Session timeout

Sorry, your session timed out after a long time of inactivity. Please click OK and Sign In again.


Event Overview

For the Global Airfinance Conference Dublin 2017 website click here

“Setting the Agenda for 2016”

2015 was an incredible year for the Global Airfinance Conference Dublin, welcoming 1600 representatives from more than 68 countries and 600 companies in attendance, solidifying its status as the most important event in aviation finance.

In 2016, the premium event for aviation finance returns to the Convention Centre in Dublin.


Keynote Speakers in 2016 include:  


Jozsef Varadi,
Chief Executive Officer,
Wizz Air
Simone Menne,
Chief Financial Officer,
Neil Sorahan,
Chief Financial Officer,
Goran Jansson,
Chief Financial Officer,
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
Bjorn Kjos,
Chief Executive Officer,
Norwegian Air Shuttle



Key Sessions Include:
- What is the future of public leasing companies
- Are we at the end of the cycle?
- How can rising interest rates, currency devaluations and deflation impact aircraft values?
- How will the slowdown in China and similar large economies impact aircraft trading and financing?
For more information please contact Danielle Flynn on +44(0)20 7779 8729 or email
“It was the first time at the conference and well worth travelling. I will be sure to come back” Anna Maria Masciotra, Air Canada
“As an airline, this event is perfect for having answers to all our questions and needs in one shot” Zaïna Akbil, Royal Air Maroc
“The best aircraft financing event in the world, year-in and year-out” Donald Gray, Blake, Cassels & Graydon
“Very good networking, interesting presentations and panel sessions” Assel Beisekeyeva, Air Astana
“Coming all over from India I think it was a good investment of time! Good knowledge sharing and networking opportunity” Anand Bhaskar, Airworks
“I attended the first eleven conferences in New York from 1980 and believe that the quality just gets better” Donald Bunker, Donald H. Bunker and Asscoiates
“Great speakers, well organised, top networking opportunities” Philip Greene, Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking