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#PilotsOnBoard Event by AMURA on 23rd June 2021


published on 22 June 2021 64 -

On Wednesday June 23rd, AMURA - a Spanish company specialized in technology for pilots - is organizing the first international event after pandemic for Pilots.

There will be sessions dedicated to the use of technologies and the digitization of the sector and a round table with the delegates and presidents of Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Chile where the impact of the pandemic and the future prospects of the sector will be analyzed.

Below please find the program and speakers (click image to enlarge). The entire event will be held in spanish.

Do not hesitate to register at the following link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6230525990728074766

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