Senior Industry Speakers Sign up for Routes Americas

Taking place on Sunday 23rd February 2014 and open to all attending delegates, The ALTA Routes Americas Strategy Summit will open Routes Americas in San Salvador.  The Strategy Summit will provide a valuable insight into aviation across the region as panels of leading industry experts take part in a number of moderator led discussions addressing key air service development issues effecting commercial aviation across the entire Americas.

The event will be opened by José Napoleón Duarte Duran, El Salvador Minister of Tourism followed by a keynote address from event partner, ALTA’s new Executive Director, Eduardo Iglesias.  The specially developed content and interactive format ensures that the Strategy Summit is a popular element of the event which will consist of four sessions covering many aspects of the industry.

Many leading industry experts have already confirmed their participation including: Hernan Pasman, CEO of LAN Colombia; Capt. Jagmohan Singh, CEO of Caribbean Airlines; Estuardo Ortiz, CCO AviancaTACA; Ciro Camargo, VP Alliances, Gol; Peter Cerda VP Americas for IATA; Todd Scott International Planning Manager for UPS; Daniel Ketchibachian Chief Commercial Officer, Corporacion America; Aluzio Margarido Commercial Director of Viracopos International Airport; Lee Lipton Director of Air Service Marketing for Vantage Airports Group; Amit Rikhy VP/ Head of Acquisitions for ADC HAS Airports Worldwide and Fariba Alamdari VP Market & Value Analysis for Boeing.

Discussions will surround the following sessions:
 The Consolidators: In Search of Stability and Continuity
The Niche Players: In Search of Change and Niche Success
Airport Privatisation – The Price is Right?
Visions of Future Flying

Routes Americas attracts the industry’s key decision makers and is the must attend event for all those interested in meeting with the industry's key players.  The event, which is the annual gathering of air service decision makers for all of the Americas, is expected to attract over 70 airlines, 200 airports and over 30 tourism authorities along with a number of other industry stakeholders from across the Americas to discuss air service development.

Keep reading The HUB for regular updates on the ALTA Routes Americas Strategy Summit and for more information and to register for Routes Americas 2014 click here.