March 9, 2022
Keeping the general aviation industry connected
Less than 3 weeks to AEA New Orleans
Register by Friday and save $100 per person
Advance registration is available online for the 65th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show, the largest gathering of general aviation avionics manufacturers, distributors and government-certified repair stations in the world. It is the place to be for the introduction of new avionics products and services coming to market in 2022. The event will take place at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, March 28-31, 2022.

Attendees must register by March 11 to receive the advance registration rate of $775 (AEA member rate), a savings of $100 for a full convention registration. The attendee full registration package includes: four days of seminars and technical training sessions; exhibit hall entrance for two full days with lunch; and networking with manufacturing and distributors.

Can’t be in New Orleans all four days of the show? Daily registration options are available for $260 per day for AEA members and $350 per day for non-members. More...
Health and Safety Update for AEA Convention
City of New Orleans lifts mask mandate
On Wednesday, March 2, the City of New Orleans lifted its indoor mask mandate. The city’s health director, Dr. Jennifer Avegno, made the announcement. Also, there is no proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test requirement to enter the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, visit the AEA exhibit hall or attend convention sessions.

However, the City of New Orleans currently requires proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours to access indoor dining, indoor fitness, and indoor entertainment spaces or performance spaces throughout the city. The AEA’s First-Nighter Event currently falls under this requirement. The city’s health department has stated that officials will reevaluate the need for the vaccine requirement or a negative test on March 20 and could lift it on March 21, one week prior to the start of the show.

Check out the AEA’s Health and Safety Preparation page for more information. This site will be updated as necessary when federal and local guidelines change, so check it often.
GAMA Reports Increase in Aircraft Shipments
On Feb. 23, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association released the 2021 General Aviation Aircraft Shipments and Billings Report during its annual State of the Industry Press Conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

Overall, when compared to 2020, all aircraft segments saw increases in shipments and preliminary aircraft deliveries were valued at $25.2 billion, an increase of 10.2%. Airplane shipments in 2021, when compared to 2020, saw piston airplane deliveries increase 5.5%, with 1,393 units; turboprop airplane deliveries increase 19.0%, with 527 units; and business jet deliveries increase 10.2%, with 710 units. The preliminary value of airplane deliveries for 2021 was $21.6 billion, an increase of approximately 7.6%.

Piston helicopter deliveries for 2021, when compared to 2020, saw an increase of 27.5%, with 181 units; and preliminary civil-commercial turbine helicopter increase 24.8%, with 645 units. The preliminary value of helicopter deliveries for 2021 was $3.7 billion, an increase of approximately 28.0%. More...
Ask the Industry
What are you looking forward to the most at this month's AEA Convention in New Orleans?
Select one option below.
Watching the New Product Introductions
More than 75 hours of technical training and professional development courses
Networking with more than 100 companies in the exhibit hall
Visiting with industry professionals at the AEA First-Nighter Event
Supporting the AEA Silent Auction to benefit student scholarships
Taking AET certification and endorsement exams for free
Inside Honeywell's New Anthem
Honeywell recently introduced its revolutionary, new, always-on, cloud-connected Anthem avionics suite. But it didn’t just appear out of thin air.

“When you look at the evolution of avionics, it’s a very long cycle of any true innovation,” explained Amol Motivala, vice president of integrated avionics for Honeywell Aerospace. “This (Anthem) is actually Honeywell’s sixth-generation cockpit system. The last was the popular EPIC, which was also designed from the ground up to offer new innovations into the cockpits of larger business aircraft.

“But EPIC was introduced in the early part of the century. And there’s been a tremendous amount of innovation in the consumer electronics industry over the past 20-plus years. Display quality, user interfaces, bandwidth, touchscreens, connectivity and reliability have all seen significant advancements.” More...
Tom Wood Aviation’s Busy, New Avionics Shop Sees Swift Success
In a northeastern suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana, Tom Wood Aviation operates a busy service center, providing aircraft maintenance, flight training, rentals, charter service and now – avionics. In 2019, after a 40-year career at Muncie Aviation, industry veteran Bill Roundtree joined Tom Wood Aviation to help create a full avionics shop. With the new capabilities, Tom Wood Aviation now offers operators the convenience of true one-stop aircraft maintenance.

