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Paul Sillers

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Full name Paul Sillers
Country United Kingdom
Primary language English
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I am an airline consultant and writer, focusing on passenger experience, airline branding, corporate identity, corporate communications, aircraft interior design, in-flight product and onboard service. As a consultant and designer in the aviation industry, my writing brings a unique, insider's perspective, with access to people and industry developments that are often inaccessible or unknown within journo circles.

Editorial work News writing, Features writing
URL http://www.paulsillers.com
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    My background covers design, branding, project management and writing in the aviation sector. I am quoted in the International Herald Tribune, New York Times, Intelligent Life, The Economist, Airline Business, Flight International and others.

    I have written features for a variety of travel, aviation and design sector publications including Aircraft Interiors International, DesignWeek, Business Aviation & Regional Transport, Aircraft Maintenance International, Interavia (Switzerland) and others.

    I have chaired and presented at airline conferences around the world and am considered an authority on in-flight experience, onboard product and airline branding.

    I chaired the inaugural Aircraft Interiors EXPO conferences in Cannes in 2000 and presented at that and subsequent Aircraft Interiors EXPOs in Cannes and Hamburg, My other conference presentations on aircraft interior design, inflight communication and onboard technology include:

    - ARINC Aviation Satellite conference in Annapolis, MD;
    - IATA Inflight Management in Bangkok;
    - IPEC Inflight Passenger Entertainment in London.
    - Aviation Industry Conferences in London.

    I recently moderated the "Vision 2020 – Onboard Service – Where We Are Now" session at Ink’s ARC2014 Airline Retail Conference in London, where the session focused on inflight connectivity, onboard WiFi, user interface – and how these elements facilitate ancillary revenue streams for airlines.