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Lower Mekong Initiative Best Practices Exchange: AVIATION INFRASTRUCTURE - 2.17.2016
The U.S. Department of Commerce, in partnership with the Federal Aviation Administration, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and the U.S. Department of State, will be conducting “The Lower Mekong Initiative Best Practices Exchange – Aviation Infrastructure” at the Fairmont Hotel, Singapore.
The Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) is a U.S. government program created to enhance cooperation in the areas of environment, health, education, and infrastructure development. One challenge faced by the LMI is to move the issue of “Mekong Sustainability” from an abstract discussion to practical steps the region can take to meet development goals while strengthening sustainability. To accomplish this, the U.S. Commercial Service is organizing this program to help translate talk into action in the commercial aviation infrastructure industry.
2016 MARPA EMEA Conference - 5.23.2016 to 5.24.2016
Co-hosted by the Modification and Replacement Parts Association (MARPA) and the U.S. Department of Commerce
The International Trade Administration, in cooperation with the Modification and Replacement Parts Association, is co-hosting a conference in Madrid highlighting the advantages of Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) aircraft parts. Airlines and MRO shops in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa are invited to learn about strategies for saving money on maintenance costs AND improving reliability and safety. There will be networking opportunities for customers to meet U.S. PMA manufacturers face-to-face to learn how PMA parts can generate cost savings and reliability improvements for their operations.
For more details, including registration information, please review the conference flyer.
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