By Marcel Riwalsky, Executive Director of Aviation-Event


Renowned business leaders from the aviation industry have been meeting at Aviation-Event since 2008. These forward-thinking thinkers and innovators with strong practical and theoretical backgrounds converge annually to discuss current and future trends, as well as growth and development strategies. The emphasis and focus is on questioning and reviewing processes, as well as looking at them from different angles and perspectives, to find the best practices available in and for the aviation industry.


Aviation-Event is:

– Neutral, non-partisan and multi-themed

– For companies and associations that are and participate in the economic factor of air transport

– A very broad perception and permanent reference in and for the commercial and business press

– The leading center for social media communication for all players in the aviation industry (reached up to 80,000 followers)


Aviation-Event’s upcoming projects include the following aviation conferences and events:

-Aviation-Event 2020 Vienna: Where we will focus on industry news and tendencies. Please note that due to COVID-19 regulations, we have postponed this initiative to March 18, 2021.

-Aviation-Event 2021 Tenerife: As its location in the Canary Islands (Spain) suggests, the main theme of the conference is Aviation and Tourism. The conference is scheduled for Friday 11 June 2021 at the Hotel Palacio de Isora, a member of the renowned Gran Meliá hotel chain.


Aviation-Event has a strong presence in both commercial and business media. It also maintains a very high presence in social networks (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook), through its own channels (more than 20 thousand subscribers) and thanks to exclusive influencers. Among them there are leaders of more than ten different nationalities, who cover five languages. The services of these aviation professionals can be combined and customized for special purposes, as required.


Aviation-Event is the point where the most recognized and knowledgeable voices in aviation meet permanently.