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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.

ALESTIS AEROSPACE


ALESTIS AEROSPACE is a provider of first level (Tier-1) aerostructures leader in engineering and manufacturing technologies of composite materials, which participates in the most important programs of the largest manufacturers in the industry such as Airbus, Boeing and Embraer are. The Group develops engineering projects, design, development, manufacturing and product support of complex aerostructures. ALESTIS AEROSPACE has 1500 employees in their workplaces located in Sevilla, Getafe, Puerto Real, Puerto de Santa María and Vitoria, which facilities Sao Jose dos Campos joined in Brazil. Additionally, MISSION To contribute to the success of our customers with the best products and services lifecycle of aerostructures through the most efficient and cost effective processes and generating value for our partners and employees.

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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...

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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.