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LHT Headlines Aviation Week’s 2017 Laureates Nominations

On Nov. 30, Aviation Week & Space Technology announced the nominees for its 60th annual Laureate Awards, honoring extraordinary achievements in the global aerospace arena. Thirty-three nominees were recognized across nine different categories, including ARSA member Lufthansa Technik for “pioneering innovations in MRO.”

The winners of the 2017 Laureate Awards will be announced and honored on March 2, 2017 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The award categories are civil aviation, defense, space, business aviation, technology, innovation, and new this year, MRO. In addition, Aviation Week will bestow awards for lifetime achievement and heroism as well as recognize cadets and midshipmen from U.S. military academies as “tomorrow’s leaders.” The publication will also host a “20 Twenties” luncheon in partnership with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics to recognize college and graduate students seeking degrees in STEM-related fields

To keep track of all the nominees and for more information about the Laureates, visit laureates.aviationweek.com. For more information on all Aviation Week events, visit events.aviationweek.com. On Twitter, follow @AvWeekEvents and @AviationWeek while keep track of the hashtag #AWLAUR.



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