MRO Talent in the Middle East


Aviation Week and the Balamand Institute of Aeronautics are conducting a confidential survey to quantify the training needs and capacity for aviation maintenance technicians, engineers and specialists in the Middle East. 

The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and responses will be kept anonymous. We will jointly present the results at the MRO Middle East Conference & Exhibition in February 2014. The results also will appear in Aviation Week & Space Technology MRO Edition's Jan. 27 issue. 

Students and Educators

Maintenance Companies/HR Professionals/Related industries

If you would like the summarized survey results, please include your email. Thank you for your input! I really appreciate it.

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