National Business Aviation Association - 2015 NBAA Maintenance Management Conference (MMC)

Date
2015-05-05 - 2015-05-07
Exhibitors
75
Attendees
8000
Event contact title
To exhibit:
Event contact first name
Dina
Event contact last name
Green
Email
dgreen@nbaa.org
Event contact telephone number
(202) 783-9000
Fax
(202) 331-8364
Description

The 2015 NBAA Maintenance Management Conference (MMC2015) in Portland, OR, brings together high-caliber educational programming, networking to provide relationships that last throughout your career, and a dynamic exhibit hall specializing in product and service providers for business aircraft maintenance, service and support.

Join your peers – the leaders and rising stars who are responsible for managing aircraft maintenance – for this important industry event. Directors of maintenance, flight department managers, maintenance technicians, aircraft owners/operators, and chief pilots return year after year for valuable professional development and to get critical business done.

MMC2015 provides the perfect opportunity to:

  • Showcase your latest equipment, products and services
  • Reinforce existing customer relationships
  • Market to potential customers and reinforce existing customer relationships
  • Network with industry peers
  • Keep up with regulatory changes and industry best practices
  • Assist with industry and career outreach initiatives such as TRACS
  • And many more business development opportunities!
Attendee information

Directors of maintenance, flight department managers, maintenance technicians, aircraft owners/operators, and chief pilots will be attending.

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Las Vegas is the place for business and has the perfect space to accommodate even the largest of assemblies. Three of the country’s 10 largest convention venues are in Las Vegas, all part of more than 11 million square feet of exhibit space throughout the city.