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Assembly 2010, October 14-16, 2010, Austin, Texas

On behalf of NASAA and your hosts, the Texas Commission on the Arts, thank you for your participation in Assembly 2010! Conference proceedings and other follow-up resources will be posted to our site shortly.


Pennybacker Bridge

ACVB photo/Dan Herron,

Travel Justification Tips

Due to ongoing government-wide travel restrictions, many state arts agencies are required to develop special justifications in order to secure approval to attend Assembly 2010. To assist you with this task, NASAA has issued an updated Travel Justification Tips document. This document outlines why your agency's participation in Assembly 2010 is essential and describes how your trip to Austin could benefit your state. Feel free to excerpt and adapt this material as needed when preparing your travel justifications and arranging your Austin trip.

NASAA can offer a variety of flexible options for processing registration and travel expenses. Contact Dennis Dewey for additional information.



NASAA generally offers meeting attendees prearranged group discounts with one official airline. However, because of fluctuations within the airline industry and the variety of low fares that are available on the Internet, we encourage you to search for competitive fares and select the one that best fits your budget.

A variety of airlines service Austin at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), including nonstop service to 37 destinations.

For added convenience to conference attendees, AUS offers an on-line flight guide featuring all connecting, direct and nonstop service to AUS as loaded by the Official Airline Guide (OAG).

Nonstop Service to 37 Destinations

  • Atlanta (Intl), GA - ATL
  • Baltimore/Washington (Intl), MD - BWI
  • Boston (Intl), MA - BOS
  • Branson, MO - BKG
  • Charlotte, NC - CLT
  • Chicago (Midway), IL - MDW
  • Chicago (O'Hare), IL - ORD
  • Cincinnati, OH - CVG
  • Dallas/Fort Worth (Intl), TX - DFW
  • Dallas (Love Field), TX - DAL
  • Denver (Denver International), CO - DEN
  • Detroit (Metro Wayne), MI - DTW
  • El Paso, TX - ELP
  • Ft. Lauderdale, FL - FLL
  • Harlingen, TX - HRL
  • Houston (Bush Intercontinental), TX - IAH
  • Houston (Hobby), TX - HOU
  • Las Vegas (Intl), NV - LAS
  • Long Beach, CA n LGB
  • Los Angeles (Intl), CA - LAX
  • Lubbock (P. Smith Intl), TX - LBB
  • Memphis, TN - MEM
  • Minneapolis/St. Paul (Intl), MN - MSP
  • Nashville (Intl), TN - BNA
  • New York (Kennedy), NY - JFK
  • New York/Newark (Liberty), NJ - EWR
  • Oakland, CA - OAK
  • Orlando (Intl), FL - MCO
  • Phoenix (Intl), AZ - PHX
  • Salt Lake City, UT - SLC
  • San Diego (Intl), CA - SAN
  • San Francisco (Intl), CA - SFO
  • San Jose, CA -SJC
  • Seattle, WA - SEA
  • St. Louis, MO - STL
  • Tampa (Intl), FL - TPA
  • Washington (Dulles Intl), DC - IAD

Additional nonstop airline information

Ground Transportation

Taxis, Limousines, and Shuttles

Rental Car Companies

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