Just One Month Until The 2018 Aviation Symposium

Plans are finalized, and the clock is ticking louder and louder. There are only a few weeks left until our biggest and best Symposium yet. If you haven’t registered yet, please do so now.

In addition to focusing on working with first responders, including the fire department, police department, MEs, EMTs and others, we have panels on:

  • Dealing with the increasingly common issue of the disruptive passenger
  • Hurricanes, hacking, active shooters and other non-aviation aviation emergencies, including effectively using social media
  • Cuba a year later…boom or bust?
  • “I can hack your airplane…”
  • Airline lessons for corporate flight departments

And more!

Many of you have already registered – and we share this email as an agenda update to you. If you have not registered to date – please RSVP here.

For anyone who may have registered for this event prior to September 1, 2017 (before the transition to LeClairRyan): If you have not received a new confirmation from the team here at LeClairRyan – please reach out to Barbara Butler (contact info below) to confirm that we have your details secured.

The agenda is available here. Please understand that our agenda may change closer to the event, as we are committed to addressing the most current and newsworthy topics.

Symposium App

The Symposium App is almost ready, so be on the lookout for an introduction and downloading instructions. Along with the most current symposium agenda, registration list and panel list, you’ll also have access to our Aviation Emergency Response Manual, our highly acclaimed blog, Plane-ly Spoken, and our companion podcast, aptly named, Plane-ly Spoken. In addition, you’ll also have access to the full library of the Aviation Symposium Webinar Series, as well as the UAS Webinar Series.

If you have questions or concerns about the event please contact askaviation@leclairryan.com. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

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