Light Business Airplane Conference

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Light Business Airplane Conference

To address the unique challenges and needs of entrepreneurs who rely on their general aviation airplanes to help their businesses succeed, NBAA has introduced new Light Business Airplane (LBA) Conference programming to the Association's 62nd Annual Meeting & Convention, taking place from October 20 to 22 in Orlando, FL.

The Light Business Airplane Conference agenda has been designed especially by and for light business airplane operators. Sessions will focus on practical tools for flying more efficiently, safely and cost-effectively. A first-ever Single Pilot Safety Standdown, sponsored by the Cessna Aircraft Company, will address fatigue countermeasures, airmanship, cockpit resource management, pilot health, icing and more. A Static Display of Aircraft will feature models from pistons to light business jets.

Aviation veterans John and Martha King will conduct a session on considerations for businesspeople who want to step up to jets. Forbes publisher and light business airplane operator Rich Karlgaard will discuss economic trends and what they mean for small and mid-size companies using business airplanes.

Light business airplane operators are fully included in NBAA's Annual Meeting & Convention and are encouraged to make plans to attend the Light Business Airplane Conference today!

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