Coming up soon is the annual World Low Cost Airlines Congress,
drawing in low cost carriers from around the world year on year. Sessions will discuss business models, pricing strategies, revenue streams and more.
I have observed some meetings that bring competitors together to discuss business, and found they usually include an antitrust warning at their beginning reminding people to not discuss these kinds of topics, especially anything around pricing or market division (which for airlines might be around who's going for what routes), including at sidebars, networking breaks, and social events.
The upcoming meeting is in London, but includes a variety of companies from around the world (taking the event website at face value).
Are there any laws (especially those related to antitrust) which prevent international competitors from coming together to discuss pricing strategies etc.?