American Airlines Chairman & CEO Doug Parker addresses 
The Hill's Aviation Policy Summit


Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

On Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 12:30 p.m., American Airlines Chairman & CEO Doug Parker will address 
The Hill's Aviation Policy Summit, sponsored by Airlines For America, about challenges and opportunities faced by the airline industry - and the role Washington can play in shaping
the future of flight.




Parker will also share his views on the need for a National Airline Policy and provide an update on the 9-month-old merger of American Airlines and US Airways.




OTHER PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:


•  Discussions of aviation regulatory issues with United Airlines' Steve Morrissey, George Mason University's Ken Button, and Air Line Pilots Association's Capt. Lee Moak

•  Discussion of Air Traffic Control reform and next generation aviation technology with Delta Air Lines' Capt. Dickson, Department of Transportation Assistant Inspector General Matt Hampton, and National Air Traffic Controllers Association's Paul Rinaldi


•  Discussion with financial analysts and Wall Street experts, featuring T. Rowe Price's Andrew Davis, Wolfe Research's Hunter Keay and moderated by CNBC's Phil LeBeau


•  Case studies on energy efficiency and alternative fuels with United Airlines' Angela Foster-Rice, FAA's Nate Brown, U.S. Navy's Chris Tindal, and Carbon War Room's Jeff Erikson

•  Airline Industry Briefings on cargo operations, customer experience, revenue management, and more!
*All times listed are in Eastern Time. Agenda and speakers are subject to change.