Agenda

Miami, FL, 8 - 9 May 2018

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May 809:00
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Keynote Address: The current and future state of global aviation

Keynotes
  • The evolution of LCC and Basic Economy- how are we alleviating the perceived inverse correlation between passenger experience and affordable fares?
  • Opportunities for innovation in the transatlantic and continued competition in low cost long haul
  • With focused ancillaries and bookings, how can airlines reward customers more consistently and become more like travel agencies? Will we be paying passengers to fly?
  • How can AI and machine learning help Airlines better understand vast amounts of customer, commercial and operational data?
  • From house to flight, and connected cities, what will the passenger journey look like 5 years from now?
Moderator: Alex Wilcox, Chief Executive Officer, Jetsuite
Rodin Lyasoff, Chief Executive Officer, A³ By Airbus Group
Jesse Kallman, President, Airbus Aerial
Tim Gann, Head of Strategy, Airbus Americas Inc
May 809:30
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Keynote Address: Data mining from demographics to yield impact to quant investing with creation of JETS Smart Beta ETF

Keynotes
  • What can the airline industry learn from natural language processing (NLP)?
  • How can airlines data mine on emotions and embrace the experience economy?
  • Airport rankings: How are passengers using and rating airports?
  • Increasing revenue per employee: How to cut out 8 billion dollars of baggage loss, and unhappy customers
  • Blockchain and ticketing: How can we use innovation to drive down costs?
 
Frank Holmes, Chief Executive Officer And Chief Investment Officer, US Global Investors
May 809:50
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Keynote Address: Is forward-thinking mentality enough for LCCs to survive the digital revolution?

Keynotes
  • Ensuring you deliver contextual and relevant customer experiences through all channels by analyzing current strategies including sources of data collection, usage of analytics and gauging personalization of offerings through GDSs
  • Evoking the transition of a ticket-centric model to a customer-centric model; looking above fares to ensure that customers are behind your company mission and a part of your company’s big-picture vision
  • Adapting traditional reservation systems to cater to a digital world and deliver new capabilities and new sales channels
 
Dag Skage, Chief Information Officer, Norwegian Air
May 810:10
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May 811:20
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Panel: insights in the raw: learn how to properly extract insights from your data

Aviation IT
  • What are the business questions CIOs should focus on to find answers in their data?
  • Processing and interpreting huge volumes of data: what is your number one strategy?
  • Real-life examples of how airlines apply data analytics to solve operational challenges and offer personalized products and services
Charu Jain, CIO, Alaska Airlines
Dave O'Flanagan, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Boxever
Alf Sagen, Managing Director, Nagarro AS
May 811:20
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Panel: how digitalization is impacting airlines’ PSS systems and what can be done to adapt

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • Migration and transforming architecture
  • What can we learn about personalization from other travel sectors such as hotels and passenger rail?
  • With so many touchpoints how are we aggregating data to make more relevant decisions based on our customers habits?
  • How can airlines display a complex offer under the guise of simplicity?
Moderator: René Armas Maes, Managing Director, Jet Link International LLC
Rafael Martinez, Vice President, Distribution and Revenue Management, Aerolineas Argentinas
Zdenek Komenda, Chief Business Development Officer, Kiwi.com s.r.o
Anton Diego, CEO, EveryMundo
Ron Peri, Chief Executive Officer, Radixx International
May 811:20
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Rapid Rewards: strong customer retention means a simple and valuable core proposition

Aviation Marketing
  • How do we keep the focus on the customer by building a simple and strong proposition?
  • How is the more connected digital transition shifting loyalty needs?
  • Keeping card partnerships aligned with brand, and staying competitive with loyalty programs outside of the airline space
 
Jonathan Clarkson, Senior Director of Loyalty and Partnerships, Southwest Airlines
May 811:20
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Panel: leveraging mobility to bring inflight connectivity to the next level

