, business development, and executive expe-
rience from major airlines and aviation training centers under his role as CEO. Other quali-
ty aspects include vast industry leadership in the introduction of innovative and disruptive

business models and technological developments to the commercial airline industry.

In less than six years, Espen has expanded OSM Aviation’s growth from 0 to 6000 employ-
ees, operating in over 19 countries worldwide. As part of this success, OSM Aviation has

been recognized as a leading aviation management company, specialized in the employment,
training and administration of air crew and technical personnel worldwide.
In 2019, he was awarded the prize “Entrepreneur of the Decade” by Seed Forum Global as
a recognition of his long experience, active involvement and effective entrepreneurship in

multiple start-ups, most prominently, in building up OSM Aviation as a fast-growing interna-
tional entrepreneurial success.

With a clear vision of being the world’s leading aviation management company and a firm
determination of actively and positively shaping the future of aviation under the sentiment

“It’s All About People”, OSM Aviation and its Academy are pioneering the way in the evolu-
tion of the training industry and the development, application and professionalization of the

commercial drone segment.

Stein Mjaatveit
Stein Mjaatveit has been flying since 2007 and has over 10 years of instructional and educational experience. He holds EASA and FAA certifications and has taught hundreds of commercial pilots from a variety of cultures and from all corners of the world. Today he works as the Director of Marketing for OSM Aviation Academy, bridging the gap between their global network of aviation academies and a successful pilot career for their graduates.

TOPIC:

“Transforming pilot education for a sustainable and cost-efficient future”

Frode Granlund
Bio:
Frode Granlund is the CEO and founder of Pilot Flight Academy (PFA) in Norway.
PFA was founded in 2007 and is one of Europe’s leading flight academies with 400 students from more than 15 countries.
PFA has ordered 10 electric aircraft and are planning to offer a Zero emission MPL pilot education program from 2021.
Granlund has a background as a commercial seaplane pilot and is also a collector and pilot of some warbirds.

Topic:
Zero emission flight training leading to sustainable recruitment

Sustainability in aviation is a hot topic politically but is eminent important to attract the next generation of pilots.
“If the industry doesn’t implement new zero emission technology as soon as it is available, we will not be attractive to recruit the best suited candidates to our industry”.

Enzo Zangrilli
Enzo Zangrilli was born in Mirano (near Venice, Italy) on the 7th of May 1970.
After graduating from Venice classical lyceum and carrying out commercial law studies at the University of Bologna, he has worked in a number of countries for over a decade in the contracting and technical tendering management arena for large multinational companies, such as the Pilkington group, IMERYS and ABB.
In the Aviation Industry, Enzo has covered a moltitude of roles as Senior Executive for easyJet, Alitalia, Menzies Aviation, Aviapartner and private aviation companies in the Middle East, being responsible for contracts, procurement of airport services and addressing the economic regulation in both Airlines and Airports alike.

After working for Trieste Airport as Commercial Director for the Aviation and non Aviation Development, Enzo has opened an International Aviation consultancy company working for Airport, Airlines and Ground Handlers.

Julian Carr
Julian Carr is Aviation Director of Manchester Airport, where he oversees all air service development and airline management activities. Manchester Airport is part of MAG, and is the UK’s 3rd busiest airport with over 29 million passengers per year, 60+ airlines, and over 220 destinations.

Prior to this, he was Commercial Director of East Midlands and Bournemouth Airports (also part of MAG), whilst additionally holding responsibility for all cargo activity across the MAG Group. Before entering the airport business, Julian was a senior executive on the airline side of the table, having held positions as Managing Director of three airlines; bmibaby, My TravelLite, and most recently Stobart Air. He also has international experience having been Head of Marketing and New Product development for IATA based out of their Montreal office, where he also worked on a variety of airline consultancy projects around the globe.

Prior to entering the airline industry Julian had 10 years of management experience within the entertainment industry, working with both Virgin and Blockbuster. He also had a period as Chief
Executive of Showcase Cinemas UK business in more recent years, during a sabbatical from the aviation business.

He holds an MSc in Air Transport Management from Cranfield University, is a Fellow of the Charted Institute of Logistics and Transport, and is also a qualified private pilot.

