London, 4 - 6 September 2019

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Sep 408:55
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Commercial Space Travel – Industry Game Changer or Entertaining Distraction?

Keynotes
  • How will the sub-orbital industry affect innovation in aviation?
  • Can players like Space X, Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin prove the business model and transport passengers with the safety and regularity of a commercial airline?
  • What impact will commercial space travel have on customer expectation and mindset?
  • What can airlines and airports learn from the fast-growth commercial space industry?
Greg Williams, Editor In Chief, Wired Magazine
Sep 409:20
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Chair’s Opening remarks

IAR China Summit
John Grant, Senior Consultant, IAR - Institute for Aviation Research
Sep 409:24
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Sep 409:25
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How Air New Zealand has retained a challenger brand mentality to set themselves apart from larger competitors on a global stage?

Aviation Marketing
  • How Air New Zealand do things differently to deliver campaigns and content that connects with customers
  • Using guerrilla marketing to stimulate new opportunities and create global brand awareness
  • Investing heavily across the customer journey into products and services and taking a multi-dimensional approach
Sep 409:25
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Chair's Opening Remarks

IFEC
Sep 409:25
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Exclusive keynote interview: How smart Data Analytics can benefit passenger satisfaction and airport management

Airport T.EX
Fraport CEO Stefan Schulte will sit down to discuss the vast digital analysis that supports one of Europe’s largest airports and their growing portfolio. Stefan will share how Germany’s aviation frontrunners leverage big data to feedback into regular operations and strategy decisions in one of the world’s biggest hubs
Interviewer: Ben Thompson, Journalist, BBC
Sep 409:25
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Defining the future of payments at IATA

Payments
  • How new technologies and regulations shape the development of payments in the aviation industry?
  • Distribution and Payments, hand-in-hand strategies to match your customers’ needs and increase your business
  • What is the best answer to a complex payments landscape? Providing flexible, simple and easy options for customers
Sep 409:35
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The European Aviation Network is live and flying – Discover how it will revolutionise European inflight connectivity

IFEC
  • What are the key challenges for the European airlines and why the EAN is uniquely positioned to solve them
  • How the EAN is terrifically changing the passengers experience and behaviours
  • Where incremental revenue streams and operational savings come from – EAN brings to airlines the highest and fastest return on investment
Thorsten Robrecht, CEO & Founder, SkyFive
Daniel Schultz, Senior Expert Inflight Services and Connectivity, Deutsche Telekom AG
Justin Starr, Manager, STS AeroMod
Thomas Paullier, European Aviation Network Project Manager, Airbus Customer Services, Cabin Connectivity, Airbus
Lucinda Pike, Business Development & Sales Manager – Civil Connectivity, Thales UK
Sep 409:40
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How can the Travel & Tourism sector help to achieve Seamless Travel?

Airport T.EX
Gloria will come to address the world’s aviation sector on the steps needed for the Travel & Tourism sector to achieve Seamless Travel. WTTC’s Seamless Traveller Journey (STJ) Programme works to align existing technologies and initiatives to provide an end-to-end journey across the entire travel process with the ultimate goal of improving the overall security and the traveller experience. Gloria will discuss how the current programme of work is focusing on aligning the industry as well as stakeholders from the public sector to ensure that emerging initiatives are interoperable and standards are set.
Sep 409:45
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How do we eliminate friction from the consumer in their travel journey?

Aviation Marketing
  • Friction can lose you customers as expectations continue to rise in line with technology
  • Join Facebook to hear about a zero-friction future in Aviation
Sep 409:45
Conference pass

Safe with (Paysafe)cash: the role of cash in the future of payments

Payments
  • Why is cash payment still a key payment option for customers in Europe and around the world?
  • Offering a safe way to pay online to attract security seekers
  • Ensuring that you cater for all customers with risk free payment options
Sep 409:45
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China aviation market outlook: major issues, trends and key drivers for

IAR China Summit
Zheng Lei, President, IAR - Institute for Aviation Research
Sep 409:55
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Exclusive keynote interview: The future of aviation in Istanbul - scaling up to 200 million passengers per year

Airport T.EX
The world’s latest mega-hub has smashed records for development. Istanbul Airport currently has an initial capacity of 90 million passengers after opening its first phase in 2018. This will then be increased to 200 million when all phases have been completed. CEO Kadri Samsunlu will come to the Aviation Festival to talk about the crucial impact digital technology will play in Istanbul Airport’s drive to be the busiest airport in the world.
Sep 410:00
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Aer Lingus Brand Transformation Story: Becoming a true international carrier

Aviation Marketing
  • What were the research phases used to create a new Aer Lingus brand that reflects modern Irish society?
  • What are the subtle differences that define a low cost and a full-service airline brand?
  • How do you impose your new brand throughout the passenger journey including digital touch points?
Sep 410:10
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Keynote Interview: Digital technology across VINCI Airports' global portfolio

Airport T.EX
Interviewee: Nicolas Notebaert, Chief Executive Officer, VINCI Airports
Interviewer: Ben Thompson, Journalist, BBC
Sep 410:15
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Marketing for one of America’s most beloved brands in the 21st Century

Aviation Marketing
  • Building a formidable digital presence through mobile
  • Driving additional revenue through loyalty
Sep 410:15
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Guilin Air: a unique business model in the competitive low-cost travel market

IAR China Summit
Wenzhong Yang, Vice President, Guilin airlines
Sep 410:25
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Where are the key requirements for growth at Hamad International Airport

Airport T.EX
Ioannis will sit down to discuss how Hamad can increase operational efficiency using automation to increase passenger throughput as well as key infrastructure enhancements in preparation for traffic growth, and the 2022 FIFA WORLD CUP. He will also cast his eye over airside operations at HIA and give his thoughts on the tools available for the capacity boost required for Doha.
Sep 410:30
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Panel discussion: How do consumer trends, economic growth and government policy in China impact the Chinese aviation market and the future trends?

IAR China Summit
  • How does the aviation policy affect the strategy and development of major Chinese airlines and airports?
  • How do consumer trends and economic growth impact the Chinese aviation market?
  • How will China’s “One Belt and One Road Initiative” affect the aviation market in both the short and long term?
Moderator: Xiaowen Fu, Professor, IAR - Institute for Aviation Research
Rocky Wang, Vice President - Marketing, China West Airlines
Sep 410:40
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What is the role of the hyper-personalised journey in the technology rich airports of the future?

Airport T.EX
  • How can we transform our airports using innovation and digital technology to ensure that we are ready to welcome the passenger needs of tomorrow?
  • Low hanging fruit: which touchpoints in the passenger journey should we look to evolve first?
  • What is the future role of biometrics and how can we overcome the hurdles that remain?
  • Where are potential collaboration points for airports and airlines?
Sep 411:30
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Mobile First - Why future airline growth will be dependent on mobile and on a smart & seamless digital experience?

Aviation Marketing
  • Strategic imperative to achieve high customer satisfaction in the digital world, in addition to the physical world
  • How mobile is rewiring consumers habits and what that means for airlines
  • How data insights and UX research enable designing a personalized and seamless digital experience
  • The power of smart technologies and the need to invest in digital platform simplicity & performance
Sep 411:30
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TAP Case study: How TAP are delivering a unique and engaging customer experience on board through personalisation`

IFEC
  • Integrating with the airlines digital ecosystem and expanding on your on board functionalities
  • Engaging with customers throughout the flight with suggestions, partnerships and in destination content
  • Letting passengers self-select content, ancillaries and experiences
Miguel Ferreira, Ifec Manager, TAP Portugal
Sep 411:30
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Heathrow’s drive for growth with outstanding passenger experience

Airport T.EX
  • How can we ensure that technology is used as an enabler of excellent operations?
  • Using advanced data analytics to demarcate passengers and provide a personalized experience.
  • Case study: using digital data to close the information loop for travelers who require additional services
Sep 411:30
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Digital Payments at KLM

Payments
  • Strong Customer Authentication: how we implemented 3DS 2
  • Multi Currency Pricing: allowing the customer to pay in his preferred currency
  • Apple Pay, UK Open Banking and other innovations: what impact has this had on our business?
Sep 411:30
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Accelerating change and understanding the long-term impacts of AI & machine learning

AI Viation
  • Creating a dedicated technology team and centre of excellence at Scandinavian Airlines
  • Rolling out automation programmes that use artificial intelligence across airline operations
  • Ensuring the quality and quantity of data sets to fuel machine learning
Sep 411:30
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Interview: Air China

IAR China Summit
From a competitive perspective, what are the implications of Beijing’s new airport for Air China? How would Air China adapt their strategies to compete against China Southern and China Eastern in the Beijing market?
Interviewee: Zhihang Chi, Vice President North America, Air China Limited
Sep 411:45
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PRODUCTS. NOT PROJECTS. Breaking the airline cycle of chasing industry innovation in direct channel sales and online customer acquisition, and executing best-in-class Fare Marketing strategies

Aviation Marketing
  • Fare Marketing is most effective way for airlines to achieve their direct sales, customer acquisition, and merchandising goals; however, Fare Marketing is a major technical challenge for airlines to execute
  • Airlines continue the failing pattern of pursuing Fare Marketing (and other innovative digital initiatives) through lengthy projects demanding consider in-house resources, vendor expenses, consultant expertise, and unpredictable upfront and ongoing costs
  • This pattern ensures that airlines are always behind the standards of innovation set by major OTAs
Sep 411:45
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Airport Digital Transformation: How Germany’s International Airports have invested in the management of their technical infrastructures

Airport T.EX
  • Coping with the demands of the Digital Passenger
  • What is infrastructure transparency and why it matters at airports
  • What it means to treat your network infrastructure as a strategic asset
Sep 411:45
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A New Way to Pay

Payments
  • The increasing importance of payments for the customer journey in travel
  • Drivers behind the rise of Alternative Payment Methods
  • What does PSD2 mean for travel payments?
Sep 411:45
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Tech-lead innovations and AI in operations

AI Viation
  • Enhancing turn-around processes using AI and machine learning
  • Using computer-vision detection tools successfully
  • Optimising runway performance
Sep 411:45
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Building a big data and analytics capability for airlines in China

IAR China Summit
    airlines want to expand their big data and analytics capability. Learn how to:
  • Outline the fundamental processes and steps required
  • Launch and implement a big data and analytics programme
  • Unlock the power of data in your airline
Sep 411:50
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Wowing Your Customers - How Immfly & Iberia Express have been pioneering customer experience enhancements since 2014.