Air Xperience
  • With more and more devices how do you continue to serve innovative inflight experiences to your flyers?
  • What opportunities must be created to keep customers engaged within your ecosystem in an authentic manner?
  • How can you move beyond customer experience and use real-time monitoring, reporting, and data analytics, to better service your customers and your aircraft?
Norman Haughton, Manager In Flight Entertainment and Connectivity Solutions, Air Canada
Jon Norris, Sr. Director Corporate Sales & Marketing, Panasonic Avionics
Tara Bamburg, Manager WiFi/IFE, Southwest Airlines
May 811:20
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Panel: stop talking and start doing: why airports can no longer be stop-overs but hubs of innovation

Airport T.Ex
  • How can you create the seamless passenger journey of the future through single token travel?
  • Curb to gate: How early can you bring in biometrics?
  • How can wayfinding technology improve the passenger experience as well as your ROI?
  • How can an industry that is notoriously reactive start becoming proactive about security procedures and standards?
Host: Dominic Nessi, Former Deputy Executive Director & Chief Information Officer, Los Angeles World Airports
Jerry Schwinghammer, Chief Technology Officer, Charlotte Douglas International Airport
Mark Thorpe, CEO, Ontario International Airport Authority
Paul Drury, VP, Global Strategy & Partnerships, Ultra Electronics Airport Systems
Diego Ferrer, Managing Deputy Commissioner IT & Telecommunications, City of Chicago Chicago Department of Aviation
Maurice Jenkins, Division Director for Information Systems, Miami Dade County, Aviation Department
May 811:40
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Direct versus indirect booking

Aviation Marketing
  • Pulling customers back to direct booking has proven difficult with the rise of OTAs – but is it worth it to bring them back into the fold?
  • What is being done to combat disparity in how carriers distribute their content for channel optimization? 
  • Can airlines work more closely with their other channels to create more personalized and branded packages?
  • Data misalignment – what data should be made available for the direct and indirect channels to personalize the experience?
 
Rolando Damas, Managing Director, North America & Asia, Avianca
May 812:00
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Hackers and hangars: ramping up cyber awareness

Aviation IT
  • How are you shifting the cyber security culture within your airline?
  • How can you make your team more aware of cyber threats?
  • What can be done to help secure your partners’ connections?
 
Christine Izuakor, Manager Global Security Strategy and Awareness, United Airlines
May 812:00
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NDC: what is the future of One Order?

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • Interline shopping, ordering, and delivery
  • Delivering timely products in a rapidly evolving marketplace
  • Personalization in an era of anonymous shopping
George Khairallah, President, JR Technologies
May 812:00
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Controlling the offer: travel Inventory as UX & Content Marketing

Aviation Marketing
  • Controlling the airline’s brand across all content distribution environments
  • Creating contextual awareness to align inventory content with customer location, both geographical and digital
  • Optimizing data to personalize communication
  • Test, measure and adjust to understand how customers interact with specific platforms, channels, pages and content
 
Justin Steele, Vice President, Product, Switchfly
May 812:00
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Airline digital customer engagement moving onboard – airline apps taking over IFE

Air Xperience
  • How to leverage the airline investment in its app to continue onboard – improving service, generating ancillary revenue 
  • Empowering the airline digital team to support the full passenger journey
  • Can the IFE be opened up to allow e-commerce or streaming providers to team with the airline?
Ralf Cabos, Chairman, PaxLife Innovations GmbH
May 812:00
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Hartsfield-Jackson: the essential commercialization of innovation

Airport T.Ex
  • Where do we see our capability gaps and how do we solve these while driving revenue?
  • How do our solutions affect the security process and do they create enough positive change to implement in the operation?
  • Will these solutions create higher customer satisfaction while also creating new streams of revenue?
Dawn Gregory, Deputy Director of Innovation, City of Atlanta
May 812:10
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Sponsorship Available

Aviation Marketing
For speaking opportunities,
please contact Michael Ryan at +1 646 619 1787 or
michael.ryan@terrapinn.com  
May 812:20
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Roundtable 5: Start-up Solutions: innovations in the venture space

Aviation Marketing
Host: Ajay Sharma, Investment Associate, Jetblue Airways Corp
May 812:20
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Roundtable 1: Connected aircraft: examining the next generation of flight

Aviation IT
Host: Arnie Christianson, Sr. Program Manager, Data Mobility, SES
May 812:20
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Roundtable 7: Mobile journey: how are you defining the mobile experience for your passengers?

