PAX December 2020 issues distributed at FTE APEX Virtual Expo, kicking off today
The first day of the FTE APEX Virtual Expo is underway today, marking the start of the air transport industry’s first major digital trade show. More than 160 speakers, 77 exhibitors and 1,500 organizations (including 175 airlines and 167 airports) are registered to participate from all over the world. The show preview is available online.
As supporting media partner, PAX Tech is pleased to announce that the December 2020 editions of PAX Tech and PAX International are available for free to all registered attendees and exhibitors via the Expo Media and Press Stand. The cohesive special digital editions are also available online and can be downloaded for free here: PAX Tech and PAX International. These issues highlight the innovations from every sector to be seen at the Virtual Expo, plus interiors solutions that are turning heads, a seating feature, booth sneak peaks, and a catering update.
All articles are also available online, in news story format ideal for sharing with clients, colleagues, collaborators and other key players.
“This is a time when every airline and supplier is pivoting to accommodate the changes currently taking place in the industry. Following the recent postponement of [the Hamburg shows], FTE APEX Virtual Expo, the air transport industry’s first major digital trade show, now has an even more important role in in bringing the industry back together en masse at a time [when] we can’t meet face-to-face to share what our new priorities and capabilities are,” said Daniel Coleman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Future Travel Experience (FTE), in an October interview with PAX Tech.
“Our partnership with PAX will help us ensure all the important developments, launches, and announcements coming out of the event from exhibitors and speakers are communicated to the widest possible audience, to help inspire and move the industry forward in a manner that will make it even stronger in the long-term,” he said.
“We’re very proud of the December issues and are excited to be working alongside the event organizers for the show,” says PAX Tech and PAX International Editor-in-Chief Rick Lundstrom. “We wish everyone a successful Virtual Expo experience and are really looking forward to networking with the industry and covering the many conferences, booths and co-located events.”
FTE APEX Virtual Expo was developed in response to the
COVID-19 virus and is organized by FTE, together with its strong ecosystem of
partners, including the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) and the International Flight Services
Association (IFSA). The Expo serves as a
space for the industry to meet, network and innovate through the challenges
presented by the pandemic. The show will run December 8 to 9 and be available
for 30 days afterwards.