IFEC
Sep 412:00
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Decoding Decisions

Aviation Marketing
Technology has enabled advertisers to reach consumers at any number of moments within a purchase journey, and provided them with dozens of contextual signals to read. Digital marketing has naturally become hyper-rational. But human behaviour is often irrational - as behavioural economics has made clear. In order to design more relevant, more effective marketing we need to better understand how and why these irrational decisions are made. This research aims to leverage the latest thinking in behavioural economics, as well as primary research across flights, to better understand consumer decision-making and the role played by different media.
Sep 412:00
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Disruptive thinking: The path to the next generation passenger experience

Airport T.EX
  • Building meaningful passenger relationships starts with a seamless end-to-end journey. Why it’s fundamentally broken despite new technologies.
  • How siloed thinking manifests itself in the customer experience.
  • What fundamental disruptive shifts can we make to get closer to passenger needs and rethink how we plan the journey?
  • How can we create next generation experiences with collaboration and new business model innovation?
Simon Cox, Senior Director, Strategy & Consulting, Publicis Sapient
Sep 412:00
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How fraud can impact both your revenue and your commercial strategy

Payments
Sep 412:00
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How data sharing, and digitally enabled collaboration are reshaping the aviation industry

AI Viation
  • Reflecting on our key findings and success factors a few years into our industry’s digital transformation
  • Technology is only a part of it, a real business and mind set transformation is the key to achieve digital continuity (eg. Skywise)
  • Broader context leads to better decisions: collaboration with proper governance and security creates shared value
Matthew Evans, Head Of Skywise Program And Analytics Accelerator, Airbus
Sep 412:00
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Panel discussion: Chinese airlines’ international expansion and the way forward for greater collaboration between Chinese and international airlines/airports

IAR China Summit
  • At a speed the world has never seen before, Chinese airlines have opened over 70 new intercontinental routes since 2013. Will the recent economic slowdown put a brake on rapid Chinese airline expansion?
  • Chinese carriers now have dominant share in China-US, China-Europe and China-Australia markets. Is this trend likely to continue into the near future?
  • What is limiting international airlines access to China’s key markets? What obstacles are there to greater collaboration between Chinese and international airlines? What is the way forward for win-win partnership?
Moderator: John Grant, Senior Consultant, IAR - Institute for Aviation Research
Zhihua Yang, Vice President Marketing, Tianjin Airlines
Zhihang Chi, Vice President North America, Air China Limited
Sep 412:05
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Rolling out connectivity at Air France – Ensuring that your proposition makes sense for the customer

IFEC
  • Creating a consistent and personalised on board experience through connectivity
  • Adding value to your passengers and crew through data analytics and digitalisation
  • Using connectivity to expand your on-board retailing proposition
Sep 412:15
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The evolution of mobile first marketing – What is the next step in how we use data, insights and digital to deliver more contextualised and inspirational marketing to our customers?

Aviation Marketing
  • What are the current challenge for airlines brands when it comes to capturing and inspiring customers?
  • Rethinking airline marketing – Airlines don’t have an ongoing relationship with most customers so how do you keep that emotional connection and drive loyalty?
  • Are we seeing more of a evolution rather than a revolution when it comes to personalisation?
  • What role will technologies such as voice, artificial intelligence, machine learning, VR and AR play for marketeers in the coming years?
Sep 412:15
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How are we leveraging computer enhanced processes, computer vision and robotics to build a digital ready hub at Helsinki?

Airport T.EX
  • Developing a digital image of our terminal through machine vision, passenger flow & route analysis
  • Providing transparency on real time events such as aircraft turnaround process for improved OTP
  • How we have used 5G telecoms to study the potential of rapid comms and robotics
Matti Lehto, Head Of Digital Operations, Finavia Corporation
Sep 412:15
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How can airlines implement payment methods to facilitate seamless booking and upgrade experiences for customers?

Payments
Themes include:
  • Managing the costs for airlines: are there unexplored opportunities for airlines to manage fees creatively?
  • Ensuring customers can pay easily to increase spend: how can this realistically be achieved across so many touch points?
  • Minimising the risk of fraud as digital payments across all channels grow
Sep 412:15
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Automatic anomaly detection with machine learning

AI Viation
  • Understanding the benefits of automatic anomaly detection
  • Identifying precursors with algorithms
  • Overcoming the challenges of data issues in automation
Sep 412:25
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How we’ve got it all wrong, a fresh look at the digital onboard experience

IFEC
  • For a seamless digital journey the aircraft needs to become a part of the ecosystem and not an isolated touch point
  • This has an impact on how we design this touchpoint on board and make the aircraft a part of the digital journey
  • That’s the key to true customer centricity and to unlocking new services and revenue potential
Sep 412:30
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How can we best use partners and airlines to build a seamless curb-to-gate experience for passengers?

Airport T.EX
  • Where can airports and airlines innovate and how are we overcoming the traditional challenges of collaboration in aviation?
  • The increasing importance of a digital offering in all areas of the airport for seamless capacity optimisation.
  • How cansophisticated technology changethe way we build the passenger experience
Sep 412:30
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Panel: How will AI & data-driven techs continue to shape the future of aviation?

AI Viation
  • How can airlines create a strategy to adapt to and embrace AI, machine learning and other new technologies?
  • What are the key challenges of implementing artificial intelligence in operations and how can they be overcome?
  • Which technologies will most influence operations and enableautomation in the future?
Moderator: Matthew Evans, Head Of Skywise Program And Analytics Accelerator, Airbus
Thomas Wittmann, CEO, Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co.KG
Sep 412:40
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How you can deliver an IFEC system that makes your passengers feel at home?

IFEC
  • Using a modern sleek design that offers a simplified user interface to increase passenger engagement and uptake
  • Understanding passenger preferences and gauging what content is working and what isn’t?
  • What is the future for streaming services?
Sep 414:20
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How KLM is using social media as an R&D lab for customer-centric innovation

Aviation Marketing
  • Advancements in voice and AR – Turning KLMs suite of chatbots into voice assistants to move closer to a touch-less interface
  • Creating new interfaces to reduce the hassle of the end to end journey
  • Balancing empathy, warmth and personality with super-speed accuracy and the use of data
Sep 414:20
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Evelop: Combining digital transformation, Virtual Reality and wireless IFE

IFEC
  • New wireless IFE: True digital systems. The flexibility that legacy
  • Implementing connectivity on the A350 and Virtual reality to boost ticket sales
  • Integrating relevant content with newsfeeds that are relevant and low bandwidth
Sep 414:20
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NDC & One Order 2019-2021: Are airlines finally approaching the retailing tipping point?

Aviation IT
  • Where does the industry stand when it comes to “retailing readiness” and what is the current state of NDC developments?
  • What are the key elements that are driving the airlines who are much more prepared for a retailing revolution?
  • What will 2019-2021 look like for NDC and One Order adoption and implementation?
Sep 414:20
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How Bangalore is building a technology-powered airport

Airport T.EX
  • Incorporating Biometric Travel Program with AI and machine learning for outstanding passenger processing and personalization.
  • The importance of a sophisticated data science platform
  • Enhancing our digital presence across applications, chatbots and our website
  • The digitisation of internal services
Sep 414:20
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How we are meeting new regulatory requirements with minimal impact on our customers

Payments
  • Managing the PDS2 requirements whilst minimising hassle for our customers
  • Our interpretation of the new guidelines and how this is impacting our payments process
  • Using new technologies to provide a seamless experience for our customers
Sep 414:20
Conference pass

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS - CLICK TO VIEW

AI Viation
How can airlines use big data and machine learning to improve the flight turn around process and reduce delays?
How can data-driven tech be integrated into airline operations, whilst maintaining safety standards?
Incident and Breach Management: Building a Harmonised Response Plan for Privacy & Security Teams
Sep 414:40
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Improving the Airline Customer Experience? The Seamless Blend between Agents and Bots.

