THINK HARD: What do File Clerks, Sewing Machine Operators and Door-to-Door Salespeople all have in common? Still thinking? Ok, I’ll give you a hint: What do Pinsetters, Milkmen, Ice Cutters and Lamplighters all have in common? Yep, that second group are individuals whose jobs have “disappeared.” And, as you have probably already surmised, the first group is those individuals whose occupations are on the way out. That’s why if you are interested in aviation, especially if your job revolves around it, you should be most interested in ABU DHABI AND CESSNA 208 TRAINING.
“The Abu Dhabi Aviation and Aerospace Week in March of 2016 showed two things,” Dale Wolcott, President of TURBINE TRAINING in Manhattan, Kansas, shared, “Aviation continues to be an ongoing pursuit around the world, and there are numerous aspects for both investors and participants to be involved in.”
To add credence to Dale’s thoughts, the weather the week of the event was just horrible, and yet some 59 countries showed up and took part in the numerous activities taking place.
“One of the things we noticed,” Jason Wolcott, TURBINE TRAINING’s Vice President, noted, “was the diversity of the informational events that took place that week.”
These events include, but were not limited to:
- Unmanned Systems Exhibition & Conference.
- Simulation Conference & Exhibition.
- Global Aerospace Summit.
“One interesting aspect of the event,” Dale added, “was that they had a Red Bull Air Race, which shows that Aviation is not all work, but can include a lot of play as well.”