|Airline Meeting Hall||Available|
|Lunch Day One||Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma - CEPA|
|Meetings System||Winnipeg Airports Authority|
|Registration||The Chicago Department of Aviation|
|Strategy Summit||The New Quito International Airport|
|Business Card Holders||St Louis International Airport|
|Delegate Bag Inserts (Various)||Available|
Airline Meeting Hall and Meetings System - sponsored by Winnipeg Airports Authority
Winnipeg is the capital city of Manitoba, a resource-rich province of 1.27 million people. Located at the geographic center of Canada and North America, Winnipeg is Canada’s seventh largest city. In 2012, 3.5 million passengers moved through Canada’s newest and greenest airport.
Winnipeg Richardson International Airport is Manitoba’s only international airport, connecting the community to North American and international destinations. Opened in 2011, the new Winnipeg Richardson International Airport was designed with today’s traveller in mind. Passengers enjoy free Wi-Fi, charging stations for mobile devices, and a selection of national and local retailers and restaurants.
Winnipeg Richardson International Airport was the recipient of two Airports Council International 2012 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards with a 5th place Best Airport by Size Award and 1st place ranking in the Best Improvement: North America.
Visit www.waa.ca for more information on Winnipeg Richardson International Airport.
Business Card Holders - sponsored by St. Louis International Airport
Saint Louis International Airport (STL) is the gateway to opportunities for airlines. Located near the population center of the United States, STL is the only major commercial service airport for a metropolitan area of over 3 million residents and a catchment area of over 6 million residents.
STL is experiencing robust demand to both domestic and international markets and offers airlines a number of opportunities to take advantage of non-stop capacity shortfalls.
STL offers highly competitive incentive and marketing programs to both new entrant and incumbent airlines. With seven variations to the incentive program and an airline friendly marketing program, STL offers something for nearly all service additions. STL prides itself on its approach to partnering with the airlines and strives to assure success for each airline in all markets.
As a no-restriction, no-curfew airport with four commercial service runways, two passenger terminals, five concourses, and the capacity to offer up to 88 gates, Saint Louis International Airport is equipped and ready to meet the interest and needs of all airlines. Please Explore, Experience and Expand in STL.
Delegate Bags - The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA)
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is charged with marketing and branding Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination worldwide. The LVCVA also owns and operates the Las Vegas Convention Center and Cashman Center. With approximately 150,000 hotel rooms in Las Vegas alone, and more than 10.7 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space destination-wide, including three of the country’s largest convention centers, the LVCVA’s mission centers on attracting ever-increasing numbers of leisure and business visitors to the area. For the past 19 consecutive years, Las Vegas has been named the No. 1 trade show destination in North America, hosting 53 of the 250 largest trade shows in the U.S. Las Vegas hosts more than 21,000 meetings, conventions and incentive programs annually, ranging in size from 10 to more than 100,000.
The Entertainment Capital of the World has evolved tremendously in recent years, and continues to capture the world’s imagination as the one destination where nearly anything is possible. Beyond the 24-hour-a-day casino excitement are some of the best restaurants, the most unique entertainment options, world-class sporting events, premier shopping and fantastic golf – not to mention the greatest variety of meetings venues and resort accommodations in the world.
Registration - The Chicago Department of Aviation
In 2013, the Chicago Department of Aviation’s airports, O’Hare and Midway International, served over 87 million annual passengers and leading global airlines – including Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Qatar Airways – began new Chicago service. Our airports are the gateway to the dynamic Chicago metropolitan area – the third-largest metro area in the United States (9.7 million residents) and consistently ranked among the top ten most economically powerful metropolitan areas in the world. The Chicago metro area’s population is significantly more diverse (21% Hispanic, 6% Asian), more affluent (top five U.S. metropolitan area as measured by households with income exceeding $75,000 USD) and better educated (nearly 40% of residents have obtained a post-secondary degree) than the U.S. average – all indicators of strong demand for international air travel. Additionally, the Chicago metro area has more than 400 major corporate headquarters, including 29 Fortune 500 headquarters (second-highest number of Fortune 500 headquarters in the U.S.).
With the new capacity created by recent infrastructure improvements, the CDA is seeking to aggressively add new airlines and destinations, serving all corners of the globe, to both of our airports. We look forward to welcoming you to Chicago this September 20th-23rd as the host city for the 20th World Route Development Forum. Chicago – Think Big!
Lunch Day 1 - Executive Autonomous Port Commission (CEPA)
The Executive Autonomous Port Commission (CEPA) is a public agency in charge of developing and managing seaports, railways, and airports infrastructure and operations in El Salvador; in addition, the institution provides aerial navigation services, and the development of logistics- industrial zones adjacent to the ports and airports.
Under the present administration, the overall strategy is based on a broad institutional transformation emphasizing: the modernization of El Salvador International Airport, the concession of Port of La Union Centroamericana, the renovation of Port of Acajutla, the promotion of a new national railway system. CEPA has also embarked recently on a promotion strategy to attract industrial partners, private investment and advanced logistic services providers on the areas adjacent to CEPA’s ports and airports.
CEPA is aiming at new challenges and commitments that seek to strengthen national and regional connectivity; contributing to turn El Salvador into a regional platform of value added logistic services.
The Routes Americas Strategy Summit - The New Quito International Airport
On February 20th, 2013, the New Quito International Airport started its operations serving more than 5.5 million passengers annually. Quiport, as the concessionaire of the service, has focused on route development to take advantage of the operational benefits the new airport offers which include: improved take off performance with more payload and fuel capacity, ability for larger airplanes to operate on the 4,100 meter long runway located 400 meters lower than the previous airport, safer operations with lower landing approach minimums and more efficient cargo facilities.
The work has already paid off: in just 11 months the airport offers more frequencies, new routes, and more cargo and passenger airlines. Additionally, Quiport and third parties have made over $70 million investment in infrastructure which includes a logistics center, an administration building, FBO facilities and an upcoming hotel, as major projects. The New Quito International Airport has truly become an airport city where constant growth and improvement are the pillars to ensure it provides excellent services to passengers, airlines and airport users in general.