Air Xperience
Host: Jaymes Todero, eCommerce Product Manager, United Airlines
May 812:20
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Roundtable 3: LatAm and Caribbean Expansion: retaining brand identity in the LatAm and Caribbean markets

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
Host: David Harvey, Managing Director of Business Development, Southwest Airlines
May 812:20
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Roundtable 9: Visible Light Communication: the next generation of connected communications?

Airport T.Ex
Host: David Wilson, Director of Innovation, Port Of Seattle
May 812:40
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Roundtable 6: Artificial Intelligence: How machine learning can change the world of flight status.

Aviation Marketing
Host: Jodie Novotny, Sales Manager, OAG
May 812:40
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Roundtable 2: Mergers and IT: managing IT integration and driving solutions

Aviation IT
Host: Sandra Kwan, Consultant, Slalom Consulting
May 812:40
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Roundtable 8: Airport and airline security optimization

Air Xperience
Host: Dominic Nessi, Former Deputy Executive Director & Chief Information Officer, Los Angeles World Airports
May 812:40
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Roundtable 4: Dynamic Pricing: which analytics play a key role?

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
Host: Gaston Rodriguez, USA Commercial Director, Azul Brazilian Airlines Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras
May 812:40
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Roundtable 10: Rates and charges: The new low-cost norm in the airport landscape

Airport T.Ex
Host: Bryant Francis, Director, Port of Oakland
May 813:00
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The digital journey: embracing digitalization to connect AirCanada’s customers with the world

Aviation IT
  • How can a seamless digital experience unite all customer touchpoints?
  • Understanding what information is most relevant for your customers, and how it can be used to enhance the operational journey
  • From smart homes to connected phones – what will the journey look like 5-10 years from now?
Carlos Faxas, Head of Product Management, Digital/eCommerce, Air Canada
May 814:20
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Panel: Revenue management: new ancillary revenue streams and the Impact of AI

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • Will artificial intelligence replace humans and our revenue management and pricing teams?
  • How can AI look at big data to help you maximize ancillary in-flight services?
  • Maximizing employee retention and benefits
  • Leveraging mobile technologies, and data and revenue optimization to better anticipate customers’ needs with accuracy
 
Moderator: Tom Bacon, CEO, Airline Revenue Optimization
Juliana Ramirez, Head of Ancillary Revenue, Volaris
Martin Pinero, Director of Global Sales and Client Management, ID90 Travel
Alicia Lines, Regional Director, Financial & Distribution Services, IATA
Eric Nordling, Chief Operating Officer, Revenue Management Systems
May 814:20
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Digital Loyalty: personalization, attribution and integration of channels and touch points

Aviation Marketing
  • How can we understand the strengths of each platform to better engage our customers?
  • How can these bring about a more personalized relationship with each customer?
  • Integrating faster solutions to better react to day to day operations?
  • How do we take advantage of the omnichannel to make sure all the information is talking with one another?
 
Carolina Campuzano, Head of CEM and Loyalty, Aerolineas Argentinas
May 814:20
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Panel: What can David teach Goliath? How can commercial aviation learn from the nimbler private aviation space?

Air Xperience
  • Working with stakeholders to create a more streamlined security experience.
  • Exploring new business models, from membership to subscription, to entice new and regular flyers
  • How are you engaging your consumers on a more personal level?
  • Can private models overlap in underserved areas?
Moderator: Edward Wegel, CEO, World Airways
Alex Wilcox, Chief Executive Officer, Jetsuite
Freddie Laker, CMO, World Airways
David Tait, Former Executive VP and Director, Virgin Atlantic Airways
William Dean Donovan, Founder & Director, Volaris
Ajay Sharma, Investment Associate, Jetblue Airways Corp
May 814:20
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Data exchange in the API revolution, and why airports need to be the new brokers of information

Airport T.Ex
  • Why do airports need to become the centers of information exchange?
  • Why real-time data exchange is necessary to handle disruptions to the current business model of airports
  • How can the distribution of real-time data improve the passenger experience and operations simultaneously?
Humphrey Loe, Project Director, San Francisco International Airport
May 814:40
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Panel: How can airlines bridge the gaps between siloed data, the cloud, and the internet of things?

