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When NBAA Members need to fly within the United States, or overseas, the security of their aircraft, aircrews and airports is always a top priority. In the years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the federal government has continued to explore measures for enhancing GA security, and increasingly, policymakers are focusing on flights into and out of the U.S. MORE>>>
For Bryan Currier, the president of Advantage Technologies, Inc., mobility means everything. That’s because Currier must be able to visit, often on short notice, the host of small and medium-size health care practitioners who are scattered across the Upper Midwest and rely on his computer support services to keep their IT systems running smoothly. MORE >>>
Did you know that the information listed in your NBAA Member Profile is reflected in the Association’s Directory of Member Companies, Aircraft & Personnel? Research shows that Member Companies use the printed Member Directory all year long, which is why it’s critical that your profile is current. MORE >>>
Since last year, the Department of Homeland Security’s Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has been in the process of finalizing a rule that would require the pilot of any business aircraft arriving in or departing from the United States to electronically transmit to CBP information regarding each individual traveling onboard the aircraft.
Representative Robin Hayes (R-8-NC) is a widely recognized authority on aviation policy, and with good reason. He has been a licensed pilot since 1968, and since his election to the U.S. House of Representatives, has routinely flown his airplane, a Beechcraft, from his home in North Carolina’s 8th District to Washington, DC, when Congress is in session. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>
In 1996, Rod Kauber, aviation department director for Mutual of Omaha Flight Operations, and Gary Kiteley, executive director of the University Aviation Association (UAA), gave a presentation at the Flight Safety Foundation Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar highlighting their concerns for the safety of the business aviation industry, and ultimately, its future. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>
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