Washington (ots-PRNewswire) - Universal Air Travel Plan, Inc.
(UATP) announced today that over 40 international airlines are
confirmed to attend the company's Annual Conference and InfoSearch
Forum in Las Vegas at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino. On November 8,
2000, the Annual Conference will showcase UATP initiatives and
achievements from year 2000. Robert Baker, Vice Chairman of American
Airlines will present, "UATP-The Beginning." Mr. Baker's father
helped establish the initial UATP program and has a legacy of
involvement. UATP employees will present an overview of programs and
The UATP InfoSearch Forum will be held November 9, 2000. UATP
staff will moderate the forum, featuring panelists from member
airlines. Topics of discussion include "The UATP Business Case,"
"Examples from Successful UATP Programs," "The Enhanced UATP Value
Proposition," and "UATP Systems, Resources and Brand Benefits."
Panelists will include representatives from Air New Zealand, Ansett
Australia, British Airways, Continental Airlines, Japan Airlines, KLM
Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa Airlines, and Swissair.
Richard Crum, President and Chairman of UATP, said, "With
record-breaking attendance anticipated at this year's events, we will
have the opportunity to convey the importance of the UATP product to
the airline industry and it's corporate clientele. As I present the
'UATP -- Past Present and Future,' I will remind the attendees of the
benefits, communicate the milestones surpassed, as well as introduce
forecasted goals. I am delighted to have the knowledge and experience
represented by our international panelists and expect to have the
most successful conference and forum to date."
Universal Air Travel Plan Inc., formerly known as the Air Travel
Card(R), is the world's first business travel payment system. Founded
in 1936, UATP was an early innovator and pioneer in the charge card
industry, developing such industry standards as the magnetic strip
and lodged accounts. Owned and operated by each card-issuing airline,
it offers the lowest administrative cost of any charge product. With
annual global billings of over US$8 billion, UATP is utilized by
corporations around the world to better manage their travel expenses.
Airlines currently issuing UATP accounts include Aer Lingus, Air New
Zealand (ANZBF), Alitalia, Ansett Australia, American Airlines (AMR),
British Airways (BAB), Continental (CAL), Delta Air Lines (DAL),
Japan Airlines (JAPNY), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), Lufthansa
German Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines System, Swissair, Trans World
Airlines (TWA), United Airlines (UAL) and US Airways (U). For more
information on UATP, please visit UATP.com.
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