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SITA IT summit

The technocrats of the airlines, and many of the bosses, will again gather 17-19 June at Dolce La Hulpe, Brussels, for the annual SITA IT summit. The key trends and technologies in the airline business will be discussed. The exhibition area includes many of the most important companies supplying the back-up to international air travel.

Hosting the proceedings will be Paul Coby, Chair of the SITA Board and Francesco Violante, Chief Executive Officer, SITA. Moderator for the open session is Max Kingsley-Jones, Editor, Airline Business.

Speakers this year include:

Tony Tyler, Director General and Chief Executive Officer, IATA;
Craig Kreeger, CEO, Virgin Atlantic Airways;
Thella Bowens, President/CEO, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority;
Thierry Bonhomme, Chief Executive Officer, Orange Business Services;
Shashank Nigam, Chief Executive Officer, SimpliFlying;
Eash Sundaram, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, JetBlue Airways;
Patrick Naef, Divisional Senior Vice President IT, Emirates Group;
Neil Clark, Chief Information Officer, Heathrow Airport Ltd;
and Kerem Kızıltunç, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development & IT, Turkish Airlines.www.sita.aero

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