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PAMA National Symposium call for speakers
PAMA
The PAMA National Symposium is in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 20 and 21, 2013 in conjunction with the AVM Summit USA.

The PAMA National Symposium looks to deliver highly informative discussions and speakers focusing towards the bizjet market. We are looking at fatigue issues, emerging technologies, Customer Service, Management training and SMS, to name a few. Although the committee is very open to suggestions.

If you have an interesting topic to talk about that would be of interest to the aviation maintenance community. You are encouraged to request speak at the PAMA National Symposium.
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West Coast Aviation Maintenance gets nod from JSSI
AINOnline
West Coast Aircraft Maintenance has been appointed a JSSI-approved maintenance facility. JSSI provides hourly cost maintenance programs for turbine-powered aircraft. Sales manager Alfredo Garcia told AIN, "We'll be supporting any JSSI customer with major and minor maintenance, AOG support, interior work and avionics support."
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Southwest may buy older planes to meet needs
AirWise
Southwest Airlines, which is poised to expand service in the next few years, is considering buying used aircraft to help meet its needs, an executive said. "We are trying to, with a combination of new and used aircraft, make sure that we have enough lift to fulfill our schedules," Brian Hirshman, senior vice president of technical operations, said in an interview at the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading conference.
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Boeing to consolidate flight training facilities in North America; Meets strategy of bringing training closer to customer operations
Avionics Intelligence
Boeing recently announced it is consolidating flight training capabilities in North America — including 787 flight and maintenance training — at the Boeing Flight Services training campus in Miami. The consolidation is part of a larger Commercial Airplanes focus on customer commitments, stepping up efforts to meet market demand for Boeing products, services and support as airplane delivery rates increase.
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Idaho: Documents show Boeing 787 battery fire was small but intense
Fire Engineering
Department of Transportation, The State of Idaho has issued the following press release: The smoking, hissing battery smoldering away inside the belly of the parked Boeing 787 in Boston had already injured one firefighter. The airport fire commander wanted it off that plane.
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Airbus picks Sabena technics to do C Check maintenance and repair on Beluga super transport aircraft fleet
Avionics Intelligence
Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul expert Sabena technics in Paris has won a five-year contract from aircraft designer Airbus in Toulouse, France, to perform C Check maintenance on the Airbus fleet of A300-600ST Beluga cargo jets. Contract details were not released.
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ATSG Airline subsidiaries complete merger
Avionics Intelligence
Air Transport Services Group, Inc. recently announced the completion of the merger of two of its airline subsidiaries, Air Transport International Inc. and Capital Cargo International Airlines, Inc. The merger creates a single airline, ATI, with its headquarters in Little Rock, Ark., its operations center in Wilmington, Ohio, and its management team led by ATI President Dennis Manibusan.
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