In the months leading up to the shop’s launch, Roundtree and Lee Dwiggins, an A&P and IA, set out to acquire the equipment, tooling and authorized dealerships from Garmin, Avidyne, Genesys Aerosystems and other major avionics manufacturers. When they opened the schedule to avionics troubleshooting and installations, the two men were amazed at the reception from aircraft operators. Roundtree hired three more technicians and is looking to hire two to three more. More...
CCX Scores with Avionics Testing and Cybersecurity
CCX Technologies serves business and commercial aviation in two ways – with an innovative, all-purpose avionics testing device and with all-inclusive cybersecurity equipment and services. CCX’s multi-mode testing device is becoming popular at avionics repair shops in the United States. This year, it is being offered in Europe as well.

The Ottawa, Canada-based company developed the T-RX Avionics Tester, a portable tablet test unit with versions for radio or pulse testing or both. The tablet has a color 10.4-inch touchscreen and is capable of testing 16 different types of avionics equipment. This includes a tablet for radio testing of VOR, ILS and VHF comm or a tablet for pulse testing of transponder Mode A/C, S and ADS-B 1090 megahertz. More...
Industry Requests Extension of Comment Period for N8100.ODA
On March 3, the AEA and several other industry groups requested that the FAA extend the comment period for an additional 90 days from the March 10 deadline.

The organizations and companies requesting this extension represent a large cross-section of the aviation industry directly and significantly impacted by the changes contemplated by the Notice.
The policies and procedures contemplated by the draft Notice require careful consideration and coordination among a company’s human resources, ethic, and legal departments. Additionally, unionized workforce collaboration and coordination will be required to ensure proper review and implementation can be achieved. More...
AEA Convention Hotel and Airport Transportation Information
The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is the headquarters hotel for the AEA Convention. The deadline to make a hotel reservation in the AEA room block has expired, and the hotel is sold-out.

To search nearby hotels, click here.

Please note: The AEA does not work with any housing agencies to make hotel reservations on your behalf. We strongly suggest you work directly with the hotel when making your room reservations.

Need airport transportation? Round-trip services are available from Airport Shuttle. In order to book your discounted airport transportation, you must book at least 48 hours prior to your flight arrival time. The discount only applies to reservations made through the web portal.
A Conversation with Mari Byler of Byler Avionics
Based at Warden Airport in central Washington, Mari Byler is one of the few experts who maintain helicopters in the area. Kept busy by customers across the region, she tends to helicopters as well as small general aviation aircraft, including Pipers, Beechcraft and Cessnas. The helicopters are mainly working Robinsons, specifically R44 and R66 used for agricultural spraying, and the occasional Schweizer and Hiller.

Byler, an airframe and powerplant mechanic with inspection authorization, has nine years of experience in fixed-wing and rotorcraft maintenance and is also a helicopter pilot. Prior to aviation, she served in both the Norwegian Army and Air Force primarily as a technical officer and also as a maintenance officer and avionics/radio officer with training in light air defense, specifically the Robotsystem 70 and surface radar. More...
Podcast: VIAVI Solutions’ AVX-10K Delivers Multiple Functions, Wireless Convenience
With a history that dates back to 1923 (1968 for IFR), VIAVI Solutions’ Avionics Test group out of Wichita, Kansas, is a leader in design and manufacture of avionics test equipment. The company provides accurate, reliable and cost-effective test solutions for maintenance needs.

One of the company’s latest innovations is the AVX-10K for testing navigation, communications and surveillance gear – in and around the aircraft or on the test bench. Learn more from Guy Hill, director of avionics test products at VIAVI Solutions, along with Kerry Crawford, product manager of avionics test products, in this episode of AEA Amplified, sponsored by Genesys Aerosystems, a Moog Company. Listen...
Take the Avionics News Technical Training Exam
Are you up to the test?
The annual Avionics News Technical Training Exam is now available for avionics technicians and AEA members. By completing the exam, which covers regulatory and technical topics featured in the 2021 issues of Avionics News, technicians can get a head start on their FAA-accepted training. Individuals who complete the exam and score 85% or higher receive credit toward their repair station training program requirements, IA renewal, FAA AMT awards, and the AEA Avionics Training Excellence Award.

