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.
Event details will appear below prior to each event...
Come along to an ATRIF meeting ...
Please refer to www.atrif.org
for information about ATRIF
Contact ATRIF: firstname.lastname@example.org
ATRIF Spring 2017 Meeting - March 16 - Los Angeles
Los Angeles - March 16, 2017
Join us in Los Angeles for the Spring 2017 ATRIF Meeting. Deloitte has graciously offered to host us at their downtown headquarters. The meeting is conveniently located after the SpeedNews conference to accomodate those that want to attend both.
Agenda (order yet to be determined)
Tom Captain, Deloitte, Next Gen/ Air Traffic Control Efficiencies
Richard Aboulaia, Teal Group - Plateau and Duopoloy, what could change?
Matthew Wodzicki, CAE - Pilot Demand Forecast
Andrew Chuang, Boeing - Fearless Forcast
Ben Millard, FTN - Recent Trends in Aircraft Financing Markets
Mylene Scholnick, ICF - Aircraft Financing Markets
Gary Weissel, Tronos Aviation - Seating Market, Interiors and Densification
For those that want to attend SpeedNews, the conference registration is here:
We have not reserved a block of rooms at a local hotel as we are being hosted by Deloitte. Hotels in the area include the Omni, Millennium Biltmore and Hilton Checkers. Use the event address to search the local area.
Get on our mailing list to recieve information and news about future events fill out the opt-in form at bottom right of ATRIF web site www.atrif.org