On Friday 29th September 2017, single-engine turboprop OEMs, Operators and Support Services Providers gathered at the headquarters of The Royal Aeronautical Society in Central London for the second annual SETOps Conference.

Organised by The Royal Aeronautical Society, Emerald Media and BlueSky Business Aviation News, the event attracted a capacity audience from the UK, Europe, the USA - and as far afield as New Zealand!

The SETOps 2017 gallery is now online, together with a selection of reports and articles addressing some of the topics discussed.

In addition, a selection of downloadable images are available here from our photographer, 'billypix' . Password is Emeraldbillypix.


"I thought the event was excellent. The quality of the panels and discussions were some of the best Iíve personally participated in - and we certainly picked up some good contacts during the conference."

Trevor Pegrum, Manager, EMEA Aviation Sales & Marketing, Garmin.


Reports & Articles

  SETOps Sponsors
  • Scene SETing James Dillon-Godfray, Conference Chairman and Head of Business Development at London Oxford Airport, set the scene for this exciting new business aviation sector. read

  • SETOps conference shows the future of air transport services Kathryn B. Creedy. read

  • If SETops continue to grow, the landscape will be different in a decade Richard Koe, Managing Director of WINGX Advance. read

  • The future of SETops - a perception issue? A panel consisting of business aviation associations at SETops 2017 agreed the success of single engine turboprops (SETs) depends primarily on the publicís perception of their safety. read

  • Marketing SETP requires Logic and Emotion Ashley Bowen Cook, vice president at Greteman Group, a marketing communications agency based in Wichita, the Air Capital. read

  • US small transportation activity is higher than the post-deregulation period Kathryn B. Creedy. read

  • What Next for Single-Engine Turboprops? Patrick Margetson-Rushmore, Chief Executive, Luxaviation UK. read

  • The Ďdisintermediationí of business aviation Wheels Up, Surf Air and newcomers Waves are all making use of proprietary apps, a significant shift for business aviation, which until recently has thrived on personal relationships with customers. read



SETOps will return in Spring 2019
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