36 airports and 10 airlines attend Volaire Aviation Consulting’s first-ever Air Service Development Forum – hosted by Tri Cities Airport

Volaire Air Service Forum

Welcoming attendees to the Volaire Air Service Development Forum in Pasco, Washington was Jack Penning, Managing Partner of Volaire Aviation Consulting. The two-day event was attended by 89 delegates from across 36 airports and 10 airlines, with a total of 191 one-to-one meetings taking place over the course of the conference.

Volaire Aviation Consulting, which has a team that boasts over 100 years of experience in airline recruitment, air service expansion, airline and airport marketing, and airport strategic business planning combined, recently hosted its inaugural air service forum in Pasco, Washington, with the first event being hosted by Tri Cities Airport. 

Taking place between 16-18 October, 89 delegates, representing 36 airports and 10 airlines took part in the inaugural event, where a total of 191 one-to-one airline-airport meetings took place. Along with the meetings, a four-and-a-half hour concurrent educational content programme took place, which included: a tutorial on how to forecast airport cash flow and cash on hand by John Hastings, President, Mohave County Airport Authority; a case study on building a “fly local” policy by Tiana Rossow, Marketing Director, Rochester International Airport; lessons on geo-targeted marketing by Advance Media of New York; plus updates from both Southwest Airlines and SkyWest Airlines. 

Volaire Aviation Forum

Delegates were greeted at the inaugural Volaire Air Service Development Forum with a warm welcome at the registration desk from: Lauren Mishler, Demographic Analyst, Volaire Aviation Consulting; Kelly Yorke, Events Coordinator, Volaire Aviation Consulting; and Mike Lum, Managing Partner, Volaire Aviation Consulting.

Event delegates made their way to Terra Blanca Vineyards for a lovely meal, which provided a stunning backdrop for an evening of networking with the views of the setting sun, enjoyed by all those that attended Volaire Aviation Consulting’s very successful first-ever air service development forum.


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