Global Connected Aircraft Summit: June 6-8, 2016

Global Connected Aircraft Summit: June 6-8, 2016
Los Angeles, CA

The Global Connected Aircraft Summit will bring together companies from all across the industry to assess some of the early market lessons, potential demand, and best practices. In this two-day summit, Avionics and Via Satellite magazines will bring together panels on topics ranging from airline business models and cockpit improvements, to satellite bandwidth and alternative industry perspectives.

Rotorcraft Technology Summit: September 19-20, 2016

September 19-20, 2016
Fort Worth, Texas

The Rotorcraft Technology Summit is designed specifically to identify and explain new and developing innovations that can help leaders in this industry achieve business and operational goals—whether they run a commercial helicopter outfit, public agency aviation section, rotorcraft and engine manufacturer, equipment supplier or maintenance, repair and overhaul facility.

This year's day-and-a-half event builds on 2015's Rotorcraft Certification Summit, which Rotor & Wing International hosted last October to give industry leaders the opportunity to examine certification hurdles that impede the development and field of new aircraft and products.

This year’s Rotorcraft Technology Summit will leverage Rotor & Wing International’s decades-long heritage of serving as the leader in providing business intelligence for rotorcraft management throughout the world. As the most authoritative publication in rotorcraft, we will draw on the knowhow and experience of our staff and contributing writers to present an event that gives attendees information they need to enhance their businesses and operations.



Avionics for NextGen 2016: September 28-29, 2016

September 28-29, 2016
Washington, DC - Dulles

Now that the FAA is completing the foundational aspects of NextGen, the agency is working with the aviation industry to deploy more immediate benefits and capabilities produced by Air Traffic Management modernization for commercial and charter airlines and the flying public.

Avionics for NextGen 2016 will bring together key industry stakeholders, including airlines, pilots, air traffic controllers and avionics manufacturers, to discuss their experiences, challenges and solutions with the implementation of these new technologies.


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