Superior Air Parts is Introducing a Special “Tech Tuesday” Forum During Oshkosh AirVenture 2019

Scott Hayes, vice president, sales and marketing for Superior Air Parts, Inc., announced that the company is introducing Tech Tuesday as part of its popular Oshkosh AirVenture Forum Series.

“We are keenly aware of the invaluable role that aircraft technicians play in helping our customers operate their aircraft more efficiently and safely,” Hayes said. “That’s why we are so happy to announce our new Tech Tuesday. It’s a special forum created for FAA licensed A&P technicians and anyone currently attending an A&P school.”

Tech Tuesday is special 90-minute forum created for FAA licensed A&P technicians. This special 90-minute Forum has been created to refresh A&Ps on piston engine maintenance and operation topics, including Piston Engine Anatomy and Physiology, Compression Testing, Leaning and Steps to Cutting The Cost of an Engine Overhaul.

Hays said that the first Tech Tuesday will begin at 8:00 am on Tuesday, July 23rd at the Superior Air Parts exhibit #257/258, which is just north of Hangar B. The first 50 A&P technicians and students will receive a free copy of Engine Management 101.

As with all of Superior’s Oshkosh Forums, Tech Tuesday will be hosted by Superior’s vice president of Product Support, Bill Ross.

“As a long time A&P-I/A, I am very excited about Tech Tuesday and what it will offer A&P technicians,” Ross said. “This forum will give technicians a lot of really valuable information not only about piston engine operations, but also tips and tricks that will help streamline their next engine overhaul project.”

In addition to Tech Tuesday, Superior will also host its regular series of forums again this year. The free, 45-minute Forum sessions will be held daily, Monday through Saturday at 10:00 am at the Superior Air Parts tent (#257/#258), which is just north of Hangar B.

In addition to all the other valuable information, the first 40 forum attendees each day will receive a free copy of Superior Air Parts’ popular 144-page book, “Engine Management 101.”

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