Everest Events has been organising and running professional aviation seminars for over 17 years. We run aviation conferences throughout the year, tailored to industry and customer demands. Our courses and events feature leading speakers from the aviation industry, making them essential diary dates for all levels of aviation personnel.
Everest’s aviation seminars are suitable for all experience levels from new entrants to seasoned professionals. They provide delegates the opportunity to learn, practice, develop or refresh their skills. With previous topics including Maintenance Reserves, Managing Technical Aspects of a Lease, Technology Leaps and Best Practices. The sessions are always well attended by a wide range of aviation industry personnel.
Our aviation conferences and seminars focus on fundamental and prevalent topics, attracting expert speakers and senior aviation executives. These stimulating networking opportunities encourage participation and interaction from delegates in high quality venues.
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This seminar will focus on the issues involved in aviation investment risk management and the extensive transactional support it requires. The in-depth programme will provide the information needed by bankers, operators’ technical managers, asset lessors and lessees plus legal and other professional advisors concerned with minimizing risk and maximizing opportunities in aviation finance and management. Plus others seeking new aviation investment opportunities and anyone with on-going exposure
This one day seminar will discuss the growing role of aircraft and engine leasing to worldwide airline’s fleets with an in-depth look at the maintenance issues and trends in technical aspects of aircraft leases.
This event will cover in-depth all aspects of maintenance reserves, what you need to know and how to put it into practice. It will discuss typical issues pertaining to the Lessor and what is required to ensure they are protected, how to calculate reserves, what accrual rates should be set, mid-lease inspections and more. It will provide an overview with practical exercises. It will be of value to anyone involved in aircraft asset management or leasing and anyone who wishes to gain a further understanding of the topics.