Airlines for America’s Engineering, Maintenance, and Materiel Council (EMMC) is accepting nominations for the 2024 Nuts & Bolts Awards. The awards, granted to an airline and non-airline recipient each year, begin in 1967 to recognize individuals making substantial contributions to the airline maintenance community.
Each nomination should include a one-page (or less) description of:
(1) The nominee’s individual contributions to the commercial airline industry in the engineering, maintenance, and materiel field, and
(2) The role the nominee played in industry activities with significant outcomes.
Nominations must be submitted by Dec. 15, delivered via email to Justin Madden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Nominations submitted by this date will then be forwarded to EMMC for the award selection process and notification of winners, who will receive their award at the 2024 MRO Americas conference in Chicago, IL and be honored at a luncheon with previous Nuts & Bolts award recipients, which include ARSA Executive Director Sarah MacLeod.
Click the image to view A4A’s nominations flyer.
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