Travel Industry and Business leaders speak on Air
and Marine Tourism
Highways' public speakers, presenters and writers
group has included Newmakers, such as
(left) who have appeared as guest columnists in our
magazine or were mentioned in items we have
produced. We also thank the following who were on
our Speakers List at events our magazines have
sponsored. Those marked in red have provided us
with text and/or biographies. We invite others to
do the same.
Executive Director, Tourism Vancouver
Murray Atherton: Vice President, Great Canadian
Publisher Air Highways and Africa Travel
Former Mgr, Victoria Int'l Airport
Marketing Mgr, Vancouver Int'l Airport
Exec. Director, Vancouver Maritime Museum
Corporate Sales, Helijet Airlines
Director, BC Artificial Reef Assn
Vancouver Port Corporation
President, Int'l Commercial Centres.
President, Tourism BC
Sales Mgr, Korean Airlines
Mgr, Prince George Airport
Marketing, YVR Vancouver Int'l Airport
Owner, Ocean Cruise Guides
Marketing Mgr, Westjet Airlines.
Manager Austrian Tourist Office.
President BC Aviation Council
Sharon Lusch: Executive Director, Penticton
Past President of ICI Division
Vancouver Real Estate Board.
Mgr, Hong Kong Business Assn
Owner, Reo Rafting Adventures
Manager, Business Dev. Bank of Canada
Past President, BC Ferries
Exec. Director, Vancouver Board of Trade
Marketing, Vancouver Int'l Airport
COTA, Past Pres. BC & Yukon Hotels' Ass'n
On the original forum agenda but unable to attend
Regional Director General, Transport Canada.
Geoff Elliott: , Vice President, Air Canada
Director, Calgary Airport Authority.
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the Port of Vancouver
and photos by Ed Anderson
for Vancouver-Alaska cruises, Vancouver, British
Columbia welcomes more than 1,000,000 passengers at
its Canada Place and Ballantyne
Port of Vancouver offers Cruise customers:(1)
Modern, comfortable and safe cruise facilities near
both downtown and the airport.(2) Terminals that
accommodate the largest cruise ships afloat.(3) A
sailing time to Alaska that allows sufficient time
to enjoy an extensive Alaska
Port of Vancouver is comprised of 26 cargo and
other marine related terminals to provide a full
range of facilities and services to the
international shipping community. Most terminals
are centrally located in Vancouver's Burrard Inlet.