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ACI-NA JumpStart 24 brings world of air service to Washington DC

ASO ACI NA JUMPSTART

ACI-NA JumpStart 2024 kicked off this week in sunny Washington DC bringing together decision makers from the world’s leading airlines and over 200 airports to grow air services and expand economic growth.

The premier three-day air service development conference was hosted this year by Washington Dulles International Airport in partnership with Destination DC, Capital Region USA, and the Virginia Tourism Corporation.

As the leading air service development conference to be held in the United States in 2024, attendees enjoyed a full day of educational sessions, followed by two days of airport-airline meetings.

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Air Service One, the industry’s leading independent air service media platform delivering industry news and data driven analysis, once again produced the ASO JumpStart 24 magazine and online coverage for the event.

JUMPSTART WASHINGTON
Matt Cornelius, Executive Vice President ACI-NA and Jack Potter, President and CEO Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority welcomed over 550 delegates to the event this week.
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Paul Bobson, Vice President of Airline Business Development MWAA and Claire Carlin Senior Vice President Partnerships & Alliance, Destination DC, lead the start of a full days conference program.
INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISEVILLE
Maggie Cunningham, Director Air Service Development, Indianapolis Airport Authority and Anthony Gilmer, Vice President-Air Service Development and Strategic Marketing, Louisville Regional Airport Authority, moderated and delivered their respective conference sessions.

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ACI NA WELCOME AT JUMPSTART
The sun was out for the traditional welcome reception.

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