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ARC2011 - Record Early Bookings from Airlines and Exhibitors

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Organisers have reported that the advanced bookings for ARC2011 (Airline Retail Conference) have been the fastest in the shows five year history.

In just over a week since booking opened, delegates from twenty airlines have signed up to attend the event, including: easyJet, KLM, AirTran Airways, BMI, Qatar Airways,, SunExpress, Etihad Airways, Thomson Airways, JetStar and Lufthansa, among others.

Shelly Guerrero, ARCs delegate coordinator said, The response we have had from airlines since we opened booking has been incredible. Everybody I speak to is excited about the event and looking forward to coming to London in June.

The supporting key suppliers exhibition has also exceeded expectations. Originally designed to present 31 exhibitors, the space has now been expanded to offer 42 stands, giving delegates the opportunity to meet with new and existing suppliers and to find out about the latest innovations and product developments for inflight retail.

With over 400 senior delegates expected to attend from airlines, concessionaires and travel retail suppliers, ARC2011 is set to be one of the biggest events of its type ever staged.

The conference agenda - which will be announced later this month - will respond directly to requests from delegates, to address the pressing concerns of the industry in the current climate.

The event will take place on Thursday, 30 June and Friday, 1 July 2011 at the Brewery venue, London.

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