HARRISBURG, Pa. — The 36th Annual Pennsylvania Aviation and Aerospace conference begins on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, in King of Prussia.
The three-day conference and exhibition brings together the people, companies and innovations that generates $23.6 billion in annual economic impact for Pennsylvania, helps businesses of all sizes to be more productive and efficient, and provides emergency and humanitarian services to people in need, according to officials with the Aviation Council of Pennsylvania.
The conference, hosted by the Philadelphia International Airport, features a keynote address on Thursday with PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards.
Programming includes updates from the FAA and AOPA, Senate Aviation Caucus workgroups, engineering tracts and sessions which address the latest business opportunities, compliance and more. For session highlights, click here.
The Aviation Council of Pennsylvania (ACP) consists of airports, FBOs, flight schools, business aircraft operators, aerospace manufacturers and suppliers, air charter operators, and other aviation organizations and suppliers.