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Quick Question: Event Attendance

The world is growing more digital, but high-level aviation business still requires personal attendance.

Whether at major trade shows, local fly-ins, government meetings or industry symposia, members of the maintenance industry have to make careful decisions about how to invest their resources and time on event participation. For its part, ARSA provides a premier opportunity for face-to-face engagement at its Annual Conference each March.

Knowing where its members – and other professionals – choose to spend their time will help the association refine its own events, structure communications resources and best plan for its work throughout the year. Take a moment to describe where you plan to go in 2019:

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