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Studies reveal data that sleep deprivation is a cultural norm in the aviation maintenance workplace, although mechanics as a group are not generally cognizant of the fact that they do not get enough rest.
The new Executive Board is comprised of five positions and will be the new leadership group for AMTSociety. In addition a group of Industry Advisors will provide input on current aviation issues and suggest new initiatives.
Today's mergers are more complementary, designed to fill in gaps in product offerings, not merely expand market share. While the focus is on profitability, it also has to include improved compensation for technicians to attract the needed work force.
NATA President Tom Hendricks shares his thoughts on what it will take for the United States to continue to set the gold standard for aviation. Commitment, education, improvements and funding all play a role in U.S. aviation’s continued success