Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be an Ailevon Pacific client to attend?

  • You do not need to be an Ailevon Pacific client to attend our one-of-a-kind forums.  And you won’t get any pressure to become one.  Everyone is welcome!

Why should I attend?

  • We consistently hear from attendees that they love the small event size (50 or fewer attendees), which allows for good relationship-building not only with airlines, but also with peer airports who become resources and friends in the industry. Plus, Roundtables are known for memorable events, beautiful venues, and some of the best, most non-conference-y conference food you’ve ever had at a conference.

Who are the organizers?

What are the benefits for airports?

  • Face time with airline representatives.
  • Opportunity to share successes and community information with airlines.
  • Learn about airline business models, needs and preferences directly from airline route planners, marketing staff and other key decision-makers.
  • Hear from fellow airport professionals about creative problem-solving, best practices, challenges, and success stories.
  • Enjoy fun social events and host airport city activities.
  • Network and build relationships with industry professionals and consultants.
  • Have fun! Every city hosts a unique experience.

What are the benefits for airlines?

  • Educate airport professionals about business models, preferences for face-to-face meetings and presentations and clarify perceptions.
  • Casual/low pressure environment to educate airport personnel on your business model.
  • Opportunity to network and build relationships with peers from other carriers.
  • Learn more about what airports are doing from a marketing and community perspective to support routes
  • Debate and discuss current industry issues.
  • Have fun! Every city hosts a unique experience.

What sets us apart from other industry events?

  • Participants get something unique out of each event (perhaps a conversation over a drink with a network planner, or a contact from another airport who’s done what you’re about to do).  We limit participation, so there are plenty of opportunities for quality interactions – but it also means that registrations are extremely limited. Beyond that, we believe aviation is fun, and this forum provides a great place to build relationships and get work done. Join us and see what we mean.