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Tue, Mar 19, 2024

2024 AEA Convention-TradeShow Is THIS Week--LIVE Streamed!

Aircraft Electronics Association Reminds Industry of What's on Tap

AEA Dallas 2024 is coming up soon, running from March 19th to the 22nd -- and the Aero-News network, in over 15 years of expert coverage, will bring you the very best of it LIVE at www.airborne-live.net

ANN LIVE Coverage of the 2024 AEA Convention and Trade Show Starts Tuesday, 03.19, at 0915ET With the New Product Introduction Session! LIVE Interview Segments Start at 1500ET, on Wednesday and 1200ET on Thursday!

Join Us At www.airborne-live.net!

This year, the industry is busier than ever, in full swing with a slate of new products from a long line of companies waiting to show off their shiniest new toys. Gogo Business Aviation, hot on a year full of competitive advancements against its upstart rivals, sponsors the New Product Introductions session, offering more than 25 companies a chance to get eyes on their stuff and we present it all to you LIVE. 

This year, all the banner brands from the avionics world will make an appearance, like Avidyne, Collins, Universal Avionics, and Genesys Aerosystems. But there will be more than a few from the electronics side too, like Laversab, Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics, Shadin, SmartSky Networks, Tri-Star Technologies, VIAVI Solutions, AvionTEq, Avionca, and Airtext making an appearance too. 

The opening session of the AEA New Product Introductions program will be live-streamed via Aero-News Network on Airborne Live, as shown below.

The AEA reminds attendees that online registration is easier, with tickets available on a per-day or full 4-day span. The full registration package includes all 4 days of technical training sessions, exhibit hall entrance for 2 full days with lunch, and networking at the 1st-nighter event hobnobbing with peers, distributors, and manufacturers. Single-day tickets are $290 each for members of the AEA, which climbs to $400 for non-members.

Things are filled throughout the week, offering more than 100 full hours of training courses covering everything from regulations, lighting, avionics upgrades, safety, accident prevention, user education, certifications, recordkeeping, tips & tricks, and a range of niche topics covering actual operations with specific avionics models. Attendees would do well to check beforehand and build out an efficient schedule - 4 days of show only offers so many time slots, and some class selections will have to take precedence over others.

FMI: www.aea.net, www.airborne-live.net

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