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Hangar Operations: Resourcing & Planning Summit 2016


$200 Additional Discount For FlightGlobal Subscribers Use Discount Code FG200 At The Checkout...
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30 August 2016
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Hangar Operations: Resourcing and Planning Summit 2016
October 26 - 27 | Loudermilk Center, Atlanta

$200 Additional Discount For FlightGlobal Subscribers Use Discount Code FG200 At The Checkout Before September 2

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Airline maintenance professionals will be gathering in Atlanta in October to discuss effective resource optimization and maintenance planning at Hangar Operations: Planning & Resourcing Summit 2016 (October 26-27, Atlanta, GA)

This is the only airline-led summit focused specifically on driving efficient, flexible hangar-based operations to streamline maintenance scheduling and reduce aircraft downtime.

As a subscriber to FlightGlobal, we would like to offer you a $200 discount to attend this event. Please use discount code FG200 to claim this discount before Friday, September 2, which, along with the early registration discount, will give you a total $400 off the standard price.

Register today to meet airline maintenance experts from companies including United Airlines, Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Air France-KLM and more who will present case studies on:
  • Resource Planning & Management
  • Technology-Driven Planning
  • Equipment Access Practices
  • Workforce Productivity
  • Supply-Chain Systems
  • Hangar-Equipment Positioning
  • Stakeholder Collaboration
The expert speaker line-up includes:
  • Lee Butterfield, Head of Technical Operations, Virgin Airlines
  • Harmen Lanser, Director Component Product Development, Air France-KLM
  • Chris Markou, Head, Operational Cost Management, IATA
  • Eri Hokora, Program Manager, Delta Air Lines
  • Boris Roghoff, Director of Maintenance, JetBlue Airlines
  • Terry Green, Aircraft Maintenance Program Manager, United Airlines
  • Jennifer Holland, Sr. Project Manager - Hangar Demand Planning, Delta Air Lines
  • Forrest Hinkle, Sr. Manager, Project Planning & Project Management, United Airlines
  • Robert DeGrie, Director of Technical Services, CommutAir
  • Harley Moulder, Sr. Analyst Long-Range Maintenance Planner, Southwest Airlines
  • Aaron Ruhl, Director of Strategic Planning, American Airlines
  • John Brutlag, Director of Aircraft Standards, Southwest Airlines
  • Jason Pratt, Field Planner - Line & Base Maintenance, United Airlines
  • Angel Riveria, Aircraft Maintenance Management, Express Jet
  • Clive Edwards, Director of Airframe Maintenance, Air Canada
Take a look at our program for full session details.

Register Now - Save Up To $400 Before September 2

Don't miss out on the most comprehensive agenda in the industry for optimizing hangar-based operations. Register today and use discount code FG200 at the checkout.

Bringing a team of 5 or more?
Save up to 20% with a group discount
(one discount per registration applies)
Group of 3 - Save 10% - Discount code GROUP3
Group of 4 - Save 15% - Discount code GROUP4
Group of 5+ - Save 20% - Discount code GROUP5

Unable to attend due to time or cost? Take a look at our Live Streaming Package which includes access to all post event videos, and ask questions to the speakers. See here for more information.

Very much look forward to seeing you there.

Kind Regards,

Jane Thomas
American Business Conferences
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