ALTA has released the agenda for its 2009 Airline Leaders Forum slated to take place October 14-16, 2009, in Cartagena, Colombia. The focus for this year’s conference is safety, efficiency and the environment. More than 100 companies, including more than 30 airline chiefs, more than 10 directors of civil aviation, three ministers of transport/tourism, and the president of Colombia are all among the speakers and attendees confirmed to attend the leading airline conference in Latin America and the Caribbean. ALTA’s Airline Leaders Forum provides an excellent opportunity for the industry to come together, analyze and address how best to navigate through the realities of today’s current economic crisis and other critical industry challenges. The complete agenda and registration information is available at www.alta.aero/airlineleaders
For additional information on ALTA’s Airline Leaders Forum and sponsorship opportunities, contact ALTA’s Meetings and Conferences Director Alberto Cortes at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-786-522-7824. ALTA’s Airline Leaders Forum is designed to promote an international dialogue that advances safer, more efficient aviation in the region. ALTA (Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association), www.alta.aero, was founded in 1980 as a non-profit airline association.