Aviation Marketing
Sep 414:40
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Fireside Chat: Native Digital Passengers

IFEC
  • Catering for mobile, digital and agile passengers
  • How can use digital and connectivity to drive loyalty?
  • What is the difference between economy and premium IFEC?
Sep 414:40
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How Finnair is using NDC, data science and chatbots to deliver next gen distribution?

Aviation IT
  • What is the future of voice technology and what role will it play in the distribution ecosystem?
  • How can you use data science with direct connect to make personalisation more of a reality?
  • What role will China play in the future of distribution?
Sep 414:40
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Delivering the future passenger experience

Airport T.EX
  • Today’s traveler is digital savvy and demands a seamless airport experience that is not compartmentalized across airlines, airports, and border agencies.
  • Key to delivering this seamless, automated journey is a single digital identity passenger have control and where their face is their passport no matter where you go – across airports and borders.
  • To deliver this experience, the air transport industry needs to work closer together
Sep 414:40
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Payments as a profit driver

Payments
  • A new channel to acquire customers, sell ancillaries, and provide a better customer experience.
  • Case studies from OTAs on using payments as a marketing tool
  • What can online retail teach travel about merchandising?
Rustom Birdie, Travel Market Development, Affirm
Sep 414:55
Conference pass

How can we successfully balance AI, social listening and human responses via airline social media teams in an industry that is fast paced, unpredictable and global?

Aviation Marketing
  • What are the challenges of delivering a seamless and successful interaction with the customer across different channels?
  • How can you deal with negativity quickly and authentically across social media platforms using human and AI agents?
  • Where is the true value on social listening and how can it help provide valuable data for decision making?
  • Comparing your brand on social media – what KPIs do you use to analyse how you stack up against competitors?
Sep 414:55
Conference pass

What if the Low-Cost Airline industry decided to develop its own connectivity solution?

IFEC
  • Why would Low Cost Airlines want the same major airline connectivity systems, when every other aspect of their business is unique?
  • All current Wi-Fi platforms are designed to meet the needs of major legacy airlines, particularly the business traveller. That’s why on average only 6% of passengers will pay to connect.
  • In this presentation you will learn how LEOS, IOT, and embedded Apps will change the way you think about connectivity.
Sep 414:55
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Transforming the Airport Customer Experience Using Data

Airport T.EX
  • The impact of the rapid growth in passenger volumes over the past decade and how we use data at Dubai
  • The common pain points for airports and the learnings we can draw from our global experience.
  • Increasing passenger throughput and maintaining high levels of passenger experience
Sep 414:55
Conference pass

Uplifting Legacy: how airlines can transform payment experience with their current infrastructure

Payments
    Online payments and why airlines are lagging behind other online merchants
  • Understanding passengers’ online purchase behavior
  • To enable a better payment experience for passengers, which real-life challenges do airlines need to solve?
  • Uplifting legacy systems and enabling optimum payment experience – is it really that difficult
Sep 414:55
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Panel discussion: Facilitated passenger self-connectivity: is it the way forward for airlines to improve load factor and gain profitability in the Chinese market?

IAR China Summit
  • How could full service airlines and low-cost carriers cooperate together using new technology platforms, giving agility and flexibility in connecting networks and increasing load factors?
  • How do we effectively move passengers & bags, whilst maintaining cost effective operations, IT solutions and general production costs?
  • How could win-win airline-airline partnerships be created and facilitated by airports?
  • What are the major obstacles for facilitated passenger self-connectivity?
  • Is airport facilitated passenger self-connection a particularly useful strategy for foreign airlines gaining traffic in a market where they are not able to find a traditional interlining partner?
Moderator: Pere Suau Sanchez, Senior Director, Lecturer And Course, Cranfield University
Wenzhong Yang, Vice President, Guilin airlines
Sep 415:00
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Can NDC and One Order really drive value?

Aviation IT
  • Comparing pricing and product decisions in a legacy world and the new world
  • The technological requirements to implement these
  • Use cases and benefits
Sep 415:10
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How can airlines transform the flying experience for employees and passengers, using unified global enterprise connectivity?

IFEC
  • What are the existing challenges
  • How global connectivity enhances productivity
  • Options and approaches for a globally connected airline
Sep 415:10
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How an intelligent digital transformation helped Aeroporti di Roma to achieve the Best Passenger Experience in Europe

Airport T.EX
  • The story of ADR’s strategy and the role of digital in this transformation
  • Piloting and scaling key technologies in the airport for accelerated results across the business
  • The impact of data management and smart infrastructure on optimisation of airport operations
Sep 415:10
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Ensuring payments is not a barrier to eCommerce

Payments
  • How can airlines innovate successfully to implement seamless payment experiences?
  • Ensuring this is impactful across all channels: the omnichannel approach
  • Working proactively across departments to tackle the checkout process as effectively as possible
Sep 415:15
Conference pass

How Sunexpress is using NDC to develop complete customer centricity

Aviation IT
  • How are passenger behaviours and new technologies influencing the future of distribution?
  • What is the future of search and booking through voice technology and how will ancillaries be integrated?
  • Going all in on NDC and building your website and sales channels around the new NDC world
Sep 416:00
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MARKETING & SOCIAL ROUND TABLES

Aviation Marketing
With rising passenger expectations and rapidly-changing technology, how can we as an industry evolve to meet these challenges? Our roundtables are hosted by senior level topic specialists. Participants are asked to introduce themselves to the table, and then as a group, they brainstorm and produce their suggestions on what technology would work best for them
1.How to optimize your investment with a differentiated approach to content?
2. New Customer Engagement powered by Artificial Intelligence & Chatbots
Youvraj Seeam, E-Sales And Product Manager, Commercial (E-Commerce), Air Mauritius
3. How can you harness the voice of your customer to fuel inspiration, drive bookings and build loyalty? Andy Mallinson, Managing Director, EMEA, Stackla(Confirmed)
4. The Experience Card - how do some airlines outperform others in traveller engagement?
5. How can you improve loyalty while balancing revenue generation and customer experience?
Sep 416:00
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Personalising customer experience across an integrated holiday journey

IFEC
  • Adding value to the customer experience through a single platform at every stage of the customer journey
  • Collaboration across Airline, Hotels and Cruise ships to achieve a personalised customer experience
  • Aligning vision to bring commercial benefit and customer satisfaction
Sep 416:00
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The Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC Partner Program – Relevant Offers, Value-based Partnerships

Aviation IT
  • How technology supports us to enhance the variety of our offers
  • How we establish new, value-based distribution partnerships
  • How cooperation along the value-chain puts the customer at centre stage
Sep 416:00
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How can we collaborate with airlines to deliver a seamless, biometrically validated journey?

Airport T.EX
  • How can we contextualise and enrichbiometric touchpoints in an airport?
  • Airports in the macro context of the increasingly large public biometrics initiatives
  • Where is the future of biometric technology in the context of airport operations?
Sep 416:00
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Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) in travel - final approach?

Payments
  • The most definitive guide to SCA use cases for airlines;
  • SCA impact on the airlines and wider ecosystem;
  • Recommendation forairlines to avoid disruption after the PSD2 RTS deadline on September 14th
Sep 416:00
Conference pass

Embedding cybersecurity for airlines with a top-down approach

AI Viation
  • Developing resilient and efficient responses to digital threats
  • Overcoming the challenges of embeddingcybersecurity practices into current workflows
  • Effectively analysing and prioritising cybersecurity resources
Sep 416:00
Conference pass

Data-driven solutions for OTA and airlines in China

IAR China Summit
Quanwu Xiao, Senior Director, Ctrip International Ltd
Sep 416:15
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What is the future of IFEC content, on board analytics, ecosystems, digital touch points and streaming services for global airlines?

IFEC
  • How are global airlines using IFEC to differentiate their on-board content and offering to compete more effectively?
  • What are the challenges of designing seamless digital touchpoints across different aircrafts and infrastructure?
  • Why is the airline industry struggling with on board analytics and what can we do to overcome these challenges?
  • When and how will we get to the point of being able to offer seamlessly streamed content to our passengers?
Sep 416:15
Conference pass

The Way from distribution to retailing

Aviation IT
  • Airline transformation – Beginnings and status quo
  • Shopping experience – breaking the shackles
  • Be different – start moving
Sep 416:15
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What role can advanced biometrics and smart infrastructure play in the future of airports?

Airport T.EX
  • Automising the wider security mechanics for a fully automated screening process
  • How can we then incorporate biometrics into each touch point through the airport?
  • Strategy case study: the impact of automation and an intuitive digital offering on non-aeronautical revenue
Brian Cobb, Chief Innovation Officer, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int'l Airport
Sep 416:15
Conference pass

Data Breach vs. Ethics Breach: How to Prepare for Both

AI Viation
  • Break down the difference between a data breach and an “ethics breach”
  • Hear key insights from recent data breaches and learn how to avoid these mishaps
  • Gain an incident and breach toolkit to prepare your organisation ahead of a breach
Sep 416:15
Conference pass

Air travel in a post-digital age

IAR China Summit
Carlos Kaduoka, Consulting Director, SITA
Sep 416:20
Conference pass

Payment Summit Round Tables

Payments
Impact of PDS2 on Fraud Prevention
Navigating the implementation of PDS2 Regulation
Payment in NDC: Business as usual or leverage New Capabilities?
Sep 416:30
Conference pass

NDC INNOVATION IN METASEARCH - DRIVING DIRECT BOOKINGS TO AIRLINES WITH IATA NDC

Aviation IT
Metasearch does not have to be about disintermediation and price comparison. Recent innovations in airline retailing means that airlines can partner with metasearch channels to drive incremental direct bookings using the IATA NDC Standard. As a result, airlines can better engage with the metasearch ecosystem, to enable seamless in-the-moment customer acquisition and conversion.
Sep 416:30
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How can we drastically scale up technology and digital solutions whilst ensuring the passenger remains at the heart of what we do as airport leaders?

