Superior Air Parts, Inc., has announced its popular Oshkosh/AirVenture educational forum series schedule for 2023.
“Superior Air Parts’ forum series has become an important part of Oshkosh/AirVenture for so many of our customers,” stated Keith Chatten, CEO of Superior Air Parts. “I think to date we’ve hosted nearly 2,000 aircraft owners and pilots in our AirVenture forum classroom, and we’re grateful for everyone’s continued interest and support.”
“Our goal is simply to help pilots better understand proper engine operations– no matter what kind of airplane or engine they operate – to get the most performance, reliability, and value out of every flight hour,” he added. “If we can help just one more owner get their piston engine safely and efficiently to TBO when we do that, we consider the forums to be a success.”
As in years past, the 2023 Superior Forum Series will be hosted by the company’s VP of Product Support and recipient of the 2023 General Aviation Awards’ National Technician of the Year award Bill Ross A&P I/A.
Superior Air Parts 2023 Oshkosh Forum Series schedule:
• Monday, 10:00 am – Leaning to Save Money
• Tuesday, 8:00 am Tech Tuesday – The Real Cost of Deferring Maintenance
10:00 am – How to Save Money On Engine Maintenance
• Wednesday, 10:00 am – “Under Pressure”- What Compression Numbers Really Mean
• Thursday, 10:00 am – What an Oil Change Can Reveal About Engine Health
• Friday, 10:00 am – Aircraft Cylinder Anatomy and Durability
• Saturday, 10:00 am – TBO and Beyond, Now What?
The series of free, 45-minute 2023 Oshkosh/AirVenture Forum sessions will be held Monday through Saturday at 10:00 am at the Superior Air Parts tent (#258), just north of Hangar B.
Superior’s Tech Tuesday returns for 2023.
Chatten also announced that Superior is again hosting its popular Tech Tuesday forum for A&P mechanics and as well as A&P students.
Tech Tuesday is a unique 90-minute forum created for FAA-licensed A&P mechanics/Aviation Maintenance Technicians to help refresh their piston engine maintenance and operations knowledge.
Tech Tuesday is July 25th from 8:00 – 9:30 am. This year’s topic is The Real Cost of Deferring Maintenance. Attendance earns FAA A&P I/A Renewal Credits.
“As an A&P I/A, pilot and aircraft owner, I am very excited about having the opportunityto talk to my fellow technicians and A&P students,” Ross said. “Their knowledge and skills are key in ensuring that aircraft owners get the most value, performance, and safety out of their piston engines.”
*Note: Forum subjects and schedules are subject to change.
For more information and a complete forum schedule, visit: https://superiorairparts.com/forums