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ARSA Symposium – First Set of FAA Speakers Announced

Now that the aviation world has turned its calendar to 2016, two FAA officials have ARSA’s Annual Repair Symposium on theirs.

Peggy Gilligan, associate administrator for aviation safety, and Tim Shaver, acting manager of the Aircraft Maintenance Division, have officially taken their places on the 2016 agenda. Don’t miss your chance for face time with agency leaders (more to come) and the opportunity to represent the maintenance community before your elected officials in Washington: Register today for both the 2016 Legislative Day and Annual Repair Symposium.

It’s one less thing on your January to-do list.

Directories.

Click for more information and to register.

arsa.org/symposium



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