Access to the test takes place for AEA members through the AERO platform, which allows exams to be graded in real time, certificates to be downloaded instantly, and a record to be retained for each participant. Don’t have all 12 issues of Avionics News from the past year? No problem. They are all available in the digital archives right at your fingertips. To take the test, click here. More...
AEA Scholarship Applications Due April 1
Need some financial assistance with your education? The Aircraft Electronics Association Educational Foundation will award more than 20 scholarships for the 2022-23 school year to students pursuing a career in avionics or aircraft maintenance, as well as students from AEA member companies.

Since its inception, the AEA scholarship program has awarded more than $1.5 million in scholarships. The deadline to submit a scholarship application is April 1, 2022. More...
2021 GA and Part 135 Activity Survey Underway
FAA survey measures safety, determines funding, and informs the impact of aviation on the economy
The Federal Aviation Administration’s 44th annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey is now underway, reporting on calendar year 2021. The GA Survey is the only source of information on the general aviation fleet, the number of hours flown, and the ways people use general aviation aircraft.

Data from this survey are used by governmental agencies and industry to:
  • Compute safety metrics, such as fatal accidents rates. 
  • Understand the impact of the GA industry on jobs, economic output, and investments in aviation infrastructure. 
  • Track the success of safety initiatives, including avionics recommendations. 
  • Determine funding for infrastructure and service needs.
  • Assess the impact of regulatory changes.

The FAA and industry need accurate data on a broad range of aircraft. Participation is voluntary, and everyone who is contacted is encouraged to respond to the survey so that all aviation activity is represented. If you have questions, contact Tetra Tech at 800-826-1797 or email
Become a Certified Aircraft Electronics Technician
Prepare for the AET certification exam
If you are not quite ready to take the AET test, AEA has you covered.

Avotek, an AEA member and training partner, offers online courses to help avionics technicians prepare for the AET exam and is offering a member discount of 40% off.

The Fundamentals of Aircraft Electronics Part I - Electricity and Electronics and The Fundamentals of Aircraft Electronics Part II - Maintenance Practices and Aircraft Fundamentals are the essential guides to aircraft electronics associated with AET certification.

