Asia Pacific Aviation Safety Seminar (APASS) is organised by Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) and hosted by VietJet Air.
APASS is the leading aviation safety event in the Asia Pacific region that take places once every two years and was created to enable and support continuous improvement in aviation safety in the region. The event enjoys wide participation from regional and global key safety stakeholders such as airlines, ANSPs, airports, aircraft manufacturers, academia, vendors, insurers, ground handlers, MROs and suppliers.
This seminar has a proven track record in providing an excellent safety forum including networking opportunities that enable the exchange ideas on the important fundamentals and applications of aviation safety best practices, in-service experience, lessons-learned and sharing of practical solutions with key aviation safety experts from around the region.
Programme At A Glance
Panel Discussion 1: Safety Our Joint Responsibility
Panelists: ICAO, Airbus, Boeing, FAA, EASA, CAAS
Panel Discussion 2: The Role of Infrastructure in Improving Aviation Safety – Should we be embracing New Technology or Just Getting The Basics Right First?
Panelists: IATA, Singapore Airlines, Thales, ICAO, Boeing
Panel Discussion 3: The Innovation Challenge
Panelists: Airbus, CAAS, EASA, Ideagen Plc, AirAsia Group
Workshop 1: Safety Risk
Programme Partner: Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand
- Advanced Safety Data Analysis
- Integrating Three AOCs Into One
- Effective Safety with Multiple AOCs
- Resilience Engineering and SMS Integration
- Safety and Security Outside the Cockpit
Workshop 2: Training
Programme Partner: Singapore Flying College
Workshop 3: Cabin Safety
Programme Partner: Malaysia Airlines, Hong Kong Express
- Wildlife Trafficking
- Virtual Reality Training
- Human Factor Analysis
- Resilience Engineering
Workshop 4: Turboprop Safety
Programme Partner: Mandarin Airlines, Cebu Pacific
- Bird Strike Avoidance Technique, What Airline Can Do?
- Ground Safety
- Education and Training
- Flight Data Management
- Safety Performance Indicator
- Upset Prevention and Recovery Training