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With less than two weeks to go until Aviation Week’s MRO Europe Conference & Exhibition, I sense a great flurry amongst many of you.

British Airways is busy taking new aircraft deliveries, and is on the steering committee of the European Airlines Loan Borrow Forum, which just wrapped up.  Lufthansa Technik, Air France and Aviation Concepts also participated in the forum and were members of that steering committee.

The IATA Maintenance Cost Conference is taking place Sept. 11-13 in Dublin. MRO Middle East editorial advisory board member Tiyor Kalimat of Royal Jordanian Airlines leads this conference

The Helitech International event takes place in London at the same time and venue as MRO Europe.

People are traveling and busy with the demands of their day jobs--but meeting face to face--exchanging ideas--finding solutions--is priceless, as Mastercard would say. I agree.

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