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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

‘Summer Heat’ Defines Airlines' Increased Effort to Shift Costs, Impose User Fees

As predicted, the airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are spending the summer accelerating their efforts to convince Congress to shift massive costs onto general aviation (GA) and impose a user fee system under the guise of modernizing the Air Traffic Control (ATC) system. MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

Business Aviation Is a Perfect Fit for MacNeil Automotive Products, Ltd.

NBAA Member MacNeil Automotive Products, Ltd.'s planes get them in front of their customers, eye-to-eye and that hands-on approach is a significant factor in the growth of their company. It's growth that would be much harder to achieve without the ability to visit customers regularly and easily using business aircraft. MORE >>>

SECURITY SPOTLIGHT

GA Security Remains a Top Priority for Aviation Security Officials

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are reviewing new security protocols for general aviation (GA). What can the industry do to reduce its exposure to threats and maximize the flexibility required for operational missions? MORE >>>

NBAA2007 CONVENTION

NBAA2007 Celebrates 60th Year as Business Aviation’s Trusted Partner

NBAA continues its tradition of service to Members at its 60th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2007) taking place this year in Atlanta, GA from September 25 to 27. NBAA's annual event is expected to draw thousands of Attendees and feature over 1,000 Exhibitors and 100 Information Sessions. MORE >>>

CAPITAL VIEW

NBAA Interview With Mark Rosenker

National Transportation Safety Board chairman since 2006, Mark Rosenker is a retired major general in the Air Force Reserve whose interest and experience in transportation safety dates back more than three decades. NBAA recently spoke with Chairman Rosenker about the board and its “Most Wanted” list. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

60th ANNIVERSARY

NBAA’s Tradition of Service in the '70s and '80s

The fuel crisis, the continuing development of new aircraft types and the first fractional ownership program were some of the highs and lows in focus for NBAA and the industry during the 1970s and 1980s. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>


MEMBERS IN ACTION
Operational Excellence Cluster Promotes Knowledge Sharing

MEMBER BENEFITS
NBAA’s OSG Has the Answers (or Knows Where to Get Them)

TIPS & TOOLS
When Should Flight Departments Use Independent Contractors?

REGULATORY HOT TOPICS
How Would Changes to IRS Rules Regarding Certain Non-Business Uses of Aircraft Affect Your Flight Operation?

SMALL FLIGHT DEPARTMENTS
Did You Know NBAA Has a Small Aircraft Exemption?

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The CAM Exam Goes Digital

NEWS MAKERS
IBAC’s Perfetti Hopes to Take IS-BAO to Next Level