Aircraft Electronics Association convention opens in Washington

WASHINGTON, 4 April 2012. The 55th annual Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) international convention and trade show is taking place this week in Washington, D.C., with roughly 1,500 avionics manufacturers, dealers, installers, and other general aviation professionals in attendance.

Highlights of the event proceedings include:

  • Regulatory, technical, and business management training and professional development
  • AEA's Fast Traks and technical training workshops approved for credit toward the AEA's Avionics Training Excellence Award, as well as accepted for FAA IA renewal and the AMT Awards Program
  • More than 110 exhibitors in the AEA Exhibit Hall
  • Show Specials
  • More than $100,000 in scholarships awarded to avionics and aviation maintenance students

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