Ninth National Indian Nations: Justice for Victims of Crime Conference

   

 

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Hotel and Airlines

Airline Travel

United Airlines is the official airline of the 9th National Indian Nations Conference. If you or your travel agent call Unitedís toll-free number (1-800-521-4041) to book your reservations, you will receive a 5% discount off the lowest applicable discount fare, including First Class or a 10% discount off full fare unrestricted coach fares, purchased 7 days in advance. An additional 5% discount will apply when tickets are purchased at least 30 days in advance of your travel date. Discounts also apply on United Express. Call Unitedís Specialized Meeting Reservations Center at 1-800-521-4041 to obtain the best fares and schedule information. Make sure you refer to Meeting ID Number 523AH. Dedicated reservation agents are on duty 7 days a week from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm EST.

American Airlines is also offering conference participants special rates which allow you a 5% discount off American's published round-trip fares within the continental U.S., Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. By purchasing your ticket 30 days or more prior to your departure date, you can receive an additional 5% bonus discount. Special round-trip Zone Fares are also available for savings on midweek travel to the meeting. To take advantage of these discounts, Call American Airline's Meeting Network© Reservations Meeting Services Desk at 1-800-433-1790, or have your travel agent call American Airline's toll-free number to obtain these same advantages for you. Refer to STARfile authorization number 21D4AM.

Car Rental

Avis Rent A Car is offering conference participants special rates available December 2-18, 2004. Call Avis directly at 1-800-331-1600, and use Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) Number D086716.

Airport Locations

Palm Springs International Airport is less than 2 miles from the Wyndham Palm Springs Hotel, the Hilton Palm Springs Hotel, and the Agua Caliente Tribe's Spa Hotel. Ontario International Airport is 70 miles from Palm Springs and is the closest of all Los Angeles area airports for conference attendees who cannot fly directly into Palm Springs. Conference attendees arriving by way of Ontario International Airport and driving to conference hotels in Palm Springs can find Driving Instructions Here.

Transportation from the Airports

Palm Springs International Airport maintains a service desk, located inside the terminal near baggage claim, to assist the traveling public with transportation needs and questions. Conference attendees can access free hotel shuttle service by using the airport courtesy phones in the airport baggage claim area. The Ground Transportation Service Desk is open and manned seven days a week with assistance available from 8:00 am until 9:00 pm. The GTO desk may be reached by telephone at 1-760-318-3830, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Guests can access free hotel shuttles by using the airport courtesy phones in the baggage claim area.

 

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