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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

NBAA Leading Response to TSA’s New Security Proposal

NBAA Members know that business aviation takes a back seat to no one when it comes to security. In the years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, we have consistently demonstrated our commitment to work with federal government officials on ways to harden our industry from terrorist threats. MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

Business Aviation Helps Fuel This Small Company's Success

Sklar Exploration Company, LLC relies on business aviation to search for and develop new sources of oil and natural gas. The company uses its airplane in part to support flights for locating deposits of those commodities, which larger companies then refine into automotive and aviation fuels, propane and other petroleum products people use every day. MORE >>>

MEMBER BENEFITS

NBAA’s New Web Site Is Smarter, Faster, Easier

At NBAA’s 61st Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2008), NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen announced that before year’s end, the Association would launch a vastly improved version of its web site, www.nbaa.org, that would be updated, easier to use and reflect the latest advances in Internet technologies. Now, the site has officially arrived. MORE >>>

UPCOMING EVENTS

NBAA 20th Anniversary S&D Conference Will Honor History of Profession

“Honoring Our Heritage – Reaching For New Heights” is the theme of NBAA’s 20th Annual Schedulers & Dispatchers (S&D) Conference, which will be held January 13–16, 2009, in Long Beach, CA. To celebrate the Conference’s milestone anniversary, numerous special events have been planned.MORE >>>

BOARD ROOM

NBAA Adds Reagan and Shine to Board of Directors

Richard Shine, CEO of Manitoba Recycling, and Dr. Charles Reagan, associate to the president at Kansas State University, recently joined NBAA’s Board of Directors. They will each serve three-year terms on the 18-member Board, were voted in during the Association’s 61st Annual Meeting & Convention in Orlando, FL. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

REGIONAL REPRESENTATION

NBAA, Local Groups Working to Preserve Access in the Northeast

One of NBAA’s greatest strengths is the diversity of businesses and types of aircraft among Association Members, and the work NBAA does to support each type of business operation strengthens the industry overall. Consider NBAA Member Companies that rely on helicopters. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>


REGULATORY HOT TOPICS
NBAA and Industry Agree: New TSA Proposal ‘Misses the Mark’

CAPITAL VIEW
NBAA Interview With the FAA’s Nick Sabatini

TIPS & TOOLS
Persistence, Networking Are Key to Becoming a Business Aviation Flight Attendant

ASK THE OSG
How to Make the Business Case for IS-BAO

MONEY MATTERS
Aviation Insurance Basics – Which Policy Is the Right One?

MEMBER ADVOCACY
NBAA, Local Groups Working to Preserve Access in the Northeast

AIRCRAFT
Which Aircraft Is Right for Your Business?

YOUTH
NBAA Supports Aviation Hall of Fame’s Work to Inspire Youth

SAFETY FIRST
Getting the Most Out of Emergency Evacuation Training

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Missed NBAA2008? You Can Still Attend Online

NBAA ANNOUNCEMENTS
Learn about LBA2009, NBAA Promotes Education, NBAA2008 Another Solid Event