NYU Law Professor Michael E. Levine – The Evolution of the Airline Industry: Past, Present and Future

Date and Time: Tuesday, 17 November 2015 at 7:00PM
Venue: NYU School of Law (Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South) Room 210
Speaker: Michael Levine, Professor, NYU Law; Former CEO of New York Air; Key player in Airline Deregulation Act of 1978

Please join the Aviation Club at NYU in welcoming Michael E. Levine for a thoughtful speech and discussion with NYU Students.

Michael E. Levine is a distinguished research scholar and senior lecturer in NYU School of Law. Prior to returning to academic life in 1999, Professor Levine served as the CEO of New York Air and held executive vice-president positions in both Continental and Northwest. Named as one of the ten most influential pioneers in aviation history, Professor Levine played a crucial role in devising mechanisms and practices for airline deregulation, while he was serving at U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board. Professor Levine’s pioneered initiatives in airline partnership, network and fleet management.He was also renowned for his strategies in helping post-deregulated New York Air returning to profit in 1984. New York Air’s success is often modeled by other insolvent airlines and often used as a case study in colleges.

At the speech, Professor Levine will not only discuss about his extraordinary work on airline deregulation and airline management. With his extensive experience as both the regulator and heads of airlines, Professor Levine will talk about the fundamentals of airline industry from both legal and business point of view. He will further extend his sharing to his perspectives on the current state and the future development of the industry.

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