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Event: Say “Aloha” to IA Renewal

Continual learning is a key component to aviation safety, regulatory compliance and professional development. A beautiful setting is an added bonus.

The Honolulu Aviation Mega Conference attracts maintenance professionals from throughout the Pacific region – including Japan, Guam, and Saipan. Attendees represent a broad range of maintenance interests including rotorcraft, airline, military and educational.

What:
Honolulu Aviation Mega Conference

When:
Thursday Jan. 15 and Friday Jan. 16, 2015
7:30 am to 4:30 pm each day

Where:
Honolulu International Airport
30 Rodgers Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96819
7th Floor of the Inter-Island Terminal (Hawaiian Airlines)

Registration:
No prior registration required
Conference is free to attendees

Contacts for Additional Information:
Merritte Wilson
808-837-8357
Merritte.h.wilson@faa.gov

Ed Lee
808-837-8382
Edwin.lee@faa.gov

Some Planned 2015 Presenters:

  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Airbus Helicopters
  • Turbomeca Engines
  • Bell Helicopter
  • Concord Batteries
  • Cleveland Wheel & Brakes
  • Dallas Airmotive
  • Lycoming Engines
  • Tempest Spark Plugs

To see more of what’s happening in the aviation world, visit ARSA’s events page and industry calendar.



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