Superior Air Parts Announces That Its 2019 Oshkosh Forums Will Be Held Daily At 10 A.M.

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New for 2019 is Tech Tuesday, a forum designed for A&Ps

COPPELL, TEX., May 15, 2019 – Scott Hayes, vice president, sales and marketing for Superior Air Parts, Inc., announced today that the company is again hosting its series of 45-minute educational forums during Oshkosh AirVenture 2019. 

“We are very proud of the outstanding support that our forum series has received over the years,” Hayes said. “We see many of the same people returning year-after-year and each time they tell us they’ve learned something new about the care and operation of their aircraft’s engine.”

The 2019 Superior Air Parts Oshkosh Forum lineup includes:

• Engine Leaning Made Simple (Monday and Saturday)

• Compression Testing Aircraft Engines (Tuesday and Friday)

• Aircraft Engine Cylinder Anatomy and Physiology (Wednesday)

• Owner’s Guide to Piston Engine Operations and Maintenance (Thursday)

The free, 45-minute forum sessions will be held daily Monday through Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Superior Air Parts tent (#257/#258), which is just north of Hangar B. 

New for 2019 is Tech Tuesday, a special 90-minute forum created for FAA licensed A&P technicians. This 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. Tech Tuesday will begin at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.

“As an 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.”

“Whether it is for aircraft owners or A&Ps, sharing this kind of valuable information is exactly why we created the forum series,” Hayes said. 

“Each session will give attendees a host of proven procedures and insights that will help them reduce the cost of flying while extending their engine’s operational life and lowering maintenance costs.”

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

For more information and complete forum schedule, visit http://superiorairparts.com/about-us/event/oshkoshforums2019/