NEW YORK AVIATION MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION CELEBRATES AVIATION HISTORY AND PRESENT-DAY SUCCESSES AT ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE

 From a boat trip on the historic Buffalo River and a round of golf on a dazzling, sunny morning, through the following day of engaging panels and discussions, to an evening reception and dinner in the glow of a spectacular sunset over Lake Erie, more than 125 attendees enjoyed a whirlwind few days at the New York Aviation Management Association’s Annual Fall Conference hosted by Buffalo Niagara International Airport and based at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo from September 12-14, 2017. 

“We couldn’t have asked for a better program, through every event and from start to finish,” said newly elected NYAMA President Lee Weitz, who is also Deputy Director of Aviation for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority. “We showcased everything that’s great about aviation in New York: our history, all the amazing things we’re doing today, and all that’s promising on the horizon. One of Buffalo’s own, Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul, did a fantastic job at her keynote reception address highlighting how important aviation is to the state’s economic health, and I think everyone came away from this year’s conference energized and excited for the work that’s ahead. Best of all, we made memories that’ll last a lifetime, and have the pictures to prove it!”

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