|Pacific Propeller International will be hosting its 2nd Annual Engineering Seminar at the Museum of Flight located in Seattle, Washington. The event will take place April 9th, 2019.|
PPI’s main goal is to identify challenges and solutions associated with maintaining an aging fleet from an engineering and maintenance perspective.
We are hoping to bring many thought-provoking discussions and sessions during a two-day conference. Not only do we want to share some of the engineering challenges we are working through, but we would like to encourage other guests to present any topics that they think could be of value to the aerospace community. This can be anywhere between 30 minutes to 2 hours. This seminar does not just need to be just propeller specific.
The Engineering Seminar will be 8AM to 5PM. During this time PPI will be providing:
If you are attending or would like to attend, please follow this link to register for the two day event. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/change-of-date-pacific-propeller-international-2nd-annual-engineering-seminar-tickets-46885971202?aff=affiliate1 or please email your response to Melissa Watts at [email protected] and acknowledge if you would be willing to make a presentation, as we would greatly appreciate it. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
We hope you can make it!
Servicing, overhauling, and repairing propellers since 1946.
PPI is certified by the US Air Force, US Navy, US Coast Guard, US Custom Services, NAMSA/NATO, Spanish Air Force, Royal Malaysian Air Force and the FAA to repair and overhaul the 54H60 propeller system.
PPI’s Repair & Return P-3 Propeller Program for the US Navy has saved the Navy millions of dollars over the life of the contract.
PPI is the largest independant propeller repair & overhaul facility in the world
PPI is the OEM for the A6441FN-606 propeller system operated on the Lockheed Electra L188 and Convair 580 Aircraft
PPI’s 64,000 sq. ft. facility is dedicated to propeller assembly, component repair and overhaul and manufacturing.