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How 100,000 People Learned They Can’t Fly Without Us

In March 2015, ARSA unveiled “You Can’t Fly Without Us.” The seven-minute documentary was produced for use on public television and provided a general introduction to the world of aviation maintenance. Since its release, more than 100,000 viewers have access the film on YouTube and even more have been exposed to it through professional events, training sessions, job fairs and more.

If you haven’t yet joined that group, invest in viewing (and sharing) the documentary:

The association developed the video as a recruitment resource, an educational tool and a mechanism for advancing industry advocacy. Learn how your business can use it to help the world better understand aviation maintenance: Click here to get started or visit arsa.org/documentary.

AVMRO Education Portal

ARSA strives to provide resources to educate the general public about the work of the association’s member organizations; should you need to provide a quick reference or introductory overview to the global maintenance industry, please utilize AVMRO.ARSA.org.

Right to Use

ARSA grants a non-exclusive license to those who wish to use “You Can’t Fly Without Us” (“the work”) for the exclusive purpose of promoting the aviation maintenance industry, including the right to distribute copies of the work and to display the work publicly. ARSA reserves all remaining rights in the work.



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