The Aviation Instrument Association is an association of aviation professionals made up of FAA and JAA certificated aircraft instrument repair facilities as well as associate members in related aviation fields throughout the world. Our association membership consists of component manufacturers, aviation schools, and both domestic and international repair facilities specializing in various component level repair, overhaul, and installation services.
The AIA Mission Statement:
The Aviation Instrument Association is dedicated to Professionalism and Aviation Safety and is established as a unification of aviation instrument professionals to promote understanding, dissemination of information, mutuality and fraternity through common purpose. Further, the Aviation Instrument Association shall provide a forum for communication within the aviation community with aviation consumers and appropriate governing authorities.
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The Blue Tuna Aviation Training program ends today. Blue Tuna recently announced that they would not be renewing the training program with the AIA. Please make sure that you complete all necessary training by the COB today. Members have the option of purchasing a training subscription directly with Blue Tuna. Members who belong to the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) already have access to online training. Please visit http://aea.net/Training/online/ for more information.
Commander Insturments & Avionics - Myles G Johnson - Founder (Right)
Consolidated Instruments - OB Johannessen - Founder (Right) & Sons
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