To access the coupon codes, you will need to be logged in to the AEA website. AEA members get 40% off each course with the coupon codes. More...
On the Radar: Upcoming Industry Events
International Women in Aviation Conference
Nashville, Tennessee
March 17-19, 2022
Don't miss the inspiring keynote speakers, professional development seminars, education sessions, exhibit hall, scholarship awards, and 2022 Pioneer Hall of Fame inductions. There's no better place to be inspired, share your enthusiasm, and connect with others who share your passion for the aviation industry. More...
AEA International Convention & Trade Show
New Orleans, Louisiana
March 28-31, 2022
Aviation's technology experts will convene for the 65th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show, the largest gathering of general aviation avionics manufacturers, distributors and government-certified repair stations in the world. Avionics professionals will have access to more than 100 hours of technical training and professional development courses. Advance registration is available. More...
NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference
San Diego, California
April 5-7, 2022
Learn current best practices and trends in scheduling and dispatching flights from industry experts through top-level education sessions that will help you work smarter, not harder in the year ahead. You’ll gather with colleagues and fellow attendees to celebrate recent wins and discover new opportunities for professional growth. You’ll also connect with companies exhibiting the latest and most high-tech equipment and services geared to make your job easier. More...
SUN 'n FUN Aerospace Expo
Lakeland, Florida
April 5-10, 2022
The SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo is Florida’s largest annual convention of any kind, and the second-largest air show in the world. Join over 225,000 aviation enthusiasts for six exciting days of cutting-edge technology exhibits, forums, workshops, career fairs, and breathtaking aerial displays by some of the best air show performers in the business. More...
Avionics Training and Professional Development Classes
Digital Databus Theory & Analysis (11 seats remain)
April 26, 2022
As today’s modern airplanes become much more technologically advanced, so must the professionals who maintain them. The advanced avionics and instrumentation systems used in these aircraft rely on various forms of digital databus communication. Understanding digital databus theory is becoming more and more important for avionics technicians, and even A&P mechanics, to effectively test and troubleshoot these highly advanced aircraft systems.
Basic Wiring & Avionics Installation (8 seats remain)
May 2-4, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for certificated repairmen, new avionics technicians, aviation maintenance technicians and recent graduates interested in improving or acquiring the skills necessary to perform avionics installations. This three-day seminar employs in-depth theory and hands-on lab exercises to immerse the attendee in the best practices used to plan, manage and install a general aviation avionics panel.
Basic Pitot-Static & Transponder Theory, Testing & Troubleshooting (11 seats remain)
May 5-6, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for entry-level avionics technicians or those looking for basic training on pitot-static and aircraft transponder systems. The two-day course covers the history and theory of operation of pitot-static instruments and transponders, as well as system setup, hands-on testing, and the troubleshooting skills necessary to perform FAR 91.411 and 91.413 checks.
Avionics Installation for Experimental Aircraft (10 seats remain)
May 11-13, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is targeted for the homebuilder or avionics technician who wants to learn about performing an avionics installation in an experimental aircraft. The class focuses on the Garmin G3X Touch system, and a simplified example harness is constructed as part of the hands-on portion of the class. While the G3X Touch system is the primary focus, the wiring principles and general guidance can be applied to any experimental avionics system. From the do-it-yourselfer to the avionics shop looking to carve a niche, this class has something for everyone.
ADS-B Configuration, Testing & Troubleshooting (12 seats remain)
May 18, 2022
This course is designed for currently employed repair station personnel and installers of ADS-B systems. Approximately 7% of all general aviation ADS-B installations are non-compliant based on the FAA’s ADS-B Performance Monitoring System. This course focuses on the proper configuration and testing of ADS-B installations to ensure your installation meets the performance requirements and regulations. Also included are troubleshooting tips and tricks that will help you resolve the common problems found in ADS-B installations.
AVX-10K & IFR6000/4000 Operations Training (13 seats remain)
May 19-20, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This day-and-a-half course is designed to provide maintenance personnel with the knowledge and skills required to operate and configure the AVX-10K Flight Line Test Set to verify and maintain transponder, UAT, TCAS, DME, ILS, VOR, Comms and ELT. It will provide understanding and working knowledge of IFR6000 and IFR4000 operations.
Certified Repair Station Training (14 seats remain)
July 18-22, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This weeklong course provides an interactive environment to learn, understand and implement the regulations that govern repair station design and operations. Current quality managers, technicians, mechanics, and repairmen who are involved in the management of a repair station as well as individuals looking to establish a 14 CFR Part 145 repair station should attend.
Avionics Testing Fundamentals (15 seats remain)
Sept. 12-13, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have experience with basic avionics installation practice, familiar with basic soldering skills and are looking for experience in LRU bench testing and avionics troubleshooting. Bench testing Nav, VHF comm and transponders will be the focus of study. Technicians will fabricate a general-purpose test panel that they will use in the course. Attendees will keep their fabricated test panel at course completion.
Transponder Service Training (15 seats remain)
Sept. 14, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have experience with basic avionics installation practice and are looking for experience in transponder LRU bench testing, transponder flight line testing and aircraft troubleshooting. ADS-B transponders systems will be the focus of study. Attendees will keep their fabricated wire harness at course completion.
NAV/COMM Equipment Service Training (15 seats remain)
Sept. 15, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
This course is designed for technicians who have experience with basic avionics installation practice and are looking for experience in avionics flight line testing, LRU bench testing and aircraft troubleshooting. VOR, localizer, glideslope, marker beacon and VHF comms will be the focus of study.
Pitot-Static, Transponder, and ADS-B: Testing & Inspection (15 seats remain)
Sept. 16, 2022
In-person course; Lee's Summit, Missouri
Attendees will learn the proper methods for conducting pitot-static and transponder tests and inspections. This full-day course offers hands-on training, including a regulatory review and an explanation of the proper administrative procedures for completing these critical certifications. With so many questions surrounding ADS-B, this course will provide the answers and what you need to know.
News from AEA Member Companies
FreeFlight Systems announced that its TERRAIN Series radar altimeters, designed to mitigate 5G interference, have completed the first round of formal testing with exceptional results, further proving that its design can coexist with C Band 5G networks. FreeFlight Systems also launched the RA-4500 Mark II (MK II) radar altimeter as an upgrade path for FreeFlight Systems RA-4000 and RA-4500 customers. The RA-4500 MK II upgrades existing RA-4000 and RA-4500 installation with a 5G mitigation solution.

