A4A Invites ARSA Members to NDT Forum

On Sept. 18, Airlines for America will convene its 2023 Non-Destructive Testing Forum in Denver Colorado. A4A is specifically focused on boosting repair station participation in the four-day event.

The A4A NDT Forum is a venue for airline professionals and service providers to discuss current issues related to NDT methodologies and advancements. The forum draws participants from a wide variety of sources, including equipment designers, technicians, vendors, regulatory authorities, and maintenance personnel in addition to airline leaders. The event features:

  • Technical presentations by leading NDT researchers and users.
  • Exhibition space showcasing new NDT technology.
  • Opportunity to earn ASNT Level III credit.

The forum will feature a panel discussion on maintenance issues. Presenters will explore topics including OEM/operator support, regulatory issues, standards, training, and emerging trends in the repair station environment.

For information and registration, visit



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