Gudmundur Hafsteinsson

Pain Points of Aviation Insurance
The aviation industry is facing into challenging times which has proved problematic in
ensuring the security of managing risk with the right insurance. How can we identify
and overcome the key challenges to enable aviation to enable you to operate
successfully with confidence? Hear more around how you can overcome the
pressure points of the aviation insurance market to secure and grow your future
operations.

ACMI and crew recruitment in 2020.

MHC Ltd & Consello Aviation Insurance – Gudmundur Hafsteinsson
Mountain High Consultancy Ltd. together with its’ sister company Consello provide a comprehensive service for Human Resource and Insurance which is specialised for the for the aviation market.

Founded in 2002, MHC Ltd. is located in the U.K. and has developed a strong track
record of providing expert HR solutions. As Chairman of MHC Ltd. Gudmundur has extensive experience within the aviation industry. Consello Insurance provides an insurance consultancy service. Registered in Iceland and an approved by Financial Authorities as an insurance broker.

Gudmundur Hafsteinsson and holds a BA degree in Business Administration
Chairman is a certified Insurance Broker. Gudmundur is a former VP HR and Risk
Manager for Air Atlanta and Avion Group and is located in London.

Gudmundur has close to 40 years in the aviation industry in various management
positions Gudmundur has operated in the Insurance Industry since 1995 and is the
company Lloyds marked specialist. Gudmundur specialises in Aviation and
Aerospace, Marine, D&O, Liabilities.

Daniel Günther

1997 – 2010 Aviation college, several educations and working positions in general aviation industry

2010 – 2015 Project Manager at Flightdesign

2015 – 2019 COO Flightdesign

2019 – today CEO Flightdesign

Artūras Liudkevičius

Artūras Liudkevičius is the CEO of Aviatic MRO, a brand new aircraft maintenance centre which is currently under construction at Šiauliai International Airport in Lithuania.

Experience from numerous previous roles in the MRO business positions him well to lead Aviatic MRO in its ambitious mission to become the leading aircraft hub in the region. Colleagues say Artūras is an excellent leader, a visionary who always looks for non-standard solutions.

David Huttner

Commercial Aviation Practice Leader at PA Nyras

David Huttner was the founding Head of Commercial for Virgin Blue Australia where he managed the growth strategy domestically and throughout the South Pacific. As one of three founding members of the airline’s top leadership, he helped guide the company to become the most successful IPO in Virgin Group history.

His global career spans more than 20 years and covers all areas of the aviation industry from sales and distribution through to product delivery and airline restructuring. Following his decade with the Virgin Group, David was appointed to the board of Vueling at the time of its IPO, and he has since advised some of the world’s leading airlines, airport and industry partners.

David provides leadership on a range of projects for PA Nyras directly relating to strategy, commercial services. Areas of focus include low cost carrier strategies and competitive response, capacity management and slots, as well as airport and airline commercial advisory. He has manged a number of projects focused on slot and capacity maximisation across North America, Europe, the Gulf, Asia and Australia.

Vadim Sidoruk

Title: Country Manager, DHL Express
Nationality: Ukrainian (born in Lviv)

“I am in the people business,” Sidoruk said. “Every day has to be the best day.”

Vadim Sidoruk brings with him 27 years of experience and achievement in the express andlogistics industry with DHL. As the Country Manager of DHL Express Ukraine – the world’sleading international express service provider, Vadim Sidoruk is responsible for the strategicdevelopment of all facets of the company’s business in Ukraine.

Vadim’s outstanding industry credentials and experience put him in an ideal position tolisten, understand and respond to the needs of our customers in Ukraine. Vadim sharesfundamental priorities of DHL – Speed, Reliability and Customer focus.

Vadim Sidoruk has a strong track record across different commercial functions in DHLExpress. In his most recent role as Commercial Manager of CIS and South Eastern Europe,Vadim oversaw the development and implementation of DHL’s commercial strategy.Vadim Sidoruk: “Our strength is the people who work for DHL.

I am very privileged to workwith teams of extremely experienced and dedicated professionals. My prime focus will be toensure that we are all synchronized in our aspiration to be the Provider of Choice for ourcustomers”.

Anton Fursov

Anton Fursov was born in Kyiv, got Master degree as engineer of “Radioelectronic systems and complexes” at National Aviation University.

