Registration Opens for CASMA Spring 2012 Conference
FEB 14, 2012 - 10:00 ET
Home page for CASMA, the Computerized Airline Sales and Marketing Association, which is hosting its latest agenda-setting conference March 18-21 in Jacksonville, Fla.
Agenda-Setting Airline Industry Conference Brings In-Depth Training and Critical Discussion to Sunny Jacksonville, Florida
ARLINGTON, VA--(Marketwire - February 14, 2012) - Registration, and early-bird pricing, is underway for the CASMA Spring 2012, the agenda-setting airline sales and marketing training event and conference. Slated for March 18 -21 at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, this year's spring CASMA event will once again be the epicenter for the most important discussions about airline sales and distribution. Executives from top airlines, GDSs and OTAs, including American, Delta, Frontier, United, HotWire and Amadeus, will gather with technology experts and industry leaders to share, debate and, often, decide on new approaches to revenue generation, data integration and more.
"Each time we gather for a CASMA Conference, the discussions get more compelling and the audience more engaged," said Mark Pond, president and chairman of the board of CASMA. "The complexity of the industry, the changing rules in the marketplace and the pace of technology all bring new fodder to each conference, and our ability to gather such a rich cross section of industry players to address the hot topics makes the value of CASMA unbeatable for attendees and sponsors alike."
Highlights sessions for this year's conference include:
"CASMA conferences are the place where thought-provoking speakers can address the challenging questions around evolving airline distribution models," said Graham Wareham, senior director, distribution and consumer direct, Air Canada. "No other conference in the industry offers better value or opportunity for a free exchange of ideas than CASMA."
For more information on CASMA Spring 2012, the limited Early Bird pricing and airfare discounts for travel to the show, please visit www.casma.org.
For over three decades, the Computerized Airline Sales and Marketing Association (CASMA) has been addressing complex travel distribution issues. It's a unique, not for profit industry forum that serves as an open exchange between airlines, experts in travel distribution and other industry-related organizations. CASMA actively promotes the use of automation in airline sales and marketing to find the fastest, most efficient means of distributing the air product to the traveling public. Airlines come together with traditional providers of distribution such as computer reservation systems to address efficient booking practices, system enhancements and new directions in automation.
CASMA also reaches beyond mainstream distribution to explore new frontiers in electronic commerce. Members include representatives from online providers and many other companies and organization that touch distribution technology.