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IATA Frequent Flyer Program Fraud Prevention Workshop

For the 5th consecutive year, the IATA Frequent Flyer Programs Fraud Prevention Workshop remains a unique airlines' exclusive and closed door event.


June 26 - June 28, 2018 Chicago, USA ​Willis Tower, Chicago Airlines & Strategic Partners

   

      Registration is now closed!


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Thank you to our Workshop Host, United Airlines! 

"United is excited to host this year's event. We welcome all FFP investigators to attend this excellent opportunity to hear what the rest of the industry is experiencing as well as learn ways to combat challenging cases. We are all in this together!"

- Vikki Bany,  Manager, Frequent Flyer and Internet Investigations

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Why you should attend

  • You are an airline that wants to be part of this exclusive event tackling loyalty fraud prevention and bringing together major airline players to share best practices and coordinate efforts on frequent flyer programs fraud prevention.
  • You embrace progress and crave to share with your peers your vision on how to solve things better, faster and more efficiently.
  • You are looking for exclusive information to industry intelligence, latest developments and best practices.

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 A few thoughts from past attendees...

  • "The workshop is an excellent way for FFP investigators to learn about what the industry is experiencing through specific case studies, while offering a great opportunity to network for assistance."
  • "The workshop gives the chance to exchange experiences with other airlines within the community, a perfect way for us to find quick solutions to many of our problems."
  • "It is the best and most optimal way to network and share thoughts and ideas without any commercial interference."
  • "You can always get ideas and support from other airlines and IATA. It is a collective effort and very helpful for our daily work." 
  • "IATA's efforts in bringing the airlines' experts together to exchange intelligence and discuss solutions are to be commended."
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