Airport T.EX
Anita Gackowska, Development Director, Riyadh Airports Co.
Sep 416:30
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Panel: What does it take to safeguard new, disruptive technologies? 

AI Viation
  • Which security vulnerabilities should be considered as part of an overall safety analysis?
  • How can airlines, associations and regulators collaborate to create a multi-layered approach to information security?
  • How will increased connectivity create challenges to airline security in the future?
Sep 416:30
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Panel discussion: Developing an integrated digital platform to engage with travellers on their end-to-end journey

IAR China Summit
  • What are the current status of applications of big data, artificial intelligence and blockchain in the Chinese airline industry?
  • How could airlines and IT companies drive business growth through partnership?
  • How can airlines and airports turn big data into actionable insights that intelligently understands and delights the customer and enhances revenue?
  • How can each player work together to personalise and enhance the traveller journey?
  • How important are online consumer channels like Alibaba for airlines?
Moderator: Carlos Kaduoka, Consulting Director, SITA
Quanwu Xiao, Senior Director, Ctrip International Ltd
Sep 416:45
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Closing Keynote: How Blockchain, NDC and One Order are impacting the future of airline distribution

Aviation IT
  • How will blockchain technology apply to airline distribution?
  • Will NDC and One Order fundamentally change the distribution ecosystem?
  • What does it take to remain relevant in this new world?
Sep 417:00
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From pitch to public. How to create and deliver an innovation roadmap

Keynotes
  • easyJet mobile. A model of innovation & inspiration
  • Solving travel pain points. An inside look at the process
  • Our mobile future? Travelport & easyJet discuss what's next
Sep 417:15
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BATTLE OF THE AIRLINE APPS

Keynotes
Join the battle to find out which airline app is leading the way in offering a more seamless, frictionless and simple passenger experience.

Airline customers will be voting via social media throughout the year and we will reduce this down to 5 contenders who will deliver a 5 minute pitch on why there app deserves to be named the best.

Conference attendees will then have the final vote.

Join us to see who is leading the airline app revolution!

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Sep 508:25
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Sep 508:30
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IBM Keynote: Transcending Expectations: Transforming in a world of Mobile, Data, and AI

Keynotes
In an era of commoditization and expectations that things will move at lightning-speed, how do airlines transform and transcend above by empowering every front-line employee and leveraging all assets of the airline by unleashing mobile, data and AI.
Dee Waddell, Global Managing Director, Travel And Transportation, IBM
Sep 508:45
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Keynote interview: Johan Lundgren, CEO, easyJet

Keynotes
easyJet CEO Johan Lundgren sits down with Guy Johnson to discuss how the easyJet brand is moving beyond price and creating a long-term plan with a vastly wider use of data analytics across the business. Find out from Johan how the airline is radically changing its holiday business and extending its reach to the wider travel value chain. Understand more about how easyJet is embracing data driven customisation and digital capability and learn about new partnerships that will develop from its new contribution model.
Sep 509:10
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Keynote Interview: Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates

Keynotes
Industry legend Sir Tim Clark joins us to talk innovation, growth and coping with headwinds in aviation. Gain his unique insight on how he sees digital technology driving current and future successes. Find out from Sir Tim on what he sees as the most exciting technology impacting the end to end passenger experience. Understand how he views the future of global distribution systems and the potential impact of blockchain, biometrics, AI and IoT on day to day operations.
Sep 509:30
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Keynote Interview: Joanna Geraghty, President and COO, JetBlue

Keynotes
JetBlue’s President and COO Joanna Geraghty joins Guy Johnson to talk about the airline’s transatlantic ambitions. It’s been almost 20 years since JetBlue was founded with the mission of bringing humanity back to air travel, and in 2021 the airline will begin service to London from Boston and New York. Joanna talks about how the brand stays fresh through a combination of its unique culture, dedicated crewmembers and its adoption of new technology, including that discovered by JetBlue’s own venture capital subsidiary.
Sep 509:45
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Keynote CEO Panel

Keynotes
Following their interviews, our keynote speakers will join a panel discussion, where they will debate some of the biggest challenges facing the industry. Key issues they will address include:
  • How can the aviation industry cope with the rapid changes that digital technology brings and how are airline CEOs prioritising digital and mobile only tools and applications?
  • How can we develop a partnership for sustainable growth which meets rising passenger demand, balanced with action to reduce environmental and community impacts?
  • What are the trends that will shape the industry into 2020 and where are airline CEOs placing their bets?Biometrics, blockchain, robotics, artificial intelligence, voice technology, connectivity and cyber security?
  • In what way will airlines evolve beyond selling seats and become more involved in the wider booking and planning experience for customers?
  • What does a sustainable future look like to an airline CEO?
  • What is the next step for the evolution of low-cost carriers and are they still the core innovators in a dramatically changing industry?
  • Passenger connectivity is continually growing, how can we use this to best serve our customers and deliver a more seamless end-to-end experience?
  • What impact will ultra-long-haul travel have on the future of global competition and will we see new partnerships develop?
  • How do airline CEOs see digital as a core differentiator against competition and how are they investing in technology to improve day to day operations and services?
Sep 511:20
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Technology & Strategy Roundtables

Keynotes
With rising passenger expectations and rapidly-changing technology, how can we as an industry evolve to meet these challenges? Our roundtables are hosted by senior level topic specialists. Participants are asked to introduce themselves to the table, and then as a group, they brainstorm and produce their suggestions on what technology would work best for them. After 30 minutes, there is one rotation, so participants can join two tables during the session.
"I'll be back" - ROBOTS!!! How to deal with the Good, the Bad and the Ugly?
Achieving NDC´s business objectives with a legacy PSS: What challenges are being faced and what strategies can be adopted to achieve these business objectives.
Ancillary Revenues in the Travel Industry: What are the effects of mobility on revenue streams pre, during and post-journey?
Chasing the travel experience: Discussing how Millennials are starting to rule the sky, influenceyour brand experience and future business
Disrupt Passenger Management: People vs. Technology- where on the sliding scale should the balance lie?
Donal Mcgranaghan, Chief Product And Technology Officer, Accommodations Plus International (API)
How can airlines use blockchain to drive 1:1 dynamic offers and personalized retailing?
How can modern offer and order management platforms leverage NDC to enable personalized offers and seamless fulfillment?
How can we improve our customer experience given the reputation we currently have, and undergo a radical transformation to ensure we maximise our business
How can your airline accelerate offer transformation?
How do you use data to exceed traveler expectations?
How is mobile technology helping airplanes take flight?
How is the journey to Airline Digital Transformation impacting your organization across RM, ecommerce, distribution, and beyond?
How is your Airline leveraging Cloud Computing to enable employees to provide a better customer experience?
Greg Land, Executive Director, Global Industry Leader, Aviation, Hospitality And Travel Related Services, IBM
How much are uncontactable customers costing your airline?
How to maximize revenues with interlinking of passenger experience and travel retail?
Sushil Choudhari, Chief Executive Officer, TravelX - Intelligent Travel Retail Platform
How to stay relevant in the expectation economy?
Is a Customer 360 possible in a fragmented digital world ?
Similar to Uber and AirBnB, how can airlines successfully tap into secondary markets to drive incremental profit growth?
The Onward Passenger Travel – When does this really matter?
What can airlines do to optimise customer support costs, increase revenue & build loyalty using A.I?
What’s preventing wide-spread adoption of single digital identity in the industry?
Sep 512:24
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Chair's opening remarks

AI Viation
Sep 512:25
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CIO Fireside chat: Ash Jokhoo, CIO, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays

Aviation IT
Interviewee: Ash Jokhoo, CIO, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays
Sep 512:25
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The connection between mobility and customer experiences: Demonstrated by United’s new app and roadmap

Air Experience
  • How does United’s new app deliver industry leading layout innovations that instantly bring relevant information to customers without them having to look for it?
  • Delivering a seamless customer experience by offering boarding passes to STAR partners and providing voluntary solicitation for overbooked flights.
  • Creating a platform where users can tell their stories with a true digital concierge that balances human and AI responses
  • Increasing engagement of passengers through the gamification of MilePlay and evolving the traditional contact center by looking into user-to-agent chat methods via the customers platform of choice
Sep 512:25
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How can we use accelerated innovation at heart of Aeroports de Paris’s digital airport operations?

