Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
March 2-4, 2017
We're heading to central Florida for our 28th annual International Women in Aviation Conference! Join us at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort for all the energy, excitement, and networking the WAI conference is best known for—plus a little Disney magic!
You won't want to miss the keynote speakers, educational sessions, exhibit hall, scholarship awards, and good times with individuals from all areas of aviation. There's no better place to be inspired, share your enthusiasm, and connect with others who share your passion for the aviation industry.
Check out the special conference program section of the March / April 2017 issue of Aviation for Women to start your #WAI17 planning.
Conference Attire: Business or business casual attire is appropriate for most of the events at the WAI Conference. The closing banquet is semi-formal, business attire or military dress, and the tours are casual.
Student Sponsorship: Each year there are college students who need financial help to attend the Conference. Please sponsor a student for $190. Check the box on your registration and send in your donation with your registration fee.
Photograph Release: WAI representatives will take many digital photographs at numerous events throughout the conference. Through participation in WAI activities, all participants grant permission for their photos to appear in our website, any publication or display of the organization. Please contact our headquarters at 937-839-4647 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The 2017 Conference is approved as training for FAA employees. Managers may approve attendance and funding for the entire Conference. As with all training, approval is at the manager’s discretion and subject to operational demands, organizational priorities, and resource availability. See the attached memorandum [PDF] for details.
International Members: Unfortunately Women in Aviation International can no longer issue any letters of invitation to international conference attendees. We apologize for the inconvenience.