September 18-20, 2016
Are you Going For The Gold? Attendees At The IAFS Certainly Are…
We are excited to note that advance bookings for the 2016 IAFS are running well ahead of any in our history!
The reason is that aviation leaders from all sectors of the industry look to the Summit as the one event that gets across the finish line ahead of all the others. It actually delivers solid business intelligence and actionable forecast data that are not found anywhere else. Early registration rates are now in effect until April 29, too. So join your colleagues at Reno/Squaw Valley – appropriately the site of the 1960 Winter Games, September 18 – 20, and get ready for the future!
As In 1960, The World Is Again Coming To Squaw Valley. This year, we’re exploring the issues that are shaping global aviation, and doing it with decision-makers from all over the globe. From the EU, China, Korea, Latin America, Japan, and, of course, leaders from the US airline, airport, and aviation sectors, too. No droning panels – and no wandering presentations from federal bureaucrats. The IAFS is all about business, not political correctness.
We are honored to be hosted by the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Squaw Mountain was the venue for the 1960 Winter Olympics, and along with our hosts, we’re planning to make the 2016 International Aviation Forecast Summit one, that like the Olympics, pushes to new heights of data, information and business intelligence for all attendees.
Click here for more details and to get the special early registration rates!
Now Available From Boyd Group International…
New Airport Quarterly Key Performance Reports & Short-Term Forecasts
If you are paying for any other source of quarterly airport data, we’ll be blunt: you’re probably paying too much, and you’re definitely not getting the best business intelligence available.
Our subscribers – some of which have switched from other sources – will verify that the BGI Quarterly Performance Reports go deeper, have better data (instead of regurgitated raw BTS numbers) and have much more planning value than any other source. First, you can always tell sloppy data if all of the O&D numbers end in zeros. That means they just took raw, un-reconciled BTS data (which any high school kid can pull down) and sold it back to you.
BGI Quarterlies are based on Aviation DataMiner, the leader in industry business intelligence. While some other sources just report “certificated carriers,” ours aggregates traffic and other data by airline brand, which is the only real-world approach.
We invite you to take a look at the new standard in Airport Quarterly data clicking here for more information and examples of the reports included in the BGI Airport Key Performance Metrics Quarterly Report.
And, we think you’ll find that it’s far superior and more cost-effective than some other overpriced products that are little more than numbers repackaged off of a free government website.