Business Luncheon and a presentation by Mr. George Petsikas - April 17, 2013

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You are cordially invited to a Business Luncheon and a presentation by

Mr. George Petsikas

President of the National Airlines Council of Canada on:

“Foes Turned Partners: Airlines and Airports Working Together to Achieve a Strategic Aviation Policy and Vision for Canada.”

  • Canada has one of the top-rated Aviation infrastructures in the world yet millions of people flee annually to travel from US border airports. Why?
  • The existential threat to Canada’s Air Transport industry posed by government’s dogmatic obsession with “user-pay” principles.
  • Dealing with “policy envy” – how Canada’s Airlines and Airports are working together to achieve a strategic plan for success in the future.
  • George Petsikas is a lawyer and has a master’s degree in Law from McGill University’s Institute of Air and Space Law. In 2008 George was appointed the first president of the National Airlines Council of Canada, the industry trade association representing Canada’s largest passenger Airlines. He currently holds the position of Senior Director, Government and Industry Affairs at Transat A.T. Inc. responsible for all aviation policy, legislative and regulatory matters in the 35 countries Transat operates.

    Wednesday, April 17, 2013 – 12 NOON
    (Doors open at 11h30)
    Hotel HYATT REGENCY Montreal
    Salon CREATION – Level 6 – 1255 Jeanne-Mance – Montreal
    Métro: Place des Arts – www.montreal.hyatt.com
    Cost: $ 55.00 all inclusive

    **INVITATION and REGISTRATION FORM ATTACHED**

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