April 11-12, 2023 | EAA Education Center | Oshkosh, WI (KOSH)
Over the last 13 years, Migration has become the leading conference for flight training professionals. Featuring presentations from a wide range of industry leaders and small group breakout sessions tailored to meet the goals of attendees, Migration provides solutions to the real-world problems facing flight training organizations, flight instructors, and their clients.
Migration is designed to inspire and equip you to take your flight training business to the next level. Hear the latest big ideas and innovative solutions from our Keynote speakers.
You'll leave Migration with pages upon pages of actionable tactics that you can apply the minute you get back to the flight line.
You'll be among your people with attendees from all over the world, representing a wide range of flight training practitioners. Migration is known for its networking and relationship building, and this year will be no different.
From the content of every Keynote and breakout session to the people you'll meet and network with, a love of aviation is core to what makes Migration so powerful.
Stay tuned for more announcements coming very soon!
Sean D. Tucker is an aviation legend and virtuoso air show performer, best known for his airshow performances in the Oracle Challenger. Tucker is also a founder of the Bob Hoover Academy, a program focused on empowering students in his hometown of Salinas, CA, through the power of flight. He is a National Aviation Hall of Fame inductee, International Aviation Air and Space Hall of Fame inductee, one of the 25 Living Legends of Flight recognized by the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, the Chairman of EAA's Young Eagles Program, and an honorary member of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, U.S. Navy Blue Angles, Royal Canadian Snowbirds, Brazilian Air Force Smoke Squadron, and U.S. Army Golden Knights.
Joe Brown is Chairman of Hartzell Propeller and COO of Tailwind Technologies Inc., a holding company that owns aviation manufacturing businesses including Hartzell Propeller, Hartzell Engine Technologies and Mayday Manufacturing. He specializes in defining and implementing operational strategies that promote product and manufacturing innovation, business growth, and improved operating metrics. Joe is deeply involved in the General Aviation industry and is a member of AOPA, EAA, and IMC Club, while serving on the boards of EAA, IMC Club, and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. Joe is an instrument-rated pilot and flies about 300 hours a year for work and recreation.
EAA Education Center
3000 Poberezny Road
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 54902
Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH)
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