Airport T.EX
  • Connecting innovators with our staff to provide solutions for operational excellence in a partly-publicly owned airports
  • Building our international network of accelerated start-ups delivering qualified innovation to the core business unit.
  • AVs, robotics, drones – where does AdP see the future of technology in airports?
Sep 512:25
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Shaping the Future of Loyalty at Air Canada

Loyalty
A fireside Chat between Mark Nasr, VP Loyalty & eCommerce, Air Canada and Brian Sumers, Editor, Skift
Sep 512:25
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Sustaining digitisation of the customer journey

Retail
  • How is digital transformation augmenting our ability to retail effectively?
  • Focusing on mobile conversion: creating solutions to challenges of selling on the small screen
  • Creating a business model to sustain the interests of our key customers and safeguard the commercial
Sep 512:25
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Designing digital data solutions for operational efficiency 

AI Viation
  • Understanding how data and digital information systems are fuelling in-flight and ground operation performance
  • Transforming operations with streamlined data analytics and centralising processes
  • Interpreting descriptive statistics to enable predictive analytics
Sep 512:25
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Virgin Atlantic CEO Interview: Shai Weiss, CEO, Virgin Atlantic

World Aviation Festival
New Virgin Atlantic CEO sits down with Guy Johnson to discuss:
  • Introducing Virgin Atlantics new four-year business strategy
  • Integrating Flybe to offer greater connectivity to the long-haul network
  • Implementing a new fleet of A350-1000s – Understanding more about the customer focused designed cabins and the impact of the new fare categories
  • Focussing on being best in partnering – How will VAs partnerships and joint-ventures evolve beyond 2019
  • Offering a more competitive allocation option for the new runway slots at Heathrow
Sep 512:40
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CIO Panel: What are the biggest challenges of integrating digital technology into the aviation industry?

Aviation IT
  • Can the airline industry unlearn enough, disrupt itself and digitally transform to compete with leading digital players?
  • In a hyper-competitive global market how can carriers use digital and AI to differentiate themselves from competitors?
  • How can digital and AI help bridge the personalisation gap to transform the passenger experience?
  • What are the potential untapped applications for blockchain and IoT that could become genuine game changers?
Sep 512:40
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Is Digital Transformation The Future of Aviation Operations?

Airport T.EX
  • Virtual and real - the next evolution of aviation operations
  • Digital technologies to drive operations intelligence and performance
  • Customer challenges and industry requirements
  • Factors driving digital transformation in aviation
  • Maximize utilization of key resources and prepare for future expansions
Sep 512:40
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“Just for Me” Loyalty: Building Emotional connections through data and tailored inventory

Loyalty
  • How to better capitalize on loyalty data to offer tailored content that creates emotional connections.
  • How airlines can achieve this by providing high-margin inventory as part of their data-driven offer curation process.
  • Outline the basics of how airlines can optimize their loyalty programs and sales channels to offer tailored inventory that supports revenue goals.
Sep 512:40
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Next Generation Retail Panel: How can airlines grow sales and win over customers?

Retail
  • Developing our understanding of the customer: working intelligently to really implement meaningful personalisation
  • Understanding our sales channels: how can airlines truly optimise sales across channels?
  • Integrating into the wider travel market: is this the goal or should airlines focus on flying well?
Sep 512:40
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How AI can make the apron a more efficient, safer and sustainable place

AI Viation
  • Understanding the turnaround as a major source of inefficiencies and incidents
  • How the lack of data and insight in the turnaround process contributes to these factors
  • How computer vision and AI technology can create insight and enhance airport operations
Brian Cobb, Chief Innovation Officer, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int'l Airport
Sep 512:40
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CEO PANEL DISCUSSION: Future airline business models – Consolidation, ultra-long-haul, evolving LCCs and new types of revenue

World Aviation Festival
    What will be the further impact of consolidation and will we see any further mega-mergers? After recent failures what is the future of low-cost long-haul and does this prove that the model is not economically viable? What is the business case for ultra-long-haul routes, and does it actually make economic sense for airlines? How can airlines capitalise on passenger trends such as digital travel spending and personalisation to generate new types of revenue?
Sep 512:45
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PaxEx & connectivity panel discussion: How can we as an industry meet the demands of today’s highly mobile, always connected and digitally agile passengers?

Air Experience
  • The digital passenger is driving strong demand for a more dynamic model – How do we deliver it?
  • What functionality are airlines and suppliers looking to integrate using mobile apps and products that can help create a more seamless on-board experience?
  • How are global airlines using IFEC to differentiate their on board offering and compete more effectively?
  • What are airlines doing to meaningfully monetise their in-seat and wireless inflight entertainment and connectivity systems and content through personalised advertising?
  • Where do you see the major opportunities for in-flight personalisation and where have we seen innovation?
  • How can we utilise the massive amounts of data that we now have from on-board connectivity to drive better passenger experiences in-flight?
Sep 512:55
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Toronto Pearson Airport’s evolution in transforming vast streams of data into seamlessly flowing information for predictive airport analytics?

Airport T.EX
  • The story of our journey: the evolution of the airport in a data-driven society and the challenges we have faced
  • How is Toronto Pearson Airport leveraging massive volumes of data to gain insight from it
  • Blockchain: What steps can we take to create a distributed ledger that allows us work actively with multiple Canadian airports?
Sep 512:55
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The role of personalisation in shaping the future of Loyalty

Loyalty
Themes include:
  • How can airlines and loyalty programmes engage with modern customers more successfully?
  • The role of personalisation and data in the successful growth of loyal customers
  • ‘Differentiation’ How can this be achieved successfully?
Sep 512:55
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Predicting delays with machine learning

AI Viation
  • Understanding how Allegiant are overcoming their legacy operational information systems
  • Breaking down how data can be aggregated for faster decision making in irregular circumstances
  • Exploring the next steps necessary for developing and implementing predictive analytics for operations
Sep 513:10
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The opportunities and challenges of becoming the world’s leading digital airport

Airport T.EX
Sep 513:10
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Reducing costs and improving operational efficiency with big data

AI Viation
  • Defining and implementing a business strategy based on data insights
  • Employing the skills and devices to analyse complex data in-house
  • Balancing cost with projected outcomes
Sep 514:40
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American Airlines Case Study: Leading the distribution charge in North America

Aviation IT
  • How AA has invested heavily in digital distribution and worked with partners to enable a more targeted product for different market segments
  • Refining, defining and shaping a brand and products that suit every traveller profile
  • Staying front and centre of the latest technology developments – Voice, Wi-Fi, Passport Scanning, Baggage Tracking and Dynamic Reaccomodation
Sep 514:40
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Evolving disruption handling with technology to be seamless & thoughtful

Air Experience
Sep 514:40
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Low cost leadership through a Digital Lens

World Low Cost Airlines
  • Most cost-efficient sales & marketing is direct to consumer, i.e. powered by a mobile first strategy, multi-channel engagement, personalization, etc
  • Scalable self-service and workflow automation, core processes that scale with our growth
  • Strong digital foundation that includes connected, smart enterprise platforms and data foundation
Sep 514:40
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Where are the tangible and beneficial uses of blockchain/DLT in aviation?

Airport T.EX
  • How can we build cross-industry innovation initiatives to maximise the potential of blockchain?
  • Where are we looking to implement these concepts in the British aviation industry and beyond?
  • The essential role of centralised, neutral and digital-savvy brokers in this process
Simon Brown, Airport Operations It Leader, Heathrow Airports Limited
Sep 514:40
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Tackling the challenge of changing financial services products

Loyalty
  • Launching a joint venture to avoid charging fees
  • Sharing the success of the card – what is behind the success?
  • Ensuring value to our customers: building fully tiers which really make sense to everyone
Sep 514:40
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Building the future of eCommerce at United Airlines

Retail
  • Turning our data insights into actions: how is data improving our e-Commerce strategy
  • Optimising our merchandising across channels: making progress on product placement development
  • Making the leap next generation retail: activating a long term retailing strategy
Sep 514:40
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Exploring Blockchain to find new business models, and the impact of Blockchain on the travel Industry

AI Viation
  • Key benefits of blockchain technology for airlines
  • Air France-KLM jouney into Blockchain technology
  • Transitioning from theory to reality and overcoming the challenges of implementing blockchain
Sep 514:55
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How airlines can deliver a genuine omni-channel merchandising experience that drives value to your travellers

Aviation IT
  • Corporate commitment to the strategy
  • Create new distribution model while maintaining current high value network
  • Develop market and fulfill new products
Sep 514:55
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The bright future of passenger disruption: Removing passenger distress and making travel more efficient during IROPs

Air Experience
  • Removing the stress and taking away queuing in the airport for your passengers
  • What is the difference between a US vs EU disrupted passenger?
  • Technological evolution through HMT
Sep 514:55
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The future of mobility is now, are you ready?

