Virtual Maintenance Conference Kicks Off With Latest Regulatory Updates
The COVID-19 pandemic is not preventing business aviation operators from getting the latest maintenance-related information and enhancing their professional development. On May 4, NBAA launched its 2020 Virtual Maintenance Conference, a robust series of 11 weekly sessions that promise to be timely and educational, with industry experts sharing must-know information on business aircraft maintenance in an interactive format.
The conference kicked off with a keynote presentation from Jackie Black, division manager for the Aircraft Maintenance Division of FAA’s Office of Safety Standards. “The recent COVID challenges have redefined how we do business and changed a lot of our priorities,” said Black. “Some of the things we’ve learned over the last few months are going to be precedent setting and are going to change the way we do business henceforward.”
Maintenance directors and others who normally attend the annual Maintenance Conference are encouraged to register for the in-depth series of sessions provided by this virtual event. Participants can receive 0.25 credits toward Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) for each session, as well as credit towards FAA Inspection Authorization (IA) renewals. To learn more and register for NBAA's Virtual Maintenance Conference visit NBAA GO.