IFE Services, a leading and multi-award winning provider of in-flight entertainment, has confirmed its place as an exhibitor at the 5th annual Aviation Outlook Asia conference.
Hosting over 300 aviation executives, covering all aspects of the industry, the event is the only one of its kind that offers delegates exclusive access to new growth and partnership opportunities in the region.
High on the agenda will be how Asia’s airlines can strategise, plan and finance for growth and capitalise on sales and marketing opportunities, as well as form rewarding partnerships with airports and other specialist partners.
This year’s event includes speakers from the likes of Air-France-KLM, Malaysia Airlines, Gulf Air, Sri Lankan Airlines, Scoot, Air Bagan, Finnair, Emirates Airline and many others. Among the topics being covered are commercial planning, distribution strategy, optimising fuel and fleet, greener strategies and customer experience; an aspect that IFE Services knows all about.
“This is a fantastic event to be part of, as it brings together so many of the most influential decision-makers from the Asian aviation industry,” the onboard entertainment specialist said. “They have the power to shape the future of aviation in this region and we’re excited to play our part, helping airlines to create unique passenger experiences through exceptional in-flight entertainment packages.”
As well as the guest speakers and debates, the conference will provide an opportunity to network with peers, decision-makers, suppliers and other aviation experts. In previous years, there has also been plenty of deal-making being done, making it one of the most important conferences in the global aviation calendar.
“Conferences such as Aviation Outlook Asia play a big role in this industry, both in providing networking opportunities and a platform from which to learn about new trends affecting the sector,” IFE Services spokesperson said.
For more information about the firm’s onboard entertainment services, visit http://www.ifeservices.com/services/in-flight-entertainment/ or call 01565 752777.