Global Connected Aircraft Summit Announces Opening of Registration for 2017 Event

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Leading aerospace connectivity summit has opened the first round of early bird registration for this summit occurring June 7-9, 2017 in Arlington, VA.

The Global Connected Aircraft Summit provides airlines, operators, integrators, and technology vendors complete connected solutions – from ground to air and from nose to tail. The fourth annual event connects business, technology, and industry perspectives and goes beyond just in-flight entertainment, to include operations, communications and technologies that impact the aircraft.

This year’s premier aerospace connectivity summit will be held June 7-9, 2017 at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View in Arlington VA.

Bringing together over 300 members of the aerospace community, GCAS provides a powerful relationship building and networking opportunity in an atmosphere dedicated to assessing early market lessons, potential demand, and best practices. For more information visit http://www.gcasummit.com/.

Early bird registration has officially opened. Don’t miss your chance to lock in the 2016 rate before prices increase in 2017. Register Here Now.

The Global Connected Aircraft Summit confirmed two keynote speakers for this year’s event:

David Hansell, Aviation Policy Lead, Facebook Inc.

Max Coppin, Partnership Development Manager, Google

Flexible sponsorship opportunities are available. Please contact Joe Milroy at jgmilroy(at)accessinte(dot)com for more information.

Register Here Now.

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