Andrew Charlton is the managing director of Aviation Advocacy, a consultancy firm based in Switzerland.
His exhaustive CV includes stints as chief legal officer of Qantas before heading government affairs for the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and working as a university lecturer in airport economics, management and policy.
In this special episode in partnership with UNSW’s School of Aviation, Charlton discusses how the industry should best navigate its tricky post-COVID-19 recovery.
He talks talent shortages, whether airport slot rules are too much of a constraint and the industry’s move towards sustainability.
Sponsored by UNSW’s School of Aviation