Where in the world is Skyscanner in April?

Here’s a round-up of the industry events Skyscanner will be attending in April. If you haven’t already registered, please consider joining us. And if you’ve already got your tickets, we look forward to seeing you there!

Digital Travel Summit APAC 2019 – Singapore, 1 – 3 April

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Is Asia eating the world? Filip Filipov, Skyscanner’s VP of Product Management, will deliver the opening keynote on Day 2 (Wednesday 3 April). With a strong knowledge of the industry and the travel ecosystem, Filip will highlight how technology products developed by companies in Asia (though not exclusively in China) are growing faster and being adopted quicker than those launched by companies in the West. He’ll also explain the implications for the digital travel industry.

Routes Europe 2019 – Hannover, Germany, 8 – 10 April

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Did you know that Skyscanner’s insights have successfully helped leading travel brands make smarter business decisions? Our Travel Insights experts will be exhibiting at Routes Europe in Hannover, Germany from 8 to 10 April. Stop by stand S23 to chat to one of the team and find out how you could leverage Skyscanner’s expertise to ensure your business is ahead of the competition.

Arabian Travel Market – Dubai, UAE, 28 April – 1 May

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How does today’s mobile-first traveller affect the products and services we offer? How do new developments in airline products (such as long-haul low-cost carriers) impact the industry? On Monday 29 April, Gavin Harris, Commercial Director at Skyscanner, will be joining a panel of experts to discuss some of the hottest topics in aviation.

CAPA 2019 Middle East & Africa Aviation Summit – Dubai, UAE, 29 – 30 April

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Hugh Aitken, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships at Skyscanner will join other industry leaders to discuss the commercial and operational issues affecting the airline industry in Africa and the Middle East. The focus will be on these domestic markets and the opportunity available for airlines to expand internationally, particularly after the launch of the Single Africa Air Transport Market in January 2018.