ATRIF EVENT INFORMATION
ATRIF is a group of professional air transport market analysts, operations researchers, economists, and forecasting practitioners, predominately from the manufacturing, supplier, financing, airline, and consulting community; it is a non-for-profit organization run for and by the membership.
The meetings are not open for media reporting - We operate on the Chatham House Rule. The meetings usually attract around 40-50+ delegates and are often lively and engaging with an emphasis on discussing key issues and current events affecting the industry
ATRIF typically meets twice per year, Spring and Fall (Autumn) at different locations across North America.
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ATRIF Fall 2017 Meeting - October 26 - New York
New York - October 26th, 2017
Join us for the Fall 2017 ATRIF meeting in New York on October 26th. Bloomberg will host us at their headquarters on 731 Lexington Avenue.
For this event Bloomberg is helping us take reservations, sign up at:
Greg Daco of Oxford Economics - Economics Update
Eric Amel of Compass Lexecon - U.S. Airline Competition
Bob Morin of Marsh McLennan - Insurance Markets Delivering New Aircraft Finance Solutions
Samuel Engel of ICF - Bringing Private Sector Financing to U.S. Airports
Ron Epstein of Merrill Lynch – The Evolving Supply Chain
Philipp Goedeking of Avinomics – Air Berlin, Alitalia, Monarch: The story of competitiveness, probability of default, and financial risk
Steven Mason of Avolon - 737 MAX, An Investor's Perspective
George Ferguson of Bloomberg Intelligence - Hotspots in Global Airline Competition
Cocktail Function Hosted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch – One Bryant Park from 6 to 8PM
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