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Minnesota Airports Conference

2020 Minnesota Airports Conference

April 29–May 1, 2020
Mayo Civic Center
Rochester, MN

About the Event

The annual Minnesota Airports Conference features experts in aviation and aerospace fields sharing their experiences in general assembly presentations, workshops, and open forums. The conference, held in conjunction with the Minnesota Council of Airports annual meeting, also includes technical and safety presentations, an industry trade show, and an awards and recognition program.

The conference aims to deliver the most up-to-date and advanced information for Minnesota aviation professionals and provide an opportunity for industry and government officials to exchange ideas on funding, trends, airport management, operations, maintenance, and best practices. Please join us for an engaging learning experience and an opportunity to network with your fellow professionals.

Registration

  • Register online
  • Register by mail or fax: Download the registration form (PDF)
  • Cost (includes sessions, meals, and banquet):
    • Full conference: $225 ($255 after April 15)
    • One day (Wednesday or Thursday): $125 ($155 after April 15)
    • Guest fee for awards luncheon on April 30: $35

Become a Sponsor/Exhibitor

Learn about becoming a sponsor/exhibitor at the 2020 conference.

Who Should Attend

The conference focuses on airport management, operations, and maintenance, but it is open to anyone interested in aviation.

Accommodations

Accommodations are available at special conference rates at the following hotels:

To make a reservation, visit your preferred hotel's website using the link above or call directly and mention that you are an attendee of the Minnesota Airports Conference. Book by April 7, 2020, to receive the special conference rates.

More Information

For more information, please contact Katherine Stanley at sell0146@umn.edu or 612-626-1023.

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