Tue, Oct 07, 2003
Another Good Reason to Be At NBAA 2003!
Aircraft Technical Publishers (ATP) will provide aviation
enthusiasts the chance to win hundreds of dollars of Wright
Brothers memorabilia in conjunction with the 2003 the National
Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) Convention, October 7-9, in
The focus of this year's NBAA convention is the celebration of
100 years of flight, a tribute to the spirit and innovation of the
Wright Brothers, who became the pioneers of powered flight in 1903.
Attendees can visit ATP at booth #1452, where they can enter to win
many Wright Brothers souvenirs to mark this special occasion.
The National Business Aviation Association, Inc. is a
not-for-profit corporation dedicated to the success of the business
aviation community. For more than 55 years, NBAA has served this
community through its leadership efforts at all levels of
government and business, both in the United States and
For more than 30 years, Aircraft Technical Publishers has been
the general aviation industry's single source leader for aviation
maintenance, regulatory and compliance software products and
services. ATP maintains more than 16,000 CD-ROM, DVD,
microfiche, and Internet-based library subscriptions for a global
consumer base that includes maintenance facilities, Fixed Based
Operators, aircraft operators, flight schools, and
Many of the world's
Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs), as well as the FAA, use ATP's
Aviation Regulatory Libraries on CD-ROM and DVD.
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