A Look Back at 2016

Nov. 28, 2016
With its solid foundation, AMT continues to cover all segments of the aircraft maintenance industry.

Aircraft Maintenance Technology (AMT) Magazine continued on its flight path of being the premier print and digital publication that covers all the segments of our industry for all the dedicated people who keep the world’s aircraft flying safely each and every day. Our tag line is simple but says it all; Management, Operations, Insight. We provide over 40,000 subscribers with a variety of topics from business, industry outlook, technical, and safety related content, to industry insights from our regular columnists. 2016 was a great year for AMT; here are just a few highlights.   

AMT and its official website AviationPros.com both received international recognition as nominees for the 2016 Aerospace Media Awards. Nominations came from around the world and all of us here at AMT are extremely proud of having made the short list for this prestigious recognition.

Our company continued to refine and invest in digital offerings for our readers and those advertisers who want to reach sales prospects when they want and how they want. AviationPros.com is updated throughout the day with news, press releases, and product announcements, and is accessible from your office or work station computer, laptop, or mobile device.

The AMT Daily Newsletter which is formatted similar to AMT magazine provides you with current news and products from all segments of the industry. This newsletter continues to grow in popularity by both readers and advertisers reaching over 30,000 maintenance professionals. If you do not yet receive it you can subscribe on AviationPros.com.   

AMT continued its relationship with notable industry organizations in order to provide you with current and relevant updates on any number of regulatory, educational and industry activities which affect your business and daily operation.

We fully integrated the former AMTSociety training offerings under the AMT Magazine name and have a solid program for these popular live and web-based training courses for technicians who use FAA accepted training as a basis of Inspection Authorization renewal.

This year we brought onboard a European correspondent to better serve the international aviation community and have covered more topics, companies, events and tradeshows outside of North America.

In this issue of AMT we proudly profile the winners of our second annual 40 Under 40 Next Gen Maintenance Professional Awards. This year we received double the number of nominees, and just like the coverage AMT provides, the winners were selected from all industry segments holding positions in a variety of different roles within aircraft maintenance.

What’s ahead in 2017 you might ask? You’ll have to wait a couple months and find out for yourself. One point is clear. The entire staff at AMT will continue to work tirelessly to provide our dedicated readers and advertising partners with the types of articles and offerings they enjoy, find valuable, and can count on.

Thanks for a great 2016, Ron