Webinar: ‘Commercial Aviation: Rapid Descent to Gradual Climb-Out’ – John Heimlich, Airlines for America
May 13, 2020 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Airlines for America (A4A) Vice President and Chief Economist John Heimlich will join us to discuss the industry’s trajectory before and after the onset of COVID-19. He will review the implications of CARES Act disaster relief, self-help measures being taken by U.S. airlines, and prospects for recovery.
John Heimlich joined Airlines for America (A4A) in April 2001 and currently serves as Vice President and Chief Economist. He is responsible for matters pertaining to economics and energy and frequently engages with members of the media. Heimlich represents A4A in the MIT Airline Industry Consortium and the Harvard Industrial Economists Discussion Group and is Chairman Emeritus of the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA). In December 2010, Heimlich received the Armbrust Aviation Group’s award for “Distinguished Achievement in Aviation.” Prior to A4A, Heimlich spent five years at United Airlines in financial planning, financial analysis and international and regulatory affairs. In the latter role, he worked on competition matters, mergers, route cases and antitrust immunity for alliances. A native of Kent, Ohio, Heimlich holds a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Cornell University and a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
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