The March 7 event was scheduled to take place in the Bulolo Room at the Lae International Hotel on from 10am to 12pm. However, the times and venue may have changed so for new details call Ensie and Zayna at 472 2340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
"There are not many who haven't been delayed or had extra cost in time delays, stopovers and missed connections and we are sure Mr Milne will address this in his speech. Please leave your weapons at the front door, bring your questions and Lae professionalism," the LCCI adds.
Milne will follow this up with a talk in Port Moresby at a business breakfast on March 14 at the Hilton Hotel. The event takes place from 7am to 9am and bookings should be addressed to email@example.com
Milne has more than 37 years of experience in the aviation industry in areas of operations, regulatory and strategic management.
Before his appointment to lead Air Niugini late last year, Milne had been with the Qantas Group fore the previous five years, mainly in engineering. His tenure in that company included the roles of head of the 747 fleet, head of the maintenance control centre and head of the airline operations centre.
Milne has developed, implemented and managed major programs including the transition to the new Australian airworthiness and maintenance regulations.
He led the crisis response team during the Airbus A380 OF32 engine failure in Singapore, the Icelandic volcanic eruption and the grounding of the Qantas fleet during the industrial dispute in 2011.
He is a licenced aircraft maintenance engineer and a graduate in Bachelor of Technology from Deakin University and has a Master of Business and Technology from the University of New South Wales. He has a private pilot's licence.