What is the Symposium?

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What is the Symposium?

The Airfield Marking Symposium (AMS) is a training course presented by Sightline.

From design to line, this workshop has something for everyone including Engineers, Maintenance, Operations, Inspectors, etc. Since 2009, the curriculum has focused on the best practices within the Airfield Marking Handbook, and later put them to practice in live equipment demonstrations on the airfield.

 

2017 Symposium Dates & Locations

FLL Symposium, May 16-18, 2017 **SOLD OUT**
Hosted by Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

SFO Symposium, August 15-17, 2017 **SOLD OUT**
Hosted by San Francisco International Airport

STL Symposium, October 10-12, 2017
Hosted by Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

 

 

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Past attendees have raved about the positive and immediate impacts of attending the symposium:

  • “Great training! Awesome information - I just need to [tell] the right people at the airport so that they are informed of the cost savings if done correctly.”

    -John Isham, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority
  • “I believe this training will take our facility from the stone ages into modern times. I will recommend this class to anyone in the industry, including operations.”

    -Richard Reynolds, City of Midland Department of Airports
  • “I highly recommend [my colleagues] attend this course. We learned so much and confirmed many of our concerns with bead application and useful life.”

    -FAA employee
  • “This symposium was probably the most informative two-day conference I have been to, and I have been to dozens.”

    -David A. Smith, Airport Certification Inspector, State of Louisiana
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    “I wish I had attended this symposium years ago.”

    -Tim Appel, Yampa Valley Regional Airport
  • “Excellent symposium. I would highly recommend this course to anyone involved with airport markings.”

    -Casey Kinosz, Operations Specialist, Blue Grass Airport
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