Air Travellers Association (ATA) conducts 9th AGM

Among the decision sealed during ATA AGM, undertaking a special membership campaign for senior citizens was important

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Air Travellers Association (ATA) conducts 9th AGM in New Delhi on Friday (Photo: ATA)
  • During AGM, ATA decided to undertake a special membership campaign for senior citizens
  • Air Travellers Association (ATA) is a ‘not-for-profit’ association and ‘Voice’ of Air Travellers
  • ATA was founded on May 22, 2013

New Delhi: The Ninth Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Air Travellers Association was held on Friday, August 26 in New Delhi under the chairmanship of its President Dr Satendra Singh and Secretary, Narasimham DL. Among the decision sealed during AGM, undertaking a special membership campaign for senior citizens was important. In recognition of services rendered by the elderly in their prime age, ATA has offered them a Life Time Membership at Rs 1100.

ATA is the voice of air travellers and keeps taking up the generic issues and concerns of air travellers on a time-to-time basis. The AGM was a great success and members expressed their happiness that ATA kept its flag high even during the Covid-19 pandemic by way of public meetings and webinars. The meeting was conducted by GS Bawa, Secretary General ATA.

(Disclaimer: This story is a press release sent by ATA)

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