Since 2007 worked in airlines and MRO in technical and spares supply departments. Got status as official distributor of aviation tyres Michelin for Ukrainian EASA Part-145 MRO and creation ERP system for procurement, repair, sale, planning for Yan Air and Dream Wind Airlines consider as a landmark events in his previous aviation background.

In 2020 create own IT company “Bridge Unite” for developing IT platforms in aviation industry.

PROGRAMM
Time SPEAKER THURSDAY
17.00 Registration & Check-In
17.00 – 17.15 Opening
17.15 – 17.25 Ministry of Infrastructure Ukraine, minister deputy
17.25 – 17.45 Welcome drink & Networking& Live music
17.45 – 17.55 Transport Committee of Ukraine Parliament , head
17.55 – 18.25 Welcome drink & Networking & Live music
18.25 – 18.35 Ukraine CAA, chairman
18.35 – 19.05 Welcome drink & Networking & Live music
19.05 – 19.15 Routes, regional manager
19.15 – 21.30 Welcome drink & Networking & Live music and gifts
Time Speaker Content
8.30 Registration & Check-In
9.30 – 9.45 Opening
Commercial Aviation
9.45 – 10.25 Discussion panel. Ukraine International Airlines, International Boryspil Airport, Ministry of Infrastructure, Ecovis Bondar& Bondar: “Ukraine Aviation Development Drivers”
10.25 – 10.45 Vadim Sidoruk
CEO, DHL, Ukraine
“DHL Transit Hubs. Borsypil Airport Transit Potential for Central Asia and Caucasus”
10.45 – 11.05 Alex Onatsky
Head IATA representative for Ukraine, Georgia and Armenia
IATA
11.05 – 11.25 Simonas Bartkus
Ch-aviation GmbH, Germany
Low-cost airlines invasion to Eastern Europe: what are the scenarios? experience of EU countries from the Eastern block to tackle the new reality
11.25 – 11.45 Adrian Hamilton-Manns
VP Group Strategic Development, Air Astana, Kazakhstan
Technology Trends and Evolution; How they can be applied in emerging markets
11.45 – 12.10 Coffee Break & Networking
12.10 – 12.30 David Huttner
Senior Commercial Aviation Expert, PA Consulting
“LCC strategy and competitive response”
Human Resources and Training
12.30 – 12.50 Espen Høiby
Former airline captain for SAS and the founder and CEO of
OSM Aviation
Talent Shortage and its Impact on the Aviation Industry
12.50 – 13.10 Lukas Levay
Senior Consultant & Lic. Psychologist, CutE, Sweden
Recruitment with Online Assessment in the Aviation Industry
13.10 – 13.30 Melina Rauch
Aviation Psychologist, certified by the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP),CEO MOLLYMAWK psychometrics, Germany
Naturally Dealing with the Selection of Cockpit Crew
13.30 – 13.50 Frode Granlund
CEO, Pilot Flight Academy, Norway
Zero emission flight training leading to sustainable recruitment
13.50 – 14.50 Lunch break
14.50 – 15.10 Stein H. Mjaatveit
Director of Marketing, OSM Aviation Academy
Shaping the Future of Aviation by Doing Less
Avia Tech
15.10 – 15.30 Artūras Liudkevičius
CEO, Aviatic MRO, Lithuania
MRO Demand in the Northern Europe
15.30 – 15.50 Daniel Günther
Managing Director, Flight Design general aviation GmbH
Electric flight – the near future?
15.50 – 16.10 Anton Fursov
CEO, Bridge Unite LTD, Ukraine
Airlines, MRO and Parts Suppliers: saving time, money and efforts by One-Stop-Platfrom
16.10 – 16.35 Coffee Break & Networking
Financial and Insurance
16.35 – 16.55 Gudmundur Hafsteinsson
CEO, Mountain High, UK
Pain Points of Aviation Insurance. ACMI and crew recruitment in 2020
Airport Management
16.55 – 17.15 Enzo Zangrilli
Owner, 1Aviation, Italy
Airport Charges and Airport Propositions Differentiation to Accommodate Different Airlines Business Models
17.15 – 17.35 Julian Carr
Director Aviation, Manchester Airport, UK
Manchester Airport – developing a global network for the North of the UK
18.00 – 20.00 Networking
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