ATD, in cooperation with Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, has made special arrangements to offer ATD Convention & Expo attendees special promotional fares that give you the greatest savings.
Delta Air Lines is pleased to offer the following special benefits for attendees of the 2011 ATD Convention & Expo:
• Discounts on all fares.
• Customized rules and regulations for the meeting traveler.
• Competitive frequent flier program.
• Friendly person-to-person reservation service.
• Global route network.
• $25 Toll-free reservation fee waived
To take advantage of these special offers, please follow these simple steps:
• Call Delta Meeting Network reservations at 1-800-328-1111, Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM Central Time. Refer to File Meeting Code NM5XA.
• Or, have your travel agent call Delta’s toll-free number to obtain these same advantages for you. The travel agent must refer to File Meeting Code NM5XA.
Call United at 1-800-521-4041 and refer to meeting code 578OK to receive at least a 5% discount or you can purchase your ticket online at www.united.com to receive a special fare. After you link to www.united.com, enter your origin, destination (Phoenix, AZ) and your travel dates. Click on more search options and enter the 2011 ATD Convention & Expo code 5780OK for a display of available flights. There are no booking fees for booking online when you use the special promotional code. Code is case-sensitive so please use capital letters.
Special Rental Car Rates!
ATD and AVIS Rent A Car have joined to offer you special low car-rental rates, which are available one week before and after convention. All AVIS rentals include air conditioning, automatic transmission and UNLIMITED FREE MILEAGE.
Call AVIS at 1-800-331-1600 or click here to go the AVIS web site. Request AWD J906942 for special rates. Certain restrictions and policies may apply. Call AVIS for more information. ATD has no control over the actual rates charged by Avis.
With great discounts and the highest levels of service, there is never a better reason to rent with Avis!
METRO Light Rail
When a $1.4 billion light-rail system debuted in downtown Phoenix on Dec. 27, 2008, it ushered in a transportation revolution not seen in the Sonoran Desert since the thirsty horse gave way to the combustion engine. The 20-mile line links Phoenix to the neighboring communities of Tempe and Mesa, and includes stops at attractions such as Phoenix Art Museum, the Heard Museum, Chase Field and US Airways Center.
Light rail’s quiet, air-conditioned trains operate 20 hours per day, seven days a week, and stop at 28 stations. The system operates at street level and is powered by electricity from overhead wires. Fares are $1.75 per ride or $3.50 for an all-day pass. The system has 28 stations, and trains stop at those stations every 10 minutes. The station platforms themselves are adorned with $6.2 million worth of public art, with each installment designed to reflect the character of the community where it is located.
Click here for schedules and maps.