Global Flight Tracking: The Mystery of Malaysian Airlines' Flight 370


Tuesday, June 24, 2014
How the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the UN, is taking action to prevent any commercial airliner from ever again disappearing over international waters. 

With the media focused on the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines' Flight 370, The UNA-NCA, The International Aviation Club, The Royal Aeronautical Society-Washington DC Branch, and The Flight Safety Foundation invite you to a special presentation on "Global Flight Tracking".  Our distinguished panelists will discuss what the ICAO is doing, in partnership with industry and governments,  to address the issues of tracking the position of international aircraft, streaming aircraft data, and ensuring international cooperation in aircraft accident investigations.

Keynote Speaker: Nancy Graham, Director,  Air Navigation Bureau, International Civial Aviation Bureau

Introduction: Ambassador Donald T. Bliss (ret.), President, UNA-NCA
            Moderated By:
Kenneth Quinn, Partner, Pillsbury 
               Winthrop Shaw Pittman
            Ambassador Duane Woerth (rtd)
, Former U.S.
               Ambassador to ICAO and President of the Airline Pilots
               Jon Beatty, Chief Executive Officer, Flight Safety
             Dorthy Reimold, Project Manager, IATA Aircraft Tracking 
               Task Force           

When: Tuesday, June  24th
                 6 pm - 8:30 pm
                 (Cocktail Reception 6 pm, Program from  7 - 8:30 pm)
Where: O’Melveny & Myers LLC Conference Center, 10th Floor
                  1625 I Street NW
                  Washington D.C.

Cost:UNA, IAC, RAeS, FSF Member Discount: $40
            Government Employee Discount: $40
            Student Discount: $30
            Non-Member: $50
            UNA-NCA Membership and Ticket Combo: $55 

Space is limited. Please register by June 18, 2014.

All proceeds will go to support the UNA-NCA Global Classrooms and Model UN Program, reaching 2600 middle and high school students and 85 schools in the DC region. Support this program and tomorrows leaders here.

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