ADA 2014 registration open; travel discounts available
May 05, 2014
Registration for ADA 2014—America's Dental Meeting in San Antonio opened May 1 at ADA.org/meeting
Airline, ground and hotel discounts for the Oct. 9-14 meeting are listed on the website under Travel.
ADA 2014 will feature more than 300 continuing education courses including seven hands-on cadaver workshops at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, pre-session CE options, more than 550 exhibitors in the ADA Exhibit Hall, the second ADA Mission of Mercy charitable dental event Oct. 12, special events, networking opportunities and the annual House of Delegates meeting.
For details, order a free copy of the print Preliminary Program in the ADA Store or go to ADA.org/meeting (click on the Continuing Education tab) to download a PDF. Also available is an online schedule builder, eventScribe.
Travelers are encouraged to book flights to San Antonio as early as possible, as flights are limited. Make your travel reservations with the ADA to guarantee your preferred flights and hotel at the lowest price.
ADA's official travel partner Gant Travel will assist with booking on all airlines servicing San Antonio International Airport (SAT).
Online travel reservations can be made 24/7 at Gant Travel's exclusive site for the ADA: http://nuada04.nutravel.com/; email: email@example.com
; phone: 1-877-924-0306 (U.S. only) or 1-224-205-4734. The Gant Travel Desk is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Central Time. Visit the Travel section of ADA.org/meeting
for more information including applicable fees.
Go Airport Shuttle will provide shuttle service to all San Antonio hotels that are in the official ADA block. If traveling to a downtown hotel, you can purchase tickets in advance at ADA.org/meeting or print a coupon to purchase tickets at the airport by the baggage claim area. The discounted round-trip rate from San Antonio International Airport is $32.50 per person to any downtown hotel and $55 per person to other official ADA hotels outside of the downtown area.
Two to six people ride for the price of one in taxis. Fares, not including tips, to the downtown business district from the airport are about $25.