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Quick Question: “The Opening Salvo”

Each year during the symposium portion of ARSA’s Annual Conference, Managing Director & General Counsel Marshall S. Filler and Executive Director Sarah MacLeod moderate an “opening salvo” session on maintenance and certification issues. The discussions, which have evolved into a two-plus hour intensive exploration of all regulatory matters impacting the maintenance community, is the cornerstone of the symposium’s value to the repair station community: direct engagement with international aviation authorities.

Filler and MacLeod have once again confirmed participation from the FAA, EASA, ANAC and Transport Canada – the aviation world’s quadrilateral group will be represented with ARSA in the nation’s capital. Aviation professionals should be planning their attendance (click here to register and for accommodation information) and should take a moment to help the association prepare by providing insight:

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Click here to see what questions have been asked and answered…and keep a lookout for more.

For more information about this or any other question, contact Brett Levanto (brett.levanto@arsa.org).

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