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The Clock Is Ticking! There’s less than 30 days remaining before The 13th Aviation Law Symposium. What started out as a small, intimate gathering of aviation industry professionals, has turned into a large, intimate gathering of industry professionals. If you haven’t registered yet…get to it!
Breaking News! Kris Kringle, who holds a S9RI Rating (Sled/Nine Reindeer Certificate with Instrument Rating) has signed up for The Symposium! The clock is ticking and it looks like this may be the first year we have to cut off registration . . . so if you haven’t registered, do so.
Wow! The clock is ticking and The 2019 Aviation Symposium is rapidly approaching. Our opening panel will focus upon accidents/incidents/events outside the United States. Nimbus Airlines will (in all likelihood), shortly before the Symposium, experience an issue somewhere in the world. Our crystal ball tells us there will be serious injuries, possibly a fatality, a criminal investigation, language and cultural issues, time zone problems and more. So get ready for an energetic and thought provoking discussion/panel.
Register Here for the 13th Annual Aviation Symposium. In our 13th annual symposium this February, we will focus on, among other things, aviation accidents, incidents and events occurring outside the United States. Issues and areas to be considered, include: ICAO Annex 13 The role of your Company The role of the NTSB and the State Department Criminalization of your accident Getting the crew out of the country . . . or not? Family assistance challenges and a whole host of issues, problems and challenges you face when flying outside the United States. The preliminary agenda is being finalized and will …
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If you don’t know how to say “An Airplane Is Down . . . In a Foreign County” in Spanish, Farsi, Chinese or German, you must attend The 2019 LeClairRyan Aviation Symposium! In our 13th annual symposium, we will focus on, among other things, aviation accidents, incidents and events occurring outside the United States. Discussions will cover a whole host of issues, problems and challenges you face when flying outside the United States, including panels on recent changes in the Flight Standards Service of the FAA and what to expect in 2019; how to write reports involving accidents, incident or …
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