ARSA RSS Feed ARSA LinkedIn
Ask ARSA Pay ARSA

ARSA SLC kicks off

ARSA’s annual invitation-only strategic leadership conference kicks off this week in Hamburg, Germany. Aviation maintenance leaders can look forward to strategic discussions on how to advance the industry.

This year the SLC is being held in conjunction with a celebration of the Lufthansa Technik 50th anniversary of its FAA part 145 repair station certificate.

On Thursday, Oct. 18, attendees will participate in a celebration of international cooperation with Lufthansa Technik with events underscoring the importance of the industry’s international character. On Friday, Oct. 19, ARSA will hold its SLC with an emphasis on improving the operational landscape for aviation maintenance.

Speakers include rock star Bruce Dickinson who, in addition to serving as vocalist for heavy metal band Iron Maiden, is a commercial pilot and recently launched his own aviation repair company in the United Kingdom, Cardiff Aviation. Dickinson will speak to the challenges and opportunities in the aviation maintenance industry and the factors that inspired his passion for aviation.

Joining Dickinson as headlining speakers are the Honorable Philip D. Murphy, U.S. Ambassador to Germany, who will highlight the impact of aviation on trade and international relations; and, via video, Acting FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, who will discuss advances in aviation technology, regulation, and safety.

For more information about the event, please contact ARSA Vice President of Operations Crystal Maguire at +1 703 739 9543 or Crystal Maguire or Lufthansa’s Anne Dharmaratne at +49 40 5070 65330 or anne.dharmaratne@lht.dlh.de.



More from ARSA

The Dispatch – Feb. 1 Edition

The Dispatch – ARSA’s open-subscription weekly newsletter – provides a central communication for key updates to the global aviation maintenance community. All member contacts, industry allies and subscribers should receive…Read More

Quick Question Explored – SMS Proposed Rule

In January, the FAA issued its long awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would update and expand the requirements for safety management systems. Despite the proposal’s (thankful) omission of…Read More

Industry Seeks Relief from Bilateral Parts Documentation Squeeze

On Jan. 31, ARSA coordinated submission of a letter to FAA and EASA executives seeking to correct misinterpretation of aircraft parts documentation requirements under the U.S./EU bilateral aviation safety agreement…Read More

Sponsor Salute

March 14-17, 2023 Arlington, Virginia and Washington, D.C. with Livestream Options for Online Participants Sponsors | Event Information | Registration | Hotel Reservations Thank you to the 19 organizations that have…Read More

SMS NPRM Issued Without Part 145

On Jan. 11, the FAA issued a long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would update and expand the requirements for safety management systems. The proposal’s applicability does not include…Read More
1 Vision Aviation
ARSA