CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Wearing masks at the Baton Rouge Metro Airport is now optional. TSA will no longer enforce its Security Directives and Emergency Amendment requiring mask use on public transportation and transportation hubs. CDC continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings at this time.
 
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Wearing masks at the Baton Rouge Metro Airport is now optional. TSA will no longer enforce its Security Directives and Emergency Amendment requiring mask use on public transportation and transportation hubs. CDC continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings at this time.
 

TakeOff North America 2021 Commercial Aviation Conference being held in Baton Rouge

May 28, 2022

Over 150 airline and airport representatives will be attending the TakeOff North America 2021 Conference in Baton Rouge November 1-3. The conference is one of many Routes conferences held worldwide each year.  

Airline CEOs and directors of route planning from some of the largest carriers in the US will meet with domestic airports. The unique platform offers attendees an exclusive opportunity to discuss existing service and potential new air service with senior airline decision-makers through one-to-one meetings. The two-day event will also feature a high-level conference program offering insight into airline strategy and the future of the US aviation market. Providing opportunities for attendees to meet, collaborate and do business, TakeOff North America 2021 will be pivotal in uniting the US domestic air service development community to facilitate its journey to recovery.

Over two concentrated business days, attendees will be presented with countless opportunities to learn about the trends and challenges facing the industry, develop working relationships, and discuss new and existing air service with airline network planners from across the North American air service development community. The conference is dedicated to small and mid-size airports in the North American marketplace.

The Baton Rouge Metro Airport (BTR) is the host airport for the event. Sponsors include BTR, Visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana Office of Tourism and the Baton Rouge Area Chamber.
 
About BTR
The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport is served by the major, network airlines – American, Delta and United – with frequent hub flights that provide access to and from hundreds of domestic and international destinations through these hub airports. BTR is the second largest airport in Louisiana by passenger volume.
 
Contact: Jim Caldwell
Air Service Development, Marketing & Public Relations Manager
Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Phone 225-931-9098
jcaldwell@brgov.com
 
 
 
 
 
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