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AirlineGeeks Webinar: U.S. Airlines and the Post-Pandemic Next Steps

Join AirlineGeeks for an in-depth discussion with travel industry consultant Henry Harteveldt, outlining the next steps and complications for U.S. airlines as the post-pandemic industry recovery continues. This webinar will take place on Friday, July 2, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. PT (5:30 p.m. ET).

Register by clicking here. Participants can submit questions in the form below.

Learn more about Henri …

Henry Harteveldt, one of the travel industry’s most respected analysts, is president of Atmosphere Research Group.
Founded by Henry in September 2011, Atmosphere is an independent, objective and impartial market research and strategic consulting company for the travel industry. His research focuses on the intersection of travelers, industry business functions and associated technologies. Atmosphere’s expands its analysis from its extensive consumer research conducted in 12 countries and global research on travel industry suppliers, business travel managers, travel agency owners / managers, and technology and other service providers.

Prior to founding Atmosphere, Henry spent 11 years with Forrester Research, leading its research on the global travel industry. Prior to Forrester, Henry spent over 15 years in sales and marketing roles at leading travel agencies such as Continental Airlines, Fairmont Hotel Management Company, and GetThere.

Henry is regularly interviewed on travel-related topics by reporters from major media such as CBS News, CNBC, Reuters, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Times of London and Handelsblatt.

A native of New York, Henry graduated from Tulane University School of Business in New Orleans, LA and now lives in San Francisco, California.

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