Every year, top travel industry leaders travel across the globe to meet and discuss the latest trends and hot topics. From utilising big data to increase personalisation and improve the travel experience to using historical benchmarking data in dynamic pricing, these events are must-attends for those who want to stay competitive in the travel industry. As we kick off 2020, Infare is already revving up to be a part of these events and invites you to join us.

ITB Berlin Infare travel industry events in 2020

ITB Berlin | 4 – 8 March | Berlin

ITB Berlin is the world’s leading travel trade show, bringing together hotels, tourist boards, tour operators, system providers, airlines and car rental companies. Taking place in the Messe Berlin, this multi-day event attracts over 10,000 exhibitors and 160,000 visitors annually to explore the latest travel innovations and hear from leaders within the industry.
Infare is proud to be a part of this important event for the second year in a row and will be hosting one-on-one meetings with CCO Harald Eisenaecher and other members of the Infare team at our exhibition booth in hall 6.1. These meetings are a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Infare’s range of competitive airfare solutions and get an inside look at the insight we provide over 300 airlines daily.
ATM Dubai travel industry events in 2020

Arabian Travel Market | 19 – 22 April | Dubai

For 27 years, the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) conference has been the leading global event for the Middle East inbound and outbound travel industry. Thousands of senior travel executives attend each year to network and discover the newest trends in travel technology and tourism.
Infare will play a key role in this year’s ATM, with CCO Harald Eisenaecher speaking on 21 April in the Digital Showcase Theatre. In addition, Infare will be exhibiting and scheduling meetings for attendees with members of the Infare team. If you are planning to attend ATM, take a moment to stop by and connect.
IATA Aviation Date Symposium 2020 San Francisco Infare travel industry events in 2020

IATA Aviation Data Symposium & AI Lab | 10 – 12 June | San Francisco

As the largest trade association for the world’s airlines, IATA is known for bringing together the top aviation industry and data professionals for this targeted event. The IATA Aviation Data Symposium & AI Lab focuses on a wide range of topics, including the travel industry’s growing demand for and utilising of data to increase personalisation and dynamic pricing.
Infare’s CEO Nils Gelbjerg-Hansen and CTO Fredrik Palm will join over 700 industry insiders at this unique global forum to share and discuss new big data, AI, data science and technology trends impacting the travel industry.
World Aviation Festival 2020 London Infare travel industry events in 2020

World Aviation Festival | 23 – 25 September | London

What’s new and what’s next for the aviation industry? Since 2003, top leadership from airlines, airports and travel technology organisation have gathered at the World Aviation Festival to find out. With over 600 speakers and 300 exhibitors, the World Aviation Festival has become one of the leading industry events and this year is shaping up to be the biggest yet.
While still months away, leadership from AirAsia, United Airlines, JetBlue, Lufthansa Group, Virgin Atlantic, Air France and more are already scheduled to speak on distribution and new business models, the impact of big data throughout the travel sector and what the future holds for the aviation industry. Infare will be a part of these discussions, as well as meeting one-on-one with our customers at our booth.

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