Aviation IT
  • Analyzing the timing of events and patterns
  • Meshing uncommon data sets to open new doors
  • Overcoming data challenges with legacy systems
 
Andrew Coleman, CCO, GE Aviation
Mike Lorengo, Director - IT Enterprise Architecture, Alaska Airlines
May 814:40
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Extended Loyalty: creating a cohesive loyalty network for your consumers

Aviation Marketing
  • How are customer interacting with your airline and larger loyalty ecosystem?
  • How are you analyzing your partners and how do they align with your service and customer gaps?
  • Looking beyond aviation towards new and optimized air and intermodal partnerships
 
May 814:40
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5 futures for airport parking garages in the age of autonomous vehicles

Airport T.Ex
  • How will autonomous vehicles challenge commercial aviation by competing directly with short-haul overland flights and changing how passengers get to- and from airports?
  • How do you respond to diminished parking revenues that have already been diminished by ride-hailing services?
  • Five potentially unexpected imaginings of airport parking garages that each utilize the existing structures and replicate (or exceed) the lost revenue facing every airport in the emerging age of autonomous vehicles
Devin Liddell, Principal Brand Strategist, Teague
May 814:50
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Panel: NDC, the final frontier- What does the future of distribution look like?

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • How can we simplify product information management?
  • Sorting by price is dead – how can you create better options for your customers, via, quality, experience and content?
  • Streamlining pricing, merchandising and order management
  • Creating a more flexible, dynamic, and passenger-centric environment
 
Moderator: Tom Bacon, CEO, Airline Revenue Optimization
Manish Shrivastava, Commercial Executive, Travel Commerce Solutions Ltd
Massimo Di Perna, Commercial Aviation Director, Trieste Airport
Mark Crossey, Senior Business Development Manager, Skyscanner
Emilio Chacon Monsant, Head of Ancillary Revenue, Aeromexico
May 815:00
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Sponsorship Available

Aviation Marketing
For speaking opportunities,
please contact Michael Ryan at +1 646 619 1787 or
michael.ryan@terrapinn.com  
May 815:00
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How Airbus is engaging new business models on the road to innovation

Air Xperience
  • Why do you need to break out of legacy thinking to imagine the future of flight?
  • From venture programs to Silicon Valley- what advantages are found in new models?
  • How close are we to urban air mobility and how does this redefine our cities?
Tim Gann, Head of Strategy, Airbus Americas Inc
Jesse Kallman, President, Airbus Aerial
May 815:00
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Case Study: Kansas City International Airport: building and financing the new age of airports

Airport T.Ex
  • Why Public-Private Partnerships?
  • ​Politics versus the Balance Sheet
  • Close Collaboration with key Airline Partners at MCI
  • Design/Build/Finance – many projects include the operation and maintenance of the facility, but how does a P3 model change this?
David Long, Deputy Director, Properties and Commercial Development, Kansas City Aviation Department
May 816:10
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Keynote Presentation: The maturation of artificial intelligence and why using AI in the customer experience does not have to mean a cold conversation

Keynotes
  • How are chatbots, fueled by AI, becoming a viable customer service channel?
  • How is the rise of natural voice recognition from the Alexas and Google Homes of the world changing the conversations we can have with our customers?
  • How does this initial investment into AI and machine learning save you time and money on the back end to give more focus to essential customer issues?
May 816:30
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Keynote Presentation: The digital conversation with your customer: big data, user experience, and direct channel growth

Keynotes
  • Grow your airline's direct digital channel by learning to recognize and address customer intent through anonymous big data
  • Serving relevant experiences to your customers at all digital touch points, using geo-location and dynamic pricing
  • New technology to bring the conversation directly to the customer
 
May 816:50
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Keynote Presentation: Robots, videogames and VR: how will they shape our future airports?

