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Dear Pama member,

I hope you are planning to attend the AVM Summit in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 21-22, 2013. PAMA is working closely with the event and you can see they have TWO very compelling tracks — one for Commercial MRO and the other geared at PAMA's core focus — that of Business Aviation. In fact I will be chairing the Biz Jet Track.

I am pleased to announce that PAMA has negotiated a special 20 percent off the published rates so REGISTER now via www.avm-summit.com/usa-booking and enter PAMA in the promo field to get the special discount.

I look forward to seeing you at the show so we can all learn from the program and generate some good contacts that should yield great business leads.

Regards,
Dale Forton




Airlines, pilots, aircraft makers look to ease FAA permitting backlog
Roll Call
Aircraft manufacturers, airlines and pilot groups are hoping congressional action will help speed up Federal Aviation Administration certification processes for aircraft, operators and repair stations, all severely backlogged as tight budgets have kept staffing thin.
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Government easing the way for disabled air passengers
The Associated Press via AviationPros.com
Disabled travelers should find it easier to access airline websites under a new set of rules the government issued recently. Airline website pages which have core travel information and services must be accessible to the disabled within two years, the Department of Transportation said, and all pages on airline websites must within three years be readily available to people with disabilities.
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BAE Systems to provide repairs, spares and aircraft electronics mods for Japan Airlines' commercial aircraft fleet
Avionics Intelligence
BAE Systems officials signed a comprehensive agreement with Japan Airlines to provide maintenance support for the carrier's commercial aircraft fleet for three years. BAE Systems will provide repairs, spares and modifications to the aircraft electronics of JAL's Boeing 737-800, 767 and 777 planes.
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Mission Aviation Fellowship selects Alta Data Technologies for avionics maintenance equipment
HispanicBusiness.com
Alta Data Technologies said that it has partnered with Mission Aviation Fellowship to help provide avionics maintenance equipment for MAF air transport services of medical supplies, disaster relief and community development to remote, isolated communities.
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Major US aircraft maintenance and logistics center chooses Moxa
Design World
One of the largest maintenance and logistics centers for U.S. government aircraft has selected Moxa as a supplier of serial bus communication components for their next generation of black box testing stations. Moxa will be supplying 200 NPort serial-to-Ethernet servers to connect the various testing devices to a PC for data recording, analysis and reporting.
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AMARG's new aircraft maintenance hangar
Arizona Daily Star
The aircraft "boneyard" at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is getting a massive new place to work on resurrecting old military planes. The U.S. Air Force 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group is building a massive new hangar at D-M in a $25 million project that includes supporting shops, storage and offices.
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Air India Dreamliner windshield cracks while landing in Melbourne, Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald
An Air India Dreamliner windshield cracked while landing in Australia, an airline official said recently, the latest in a string of mishaps the aircraft has suffered. The Delhi-Melbourne-Sydney-Delhi flight, carrying 74 passengers, developed a crack while landing in Melbourne, Air India spokesman Praveen Bhatnagar said.
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