AMC and MMC Conference Slated for April 29-May 02, 2019, in Prague, Czech Republic – Event will Feature Discussions on Aircraft Avionics and Mechanical Components

The Avionics Maintenance Conference (AMC) and Mechanical Maintenance Conference (MMC) will be held April 29-May 02, 2019, at the Hilton Prague in the Czech Republic.
The event is expected to attract more than 650 technical and management professionals from more than 30 countries, representing 30 airlines, 5 airframe manufacturers, and more than 170 suppliers.
AMC & MMC is the foremost platform for the aircraft avionics and mechanical components  industry to learn, problem solve, and source new information, products, technologies, and services at one distinctive annual event.
The objectives of AMC & MMC are to promote reliability and reduce operating and life-cycle costs of air transport components by improving maintenance and support techniques through the exchange of technical information. In addition, attendees will:
  • Keep up-to-date with the latest issues, challenges, and discussions in air transport components
  • Gain insight into technical discussions and approaches for ideas and practical solutions
  • Meet and problem solve with colleagues, peers, and experienced professionals from the air transport industry
  • Develop and forge relationships with potential airlines/suppliers/customers
  • Develop standards
The AMC & MMC agenda include the discussion items submitted by airlines and will feature top technical speakers. Technical symposium topics include:
  • Big Data in Aviation
  • Security
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For additional questions, please contact Sam Buckwalter, AMC Executive Secretary and Program Director, at
The AMC & MMC Conference holds many opportunities for expanding customer interaction by utilizing the conference to promote a company’s brand. This opportunities to host an exhibit throughout the conference, host a hospitality suite, as well as additional opportunities for promoting your brand through sponsoring events such as a coffee break and/or lunch. The Mobile App – Organization Highlight is an excellent way to get your company information in the hands of the meeting attendees before, during and after the conference. For those who are interested in exhibiting and/or sponsoring at the AMC & MMC, please contact Vanessa Mastros at:
The AMC & MMC is open to all organizations. The conference has an attendance charge of $1,000 USD, although ARINC IA Members and Sponsors gain access to conference at no charge. Members and Sponsors are also entitled to a wider range of benefits including ARINC Standards and other products.
For more information about maximizing your organization’s potential as a member or sponsor of ARINC IA, please visit:
AMC & MMC is an air transport industry activity organized by ARINC Industry Activities (ARINC IA), an SAE Industry Technologies Consortia (SAE ITC) program. The objectives of AMC & MMC are to promote reliability and reduced operating cost in air transport components by improving maintenance and support techniques through the exchange of technical information. AMC & MMC consists of representatives from the technical leadership of the air transport maintenance community. AMC & MMC promotes improved component reliability and performance at lower life-cycle cost through the coordination of common technical problems in the airlines. AMC & MMC saves the industry money each year through participation in the annual  conference. AMC& MMCalso tracks developing maintenance issues and new products and makes inputs or develops standards to maintain safe aircraft with lower life-cycle costs.

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