World Low Cost Airlines
  • Understanding the importance of owning the first and last mile and how a seamless customer experience can build brand loyalty.
  • The global MaaS market is estimated to reach $1.75 trillion by 2030, what revenue are you leaving on the table by not taking changes in mobility seriously?
Aileen Mccormack, Chief Commercial Officer, CarTrawler
Sep 514:55
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How Istanbul’s newest Airport is using machine learning, automation and artificial vision

Airport T.EX
  • IATA 753: which technologies did we focus on to reach this key benchmark?
  • The knock-on benefits of radical thinking around the airport process automatic flight coding
  • How will this then scale up to manage 120 million passengers per year?
Dominic Liddell, Special Airport Systems Director, Istanbul Airport
Sep 514:55
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Solving for Loyalty: Keys to Driving Customer Experience

Loyalty
  • Why focusing on a better customer experience can transform your loyaltyprogram
  • Tying loyalty back to your products, services, and the retail experience
  • Recent best practices from Icelandair
Sep 514:55
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When revenue management screws up – how post booking revenue optimization helps clean the mess up: The Iberia story

Retail
  • Post-booking Revenue Optimization (PBRO) is a rapidly emerging field with major implications for airline revenue management teams
  • Iberia, working with start-up Volantio, has been an early adopter of this new technology to drive value to the airline while improving customer satisfaction
  • What are the opportunities for this technology, both today and in the future?
Sep 514:55
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VR cabin crew training within Lufthansa Group

AI Viation
  • Digital Virtual Reality (VR) cabin training
  • Service, safety and human factors training
  • Exploring the capabilites of VR Labs to train crew members
Sep 515:10
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Personalization across all channels. How can airlines leverage flexible solutions to power a personalized omni-channel experience?

Aviation IT
  • Putting the “person” back in personalization
  • Building an omni-channel experience
  • A platform approach to intelligent retailing
Sep 515:10
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Fireside Chat: A successful digital experience - The marriage of data and design

Air Experience
Sep 515:10
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Journey to Airline Digitization From Revenue Optimization to Customer Experience

World Low Cost Airlines
  • How are airline’s solving problems across revenue optimization and eCommerce to become retailers?
  • How is AI, machine learning, and science making airline retailing a reality?
  • Going beyond personalization, what are the key steps to success?
Sep 515:10
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How Asia Miles is building the leading travel & lifestyle program in Asia?

Loyalty
  • The key indicators for building a successful loyalty program
  • How Asia Miles is achieving success
  • Asia Miles – 20 years young, with plenty of exciting opportunities ahead
Sep 515:10
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Increasing ground ops efficiency with VR training

AI Viation
  • Simulating real airside conditions for ground handling and ground service operator training
  • Enhancing aircraft turnaround times whilst maintaining optimal safety
  • Reviewing training results and planning future developments for training technology
Sep 515:20
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The digital transformation of Copenhagen’s increasingly automated baggage using RFID and machine vision

Airport T.EX
  • Which stages of the baggage process have we identified as key to increasing our successful read %?
  • RFID, Automation, Machine vision: Which technologies have been the key to our success?
  • Is it possible to retrofit these systems with digital-age technology for automated scanning to match the passenger experience elsewhere in the world?
Karsten Madsen, Head Of Department, Baggage Automation And Technology, Copenhagen Airports
Sep 515:25
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PANEL DISCUSSION: Airline distribution in 2030 – Gravitating towards airlines, intermediaries or tech giants?

Aviation IT
  • Will the power eventually shift from existing travel players to global tech giants?
  • Can NDC and One Order standards shake up the industry and achieve mass adoption by 2025?
  • What will be the challenges of implementing One Order and is this something that will affect your distribution strategy in the near future?
  • How will the role of GDSs evolve and will the OTA/Metasearch/GDS apocalypse become a reality?
  • Will the current ecosystem adapt to include new technologies and user behaviours such as voice search, virtual assistants and instant messaging services?
  • What is the potential for blockchain technology to disrupt airline distribution?
Sep 515:25
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Can one digital platform with a single point of integration provide a holistic solution for airlines, airports and retailers?

Air Experience
  • iCoupon is the central platform for issuing vouchers in the airport space.
  • Modular iCoupon approach - one integration gives capability to issue; compensation, promotions, entitlements and loyalty vouchers from one platform.
  • Find out why over 50+ airlines already use iCoupon and how simple, quick and easy it is to implement across your network.
Matthew Rea, Innovation Lead, iCoupon Global Limited
Sep 515:25
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Will the future of low-cost competition be driven by digital technology and how will LCCs utilise digital to differentiate themselves in a hyper-competitive market?

World Low Cost Airlines
  • How will personalised pricing take shape and what will be the impact of the widespread use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science on competition?
  • Implementing digital for the sake of it, how do you gauge what really holds value for your customers when it comes to digital technology?
  • Can low cost carriers realistically become digital leaders that are able to provide an experience on par with the big tech giants?
  • What new revenue opportunities will emerge from the ubiquity of digital and end to end passenger connectivity?
  • How will low cost loyalty evolve and how can AI, data and personalisation help you gain the edge against competition?
Sep 515:25
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Making Profits Soar with a Test & Learn® Approach

Loyalty
  • Effectively leveraging data & analytics to accurately measure the impact of new initiatives, despite inherent challenges in the industry
  • Establishing a culture of experimentation to understand how new programs impact different aspects of the business
  • Learn how global airlines are measuring in-market business experiments to optimize ROI on new initiatives
Sep 515:25
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Why implementing paid upgrades is an essential strategy, even on your best routes!

Retail
  • Hear how Aegean Airlines, one of Europe’s most innovative airlines, is using paid upgrades to maximize revenue on their highest yielding routes
  • Learn how paid upgrades drive incremental revenue even on flights with a high premium cabin load factor
Elias Mandroukas, Director Digital And Loyalty, Aegean Airlines
Emma Welfare, VP Product, Plusgrade
Sep 515:25
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Volocopter air taxis: iterative development and integration into physical infrastructure

AI Viation
  • How are Volocopter developing their air taxi and how are they involving regulators?
  • How will urban air mobility integrate with cities and systems?
  • The criticality of partnerships and market development
Sep 515:35
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Panel: How can blockchain enhance commercial airline ops?

AI Viation
  • Why is there increased demand for optimised traceability in operations and maintenance?
  • How can airlines adopt blockchain technology and implement it in key use-cases for operational efficiency?
  • What are the key challenges to implementing or joining distributed ledger networks and how can they be overcome?
Sep 515:40
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How do you retain loyalty when the going gets tough?

Air Experience
  • Overcoming the challenges of growth and integration while keeping your customer satisfaction high
  • Automating and digitizing processes and services to sharpen your customer focus
  • Being transparent and fair with passengers: Integrating boarding procedures while offering constant communication via email and SMS
  • Closing the link between punctuality and customer satisfaction
Sep 515:40
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Its time for Loyalty and customer engagement to coincide

Loyalty
  • Understanding how data can impact the standard loyalty ecosystem with new insights
  • How can FFPs transform to integrate technology to truly understand customers in an actionable way?
  • Understanding Loyalty in a new way to deliver a loyalty outcome with customers
Sep 515:40
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How to improve oversell without sacrificing customer experience: The IndiGo story

Retail
  • Overselling and downgauging are key realities for airline revenue management and operations leaders
  • However, more often than not, these practices can lead to an extremely poor customer experience
  • How has India's largest carrier, IndiGo partnered with Volantio to launch the region's first automated tool to better manage oversell and downgauge, improving revenue performance, operational effectiveness, and customer experience?
Sep 517:00
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Delivering on the next generation traveler Loyalty by using data and insights to serve the traveler with relevance, consistently, and anywhere

Keynotes
  • Travelers are traveling more frequently and they have different expectations that are set by how they interact with other brands they consume in their personal lives.
  • The challenge airlines face today is that their systems are built around the employee function and channel-specific as they address this fast growing global customer base
  • Leading airlines are using data and technology to anticipate traveler needs: meeting them where they are are, on the channel that the traveler determines and using technology to get context and recommendations better guide that engagement by using information effectively at the point of engagement
Sep 517:15
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CLOSING KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION: Data driven airlines – What are airlines doing to create insights that will improve the customer proposition, drive revenue and reduce costs?

Keynotes
  • There are now billions of data points on a day to day business – How do we retain that data to help improve the next journey?
  • How close are we to achieving a new level of data-driven collaboration across all airline functions collectively to deliver a more seamless customer experience?
  • Have we succumbed to the Googles & Amazons of this world - How will airline data fit into the travel ecosystem of the future?
  • Ultimately can new technologies and big data help reduce tight profit margins and intensify global competition?

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Sep 607:55
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Sep 608:00
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How can airlines, airports and mobility partners collaborate to build a seamless travel experience for global passengers?

Keynotes
  • Are we overcoming the traditional challenges of collaboration in aviation between airlines, airports and mobility partners?
  • Exploring the increasing importance of a digital offering in all areas of the passenger journey for seamless capacity optimisation.
  • How can car rental companies evolve to compete more effectively with ride-sharing services?
  • What impact will a driverless future and autonomous vehicles have on the ground experience?
  • How should we adapt our current business models to create ancillary revenue sources?
Sep 608:50
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Keynote Interview: Anne Rigail, CEO, Air France

Keynotes
New Air France CEO Anne Rigail sits down with Bloomberg’s Anna Edwards to discuss how she is taking a new approach to rebuilding the Air France brand and making the business highly competitive in a digital age. She will also explore her approach to getting the balance right in the group, utilising both premium and low-cost offerings effectively. Also find out exclusively about the latest Air France passenger experience initiatives in this keynote interview.
Sep 609:15
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Keynote Interview: Alexandre de Juniac, CEO, IATA

Keynotes
Alexandre sits down with Anna Edwards to discuss how IATA are approaching new technologies and the digitalisation of processes in the aviation industry. Find out exclusively in this keynote interview how he sees the future development of NDC as it comes of age. Understand more about OneID and how it will enable passengers to move more seamlessly through the airport without having to repeatably identify themselves. See how One Order could help enable network and legacy carriers do more business with ticketless travel airlines such as LCCs. Gain Alexandre's unique perspective on how the global industry can use data sharing tools to improve operations and how he thinks the industry can become more aware and prepared of the dangers of cyber threats.
Sep 609:35
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Keynote Panel: How is digital, shifting passenger behaviours and transformative technologies disrupting the existing airline ecosystem?

