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EVENTS

Rotorcraft Structures Workshop 2019
ROTORCRAFT STRUCTURES WORKSHOP 2019
February 19-20, 2019
The workshop is an interactive forum to discuss Rotorcraft (CS-27, CS-29, CS-VLR) Structures topics between EASA, National Authorities, and STC and TC Applicants. Structural requirements and Acceptable Means of Compliance including EASA policies and Certification Memorandum related to Materials, Pro...

Think future 19
THINK FUTURE 19
February 21-22, 2019
To inform your digital transformation agenda, to learn & get insight you have not yet heard elsewhere. To get to know partners who can make a difference. We are passionate about bringing innovation & change to the industry to be ready for the digital age. Independent, personal, authentic.

Aerowing


Our team is comprised of experienced aerospace engineers and maintainers. We are airplane people, and our culture and passion is to continually partner with the aircraft industry to improve the way that aircraft production and maintenance is carried out. Our goal is to create modern, user friendly equipment that help reduce aircraft downtime, reduce cost and increase aircraft availability. Aerowing has created a leading edge process to reduce the overall time it takes to accomplish a fuel leak repair. Using Aerowing technology a leaking aircraft can be ready to fly again, in 12 hours or less.

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EVENTS

Rotorcraft Structures Workshop 2019
ROTORCRAFT STRUCTURES WORKSHOP 2019
February 19-20, 2019
The workshop is an interactive forum to discuss Rotorcraft (CS-27, CS-29, CS-VLR) Structures topics between EASA, National Authorities, and STC and TC Applicants. Structural requirements and Acceptable Means of Compliance including EASA policies and Certification Memorandum related to Materials, Pro...

Think future 19
THINK FUTURE 19
February 21-22, 2019
To inform your digital transformation agenda, to learn & get insight you have not yet heard elsewhere. To get to know partners who can make a difference. We are passionate about bringing innovation & change to the industry to be ready for the digital age. Independent, personal, authentic.