#MROE Advance Work

The MRO Europe buzz is building, as evidenced by social media and phone call/email activity today.

Companies such as AELS, Sil-Mil Ltd, AeroWorx, SITA, Rusada, Nayak, GE and TES Aviation are actively using the MRO Europe hashtag #MROE today. Nice to see you on Twitter! 

I've had 5 people contact me today asking if it's too late to register for MRO Europe. It's not--so come! Here's the registration link: http://events.aviationweek.com/current/meu/register.htm

Also, a few people have asked about exhibitor set up hours. If you have any questions, here's a handy link: http://events.aviationweek.com/current/meu/resource.htm

Here's a link to the conference, which features tracks on airline operations, composites/materials, engineering & maintenance, leasing/financing, propulsion, supply chain logistics, and technology. http://events.aviationweek.com/current/meu/agenda.htm

Here's a list of exhibitors so you can visit next week: http://events.aviationweek.com/current/meu/exhibitors.htm

Our editorial team will be covering the event live--so monitor www.aviationweek.com/mro for the latest!

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