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MacLeod Addresses AMROI

Recently, ARSA Executive Director Sarah MacLeod addressed attendees at Aviation MRO Indonesia 2013 in Jakarta. MacLeod provided the International Key Note Address titled “Strengthening Bilateral Cooperation in Aviation Safety and Maintenance Regulations” and also participated as a panelist during the “MRO Roundtable – How Can Indonesia’s MRO Industry Achieve World Class Standards and Keep Pace with the Expansion and Growth of the Country’s Airlines?”

In addition to presenting at AMROI 2013, MacLeod met with key Indonesian aviation officials to discuss aviation maintenance safety and economic matters as well as ways in which the U.S. MRO community can work more collaboratively with the Indonesian MRO community.

“This trip has been a fantastic educational and networking experience,” stated MacLeod. “Indonesia continues to expand its MRO presence. ARSA must be actively engaged with those companies that provide maintenance in Indonesia to ensure collaboration on safety and business matters with their counterparts here in the U.S.”
 



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