Keynotes
  • Is the “Amazon of Travel” an unachievable myth and can airlines create an intelligent digital mesh of products and services that meet modern passengers needs?
  • Will the airlines dream of transforming themselves into digital mobility brands become a reality?
  • Is the industry lagging behind consumer adoption of technology and what is the future of conversational interfaces when it comes to sales and service?
  • What types of product differentiation should we expect to see through future airline retailing channels?
  • When will the big tech giants disrupt the distribution landscape and will they succeed in taking over the entire value chain in the next decade?
Sep 611:05
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Chairman's welcome

Airport T.EX
Jerry Angrave, Customer Experience Director, Empathyce
Sep 611:10
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Fireside Chat: How Turkish Airlines is embracing emerging technologies and developing a start-up ecosystem to stay competitive on the global stage

Aviation IT
  • Why start-up engagement and integration is a key enabler for digital transformation
  • How Turkish Airlines is implementing IOT and other emerging technologies
  • What exponential improvements are coming?
Sep 611:10
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Marrying digital and physical – How does the airline industry move forward into this new paradigm?

Air Experience
  • What are the challenges of transitioning from the traditional airline model and enabling your guests and colleagues to be empowered throughout the journey
  • How do you bridge the operational day to day business with ongoing transformation projects to build better guest experience capabilities?
  • Why technology transformation is not as important as the cultural transformation and what can we do to help foster and evolve that relationship across traditional airline silos
Rob Daintree, Director, Marketing Communications, Westjet
Sep 611:10
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Disruption – no longer a scary word for aviation

Start-up Summit
JetBlue Technology Ventures (JTV) has been investing in travel and hospitality startups for just over three years; as of March 2019, they’ve reviewed >4,000 startups and invested in >20 companiesIn this session, you’ll hear from JTV Managing Directors Raj Singh and Amy Burr on:
  • Trends of the evolving aviation startup scene
  • JetBlue’s corporate venture capital model and best practices learned
  • How to maximize startup investment through a partner ecosystem
  • The biggest potential for disruption in the aviation industry
Sep 611:10
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CEO Interview: Mehmet Nane, CEO, Pegasus Airlines

World Low Cost Airlines
  • Taking digitalisation full throttle by simplifying and streamlining the customer experience at every stage of their journey
  • What will be the impact of the new airport on Turkey’s tourism industry?
  • How will Pegasus sustain growth and maintain its position as Turkey’s leading low-cost airline?
  • Future digital applications that will be implemented in 2022 and beyond
Sep 611:10
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How are ACSA are building non -aeronautical revenue across their international portfolio of airports

Airport T.EX
  • How can we strike the right balance between technology implementations and traditional core value drivers?
  • The importance of local diversification in a global suite of airports
  • Where next for South Africa’s future airport investments
Sep 611:10
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Sharing the success of our new loyalty program at Air Baltic: for the modern traveller

Loyalty
  • Using our loyalty program to upgrade less frequent flyers to fly more
  • Using gamification and a different loyalty model to increase customer engagement and drive customers to our website
  • Sharing the impact of our new system: are we engaging with our customers in a more meaningful way?
Sep 611:10
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Volaris aggressive revenue development approach

Retail
  • Going beyond traditional ancillaries to continue Volaris’ yearly growth trajectory
  • Creating our own package holiday business unit, Yavas in an innovative model
  • One year on, an update on the spotify of Aviation at Volaris
Sep 611:25
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Fireside Chat: Enabling Collaborative Innovation

World Low Cost Airlines
Speakers: Navitaire & Swoop
  • Teaming up for growth from launch to thriving
  • Connecting with customers in a new model
  • Thinking differently to attract and serve, while remaining focused on efficiency.
Sep 611:25
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Payments and revenue management: Utilizing AI and beyond

Loyalty
Chris Stacey, Vice President Of Business Development, UpLift
Sep 611:30
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Using Data Science and Engineering To Build A Price Elasticity Estimator At Lufthansa Group

Aviation IT
    is session you'll learn how:
  • Lufthansa Group and Mindtree's Price Elasticity Estimator (PELE) model handled the complexity of processing three years of historical booking data for every route to estimate pricing up to a year ahead.
  • Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms were used to improve the analytical model performance and accuracy.
Sep 611:30
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IAG - Innovation at scale

Start-up Summit
  • Ways we partner with the most innovative organisations
  • IAG’s Successes and key learnings
  • Creating the future
Sep 611:30
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Transforming customer experiences with emotion tracking, next generation chatbots and virtual haptics

Airport T.EX
  • How is cross-industry innovation meeting the challenge of enhancing chatbot experiences?
  • What is the future of the conversational interface? Can digital human avatars + emotion detection humanize chatbot interaction.
  • Learn about the new ways chatbots + mid-air haptics tech will transform how people with disabilities navigate an airport
Sep 611:35
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How leading airlines leverage mobile channels to provide Magical Customer Experiences:

Air Experience
  • How to orchestrate different channels such as email, SMS, push notifications, mobile boarding passes, web notifications, in-app messages, or voice notifications for an Amazing Day-of-Travel Experience using traveller behaviour and preferences
  • How to message your travellers at exactly the right time on the right channel to alert them to changes in times, dates, upgrade opportunities and more
  • How to use mobile boarding passes that update in real time – and automatically notify travellers of changes with lockscreen notifications
Sep 611:35
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Data driven ancillary retailing at Frontier Airlines

Retail
  • Developing ancillary offers in a data driven and customer focused manner: acknowledging airlines don’t just compete on base fare
  • Developing ‘personalisation’ from a customer centric perspective and the benefits of a cohort-based approach
  • Looking ahead to NDC: the benefits for the low-fare, customer-centric airline
Sep 611:40
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Keynote Interview Interview: Felix Antelo, President and CEO, Viva Air

World Low Cost Airlines
  • How Viva plans to grown in Latin America and transport more than 38 million passengers by 2020
  • Launching a ULCC innovation lab to pursue modernisation and gain digital advances in the Latin American market
  • Stimulating new travellers by connectivity intermediate cities by offering more low fares and a better experience
Sep 611:40
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Making the low cost loyalty programs engaging for all members

Loyalty
  • Re-think the earn-burn model and expiry rules
  • Impact of tiers and campaigns on program activeness
  • The digital enabler: ensuring the cross-channel integration of our program
Sep 611:45
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Machine Learning, AI and Data: Becoming the smartest airline for the start-up nation

Aviation IT
  • Implementing machine learning and new processes to do things better and much smarter
  • Why Google, Facebook and Amazon are opening R&D Centres in Israel and what will be the implications for the future of El Al as an innovator?
  • What machine learning tools are we using to improve the customer experience?
Sep 611:45
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Examining the aviation startup ecosystem, open innovation and investing in companies that are shaping the future of aerospace.

Start-up Summit
Sep 611:45
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The dual-profile airport traveller: how have we built a world-leading customer experience

Airport T.EX
  • The digital back office that allows us to offer a retail journey that consistently ranks among the best in the world
  • Retaining excitement in the travelling process through exclusive offers and unique, atmospheric infrastructure
  • Case study: dynamic advertising using real time flight data.
Ben Green, Non Aero Director, London Stansted Airport
Sep 611:50
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Digital is mature, let’s act like adults.

