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Identifying Available Resources to Enhance Air Service 81 · Convention and visitors bureaus, and tourism authorities understand the inbound business and leisure markets. · Hospitality industry consists of mainly hotels and restaurants. · Chambers of commerce are forums where local businesses can jointly provide guidance regarding their air service needs. Summary · ASD programs must be supported by adequate financial and human resources. · Financial support may be available from numerous sources, including airport operations budgets, the local business community, federal grants, state programs, and other area stake- holders. · In-kind contributions and other partnerships also can be valuable resources for ASD teams. · Successful ASD teams comprise a range of professionals who contribute specialized skills. These professionals may include in-house airport staff, consultants, or other local professionals. · Engaging an ASD consultant taps into a wealth of industry knowledge and contacts and helps focus ASD efforts. · A broad-based airport support task force can be extremely valuable in building support for-- and establishing the credibility of--ASD programs.