ABOUT THE MMMC

The MMMC provides a platform where aviation community leaders disseminate news of current developments as it may affect aircraft maintenance organizations and member companies.

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There are many reasons to be a part of the Miami Maintenance Management Council.

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The MMMC Helps the Community By Offering
Fundraising Opportunities

Humanity First

Relieving suffering caused by natural disasters
or human conflict.

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Monthly Meeting

April 20, 2016

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

Speaker: Beacon Council

The Beacon Coucnil is dedicated to building, supporting and sustaining Miami-Dade’s vibrant economy, helping businesses of all sizes achieve their goals.  Find out how they can help you grow your business!

Sponsor: You?

Place: Canaima Restaurant
5401 NW 79th Avenue
Doral, FL 33166

(786) 452-9350

There will be a cash bar with extended Happy Hour for all.


Coming soon!

Mark your calendar!!

April 23, 2016 – SAFEE Flight Air Expo

Details at: http://sflairexpo.com/

It is time for elections!  Interested?

Contact a MMMC board member or officer today!

May – George T. Baker Aviation Technical College Graduation, Awards, and Scholarship Ceremony

Be a part of something GREAT!  Give to the GTBA Scholarship fund and help a future AMT! <DONATE HERE!>

May 25 – No meeting 🙁 See you at the CCMA 🙂

June 15 – MMMC is BACK in Broward County at Bokampers Miramar!!


The Miami Maintenance Management Council is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1989. The purpose of the MMMC is to foster, stimulate and encourage maintenance cooperation between the Airlines, Aircraft Maintenance Facilities, and Maintenance Service and Support Organizations in the
South Florida community. Supported by a membership of over 250 aviation professionals the voluntary Executive Committee receives cooperation from the Dade and Broward County Aviation Departments, Federal Aviation Administration, Law Enforcement Agencies as well as other Agencies related to aircraft maintenance activities, federal or otherwise.