August 12, 2010
AOPA Aviation Summit staff
Long Beach, Calif., will be home base to attendees, exhibitors, and guests of AOPA Aviation Summit Nov. 11 through 13.
But before you pack that bag, here are some tips and information designed to help you, your friends, and your family enjoy this aviation wonderland to the fullest and take advantage of special savings.
Flying commercially to Long Beach? Consider JetBlue. You could receive a 5-percent discount as an attendee of AOPA Aviation Summit. Check out AOPA member car rental discount rates from Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, and Hertz for all your travel needs at Summit.
Book your hotel at any one of the 11 official AOPA Summit hotels. Make sure you book before Oct. 18, 2010, to be guaranteed the lowest rates at these hotels and take advantage of all of the fantastic networking opportunities with fellow attendees! Rates range from $99 to $229, and some hotels include a complimentary breakfast, Internet, and parking.
Use your AOPA World Points credit card to register for Summit and book your hotel. Bank of America, in partnership with AOPA, is awarding double points when you use your AOPA Visa or MasterCard for Summit. Don’t have a World Points card? Apply today.
When you register for Summit, you may choose from a 1-Day Exhibits Pass, a 1-Day Forums & Exhibits Pass, or a 3-Day Package. Don’t forget that these advance savings end in October, so register now. This year we have a new variety of social events that are sure to entertain you and provide lasting memories. Our social events have sold out at past shows, so don’t delay!
For more information on special deals, call 800-872-2672, press "3". —By AOPA Aviation Summit staff
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