Keynotes
  • How seamless can we make the passenger journey from origin to destination?
  • How can airports use the wealth of the information they have to build a smarter airport?
  • How are passengers responding to the use of voice recognition, AI, VR, and robotic assistants?  
  • How can we use mood lighting in airport terminals? Furthermore, can our lights help us locate and communicate information (VLC) back to operations?
  • How are beacons enhancing smart sign tech to create more personalized wayfinding?
 

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May 909:00
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Keynote Panel: The three pillars of innovation, and developing a synergistic relationship to provide customers the fastest and safest experience

Keynotes
  • We are at a crossroads- with more and more people flying, why are we still seeing so many gaps in the customer experience, and system capabilities?
  • How do these gaps impact the three pillars of innovation: security effectiveness, operational efficiency, and customer satisfaction?
  • The TSA is not Big Brother: how do we communicate early in the terminal design process to streamline the passenger journey, and ensure that the airport, airlines, and TSA are accommodating the passengers in the safest most efficient manner?
 
Moderator: Jose Bonilla, Director, Innovation Task Force, Transportation Security Administration
Chris Maston, Port Director Miami Int'l Airport, US Customs & Border Protection
Daniel Ronan, Federal Security Director, TSA, Miami International Airport
David Menzel, Sales Director - Government Markets, SITA
May 909:40
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Keynote Address: Using JetBlue’s innovation to enhance operations

Keynotes
  • Growing and protecting company culture by creating an environment of trust and a transparent leadership rooted in company values
  • Strategic investments and alliances to optimize the air experience and bring more value to the customer
  • Going beyond the airline: Utilizing venture innovation to accelerate operational efficiency, and modernize the air experience.
 
Jeff Martin, Executive Vice President of Operations, Jetblue Airways Corp
May 910:00
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Keynotes
For speaking opportunities, please contact
Michael Ryan at +1 646 619 1787 or
michael.ryan@terrapinn.com
May 911:20
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Next Gen AI: how conversational AI is revolutionizing customer service in emerging markets

Aviation IT
  • How is AI changing Aeroméxico’s customer engagement practices on channels like WhatsApp?
  • Mixing automated and human interaction – how does the AI know when to seamlessly handoff to a human agent?
  • How does this free up employees to respond with more relevant help?
  • With the lack of a “universal channel” like WhatsApp, will this customer innovation leapfrog the North American market?
 
Brian Gross, Vice President of Digital Innovation, Aeromexico
May 911:20
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Panel: Establishing a scientific method of cost reduction

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • What levers are we pulling to lower overall cost per customer?
  • What results and feedback are we seeing?
  • How carefully are we measuring our costs and are we seeing the right variables?
  • How can we then use this feedback to create the necessary operational efforts down the line to create actual cost cutting?
Moderator: René Armas Maes, Managing Director, Jet Link International LLC
Chris Amenechi, VP Pricing and Revenue Management, Copa Airlines
Alison Short, Sr. Director Revenue Management, Air Canada
Rana Ghosh, Sr. Director, Ancillary Services, Spirit Airlines
May 911:20
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Putting the “V” in Viral: how Virgin Atlantic Airways’ disruption predated the digital age

Aviation Marketing
  • Creating a culture of agility-based marketing by responding appropriately based on contextual information
  • Staying relevant by being brave and bold, challenging stereotypes and poking fun at tradition
  • Utilizing an overview of Virgin Atlantic’s history to understand how and why disruption worked and looking at culture with different eyes as an airline
David Tait, Former Executive VP and Director, Virgin Atlantic Airways
May 911:20
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The Internet of Things and connectivity: facing unseen levels of hyper connectivity, how will IoT affect the customer journey?

