Superior Air Parts 2018 Forum Schedule

Superior Air Parts announced that the company is again hosting its series of 45-minute educational forums during Oshkosh AirVenture 2018.

Joining Superior Air Parts in the 2018 Oshkosh Forum Series are RAM Aircraft, Hartzell Propeller, CamGuard, Don's Dream Machines, Aviation Product Services and others are scheduled to present educational sessions during the daily sessions at Superior's Oshkosh tent #257.

The company has posted a complete schedule of the 2018 Forums.

"Oshkosh 2017 was a fantastic year for the Superior forum series. I can't think of any of the 18 forums that weren't packed by pilots wanting to know how they can operate their engine more efficiently and save money on maintenance," said Scott Hayes, Vice President, Sales and Marketing.

"Sharing this kind of valuable information is exactly why we created the forum series," he said. "Each session will give pilots and owners proven procedures and insights that will help them reduce the cost of flying while extending their engine's operational life and lowering maintenance costs."

Superior's vice president of Product Support, Bill Ross, who has been an FAA A&P/IA for 33-years, will serve as presenting host the 2018 Forum Series.

"These sessions are not about theory or opinions," Ross said. "What we are going to deliver are sessions packed proven information that the other presenters and I have gained over our various careers. These are practices and tips pilots can use every time they fly.

The free, 45-minute Forum sessions will be held daily at the Superior Air Parts tent (#257), which is just north of Hangar B. Forum times are 9:30, 11:00 and 12:30, Monday, July 23rd through Saturday, July 28th.

In addition to all the other valuable information, forum attendees will receive a free digital copy of Bill Ross' popular 144-page book, "Engine Management 101."

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