The JetNet iQ Summit, which makes its return in September, will feature a slate of top industry speakers, the company announced on Thursday. Among the panelists offering their insights will be NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen, EBAA secretary general Athar Husain Khan, IBAC director general Kurt Edwards, NATA president and CEO Tim Obitts, and Pete Bunce, president and CEO of GAMA.
The in-person event will be held on September 15 and 16 at the TWA Hotel at New York’s JFK Airport. Recognizing the history of the venue, as well the enthusiasm for the resumption of the annual conference, which celebrates its 10th anniversary after a year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, the conference organizers have chosen the theme: “We’re back in time…and in person.”
“Even as we get back to the routine of business flight again, there are many topics we as an industry need to get ahead of,” said Paul Cardarelli, JetNet iQ Summit co-chair and the v-p of sales for Utica, New York-based data provider JetNet. “Strategic planning, fleet forecasting, sales, marketing, and investor and stock analyses all need to be looked at with new vision and new ideas in this new world. Our advocacy speakers are the best at what they do and are the exact people you want to hear these ideas from.”