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Baggage Innovation Summit

The Conference will cover areas such as e-tags, baggage tracking, touchless and biometric bag drop, instant compensation for mishandling, home-based virtual bag drop, new approaches to loading and unloading luggage from the aircraft, and door-to-door baggage delivery services.

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Sunday 25th June 19.00 – 22.00

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Monday 26th June - Day 1

PLATINUM SPONSOR
BAGGAGE INNOVATION SUMMIT
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Speaker Invited

09:30 - 10:30
Registration and Exhibition Opening


Speaker Invited

Monday 26th June 10:30 - 12:00

Opening Keynote Session

Conference chairman’s introduction


Preparing for Resolution 753 and insight into IATA’s End-to-End Baggage Capability, which will “make physically losing a bag all but impossible”

Andrew Price
Head, Global Baggage Operations
International Air Transport Association (IATA)

The airport perspective


Heathrow’s future baggage vision

Christine Druce
Head of Baggage Strategy
Heathrow

THE AIRLINE PERSPECTIVE


Lufthansa’s future baggage vision

Dr. Bjoern Becker
Senior Director Product Management Ground & Digital Services
Lufthansa
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

12:00 - 13:30
Lunch on the exhibition floor


Speaker Invited

Monday 26th June 13:30 - 15:00

Future approaches to tagging, injecting and tracking baggage through the system

Second Working Session

Format


After a series of brief case study presentations, the session will move to a panel discussion led by the chairman.

Chairman


Andrew Price
Head, Global Baggage Operations
International Air Transport Association (IATA)

How is Delta using technology, such as RFID and apps, to improve baggage processes, and tracking capabilities?

David Hosford
Manager of Baggage Performance Strategy
Delta Air Lines

Additional Panellists


Sven Lepschy
Vice President
Rimowa Electronic Tag
Tony Chapman
Senior Director, Product Management and Strategic Programmes, Global Airports
Rockwell Collins
Shyam Varan Nath
Director – Technology Integrations (IoT/Industrial Internet)
GE Digital

Questions to consider


  • How can we make faster progress on standards to support digital luggage developments?
  • Will this be the year of RFID?
  • How can you create a business case for e-tags and trackers?
  • How can you make a digital luggage experience possible, even at small and regional airports?
  • How can you overcome the challenges related to satisfying Resolution 753?
  • What steps do airports need to take today to prepare for the future of baggage?
  • What role will mobile play in redefining baggage processes?
  • What steps can airlines and airports take to educate passengers about the benefits of the latest baggage developments?
  • What are the alternative new approaches to injecting baggage into the system?
  • How will the bag drop of today differ to the bag drop of the future?
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

15:00 - 15:45
Coffee break


Speaker Invited

Monday 26th June 15:45 - 17:15

End of Day Keynote Session (for all participants)

Session sponsored by:

Chairman


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Bobby Healy
Chief Technology Officer
CarTrawler

Keynote Presentation


The future of travel and ancillary according to Ryanair – from Labs to free flights

Michael O’Leary
CEO
Ryanair

Having previously revolutionised the air transport industry with a new era of airline ancillary practices and self-service passenger processing, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary will deliver a keynote address to give his candid views on the future of our industry.

Keynote Presentation


What will be the “next-generation travel experiences”?

Robert Boyle
Director of Strategy
International Airlines Group (IAG)

In late 2016, IAG launched global accelerator programme Hangar 51 with the aim of working with start-ups to create “next-generation travel experiences and find solutions to real business challenges through lasting and collaborative partnerships”. In a wide-reaching keynote presentation, Boyle will offer insight into the workings of Hangar 51, as well as other projects that will improve passenger experience, business performance and revenue generation opportunities.

Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

Monday 26th June 19:30 - 22:30

Networking Party & Awards Ceremony

Location: The Guinness Storehouse

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Sponsored by:

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FTE Ancillary and FTE Europe delegates will enjoy an unforgettable evening at the Guinness Storehouse, located onsite at the world famous St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin. On arrival, guests will move through the Visitor Experience and learn about the four main ingredients, and how they brew the perfect pint of Guinness. Following this, delegates will gather together in the Arrol Suite for the best hospitality, food and drink that Ireland has to offer, as well as the opportunity to enjoy a tuition on pouring the perfect pint! This memorable evening will also host the first Future Travel Experience Ancillary and Future Travel Experience Europe Innovation Awards ceremony.

Learn more about the FTE Europe awards here.

Tuesday 27th June - Day 2

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Speaker Invited

Tuesday 27th June 09:00 - 10:30

Baggage Innovation Summit and On the Ground - Joint Co-creation Session

Fourth Working Session

Co-creation group topics:


Co-creation group topics led by PASSME:

The PASSME project is an EU-funded, 36-month project, focused on rethinking the airport experience to optimise process flow, reduce passenger stress and enhance their experience.

Proactive queue management in the check-in process

Lena Rökaas
Chief Operating Officer, Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Swedavia
Kasper Hounsgaard
Managing Partner
Copenhagen Optimization


Co-creation group topics led by PASSME:

The PASSME project is an EU-funded, 36-month project, focused on rethinking the airport experience to optimise process flow, reduce passenger stress and enhance their experience.

Overcoming the challenges of rolling out door-to-door baggage delivery services

Katinka Bergema
Postdoc Researcher in PASSME
TU Delft

Improving aircraft boarding through fast boarding processes, and new hand luggage approaches.

