2024 - Seattle, WA

SFTE 55th Annual International Symposium logo

This year's Symposium is proudly hosted by the Seattle Chapter of SFTE! Come visit us for several days of technical presentations from experts all around the flight test industry, plus: tutorials, dinners, mixers, flight test center tours, an awards banquet, and much more! A full agenda will be posted soon.

Join fellow flight testers from around the world at the premiere SFTE event of the year!

Call for Papers

Resources for Paper Authors

The Tech Council provides the following resources:

Hotel Information

Seattle Marriott Waterfront

2100 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121
+1 (206) 443-5000

Situated on Elliott Bay, across from the cruise terminals and a quick stroll from the world-famous Pike Place Market, the Seattle Marriott Waterfront is the only downtown Seattle hotel offering views of both the mountains and water from our guest rooms. Enjoy the proximity to the downtown business district and some of Seattle's most beloved attractions, including The Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Chihuly Garden and Glass and the Seattle Art Museum. Take advantage of the hotel's modern gym, then head outside for a run on the waterfront or enjoy delicious cuisines at a variety of local restaurants, all within easy reach. Retreat to your new nautical guest room to find the comforts of home and water views. Experience the Pacific Northwest at Seattle Marriott Waterfront.

Book a room for the Symposium!

The last day to book at the group rate is Monday, September 23, 2024.

The group rate is available between Saturday October 12 and Sunday October 20. Stay an extra weekend and explore the city of Seattle and the surrounding area!

Note: Marriott's booking system is currently adding a $25 per night "destination/resort fee" to all bookings. Our group rate is exempt from this fee, but Marriott is currently unable to update their booking system. This fee will not be present on the final bill.

2024 Symposium Announcement Video

The 2024 SFTE Symposium is proudly hosted by the Seattle Chapter