Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta to Speak at Global Air & Space 2001

Apr 16, 2001, 01:00 ET from American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    RESTON, Va., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Secretary of Transportation Norman
 Y. Mineta will speak about The 21st-Century Commercial Market: Challenges for
 Industry and Government for Assurance of a Stable and Competitive Market, as
 part of the Global Air & Space 2001 International Business Forum and
 Exhibition.  Global Air & Space 2001 takes place May 7-9, 2001 at the Hyatt
 Regency Crystal City in Arlington, VA.
     Participants representing the highest levels of industry and government
 from around the world convene at Global Air & Space 2001 to discuss and debate
 industry trends, government policies and regulations, market conditions,
 business opportunities, and trade issues critical to conducting business in
 the world marketplace.
     The theme of Global Air & Space 2001 is Vitality of Aerospace Entering the
 New Millennium.  The conference runs for three days, with May 7 focusing on
 Space Systems: Leading the Way into the New Millennium; May 8 focusing on
 Commercial Aviation: Meeting the Challenges; and May 9 focusing on Changing
 the Game for Weapon Systems.
     Mineta is the luncheon speaker on May 8. Other topics, keynote speakers,
 and panelists on the day include Alan Mullaly, President and CEO, Commercial
 Airplanes, The Boeing Company speaking on Emerging Trends and Developments;
 Carol B. Hallett, President, Air Transport Association, Brian Rowe, Chairman,
 Atlas Air, Inc., and J.A. Donoghue, Editor-in-Chief, Air Transport World
 discussing The Airline Customer: New Horizons; John S. Dickie, Vice President,
 Business Development, Airbus Service Co., N.A.; Michael S. Graff, President
 and COO, Bombardier Aerospace; Stephen N. Heath, President and CEO,
 International Aero Engines; Ronald McKenna, President, Hamilton Sundstrand;
 Mike Dumais (invited, but not yet confirmed), Cordiem, and David North,
 Editor-in-Chief, Aviation Week and Space Technology on The Manufacturers'
 Outlook: New Strategies and Market Opportunities.
     For more detailed program information or to register, view the Calendar of
 Events at http://www.aiaa.org or call customer service at 703-264-7500 or
 800-682-2422.
 
     Louis R. Chenevert, President, Pratt & Whitney, A United Technologies
 Company is the general chair of Global Air & Space 2001.  The American
 Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) serves as the host and
 organizer.  AIAA is the largest professional/technical society, leading
 content provider, and principal voice on behalf of aerospace professions,
 regarding all aspects of aviation, space, and defense.
 
 

SOURCE American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    RESTON, Va., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Secretary of Transportation Norman
 Y. Mineta will speak about The 21st-Century Commercial Market: Challenges for
 Industry and Government for Assurance of a Stable and Competitive Market, as
 part of the Global Air & Space 2001 International Business Forum and
 Exhibition.  Global Air & Space 2001 takes place May 7-9, 2001 at the Hyatt
 Regency Crystal City in Arlington, VA.
     Participants representing the highest levels of industry and government
 from around the world convene at Global Air & Space 2001 to discuss and debate
 industry trends, government policies and regulations, market conditions,
 business opportunities, and trade issues critical to conducting business in
 the world marketplace.
     The theme of Global Air & Space 2001 is Vitality of Aerospace Entering the
 New Millennium.  The conference runs for three days, with May 7 focusing on
 Space Systems: Leading the Way into the New Millennium; May 8 focusing on
 Commercial Aviation: Meeting the Challenges; and May 9 focusing on Changing
 the Game for Weapon Systems.
     Mineta is the luncheon speaker on May 8. Other topics, keynote speakers,
 and panelists on the day include Alan Mullaly, President and CEO, Commercial
 Airplanes, The Boeing Company speaking on Emerging Trends and Developments;
 Carol B. Hallett, President, Air Transport Association, Brian Rowe, Chairman,
 Atlas Air, Inc., and J.A. Donoghue, Editor-in-Chief, Air Transport World
 discussing The Airline Customer: New Horizons; John S. Dickie, Vice President,
 Business Development, Airbus Service Co., N.A.; Michael S. Graff, President
 and COO, Bombardier Aerospace; Stephen N. Heath, President and CEO,
 International Aero Engines; Ronald McKenna, President, Hamilton Sundstrand;
 Mike Dumais (invited, but not yet confirmed), Cordiem, and David North,
 Editor-in-Chief, Aviation Week and Space Technology on The Manufacturers'
 Outlook: New Strategies and Market Opportunities.
     For more detailed program information or to register, view the Calendar of
 Events at http://www.aiaa.org or call customer service at 703-264-7500 or
 800-682-2422.
 
     Louis R. Chenevert, President, Pratt & Whitney, A United Technologies
 Company is the general chair of Global Air & Space 2001.  The American
 Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) serves as the host and
 organizer.  AIAA is the largest professional/technical society, leading
 content provider, and principal voice on behalf of aerospace professions,
 regarding all aspects of aviation, space, and defense.
 
 SOURCE  American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics