EBAA: Rethinking business aviation

03 September 2020
10 September 2020
17 September 2020

EBAA: Rethinking business aviation

This month, EBAA are bringing a 3 part virtual discussion to your screens, providing a platform for industry leaders and business professionals to share their insight on the challenges and opportunities that pave our future.

This webinar series is split into 3 poignant topics:

  • Part 1 - Rethinking relationships in Business Aviation: 3 September 2020
  • Part 2 - Rethinking regulation in Business Aviation: 10 September 2020
  • Part 3 - Rethinking Business Aviation’s future: 17 September 2020

As part of the virtual roundtable discussion taking place in the 2nd session on 10th September, two of our esteemed colleagues will be taking part providing their insights into the panel ‘Rethinking Business Aviation Maintenance’.

President of Aviation Services, David van den Langenbergh, will be discussing the need of the National Aviation Authority (NAA) to apply the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) rules equally across Europe.

David van den Langenbergh has over 20 years of experience in business and commercial aviation. A native of Schoten, Belgium, David, was Airworthiness Manager of Belgium-based Abelag Aviation, which he joined in 2006 as head of Part 145 repair station maintenance. David has been a Dassault Falcon Operators Advisory Board chairman since 2013 and became Chief Technical Officer of Luxaviation Group in September 2014.

Since 2016 David has been board member of the General Aviation Manufacturer’s Association (GAMA) where he’s the Chairman of the Airworthiness & Maintenance Committee. David discusses on a regular basis with EASA, FAA and EU aviation representatives to support Business and General Aviation interests.

Iwona Kowalska, CAMO Group Coordinator for Luxaviation will discuss the need for acceptance of IT based MX Tracking systems and future developments.

David and Iwona will be joining Arjen Groeneveld, Chair of AMAC Maintenance Committee on the panel. Arjen will get into how standardisation developments at EASA could revolutionise business aviation maintenance in Europe.

Although the panel is just 20 minutes long, it is set to pack a punch and address some important points in the aircraft maintenance space.

For more details on this webinar, and to register, please visit: HERE