Back to All Events

PATA x ForwardKeys: Charting the Course for 2024: Unveiling APAC Travel Trends

  • Timezone: GMT+8 Singapore Singapore (map)

ForwardKeys' latest air ticket data in the Q42023 edition of the PATA Issues & Trends report shows that travel demand is recovering rapidly across the Asia Pacific region. Which destinations are in prime position now and which travel markets are most inclined to hop on a plane to APAC in Q4 and early 2024? And, as the vast Chinese market awakens, getting ready to enjoy the record-breaking 8-day Chinese New Year holiday in 2024, what can be expected from by destinations?

November 28, 2023, 4PM Singapore (8 AM London | 1:30 PM New Delhi | 3 PM Bangkok | 7 PM Sydney | 9 PM Auckland)


Nancy Dai, Insights Expert, ForwardKeys

Having gained a master’s degree in Air Transport Management from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom and professional experience at Korean Air, Nan Dai already possessed extensive knowledge of the travel and aviation industry when she joined ForwardKeys as an intern in 2018. In her current role as Insights Expert, she focuses on the latest travel trends in her native China and its regional neighbours. Read more

Christine Koriath, Head of International Market Relations/Manager Asia, German National Tourist Board

Mark Manglona, Senior Marketing Manager - North America, Pacific and New Markets, Guam Visitors Bureau

Mark Manglona has been with the Guam Visitors Bureau for nearly 15 years and is currently the Senior Marketing Manager responsible for the bureau’s marketing and promotional efforts in North America, the Pacific and new markets and previously the Philippine and Russia markets. Early on in his career, Mr. Manglona supported the bureau’s initiatives in the Taiwan and Korea market as well. Read more

Titiporn Manenate, Executive Director the Americas Region Department, Tourism Authority of Thailand

Mrs. Titiporn Manenate formerly took the position of Assistant Director, TAT Paris Office, Europe, Africa, and Middle East Region Department in 2004-2008. Responsibilities for PR and Marketing management in the responsible areas: Paris, the Netherlands, and Luxemburg. Later, in 2012-2016 she was appointed as the Director, TAT Hong Kong Office East Asia Region Department. Read more

Jamie Lee, Assistant Manager of the Global Team 1, Seoul Tourism Organization

Jamie Lee is currently the assistant manager of Global Team 1 at the Seoul Tourism Organization. Her role is primarily encompasses coordinating and facilitating the global projects of the STO that is organized with global organization such as PATA and UNWTO. Read more

November 10

Revolutionising Digital Marketing through A.I.

December 7

PATA x Airbnb: Trends in APAC Visitor Spending