As an archipelago, Indonesia has huge potential in aviation. By 2034, it is expected to be the sixth largest market for air travel. By then some 270 million passengers are expected to fly to, from and within the country. That’s three times the size of today’s market. Last year, one of Indonesia airlines just issued its largest order for planes, proving that the aviation and aerospace sector are flourishing despite the turmoil involving safety concerns and infrastructure have also made the headlines these past few years. Not only commercial, Indonesia’s military aviation is also looking to modernize its air force. That been said, the rise of aviation industry is expected to boost the significance of neighboring industries such as travel and tourism, hospitality, education, technology, even aerosports. Indonesia’s aviation enthusiasts have also grown into somewhat niche-but-large community; contributing ideas and knowledge throughout discussion with the general public.
Pecha Kucha Night Jakarta Vol. 23 will be dedicated to aviation / aviation-related industry practitioners, stakeholders and enthusiasts. They will take us behind the scene of aviation industry on how they view, contribute and/or improve the industry; hoping that it would give the audience a glimpse of this complex yet exciting industry.