Recovery and Reform in Aviation -

Impact of Covid-19 on Aviation’s Structure, Regulation and Ownership


10th European Aviation Conference

30th November - 1st December 2022

Heilbronn, Germany

30th November 2022: Conference Day 1

1st December 2022: Conference Day 2

Confirmed Speakers:


Ernst-Jan Heuten has extensive experience in the field of economic regulation of airports as well as in other transport sectors and network industries. This experience covers individual cases, strategic aspects, regulatory design and international cooperation in The Thessaloniki Forum of Airport Charge Regulators. Academically educated as an economist at the Rotterdam Erasmus University. Working for the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM). The ACM is charged with competition oversight, sector-specific regulation of several sectors and enforcement of consumer protection laws.


Jody is Senior Director of Economic Analysis and Policy at InterVISTAS Consulting, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Over her 10 years at InterVISTAS and in the industry, she has worked on numerous projects across various transportation modes (including aviation, rail and maritime). Her projects have focused on economic analysis, regulation and policy, and transportation demand analysis, among other areas of work. She holds a Master of Maritime and Air Transport Management from the University of Antwerp, Belgium and a Bachelor of Science in Financial Mathematics and Economics from the University of Victoria, British Columbia.


A senior air transport, environmental and macro economist, Brian Pearce is Visiting Professor at Cranfield University Department of Air Transport and adviser to Airbus Skytra. He was formerly Chief Economist at IATA in Geneva, Director of Sustainable Investment at Forum for the Future, Head of Environmental Economics at ERM, Head of Global Economic Research at SBC Warburg, and Chief Economist at Ernst & Young. His work over the 40 years advising government, investors, NGOs and business in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, developed an expertise in a wide range of strategic business and policy issues. He has lived and worked in Europe and Asia.


As head of regulatory affairs of ADR, Fabio is in charge of economic regulation oversight for Rome airports of Fiumicino and Ciampino

He also serves as chairperson of ADR Assistance (100% owned by ADR), where he has been board member since 2012, and for the current term as chairperson of ACI Europe’s Economics Committee. Prior to joining ADR Group, in 1999-2007 Fabio has been a director of equity research at Merrill Lynch. Fabio earned his M.A. in International Economics at SAIS, Washington DC, a graduate school of the Johns Hopkins University, and his bachelor degree in Political Science at the University of Bologna

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