Genesys Aerosystems, a Moog Inc. company, announced its new Genesys Control Panel for its current Genesys Digital Radio product line. The company also has started development of the fourth axis on the HeliSAS Autopilot and Stability Augmentation System, which brings Hover & Hold functionality as well as collective control to the HeliSAS product line. Genesys Aerosystems, with support from Metro Aviation, achieved FAA approval for the use of the Genesys HeliSAS autopilot configuration on the EC145e aircraft.

Carlisle Interconnect Technologies launched the Adjustable Keeper with Mounting Block as an upgrade to its NAS1637 Adjustable Keeper.

SKYTRAC Systems announced that Heli-SGI, an Indonesia-based company providing rotary and fixed-wing aviation services to the mining, tourism, and VIP sectors, will utilize SKYTRAC's Iridium Satcom terminals to enable mission-critical capabilities onboard its Bell 212 and Bell 412 helicopters. Also, Eclipse Global Connectivity and SKYTRAC Systems are teaming up to deliver Iridium Certus and legacy Iridium hardware and services to defense and civilian aircraft operators. 

KADEX Aero Supply has chosen PWI in Wichita, Kansas, to be a worldwide, in-stock distributor for the KADEX LED Wing Tip Light Assembly. KADEX’s LED Wing Tip Light Assembly is STC approved and designed for the Beechcraft King Air 350 aircraft.

Shadin Avionics will introduce the Embedded Control System Platform at the AEA Convention. Developed in partnership with ECE, the platform is a ruggedized, certified, and tested modular control system which can be off-the-shelf or customizable to meet project needs.

Duncan Aviation's engineering/certification and avionics installation teams in Battle Creek, Michigan, recently worked with Honeywell Aerospace, Turbojet Engineering, and Beck’s Hybrid to develop an STC to add Synthetic Vision System to a Honeywell flight deck on a Learjet 45 series aircraft. Duncan Aviation also announced a new four-part video series where Regional Avionics Sales Representative Michael Kussatz walks viewers through the complete process of installing the Garmin G5000 flight deck into a Citation Excel/XLS. Jesse Titterington has accepted the position of production manager of avionics install at the company’s facility in Provo, Utah.

West Star Aviation has been acquired by The Sterling Group, an operationally-focused middle market private equity firm from the previous investor Norwest Equity Partners, a leading middle market investment firm. It also promoted Jeff Yeager to landing gear senior team lead at the Grand Junction, Colorado, facility. Darin Perryman was named accessories and landing gear program manager.

Garmin received FAA STC for the GFC 600 autopilot in the Cessna 310R1. Additionally, Smart Rudder Bias is now certified for Cessna 310R aircraft equipped with the GFC 600 autopilot, further growing the list of compatible aircraft to offer this safety-enhancing technology. Garmin also announced an FAA STC for the GI 275 electronic flight instrument in Part 27 VFR helicopters is expected to be completed in March.

Astronics Corp. achieved fourth-quarter sales of $116.1 million and full-year sales of $444.9 million for 2021.

Carolina GSE announced a new manufacturing partnership with Barry Mounts (Hutchinson Aerospace). Carolina GSE will now stock and distribute a wide variety of aircraft engine mounts to solve aircraft shock, vibration and noise challenges.

uAvionix and CubePilot announced a partnership to allow the extensive CubePilot reseller network to sell the full George Autopilot Ecosystem and George integration kits for UAS directly to end-users. Also, uAvionix announced the Trade-Up to tailBeaconX Program for aircraft owners desiring to upgrade to a space-based Mode S 1090ES ADS-B transponder for mandate compliance and operating flights in 1090 MHz airspace. 

Aero Dynamix announced another aircraft model and STC added to its list of NVG certifications. The FAA issued STC# SR09926AC to ADI for the Sikorsky S-92 Night Vision Compatible Lighting System, which is comprised of internal avionics modifications and newly manufactured ELPs.

