About Ai | Airline Information

Ai is an established leader and innovator in commercial aviation conferences. Since 2005, Ai has hosted thousands of airline and travel professionals at the company’s groundbreaking conferences, forums, workshops, webinars and networking events.

We are also home to the airline and travel industry’s most forward-thinking research in loyalty, ancillary merchandising co-brand cards, payments and fraud.  Airline and travel professionals, marketers, investment firms and industry suppliers turn to Ai for the latest trends, advisory and industry guidebooks.

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Every year over 200 international airlines attend events managed by Ai, and over ninety percent of the airline industry's fortune 500 suppliers depend on Ai to connect them with the industry. Our record of revenue and market share growth in every year of our existence makes us a stable partner for business development through our highly developed conferences and advisory services.

Ai maintains a highly experienced international team of professionals skilled in conference planning and airline commercial affairs. Ai is a privately held company registered in the state of Florida in the United States of America.


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