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MARPA Conference Discounts End This Friday!

The 2015 MARPA Conference is a must-attend event, and time is running our to register at the discounted rate!

Your customers have already registered – the MARPA Conference has a higher air-carrier-to-manufacturer rate than any other conference.  Hear directly from your customers what they think about PMA, and how you can work with them to better your partnerships.  Erick Yep from Copa Airlines will be presenting the workshop “How Does An Air Carrier Approve A PMA?”, and MARPA Air Carrier Committee Chairman Mike Rennick from Delta Air Lines will be delivering a can’t-miss presentation titled “PMA Savings, Safety, and Reliability: An Air Carrier Testimonial”.

Have you been wondering what you can do to improve your relationship with the FAA?  Carol Giles will bring her more than 35 years of experience to you when she presents “Managing Your Relationship With the FAA – Strategies for Working Together”.  The FAA often attends the MARPA Conference to announce regulatory updates and changes that will impact your business, and this year is no exception.  Learn more and have the chance to ask questions about the upcoming revisions to Order 8120.22 directly from FAA Aviation Safety Inspector Angelia Collier.  Presentations are on the agenda to be delivered by David Hempe; AIR-2, and Robert Sprayberrry; the aerospace engineer primarily responsible for the FAA’s national PMA policy.

Click here to view the 2015 MARPA Conference agenda, and don’t forget to register and to book your room at the Renaissance Las Vegas before time runs out!

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