Virgin Galactic, Google and Facebook to keynote at FTE Global in Las Vegas in just 2 weeks!

FTE Global 2015

At FTE Global 2015, airlines and airports will be able to hear all about Virgin Galactic’s plans to create the most unique and memorable end-to-end customer experience possible, and will be offered advice on how they can apply lessons learned from this pioneering project to their own businesses.

In just two weeks time, more than 650 delegates from airlines, airports, vendors, government agencies and other key travel industry stakeholders will descend upon Las Vegas for Future Travel Experience Global 2015, which is the 10th anniversary edition of’s sister initiative. FTE Global 2015 is the flagship event for the customer experience sector, and the show will help airlines and airports identify how they can drastically improve the end-to-end passenger experience and differentiate themselves from the competition.

The event will include four big-name inspirational keynotes. Google’s Head of Travel Industry, Megan Danielsen, and Max Coppin, Partner Development Manager, will deliver a presentation exploring how new technology is changing the travel experience and how industry stakeholders should adapt, before Virgin Galactic’s SVP of Spaceport and Program Development, Jonathan Firth, presents on “How Virgin Galactic will deliver the ultimate travel experience through Spaceport America and beyond the atmosphere”. Facebook Head of Travel Lee McCabe and IBM Watson CMO, VP Business Development & Partner Programs, Stephen Gold, complete the keynote line-up.

FTE Global 2015 will also host two conference streams – ‘Up in the Air’ and ‘On the Ground’ – in which airlines and airports from around the world will share their latest passenger experience plans. Among the highlights will be the launch of the Onboard 2025 Think Tank vision, in which senior figures from Airbus, Norwegian, Avianca, Panasonic Avionics and Honour Branding will unveil their joint vision for the narrow-body experience of 2025, along with recommendations on how this vision can be achieved.

Other organisations confirmed to speak in the conferences include United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air France KLM, Avianca, Qatar Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Alitalia, Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Swedavia, London City Airport and Las Vegas Airport.

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