25–29 June 2018
Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia

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Accommodations

AIAA Aviation Forum Location:

Hyatt Regency Atlanta
265 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303 
+1 404.577.1234

Feel good about staying at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta with their Property Sustainability Efforts. Some of these efforts include: solar thermals that provide heat for water use, an on-property rain harvesting system that supplements water in a cooling tower, a rooftop bee garden with more than 65,000 honey bees, a rooftop herb and vegetable garden, and a 2,784 square foot hydroponic greenhouse that will be used in the future to harvest products for the hotel menu. The Hyatt Regency Atlanta is the proud recipient of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce E3 Sustainability Award (2017) and is a City of Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge participant.

  • To reserve a single or double room at the conference rate of $189 + tax, or a crown suite at the conference rate of $264 + tax, please click here. Price available until block is filled. Please note: Room block is sold out 24, 27, 28 & 29 June; all other days are still available to book at the hotel.
                                                                                
  • U.S. Government Employees: The government rate of $148 + tax for a double, or a crown suite for $223 + tax, is available until the block is filled. This rate is for federal government employees carrying a current government employee ID only.  A government issued ID such as a driver’s license is not sufficient and will delay your check-in and possibly leave you without a room as rooms at the group rate are limited.  Don’t risk it and verify your credentials. To book a room, click herePlease note: Room block is sold out 24, 27, 28 & 29 June; all other days are still available to book at the hotel.

Please note: Discounted hotel rooms can be booked  here for 27 & 28 June at the attached Marriott Marquis.

Transportation

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Parking

    Valet Parking
  • Overnight Guest: $40
  • First Hour: $15
  • One to Two Hours: $20
  • Two to Four Hours: $24
  • Four to Six Hours: $30
  • Six to Twenty-Four Hours: $40
    Self-Parking

    There is no self-parking on-site. One block from the hotel, 31 Baker Street NE, is a covered parking garage. Rates apply. 

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    We recommend reserving parking in advance with SpotHero, a parking reservation service that connects drivers to discounted, convenient parking! Visit the official AIAA Aviation Forum and Exposition Parking Page to find and reserve convenient parking with rates up to 50% off drive-up. Book now and your space at the chosen facility is 100% guaranteed. 

Don't Forget To Pack: STEM Supplies

Each school year,  Hands On Atlanta’s Discovery program works with Title I public schools and volunteers to bring structured enrichment activities to nearly 800 students per month throughout the school year. They partner with  Kids Interested in Technology, Engineering and Science (KITES), Inc. so students can participate in activities teaching concepts ranging from computer science to molecular biology to renewable energy. At the 2018 AIAA AVIATION Forum, we will collect household items to support their STEM experiments. Please consider bringing the following items to donate: Cups, bowls, shaving cream, tonic water, contact solution, baking soda, straws, pipe cleaners, playdoh, yarn, popsicle sticks, STEM related reading books, freezer bags, brown paper bags, food coloring, tape, and aluminum foil.

Things To Do

Each time you watch CNN on television or buy a Coca-Cola, you experience Atlanta. But there’s nothing like being there!

  1. Georgia Aquarium
    Georgia Aquarium is an entertaining, intriguing and educational experience for guests of all ages. While promoting a fun and enjoyable learning experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests a new appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity. Attendees of the forum can save $10 a ticket by purchasing your tickets in advance  here.
  2. Delta Flight Museum 
    Located at Delta's Atlanta headquarters, the newly renovated Delta Flight Museum offers a one-of-a-kind experience. It features interactive exhibits and rare artifacts, cutting-edge technology and an innovative focus on the future of aviation.
  3. World of Coca-Cola
    Head to the World of Coca-Cola where the famous soft drink’s story is told through exhibits, a 4-D theater and a fully-functioning bottling station. Taste more than 100 Coca-Cola products from around the world.
  4. Inside CNN Studio Tour 
    Journey behind the scenes of “The Worldwide Leader in News” to see how a news broadcast is put together and aired. Inside CNN Studios offers an exclusive look at the headquarters of one of the largest and most venerable news organizations in the world.

Other Resources

  • Savings in the City (SITC) Card
    Enjoy exclusive deals during your time in Atlanta. Find discounts on attractions, entertainment, nightlife, restaurants, tours, transportation and much more!

  • Atlanta CityPASS
    Save more than 40% off the Atlanta CityPASS booklet. Receive admission tickets to Atlanta's 5 must-see-attractions.

  • Only in Atlanta
    For those of you who have extra time in the city, check out this itinerary and plan out your day.

About Atlanta

A city with southern charm and world-class sophistication, Atlanta is considered a top place for business and the primary transportation hub of the Southeastern United States. Georgia is home to more than 500 aerospace companies and a workforce of 99,000+, and the state benefits from a diverse industry across the sectors of manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and transportation.



Be wary of hotel reservation scams:

AIAA conference and forums have recently become the target of wholesaler companies trying to sell rooms for our events. If you receive a phone call offering to make your reservation and take credit card information over the phone or via email, we highly recommend that you do not use their services. You run the risk of arriving at the hotel and not having a reservation, or being unable to modify or cancel your reservation, and possibly compromising your credit card details.  AIAA does not contract with any company to serve as our representative, room block representative or housing company. It is recommended that AIAA attendees follow the suggested channels for booking accommodation within the conference block by following the instructions on this page. If you receive solicitations from other companies, please forward them to AIAA

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