Led by senior executives from:

Peter Biesslich
Air Transportation Systems Manager
DLR German Aerospace Center
Klaus Luetjens
Air Transportation Systems Manager
DLR German Aerospace Center
Antonello Nardini
Engineering Technical Director
Optimares s.p.a.
André Castro
Design Manager Aviation
ALMADESIGN
Suzanne Hiemstra-van Mastrigt
Post-doc researcher, Seat Comfort
TU Delft
Monique Limmen
Product Manager
Transavia
HAM Airport (to be announced)
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Workshop


DAA International Workshop – Virtual Terminals

Michael Martin
Senior Vice President – Technical Services
DAA International

Synopsis

Can an airport provide a terminal without actually building one? Can this be achieved within 18-24 months through an offsite virtual facility? Could a virtual terminal handle an additional four to five million departing and arriving passengers?

Workshop schedule

Part 1: Short presentation setting out:

  • The challenge, objective and target outcome
  • A conceptual look at a terminal – what basic purpose does it serve?
  • Set out and question the key systems and processes
  • Set out the businesses dependant on, or built around, these processes

Part 2: Breakout session

Break the attendees into groups, mixing disciplines for alternative thinking, under the following headings:

  • How do we provide our service and fulfil our operational obligations?
  • How do we generate revenue and what would our costs look like?
  • What do we need? Buildings, equipment, vehicles, etc? And how will we procure?

Part 3: Round-up

Drawing the operational/financial/commercial/IT and facilities strands together to conclude what a virtual ‘terminal’ would look like – perhaps even a ‘pop up’ terminal – low on infrastructure and quick to create. Also, we’ll look at the actions required to mitigate or overcome any obstacles to delivery – in particular security and regulation.

Part 4: Output (circulated post workshop)

A brief opportunities and constraints document covering:

  • Overview of how one would operate a virtual ‘terminal’
  • Indicative order of magnitude revenue potential
  • Indicative order of magnitude costs – procure and operate
  • How fast could a ‘terminal’ be established
  • Key changes required to enable this
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

10:30 - 11:30
Coffee break


Speaker Invited

Tuesday 27th June 11:30 - 13:00

What if we didn’t have to deal with baggage, and other passenger processes, at the airport at all?

Fifth Working Session

Chair’s presentation


The latest developments from the EU-funded PASSME project – reducing the end-to-end air travel process by 60 minutes and enhancing the passenger experience, predominantly through off-airport innovations

Katinka Bergema
Postdoc Researcher in PASSME
TU Delft

Bringing bag drop to the passenger’s doorstep – lessons learned from the introduction of virtual bag drop in London, and what future opportunities this enables

Paul Mewett
Executive Vice President - Business Development & Global Strategy
AirPortr

How will Uber impact the transportation of baggage in the future?

Kristin Thayer
Global Travel Partnerships
Uber
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

Tuesday 27th June 13:00 - 14:15

Lunch on the exhibition floor


Speaker Invited

Tuesday 27th June 14:15 - 15:45

If you can’t remove processes from the terminal, what are the best ways of driving efficient and innovative passenger experiences at the airport?

Sixth Working Session

Chairman


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Daniel Coleman
Founder
Future Travel Experience

What is the easyJet vision for the airport of the future, and what role will new technology play in enhancing the passenger experience on the ground?

Thomas Doogan
Ground Operations Customer Experience Manager
easyJet

Schiphol aims to become the most digitally advanced airport in the world by 2018 through implementation of ‘digital-first-thinking’. How will new digital, and agile, approaches shape new airport experiences?

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Kim Bosman
Value Stream Owner - Airport Control
Schiphol Amsterdam Airport
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today


Speaker Invited

15:45 - 16:15
Coffee break


Speaker Invited

Tuesday 27th June 16:15 - 17:00

Closing Keynote Session and Event Wrap-up

(for all participants)

Customer Experience Leaders’ Discussion


Leadership insights on delivering outstanding customer experiences for digitally empowered consumers from all over the world.

Chairman


Ryan Ghee
Editor
Future Travel Experience

Panellists


Stephen Kavanagh
CEO
Aer Lingus
Niall MacCarthy
Managing Director
Cork Airport
Joe Leader
CEO
Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX)
Pat Byrne
Executive Chairman
CityJet
Airlines can attend for FREE!

Free registration deadline: Friday 28th April

Register your place today

Tuesday 27th June 17:00
Conference close

Wednesday 28th June - Day 3

PLATINUM SPONSOR
BAGGAGE INNOVATION SUMMIT
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Speaker Invited

Wednesday 28th June 12:30 - 14:00

Dublin Airport Tours

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Guided Tours 
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Dublin Airport will facilitate guided tours for Future Travel Experience Europe delegates. The tours will cover a range of the airport’s most innovative facilities and services, including the all-day US Preclearance facility and the new 51st & Green lounge, which is Europe’s only dedicated US Preclearance lounge. Delegates will also be able to take in the Fast Track services and the airport’s executive lounges in this unique opportunity to go behind the scenes, and gain executive insight on these efforts, at Dublin Airport.

(Please note: These tours will take place in an operational airport environment and as a result tour timings may differ slightly to those listed.)

Vital Event Information

Future Travel Experience Europe 2017 is a unique, boutique show and Europe’s only end-to-end passenger experience event, bringing together airlines, airports, OEMs, suppliers and various other air transport and travel industry leaders.

Event
Future Travel Experience Europe 2017
Date
- June 2017
Location
RDS, Dublin, Ireland

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