Air Xperience
  • Connected devices - how IoT can improve customer journey stress points by utilizing multiple geo-specific access points and device-to-device interfacing
  • How IoT can improve experience, fuel efficiency and amplify passenger personalization through a system of perpetual communication between access points
  • Looking at cross-platform interfacing, managing tech communication streams and addressing security vulnerabilities
Norman Haughton, Manager In Flight Entertainment and Connectivity Solutions, Air Canada
May 911:20
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Secondary Airports: stepping from the shadow of major competitors

Airport T.Ex
Moderator: Bryant Francis, Director, Port of Oakland
Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation, Colorado Springs Airport
Diane Crews, President and CEO, Sanford Airport Authority
May 911:40
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Virtual Assistants: United Airlines meets Alexa

Aviation IT
  • How are we making decisions from everyday natural language processing?
  • What touchpoints do we have available to suggest the most relevant options from limited information?
  • How are the Alexas, Siris, and Google Homes changing the Customer journey?
Jacob Guerra, Director, Marketing Technology Modernization, United Airlines
May 911:40
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Southwest Growth: from the heart of Texas to international competition

Aviation Marketing
  • Maintaining a strong passenger experience whilst undergoing rapid growth
  • How do you establish a key foothold in markets such as the Caribbean and Mexico?
  • What are you doing to make sure your corporate customers are staying happy?
David Harvey, Managing Director of Business Development, Southwest Airlines
May 911:40
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Digital transformation to build a human connection

Air Xperience
  • How are airlines looking to customize and personalize their propositions?
  • How can digital change the user experience to make an easy-to-use, compelling model through which to create brand loyalty?
  • What can be done to provide seamless multichannel conversations with our customers?
Samantha Stinson, Manager Web Strategy, American Airlines
May 911:50
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Beacon commercialization: how do we make beacon technology commercially viable and useful to passengers?

Airport T.Ex
  • What pricing models can we move forward to make beacons relevant?
  • How can we ensure this model finds the best middle ground between airlines and airports to create a seamless passenger journey?
  • How can this be beneficial to everyday operations?
Moderator: Chris Groh, Planning Associate, Hutchins & Groh
Carlos Faxas, Head of Product Management, Digital/eCommerce, Air Canada
Mario Rodriguez, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Indianapolis International Airport
May 912:00
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Innovation stations: why you have to think small to go big

Aviation IT
  • How is Southwest working with small hubs to test early ideas in key hubs?
  • What benefits are found from this nimbler roll out?
  • How can we think outside of the box and learn from our current limits?
 
Heather Figallo, Sr. Director, Innovation and Labs, Southwest Airlines
May 912:00
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Panel: Self-Connecting: will American airlines and airports embrace a self-connect service model like Europe’s new “GatwickConnects”?

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • 37% of all travelers are willing to wait more than four hours on a layover in order to save $200. For millennials, that number jumps to 55% - How will this new trend shape American airline interactions, and interlining practices?
  • How will this new trend in booking affect customer retention and loyalty rates?
  • Will new partnerships need to be created or will new ancillary services need to be offered to maintain customer satisfaction?
 
Massimo Di Perna, Commercial Aviation Director, Trieste Airport
David Gunnarsson, Chief Executive Officer, Dohop
May 912:00
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People before policy: building the ultimate airline experience

Aviation Marketing
  • How do you institute a policy of people first mentality?
  • How do you take advantage of new digital channels to better interact with your customers?
  • How are you ensuring your passengers experience the same great customer service?
May 912:00
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Google Insights: using AI and chatbots to create engaging customer interactions

Air Xperience
  • How are conversational experiences becoming an essential component of every service and product?
  • Exploring growing trends, top use cases, and best practices for building natural and rich conversation experiences.
  • What are current opportunities for travel companies and airlines to leverage voice?
Chris Blocker, Global Product Partnerships, Google Assistant & Dialogflow, Google Inc
May 912:10
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Case Study: Department of Homeland Security Silicon Valley (DHS SV): finding and encouraging innovation in aviation

Aviation IT
  • How is DHS SV reaching into the startup community for innovative technologies?
  • How can the government partner with the aviation industry and tech startups to create a seamless travel experience for passengers?
  • Learn about funding opportunities for startups to work with DHS SV on seamless travel
 
Melissa Ho, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Office, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate
May 912:10
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Location based marketing: are you understanding the passenger flow of your airport?

