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2015 Air Transport IT Summit

Ready for the connected traveler?

  • 16 June 2015
    18 June 2015
  • Europe
  • Brussels, Belgium Europe

Taking place 16-18 June in Brussels, alongside the 70th SITA SC  Annual General Assembly, the Air Transport IT Summit is free to SITA Members and remains the No. 1 event for the air transport IT community.   

This year's event will bring together an outstanding lineup of speakers, including CEOs, CIOs and IT professionals from airports, airlines, industry bodies and other air transport players.

They’ll give their insights into those technologies that will play a major role in addressing the growing expectations of connected travelers.

You’ll hear about some of the game-changing technologies and trends that promise to shape the future of the industry, transforming the passenger experience and forever changing air transport operations as aviation becomes increasingly connected.

Industry-shaping sessions and events will include:

  • High level plenary
  • Insight sessions
  • Exhibition showcasing global SITA and partner technologies
  • Networking at the prestigious gala dinner

On the brink of a new digital era...

The connected aviation future will by driven by vast amounts of data, intelligence, and analysis. It will be impacted by technologies like mobile services, cloud computing, biometrics, and wearable computing.

The 2015 Air Transport IT Summit, hosted by SITA and our partner Airline Business, will address these trends and more.

Event microsite

The 2015 Air Transport IT Summit microsite has all the information you need before, during, and after the event.

Get in-depth information on:

  • Speakers
  • Agenda
  • Sponsorship opportunities
  • Registration
  • Venue

The microsite is also a one-stop shop for all the discussions happening on social media, including Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube.

Visit the microsite

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