2021 USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace

December 7-11, 2021 | USA

Since USTOA's inception in 1972, the USTOA Annual Conference & Marketplace has distinguished itself for being the only travel industry event in the United States that brings together the leading North American travel companies with tourism suppliers and destinations from around the globe in an intimate and exclusive setting.
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Spotlight

Digital transformation has fundamentally changed passenger expectations about air travel. An overwhelming majority of travelers today want access to digital services to improve their journey. Airports are meeting passenger demands with varying degrees of success. For most, the biggest barrier is their infrastructure. This paper examines what changes airports can make to upgrade their cable and IT infrastructure to enable delivery of the self-service, on-demand, digital travel experience modern passengers expect.


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Spotlight

Digital transformation has fundamentally changed passenger expectations about air travel. An overwhelming majority of travelers today want access to digital services to improve their journey. Airports are meeting passenger demands with varying degrees of success. For most, the biggest barrier is their infrastructure. This paper examines what changes airports can make to upgrade their cable and IT infrastructure to enable delivery of the self-service, on-demand, digital travel experience modern passengers expect.

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