DOMINICA TO HOST 1ST CARIBBEAN AVIATION MEETUP CONFERENCE
(Roseau, Dominica – May 24, 2016) The government of the Commonwealth of Dominica through the Ministry of Tourism and Urban Renewal and Discover Dominica Authority will host the first CARIBBEAN AVIATION MEETUP Conference in Dominica from June 14 – 16, 2016.
The CARIBBEAN AVIATION MEETUP is made up of well thought out program sessions and affords generous opportunities for dialogue among professionals. Most of the conference program will be discussions on changes for improved airlift in the Caribbean and its impact on tourism and the economy. It will also provide impetus for new business developments and industry investments. The three day program includes a wide range of topics such as regional airlines, route development, airport development, airlift impact on tourism and the economy, investment considerations, trends in regional travel and tourism, innovation of product, service and infrastructure.
From plenary session on the morning of the opening day, the program will have 2 simultaneous break-out sessions ensuring that there is always a session to attend for anyone’s particular area of interest. The invited presenters have a wealth of knowledge on their areas of expertise and participants are encouraged to share perspectives, ideas, concerns, and successful strategies. The detailed conference program and agenda can be found at www.caribavia.com/program.htm.
Registration is now open online at www.caribavia.com for regional and international participants. Interested participants residing in Dominica should contact Discover Dominica Authority at email@example.com for registration information.
About Caribbean Aviation Meetup: CARIBBEAN AVIATION MEETUP shall be the Annual Conference of the CARIBAVIA. During the first CARIBBEAN AVIATION MEETUP (June 2016), a new Caribbean Aviation Industry Association will be inaugurated. It shall carry the name CARIBAVIA which stands for CARIBbean AViation Industry Association. It shall be an umbrella organization representing all aviation interest in the Caribbean region. For more information visit www.CaribAVIA.com.