After Pandemic Pause, JetNet iQ Summit Set To Return

 - April 29, 2021, 4:50 PM
JetNet's thought-provoking iQ Summit will return with a live event this September. The conference features panel discussions with key voices in business aviation, along with networking opportunities for attendees. (Photo: Curt Epstein)

After a year’s hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, JetNet’s annual iQ Summit is on track to make its return this September 15 and 16 for its 10th edition. .As in previous years, the event will feature discussions on the present and the future of business aviation, with a slate of top industry experts such as Thierry Betbeze, CEO of Dassault Falcon Jet; Michael Amalfitano, president and CEO of Embraer Executive Jets; Gulfstream Aerospace president Mark Burns; and Textron Aviation president and CEO Ron Draper offering predictions and market insight.

While the earlier summits all took place in either While Plains or Manhattan, the conference organizers chose for this year’s venue the retro TWA Hotel at John F. Kennedy International Airport, housed in the former TWA Airlines terminal. Early registration begins on May 3.

“We’re excited to be back and to reconnect face-to-face with colleagues and old friends, and have industry leaders take the podium before live crowds again,” said JetNet iQ creator and director Rolland Vincent. “We have an exciting new space at the TWA Hotel that really serves as the perfect metaphor for looking back on what we’ve done in the past as an industry and for envisioning where we are headed.”