StandardAero signed a volume purchase agreement with Gogo for delivery of AVANCE L3 and L5 systems in March, opening up more availability for operators seeking installations. StandardAero also unveiled the industry’s first 4-axis autopilot available for retrofit on AS350 helicopters.

West Coast Aircraft Maintenance was presented the FAA's Gold Award of Excellence for participating in the FAA's aviation maintenance technician awards program.

VIH Aerospace received EASA and FAA approval for its H135 Left-Hand Vertical (Bubble) Reference Window.

Gogo Business Aviation’s AVANCE L3 connectivity system is being installed by PlaneSense Inc. across its fleet of Pilatus PC-12s. Gogo Business Aviation also received STC and PMA from the FAA for its 5G aircraft antenna.

Metro Aviation is partnering with Outerlink Global Solutions to provide another tool to address causes of fatal aviation accidents with the introduction of a first-of-its-kind onboard weather sensor system. The company is also celebrating its 40th year in business and delivered the first of two new EC145e aircraft to Flight For Life.

Outerlink Global Solutions announced the launch of the AXIS Command and Control platform, which will serve as a replacement for the Outerlink Console v2.4 with new feature enhancements, efficient dashboard tiles, online tutorials, and in-browser voice and text messaging. Also, Outerlink introduced a true broadband connection for helicopters in the form of a new product, Air IP. 

Appareo’s recently-certified AIRS-400 4K Ultra HD flight data recorder was chosen by Phoenix Heli-Flight with plans to upgrade the Flight Data Monitoring systems on its fleet of Airbus Helicopters aircraft.

Astronautics Corporation of America is relocating its manufacturing operations and FAA repair station from Milwaukee into a newly renovated, state-of-the-art, 80,000-square-foot facility in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. It also announced the launch of its AeroSync Mission (AEC115) connectivity solution and branding of its AeroSync connectivity product line.

Jet Aviation Australia sold five Bell 407GXi helicopters to Nautilus Aviation. As Bell’s independent representative for Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia, Jet Aviation Australia has also been commissioned to customize the five helicopters. Staggered redelivery will commence in late 2022. 

Blackhawk Aerospace signed a letter of intent to acquire controlling ownership of Recoil Aerospace, LLC, a designer and manufacturer of lightweight, carbon fiber composite wildland fire suppression tanks, aircraft aerostructures, and ballistically tolerant auxiliary fuel tanks for helicopters. This agreement allows Blackhawk to diversify into a growing marketplace while lending its manufacturing experience and capabilities to expand the market for Recoil’s products. 

Thoroughbred Aviation announced that Lee Brewster has joined the company as vice president effective March 1, 2022.

Texas Aerospace Technologies appointed Mike Opheim director of sales for the U.S. and Canada.

ALTO Aviation is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2022.

Precision Support Services has taken delivery of the 295th Guimbal Cabri G2 and plans to hand over the key fob to the new PNW private customer at HELI-EXPO.
AEA Jobs Board Offers Free Resume Posting
For individuals interested in pursuing professional opportunities in the avionics industry, the job listings page on the AEA website is your one-stop resource. The AEA jobs board provides informational links on how to get AET certified, an avionics technician job summary and wage review, along with scholarship opportunities within the industry. Search the AEA's job listings and see what's on your horizon. Free resume posting is available. Are you up to the challenge? More...
Are You Hiring? The AEA Works for You!
Is your business hiring? The AEA jobs board makes it easier for AEA members to find their next avionics technician, quality manager, inspector, sales representative or engineer.

AEA members may submit a free job posting after entering their username and password at Member companies that optionally choose to upgrade their job posting for a premium will have preferred online placement and also will be published in the next edition of Avionics News. For more information about premium job listings, contact Rachel Hill, AEA advertising executive, at
About the AEA
Founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than 40 countries, including government-certified international repair stations specializing in maintenance, repair and installation of avionics and electronic systems in general aviation aircraft. The AEA membership also includes manufacturers of avionics equipment, instrument repair facilities, instrument manufacturers, airframe manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, major distributors, engineers and educational institutions.
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