Air Xperience
  • How are you measuring passenger behavior from curb-to-gate, and gate-to-curb?
  • Are you fully understanding retail analytics to know how sales are impacted by passenger actions?
  • How can you incorporate indoor positioning and heatmapping to further understand behaviors?
May 913:40
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Roundtable 1: legacy data: overcoming data challenges with legacy systems

Aviation IT
Host: Jon Dunsdon, Chief Technology Officer, GE Aviation
May 913:40
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Roundtable 9: Airport Development: working with stakeholders to create a seamless airport experience

Airport T.Ex
Host: Jason Wilson, Director of Real Estate Management and Development, Miami International Airport
May 913:40
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Roundtable 7: Bots and AI: beyond robots

Air Xperience
Host: Brian Gross, Vice President of Digital Innovation, Aeromexico
May 914:00
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Roundtable 8: How can commercial aviation learn from the nimbler private aviation space?

Air Xperience
Host: Alex Wilcox, Chief Executive Officer, Jetsuite
May 914:00
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Roundtable 4: Seamless journeys: how can airlines think beyond old ancillaries and make flights the beginning of a bigger experience?

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
Host: Tal Shalit, Chief Executive Officer, Betterez
May 914:00
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Roundtable 10: The Role of Audio Visual Public Address and Emergency Notification Systems in the Enhancement of the Customer Experience in an Airport Environment

Airport T.Ex
Host: Anthony Satariano, Engineered Systems Manager-Transportation, Innovative Electronic Designs
May 914:00
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Roundtable 6: Loyalty Programs: Immersive loyalty practices to best engage your consumer

Aviation Marketing
Host: Dan McKone, Vice President, L.E.K. Consulting
May 914:20
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Blockchain disruption: building an infrastructure of connected assets

Aviation IT
  • What does blockchain technology have to do with IoT?
  • How do networks operate without wifi and cellular connectivity?
  • How can blockchain technology enable interoperability and sharing across multiple companies?
Shilpi Kumar, Head of Product Commercialization, Filament
May 914:20
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Strategizing route acquisition to maintain consistent growth and fostering significant ROI

Aviation Strategy and Low Cost Congress
  • Managing capacity: how to achieve sustainable growth given the region’s huge order book and the temptation to continue or resume strategic expansion
  • Meeting safety standards: how to collaborate towards a cross-border aviation safety regulation
  • Beyond the maturing LCC penetration rate: where are the growth opportunities?
Dave Doty, Senior Planner, Network Capacity, Southwest Airlines
May 914:20
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Experiential marketing: engaging your customers outside of their purchase history

Aviation Marketing
  • How do customers identify your brand and how do you want them to see you?
  • From virtual flight attendants on the corner, to office souvenirs, what are you doing to engage your audience?  
  • How do you move beyond a viral stunt?
  • What touchpoints are you leaving your customers with to encourage conversion?
Corey Evans, Manager of Sponsorship and Community Investment, Westjet
May 914:20
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Bringing the customer back into the passenger journey

Air Xperience
  • In the race for lower fares have we forgotten about the customer?
  • How are we engaging the passenger from first book to final destination?
  • Are we engaging them on multiple channels?
  • How do we bring delight back into the overall flight experience and not just your first and business class?
May 914:40
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The influence of blockchain and cryptocurrencies on the customer journey

Aviation IT
  • What are the advantages of leaving transactions to the ledger?
  • How does currency exchanged between programs affect exchange rates, and transferability rules?
  • How does this enable us to reward our customers at a quicker rate?
 
May 914:40
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In the battle across the Atlantic will ULCCs inherit the North American market?

Aviation Marketing
  • With players like Norwegian, Spirit etc. driving fare prices down- just how low can the market go?
  • How long can airlines sustainably fight over fares in response to ULCC’s?
  • With fares as low as $40 even $20- are we seeing a viable customer response?
last published: 18/Jan/18 06:35 GMT