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Don’t Forget the PMA Summit!

While the PMA community eagerly anticipates the 2011 MARPA Conference (October 12-14), don’t forget that the PMA Summit will take place three weeks after the MARPA Conference.

The PMA Summit is an Aviation Maintenance Magazine conference that is meant to bring information about Parts Manufacturer Approvals (PMAs) to European airlines and maintenance organizations.  It takes place in London on November 3-4, 2011.  Although the conference is being organized by Aviation Maintenance Magazine, MARPA is sponsoring the conference because of the important and positive messages that it will convey about PMA.  For Europeans who cannot make the three-day MARPA Conference in October, the PMA Summit in November represents another great opportunity to learn about PMA and how it can fit into your safety agenda.

PMA Summit sessions will explore the issues surrounding use of Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) and  Designated Engineering Representative (DER) repairs from a global perspective.

MARPA Members enjoy a special discounted rate on the two day registration of £495.00 GBP (as opposed to the full price which is £595.00 GBP).

More information about the PMA Summit is available from Aviation Maintenance Magazine – contact their publisher, Adrian Broadbent, directly by email sent to abroadbent@aerospace-media.com.

 

For more information about the MARPA 2011 Conference, go to MARPA’s website or send MARPA an email.  Wondering who is coming to the 2011 MARPA Conference?  You can see the early registration list (registrants as of September 11, 2011) online.

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About Jason Dickstein

Mr. Dickstein is the President of the Washington Aviation Group, a Washington, DC-based aviation law firm. He represents several aviation trade associations, including the Aviation Suppliers Association, the Aircraft Electronics Association, the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association and the Modification and Replacement Parts Association.

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