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If you are involved in the airline or travel technology business as a buyer...
Supplier Update
12 August 2016
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Aviation Festival
Dear Subscriber,

If you are involved in the airline or travel technology business as a buyer, tech developer or airline then this is the industry event you cannot afford to miss, register now!
The Exhibition Floorplan
The Innovation-Theatre
Travel technology, innovation and disruption. You can find all of this and more at the Aviation Festival 2016:
  • 90+ airline and travel technology suppliers including IBM, Farelogix, Amadeus, OpenJaw, CarTrawler, Agoda, Panasonic Avionics, Sabre and many more
  • On-floor Innovation Theatre where specialist suppliers such as SDL, Immfly, Akamai, PXcom will be presenting their latest disruptive tech
  • Innovation Zone, a dedicated area where you can meet innovative start-up companies such as Opinsta, Easy to Exchange, Quicklizard and TravelerCar
  • See how Emirates are disrupting the industry by developing the Oxford-Emirates Data Science Lab. Hear directly from experts at the University on how they are using cutting-edge analysis to help make the airline more efficient and customer-focused
Who else will be there?

The event attracts over 2,000 senior IT, commercial and marketing management professionals from:
  • Airlines
  • Travel Agencies
  • OTAs
  • Travel buyers
  • Travel brands
  • App developers
  • Start-ups and
  • Travel technology companies
Discover the latest technology developments from big brands such as IBM, Sabre, Amadeus, Panasonic Avionics, SAP Hybris, Agoda and many more. Take part to help build new business relationships and understand the latest innovations in the airline and travel technology sector.

We look forward to seeing you in September!

Best regards,

The Aviation Festival Team
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