Distressed Airlines in Asia:
Reflecting for the Future

Thursday 9 March, 5.00pm SGT (GMT +8)

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The Seminar explores issues arising in the restructuring of airlines in Asia. Our experts will discuss general issues like the difference between (a) a successful and unsuccessful airline restructuring, and (b) opting for local and foreign proceedings. More specific legal and non-legal issues will also be discussed. The former comprises issues such as the Cape Town Convention and the Gibbs rule. The latter comprises issues such as interactions between stakeholders, and financing in the region.

Participants will learn what goes into a successful airline restructuring in Asia, and the factors that an airline would have to consider before deciding between a local and foreign proceeding. They will also learn of the legal developments and complications in this area, specifically involving the Cape Town Convention and the Gibbs rule. Lastly, they will gain a better understanding of the state of financing, and the interactions between stakeholders specific to airline restructuring in Asia.




Event Details


The virtual part of the event will be held online via zoom.

Can't join live? The content will be available On Demand for three months following the event. 


The in person part of the event will be held in Singapore at JustCo@ Marina Square



You will receive an email from INSOL with a link to access the webinar the day before the event