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2018 Trade Shows & Events

June 11 – 13

FICP Education Forum
JW Marriott Parq Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia
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June 25 – 28

NACDA – CABMA
Gaylord National Resort
Washington, D.C.
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August 6 – 9

Caribbean Meeting & Travel Exchange
Unico Riviera Maya
Quitana Roo, Mexico
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August 11 – 15 GBTA Convention 2018
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, California
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August 14 – 15

IncentiveWorks
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Toronto, Canada
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September 12 – 15

Destination Caribbean
SLS Baha Mar
Nassau, The Bahamas
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October 14 – 15

SITE Young Leaders Conference
Las Vegas, Nevada

October 16 – 18

IMEX America 2018
Sans Expo and Convention Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
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November 4 – 7

FICP Annual Conference
JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes
Orlando, Florida
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Message from the CEO

In the Vanguard of Airline Safety Nationwide

In these tough economic times, when almost every airline spends large amounts of time worrying about rising fuel prices and profits, Miami Air International, the world's premier charter airline, continues to show its proactive commitment to one of the core principles of every industry - Safety.

Miami Air International has taken a giant leap forward in airline safety by achieving the first of four steps in the implementation of the Safety Management System (SMS) 18 months ahead of the US government's passing of regulations which will make SMS a legal requirement for all airlines. The achievement of level one places Miami Air International at least two (2) years ahead of other carriers and in the vanguard of airline safety.

"Thanks to our participation in the FAA's SMS Pilot Program, Miami Air will be able to operate with a clearly defined and efficient Safety Management System that will show our employees, the industry, our government and governments worldwide, Miami Air International's commitment to operate with the highest level of safety, as intended by the impending 14 CFR Part 5 regulation and international aviation standards," said Ross Fischer, CEO of Miami Air International.

Safety Management System (SMS) is an organized approach to managing safety. It is a system that encourages airlines to take a deep look at their policies, procedures and accountabilities at all levels in order to make each carrier and the airline industry in general, already one of the safest industries, even safer.

At Miami Air International Inc., safety is one of our core business functions. We are committed to developing, implementing, maintaining and constantly improving strategies and processes to ensure that all our operations take place under a balance allocation of organizational resources, aimed at achieving the highest level of safety performance and meeting national and international standards.

CAT II Auto-Landing

Miami Air International is pleased to announce its latest FAA certification for "CAT II Auto-Landing." This certification means our aircraft will now be able to land with greater precision on low visibility approaches in many domestic and foreign airports frequented by our valued customers.

Miami Air International is grateful to its operational and maintenance personnel for their effort to obtain "CAT II" designation as we strive to provide even greater levels of customer satisfaction in 2011 and beyond.