AIR Convention LIVE
Catch every discussion panel and presentation at AIR Convention Europe 2019 by the top executives within the aviation industry! The live stream, broadcasting the conference live on Tuesday, September 17 and Wednesday, September 18 will provide the opportunity for those who could not make it to Vilnius to catch the latest trends and hottest topics surrounding airlines, MRO and passengers. Watch the stream from all four conference panels live only on AeroTime.
Commercial Aviation Forum, September 18, 2019
AIR Tech, September 18, 2019
Commercial Aviation Forum, September 17, 2019
European aviation trends with speakers from Boeing, Bombardier and several other airline executives, with exclusive panels discussing USPs, ACMI market and the relationship between MRO companies and airlines.
AeroTime AIR Tech & Customer Experience, September 17, 2019
As aviation is on a constant quest to increase efficiency, technological advancements are a huge part of why the industry has changed so much over the past few years. Tune in to the AeroTime AIR Tech stream, where executives from Tata Communications, Inmarsat and other companies present their modern technological solutions to make aviation better for everyone.
How can airlines make sure passengers pick their brand? How can airports assure that every passenger will be as comfortable on the ground as in the air? Presentations from Turkish Airlines, IATA, Aegean Airlines, La Compagnie Boutique Airline, Reduced Mobility Rights and many more will explore and answer these questions on the Customer Experience stream.
Find out more about AIR Convention Europe: https://europe.airconvention.com/
The full event agenda: https://europe.airconvention.com/agenda/
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