New Speakers Confirmed for ARC2011

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 15 November 2010

The organisers of ARC2011 (Airline Retail Conference 2011) Asia Pacific have increased the number of quality speakers at the event. The following key speakers have now also been confirmed:

- Cecilia Leung, General Manager Inflight Services, DragonAir: Ms Leung will lead an excellent panel, discussing why airlines Reject some products and rejoice at others.

- Augustin Bondonneau, Regional Manager Europe, LOral Travel Retail: Mr Bondonneau will present and join a panel, offering his views on the important issue of promoting inflight retail as a sales channel to consumers.

- Dave McLaughlan, Senior Business Development Manager, Microsoft Zune: Mr McLaughlan will present an exciting session on new (and future) ways of monetising inflight entertainment (IFE).

They join an impressive line-up of world-class speakers and industry leaders, which include, among others:

 Azran Osman Rani, CEO, AirAsia X
Patee Sarasin, CEO, Nok Air
Simon Leslie, Group Publishing Director, Ink Global
Steven Greenway, Principal, Mango Aviation Partners

Of the new speakers, ARC event director Alex Vail said, The topics being discussed at the conference are quite creative, considering real issues affecting the sector. We are working to bring in high-level speakers who are prepared to share their knowledge and expertise with delegates.

The event will take place on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th January at the Grand Hyatt Macau.

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