Universal Access in Airports 2010

Universal Access in Airports 2010 

Presented by

Open Doors Organization & International Air Transport Association 

Tues., October 19th - Thurs., October 21st
Crowne
 Plaza
 Houston-Downtown 

Open Doors Organization has hosted this 2-day conference, held biennially since 2006. It offers an open exchange of ideas and best practice solutions on customer service and accessibility for travelers with disabilities and the mature in the aviation industry.

Who Should Attend: Airport executives, airport facilities managers, airline executives, ground transportation operators, disability service coordinators, airport planners, airport safety and standards managers, airport traffic and operations engineers, architects, concessionaires, environmental graphics designers, and transportation-related government agencies.

2010 Topics Include:

              Laws and Regulations

              Technology-Now and Future

              Accessible Websites & Outreach

              Emergency Preparedness

              Service Gaps & Ground Transportation

              Service Animal Relief Areas

              Training

For more information, contact Open Doors Organization:

773 388-8839       info@opendoorsnfp.org       www.opendoorsnfp.org

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