What is bringing 1,750 air transport industry executives together?
Future Travel Experience (FTE) Asia EXPO will return to the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on November 13-14, 2018 and will bring together more than 1,750 air transport industry executives representing airlines, airports, vendors, startups, government agencies and a variety of other influential industry players.
Delivered with the official support of Changi Airport Group (CAG) and the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), the show will be the biggest FREE to attend passenger experience and business performance expo in Asia.
Attendees will have access to a raft of complimentary features, including a huge exhibition of the latest products designed to help airlines and airports improve passenger experiences, reduce costs, increase revenues and optimise efficiency both at the airport and in-flight. The exhibitor list includes the likes of Panasonic Avionics, Cisco, digEcor, Rockwell Collins, AirFi, Embross, Idemia, ICM, NEC and Haneda Robotics Lab, to name just a few. A selection of pioneering startups will also be presenting their latest solutions in the JetBlue Technology Ventures Startup Showcase.
The event will also host the inaugural Onboard Hospitality Forum Asia, a unique showcase of the very latest hospitality and catering-related products and services. SATS, Formia, Bayart Innovations, Linstol and SkyLights are among the confirmed exhibitors in this exciting NEW zone.
In addition, all visitors will have FREE access to the EXPO Stage, which will host education sessions led by the International Airport Transport Association (IATA), the International Flight Services Association (IFSA) and Onboard Hospitality. The latter has also teamed up with Asia-Pacific On-board Travel (APOT) to host a one-of-a-kind Street Food Festival within the show.
As well as the above features, the event will play host to the FTE Asia Awards presentation ceremony and include a high-level Premium Conference, both of which are FREE to attend for airline and airport representatives. There are many organisations already confirmed to speak, including the likes of: Changi Airport Group, Jetstar Asia, McLaren Applied Technologies, Google, Singapore Airlines, Peach, Cathay Pacific, Philippine Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Malaysia Airports, Bengaluru International Airport, Auckland Airport, KLM, Yotel, Vistara, Cebu Pacific, plus many more.