Patrick Quayle, Vice President, International Network, United Airlines
Venue : Four Seasons Hotel, Ballroom (second floor), 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646
Date : October 31, 2017
Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
Price : $45.00
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business leaders spend 80% of their time on the road…actually, in the skies.
Rapid transit between business epicenters – whether it’s your operations hub,
development centers, or manufacturing sites – requires agility and network
Patrick Quayle, Vice President International Planning for United Airlines will address the major challenges facing the commercial airline industry and highlight key strategic factors driving the future of global aviation. He will do this through the United Airlines lens with an eye toward why long haul flights are becoming more prevalent, what that means for United’s future growth, and how new technology is enabling carriers to better serve business leaders.
Drawing upon United’s successful SIN-SFO route and discussing why adding the SIN-LAX makes sense for customers, Patrick will also discuss the importance of connectivity and why it should matter to consumers.
About the Speaker:
Vice President, International Network
Patrick Quayle is United’s vice president of international network. Patrick is responsible for setting United’s long term strategy and capacity decisions for international markets.
Patrick brings deep experience to this position. Before joining United, he served as managing director of international planning at American Airlines, where he oversaw a $12 billion international route portfolio. He also served as managing director of network and fleet strategy for American. Prior to these appointments, he held positions of increasing responsibility at American across multiple departments. Patrick started his career in network planning at Continental Airlines.
Patrick received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Rice University, and his MBA from University of Bath in Bath, U.K.
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