Air Experience
  • One step at the time: how KLM tackles the big problems that are facing travel one sprint at the time.
  • Taking the buzzwords out of personalization: how KLM removes irrelevance and creates a human-like dialogue throughout your trip.
  • How KLM combines the best of technology and the best of humans throughout the journey: from inflight staff to social media service.
Guido Van Til, Vice President Of Digital Strategy, Air France - KLM
Sep 611:55
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Keynote Interview : Nathalie Stubler, CEO, Transavia France

World Low Cost Airlines
    ransavia France CEO sits down with John Strickland to discuss:
  • Maintaining growth in a challenging low-cost market
  • Using digital to break down hierarchical barriers as an LCC
  • Future evolution of Transavia France
Sep 611:55
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CX-Driven Loyalty: Finding Quick Wins

Loyalty
  • The importance of CX for driving customer loyalty and action
  • The path to seamless customer experiences is arduous, but it's possible to find quick wins along the way
  • Examples of quick wins achieved by market leaders through CX tweaks
Yotam Benami, CMO, Idomoo
Sep 612:00
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A deep dive into the ecosystem of the UAE’s aviation, travel and tourism startups

Start-up Summit
  • Intelak’s vision, mission and purpose
  • Why is cross-sector collaboration at the heart of innovation
  • From strategy to implementation how we aim to create sustainable businesses now and in the future
Sep 612:00
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Driving growth through dynamic ancillary packages: preparing for the future of ancillary sales

Retail
  • Implementing a strategy for next generation of e-retailing
  • Sharing how Aegean is preparing for the next-gen e-Commerce capabilities
  • An insight into our ancillary pricing optimisation: what has the impact on our bottom line been?
Sep 612:05
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How American Airlines uses Enterprise Mobility to grow their business

Aviation IT
    How the world’s largest airline uses mobility to maintain its competitive edge
  • Why mobile technology is critical for on-time performance and customer service
  • How to overcome challenges with deploying mobile technology
  • How American Airlines reduced 90% of their support costs of managing their mobile assets globally
Sep 612:05
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Personalisation and collaboration: the story of Budapest’s commercial strategy

Airport T.EX
  • Airports specifically have relied on the scattergun approach which is not always the best because conversion levels are not high
  • Budapest Airport and Air China- A positive and measurable impact through collaboration.
  • How can the airport benefit twice through miles collection and then again when miles are redeemed for flights.
Kam Jandu, Chief Commercial Officer, Budapest Airport
Sep 612:10
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Increasing Ancillary Revenue : AI in Airline Marketing and Customer Experience

Air Experience
Artificial intelligence is changing the game of marketing, making it possible to finally fulfil the vision of true 1:1 marketing by bridging the gap between data and personalised customer experiences. Imagine the possibilities. AI is not scary, and it doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn how Airlines can increase ancillary revenue by using AI marketing.
Sep 612:10
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LCC Leaders CEO Panel: What are the next big challenges for Low Cost Airlines – Who are the winners and losers in the next 5 years?

World Low Cost Airlines
  • In the modern era do low cost carriers still have the traditional advantages over larger legacy rivals?
  • What are the and global factors that are providing a risk to the continual growth of low-cost travel?
  • How will new technologies help LCCs sustain their cost advantage and deliver better experiences?
  • As full-service carriers continue to take on many of the characteristics of LCCs how can LCCs effectively compete?
  • How will the distribution strategies for LCCs evolve to adapt to new business models and passenger demands?
Sep 612:10
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The billion-dollar opportunity for LCC’s as a digital disruptor through next generation loyalty programs

Loyalty
  • Seizing the opportunity
  • How to develop and take advantage of the assets available
  • The challenges and solutions
Nik Laming, General Manager Of Loyalty, Cebu Pacific Air
Sep 612:20
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Applied Machine Learning for airline merchandising

Aviation IT
  • Maximising airline ancillary revenues using machine learning
  • Collaborating with IBM Research, Malaysia Airlines and Amadeus
  • What does the future hold for airline pricing and revenue management?
Sep 612:20
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When and how can we deliver the personalised airport retail vision that meets every traveller’s needs?

Airport T.EX
  • Can we collaborate with airlines and other partners to deliver personalised and highly relevant offers?
  • Is blockchain technology a realistic and tangible technology for airports globally?
  • How can we deepen our understanding of the customer through diverse and collated streams of data
Moderator: Jerry Angrave, Customer Experience Director, Empathyce
Ben Green, Non Aero Director, London Stansted Airport
Kam Jandu, Chief Commercial Officer, Budapest Airport
Nick Shay, Head of Travel & Hospitality, Publicis Sapient
Sep 612:20
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Transforming the strategy at Iceland Air

Retail
  • How we are using customer intimacy and experience to grow sales and retention
  • The role of digital platforms for effective engagement throughout the customer journey
  • Sharing some of the changes which have had an impact on our growth
Sep 612:25
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From flying planes to flying people – how Lufthansa Groups transforms the way it creates future products, servcies and experiences for more than 140 million guests each year

Air Experience
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  • Transforming one of the world’s largest airline groups through experience design to create deeper loyalty and increase revenues
  • Building a design-driven, non-silo organization to identify, ideate and implement seamless and integrated experiences across a holisitic passenger journey
  • Successfully embedding a mindset of human-centricity, creativity and a new perspective of travel into a global organization
Sep 612:25
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Developing the traditional FFP for the modern traveller

Loyalty
Themes include:
  • How can Loyalty Programs successfully drive innovation across the business?
  • How important is customer experience to loyalty? Making sure our customers feel valued
  • Creating innovative benefits for our customers outside the industry standards
Sep 612:40
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Creating a true focus and understanding how digital innovation can contribute to your airline’s overall transformation?

Aviation IT
  • How can a company of 20,000 employees truly embrace innovation and digital to create opportunities rather than just focusing on trends?
  • Challenges of transforming people and the cultural mindset: Examples of success stories
  • Getting your employees to engage with start-ups and understanding how they can fail fast and learn
Sep 612:40
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Optimising eCommerce with code-sharing practices

Retail
  • The need to avoid the negative impact of codesharing for airline customers: why should this be a priority?
  • Developing a solid proof of concept with IATA: what could the future look like?
  • Exploring the challenges of providing the same level of service with disparate ancillary bundles on a code-share flight
Frederic Gonnaud, Vice President Retail And Ancillaries, Air France K.L.M.
Sep 614:00
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How is digital transformation progressing in the world's fastest growing aviation market?

Aviation IT
  • What is the Indian aviation sector doing to cater for the growing middle class of frequent flyers?
  • Is digital technology transforming the way that airline engage with passengers in India?
  • How Indigo is connecting the dots of the end-to-end experience and collaborating with start-ups to be intensely customer centric
Sep 614:00
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10 pitches in 60 minutes

Start-up Summit
We give 10 of the industry’s best start-ups 3 minutes each to pitch our judges and win them over. Following the pitches there will be 25 minutes to follow up with our judges and chat about their solution.
Sushil Choudhari, Chief Executive Officer, TravelX - Intelligent Travel Retail Platform
Lucy Illidge, Commercial Stategist, Kyte
Tom Charman, Chief Executive Officer, NAVA
Hongbo Sun, Chief Executive Officer, BONFLITE
John Roberts, Co Founder, Blockaviation
Boaz Omanuti, Chief Executive Officer, Reps AI
Sep 614:00
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CEO Interview: Vincent Hodder, CEO, Level

World Low Cost Airlines
  • Where do you see the growth for Level and how does it fit into the overall IAG Group?
  • How will the airline evolve in the short/medium and long-haul low-cost markets?
  • What is the key to a successful low cost long haul model?
Sep 614:00
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The development of innovative, digital parking systems for increased business intelligence

Airport T.EX
  • Creating a seamless parking experience for airports for improved customer experience
  • Leveraging big data and AI to deliver insights for personalised retail offerings
  • How does this impact the retail strategy at our airport and what is the future of digitalised systems like this?
Sep 614:15
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Using Big Data analysis to improve response times in your pricing execution

World Low Cost Airlines
  • Why is time to market relevant?
  • How to measure it?
  • Some examples and hints based on real data
Sep 614:20
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Web delivery to match forward-thinking airlines and the challenges of the industry in providing an optimal online presence

Aviation IT
  • How can your customer-facing web presence be protected from campaign-driven traffic spikes and global viewership?
  • Is your Web Access Filtering (WAF) provided with an eye for protecting against data mining?
  • Will mobile delivery compromise your overall performance and can your platform take advantage of edge compute without massive expense?
Sep 614:20
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Driving conversion in non aeronautical revenues through the digital passenger experience

Airport T.EX
  • Creating a one basket solution for our passengers
  • Marketing in context at the right time to the right passenger
  • Introducing voice and chat bots to airport e-commerce
Sep 614:30
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Sep 614:35
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Your Websites, Apps and APIs need to be faster, stronger and safer!

Aviation IT
  • Optimize your performance with the fastest situational CDN
  • Protect your data and prices from automated attacks with strong mitigation
  • Be safe and compliant in securing your public facing APIs
Sep 614:45
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CEO Interview: Zhijie Wang, President, Spring Airlines

World Low Cost Airlines
Zhijie Wang, President, Spring Airlines sits down with John Strickland to discuss the evolution of the Chinese LCC market, topics he will be covering include:
  • How is the LCC business that comes from the west being adapted for the market in China and what are the challenges of integration and innovation in the China market?
  • Understanding how the significant changes in the political, economic, societal and technological landscape are having an impact?
  • Staying ahead in an industry that is experiencing a fierce level of competition
Sep 614:50
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Data-Driven Management and Business Intelligence at the Lufthansa Group

Aviation IT
  • What are the key elements & principles of data-driven management & Business Intelligence?
  • How can data-driven management give you a competitive advantage in the airline industry?
  • What has been the impact of strategic business intelligence on Lufthansa Group’s day-to-day business?
Sep 615:05
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A year of digital transformation at Sun Country Airlines:

Aviation IT
  • Making the difficult decision to put a 36-year-old airline through migration to a new reservation platform – why was it worth it?
  • Designing and launching an entirely new customer digital experience – booking path (desktop + mobile) / new self-service tools / new IROP automation
  • Difficult decisions – what tools weren’t included in the transformation (like a mobile app) and why?
Sep 615:15
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Innovation partner round tables

Start-up Summit
Each innovation partner will host a 45-minute round table with a group of 10 executives from some of the industry’s most cutting-edge start-ups.
last published: 05/Sep/19 20:57 GMT