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Increasing Value Through Proper Asset Management
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) hosts the 25th Annual Maintenance Management Conference – Increasing Value through Proper Asset Management April 6-8, 2010, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina in San Diego, California.
The Maintenance Management Conference is business aviation’s single dedicated venue for individuals responsible for managing the maintenance function, from managing personnel to aircraft maintenance management and facility management. Join NBAA to celebrate the 25th anniversary of this essential event for aviation professionals and managers.
The Conference provides NBAA Associate Members an opportunity to meet individuals from various sized corporate flight departments throughout the world who are directly responsible for the maintenance of aircraft.
This Conference provides an opportunity to meet individuals from various sized corporate flight departments throughout the world who are directly responsible for the maintenance of aircraft. Learn more.
Review the schedule of events for the conference, including the complete list of sessions. Review the agenda.
Companies increase their visibility by becoming official Maintenance Management Conference sponsors. Continue.
Review the list of conference exhibitors. Learn more.
Companies and individuals are encouraged to make donations to the Silent Auction to benefit NBAA Charities Technical Rewards Aviation Careers Scholarship (TRACS). Continue.
Learn more about the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina and San Diego, California. More.
Useful information about NBAA’s Professional Development Program (PDP) Courses, the Maintenance Management Conference Golf Tournament and more. Continue.
View presentations and listen to podcasts from the 25th Annual Maintenance Management Conference.Learn More.
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