Boeing Frontiers
September 2002 
Volume 01, Issue 05 
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Calendar of Events

Sept. 6–9: National Guard Association of the United States 124th Annual Conference and Exhibition. See

Sept. 9–13: Aerospace Lighting Institute’s Aircraft Exterior and Crew Station Lighting Short Courses. Los Angeles International Airport Marriott Hotel. See

Sept. 10–12: National Business Aviation Association’s Annual Meeting and Convention. This 55th annual event, billed as a gathering place for decision makers in business aviation, has grown into one of the biggest regularly held conventions in the United States. Orlando, Fla. See

Sept. 10–12: 2002 Military and Aerospace Programmable Logic Devices International Conference. Featured will be papers on programmable devices and technologies, as well as digital engineering and related fields, for military and aerospace applications. Kossiakoff Conference Center, The Johns Hopkins University, Laurel, Md. See

Sept. 12–15: The Marine Corps Aviation Association’s 31st Annual Symposium. Sheraton Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, Va. See

Sept. 17–20: International Air Cargo Forum and Exposition. Sponsored by the International Air Cargo Association. This biennial event will address current industry challenges and opportunities. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center. See

Sept. 22–25: Conference on Quality in Commercial Aviation. A gathering of operators, maintenance providers, manufacturers, suppliers and regulators. Westin Hotel Galleria, Dallas. See

Sept. 23–25: Speednews European Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference. Presentations include market forecasts, industry briefings and product support. Hotel Palladia, Toulouse, France. See

Sept. 24–27: World Airline Entertainment Association’s 23rd Annual Conference and Exhibition. This event targets inflight entertainment and communications professionals. Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle. See


Sept. 24–27: Institute of Navigation’s GPS 2002. This event includes technical programs and exhibits related to the Global Positioning System. Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Ore. See

Sept. 30–Oct. 3: 8th Annual International Flight Simulator Engineering and Maintenance Conference. The conference was canceled in 2001 due to the events of Sept. 11. Hyatt Regency Tampa. See

Oct. 2–4: Cargo Facts 2002 Annual Aircraft Symposium. Loews Miami Beach Hotel. Addressed are issues of interest to the buyers, sellers, financiers, service providers and operators of passenger and freighter aircraft. See

Oct. 6–11: Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society. This is the 34th annual meeting for the DPS. Birmingham, Ala. See

Oct. 10–11: Air Transport Assn. SPEC2000 E-Business Forum. Walt Disney World Hilton, Orlando, Fla. See

Oct. 10–19: The World Space Congress 2002. Some 13,000 scientific, technical, business and government leaders look at advances in space science and exploration. George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston. See

Oct. 21–25: Euronaval 2002. Billed as an international naval defense and maritime exhibition and conference. Paris-Le Bourget, France. See

Oct. 24–26: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Expo 2002. Billed as the premier event for general aviation professionals and enthusiasts. Palm Springs, Calif., Convention Center. See

Nov. 4–7: Flight Safety Foundation Air Safety Seminar, Dublin, Ireland. See

Nov. 4–10: Air Show China 2002: Zhuhai, China. Fourth China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition. China’s largest annual air show and aerospace exhibition. See

Nov. 18–19: Aerospace Outlook Conference 2002. This two-day event focuses on major issues facing the aerospace industry. Carson, Calif., Community Center. See


The above listings are assembled for the convenience of readers of Boeing Frontiers only and do not constitute an endorsement by The Boeing Company. Times, dates and subject matter are subject to change or cancellation. If you have any items you wish to have considered for the Frontiers Calendar, please e-mail them to, or send them by regular mail to Boeing Frontiers magazine, 100 N. Riverside, MC: 5003-0983, Chicago, IL 60606-1596.

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