Ohio Aviation Association To Hold Conference In Columbus

Published in x – April/May 2019 issue

COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Ohio Aviation Association (OAA) will hold its 2019 Annual Conference – the only aviation conference in Ohio – April 9-10 at the Hilton Polaris Hotel in Columbus.

“Building Something Better,” this year’s theme, is laced throughout programming focused on cultivating the future workforce, sustainable environmental practices, air service development and more. With speakers ranging from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to engineering consultants and major tourist attraction leaders to legislative advocates, the program is suited for all aviation enthusiasts and professionals.

“Aviation is a fundamental building block for the state economy,” said Stacey Heaton, Executive Director of the Ohio Aviation Association. “Bringing the aviation community together to share ideas and learn from one another helps our industry to continue building something better. This opportunity allows airports to advance the state and continue to be an economic engine in the communities which we live.”

A new addition to the annual conference is a gallery featuring cutting-edge technologies, tools, policies, construction programs and student projects on display over the course of the conference. Aviation company exhibitors from across the state will also be on hand to discuss products and services with attendees.

In 2018, over 260 airport executives, engineering consultants, small businesses, aviation students, contractors and other aviation professionals attended the annual event. OAA expects an even bigger turnout for 2019.

Registration and hotel information is available at www.ohioaviation.org.

Founded in 1965, the Ohio Aviation Association is a non-profit corporation (501c6) committed to airport development and safety in Ohio. OAA is the voice for the airports that contribute to the economic vibrancy and well-being of Ohio, the birthplace of aviation. OAA membership is made up of over 350 individuals from over 55 airports and educational institutions and over 25 companies.

For additional information, refer to www.ohioaviation.org, or connect with the Ohio Aviation Association on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin to stay up-to-date on the organization.

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