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MARPA Conference Friday Schedule

Looking for the schedule for the MARPA Conference on Friday?  Here it is!

7:00am – 10:30am Registration in the main lobby; assistance and advice concerning post-conference airport transportation will be available
8:30am – 10:00am
Frederic Copigneaux, Deputy Certification Director, European Aviation Safety Agency Day Two Keynote: Europe and PMA
David Hempe, Manager – Aircraft Engineering Division (ACS), Federal Aviation Administration Challenging Regulatory Thinking
John Milewski, PMA Program Manager, Federal Aviation Administration Streamlined PMA, A New Paradigm for FAA Review of Non Safety Sensitive Projects
10:00am – 10:30am BREAK
10:30am – 12:30noon
MRO Panel: How Do MRO Priorities Affect PMA Purchasing?Moderated by Andy Shields of Wencor Joined by a panel of major MRO representatives, including:

  • Andrea Ferrenberg, Soundair Aviation Services
  • John Grimshaw, Triumph (Wellington)
Steve Jones, Lead Engineer, American Airlines Overcoming Impediments to Using PMA Parts
Air Carrier Panel: Ask Questions and Get Answers! Moderated by Steve Jones, Lead Engineer, American Airlines Joined by additional MARPA Air Carrier Members

  • Tom Komin, American Airlines
  • Daniel Ferry, US Airways
  • Ed Pozzi, United Airlines
  • Michael Rennick, Delta Airlines
  • Frank Tribble, American Eagle Airlines
  • Peter Requa, Southwest Airlines
RAFFLE! —- Must be present to win —-



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 Air Carrier Purchasing Conference, and the Modification and Replacement Parts Association. He also represents private clients drawn from the spectrum of the aviation industry.


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