6th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

6th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

Dallas, August 2, 2011 AllStar Industries announces the 6th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum which will take place at the Frontiers of Flight Museum-Dallas Love Field on Tuesday September 22nd, 2011. Growth Opportunities within the Global Aviation Industry “Global Aircraft Manufacturing Programs in Defense and Commercial Sectors” Sponsored by DASSAULT SYSTEMES, LOCKHEED MARTIN & BELL HELICOPTER, moderated by Tom Henricks, Colonel, USAF (retd) Vice President, Corporate Aircraft Analysis Planning, Inc. (CAAP) Former President of AVIATION WEEK and NASA Astronaut. The program will cover: Lockheed Martin Featuring The F-35 Global Delivery System Concept Stephen O’Bryan,…Read more
5th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

5th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

Dallas, August 2, 2010 AllStar Industries announces the 5th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum which will take place at the Frontiers of Flight Museum-Dallas Love Field on Tuesday September 23nd, 2010. International Procurement Opportunities in Aviation Sponsored by DASSAULT FALCON – DASSAULT AVIATION, moderated by William Garvey – Editor in Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation and Deputy Managing Director- Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group. The program will cover: CENTRAL PROCUREMENT: DELIVERING VALUE AND EFFICIENCY Patrick Du Tertre – President – Dassault Procurement Services SAFRAN NORTH AMERICA SUPPLY CHAIN OVERVIEW Michael Shields – VP…Read more
4th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

4th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum

Dallas, July 23, 2009 AllStar Industries announces the 4th Annual Aerospace Industry Forum which will take place at the Frontiers of Flight Museum-Dallas Love Field on Tuesday September 22nd, 2009. The Greening of our Blue Skies – Opportunities and Challenges. Sponsored by AIRBUS & SAFRAN, moderated by William Garvey – Editor in Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation and Deputy Managing Director- Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group. The program will cover: CURRENT IMPACT OF AIR TRANSPORT ON THE PLANET TODAY Gary H. Kitmacher – Mission Manager – Communications International Space Station Program –…Read more