ARSA Survey Invite Sent

February is survey month for maintenance providers. The association encourages its members to respond to two important questionnaires gathering data about the industry:

ARSA Annual Member Survey

On Feb. 20, an invitation to complete ARSA’s member survey was sent to the email address of every primary contact. The message was subjected “Complete ARSA’s Member Survey” and was sent by Vice President of Operations Brett Levanto. Ensure the invitation makes it to your primary contact and gets the attention it deserves.

The association’s annual member survey gathers intelligence on issues facing the international maintenance community. Responses improve ARSA’s services and provide data to support advocacy on behalf of the global aviation industry. Please help by submitting…or stimulating your primary contact to submit on your company’s behalf. (If you don’t know who the primary contact is, or don’t think the invitation got through, we can help.)

Oliver Wyman’s MRO Survey

The global consulting firm’s partnership with ARSA produces the association’s annual market assessment. It’s survey team relies on the association to help produce broad response to its annual survey. It should take no more than 15 minutes and can be accessed from your mobile device or computer.

Responses are confidential and all information provided by participants will be reported in aggregate only. Participants are entitled to a summary of results and key findings. Questions about the survey may be directed to the research team at:

To complete Oliver Wyman’s MRO Survey, please visit

The 2024 Global Fleet & MRO Market Assessment, prepared by Oliver Wyman, will be unveiled in March during ARSA’s Annual Conference. Click here to register now.

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