ATCA Annual
Virtual Event

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As the largest air traffic management (ATM) event in the Americas and the world’s only event centered around the air traffic control (ATC)/ATM technology and services needs of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), ATCA Annual is a can’t-miss aviation event. Paced over five days, you’ll experience presentations, seminars, networking opportunities, and exhibitions that attract thousands of internationally recognized experts in every sector of aviation industry coming together to enhance the global airspace system. The Virtual Exhibit Hall features over 100 cutting-edge organizations and numerous free presentations, providing you the education and connections you need to succeed.

Join us for a new virtual program prior to this year’s ATCA Annual and together we will move our industry forward! Taking place November 10-19, 2020, the new Virtual Roundtables provide an opportunity to connect, ideate, and collaborate. Participants will join for a 1.5-hour session, each pertaining to one of FAA Administrator Steve Dickson's five strategic focus areas. The sessions are very small, about 20 attendees each, to allow for in-depth conversations and to build meaningful connections. In today’s virtual setting, taking time to connect to bring together ideas from a diverse set of viewpoints is critical to continue successfully modernizing our National Aerospace System (NAS).


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