Greetings from Sightline!
Sightline is a team of Airfield Marking Consultants. We consult with the industry to improve marking systems and deliver tailored solutions through professional services such as training, audits, and quality control.
The purpose of this newsletter is to inform you about issues related to airport markings. For more resources and information, please visit our website at sightline.us
Winter seems to have finally released its grasp on temperatures and our utility bills. If you're wondering how your markings fared over the winter, consider using our Marking Condition Index (MCI) as part of an audit this year. If you haven't thawed out yet, consider joining the group at the first Airfield Marking Symposium in Phoenix before your painting season begins... but you should hurry, there's only four seats left.
Where you'll spot us:
- PHX Airfield Marking Symposium, April 7-9, Phoenix, AZ
- 49th Annual Snow Symposium, April 18-22, Buffalo, NY
- AAAE Advanced/Basic ASOS, April 18-19, Buffalo, NY
- CVG Airfield Marking Symposium, June 9-11, Cincinnati, OH
- SLC Airfield Marking Symposium, August 18-20, Salt Lake City, UT
- RDU Airfield Marking Symposium, October 13-15, Raleigh, NC
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