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NBAA Update #01-06
Monday, December 17, 2001

SECURITY SESSIONS FOCAL POINT OF SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION
Last week at the NBAA 54th Annual Meeting & Convention, 11,738 members of the business aviation community came together to view the products and services of more than 670 Exhibiting Companies occupying nearly 350,000 square feet at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Fifty aircraft also were on Static Display at nearby Lakefront Airport. Visit the NBAA Web site to view highlights and photos of this event and to download the major security presentations made to standing-room-only crowds in New Orleans.
www.nbaa.org/2001

FAA RETRACTS 2002 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES NOTAM
The FAA has retracted the 2002 Olympics Winter Games NOTAM that was briefly available on the FAA web site and was handed out on paper at the NBAA Convention last week in New Orleans. When re-issued, the new NOTAM likely will reflect that no Special Traffic Management Program (STMP) will be utilized for airports within the 45-mile Olympic Ring TFR. However, the NOTAM will specify gateway airports that all Part 91/135 aircraft will have to transit enroute to any final destination within the 45-mile Olympic TFR. All aircraft will have to schedule a slot with U.S. Customs at a gateway airport to conduct a Part 108-like security check of aircraft, aircrew, and passengers at those airports. Also, no operations will be allowed unless the aircrews and aircraft have gone through the accreditation process of the Utah Olympic Public Safety Command.
www.nbaa.org/airspace/2002winter.htm

FAA REMINDS PILOTS ABOUT CAMP DAVID TFR
The FAA has released NOTAM 1/2800, available for download from NBAA's Web site, reminding pilots about flight restrictions around Thurmont, MD, from November 30 to December 31, 2001.
www.nbaa.org/airspace/NOTAM2800.doc

NBAA OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THE STATE OF BUSINESS AVIATION
NBAA and General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) representatives expressed enthusiasm about the state of business aviation during the NBAA/GAMA Media Kickoff Breakfast on December 12, the opening day of the NBAA 54th Annual Meeting & Convention. During a special informational session dealing with opportunities, representatives from charter, fractionals and traditional flight departments reported increased levels of activity post 9/11.
www.nbaa.org/2001/articles/media_brkfast.htm

CONVENTION OPENING DAY HIGHLIGHTS
On December 12, at the NBAA 54th Annual Meeting & Convention's Opening General Session, Attendees enjoyed remarks by NBAA President Jack Olcott, FAA Associate Administrator for ATS Steve Brown and keynoter August Busch III, as well as presentations on behalf of the Corporate Angel Network and the Haitian Hearts organization.
www.nbaa.org/2001/articles/ogs.htm

NBAA AWARD WINNERS HONORED AT CONVENTION
During the Evening Networking Reception at the 54th Annual Meeting & Convention, NBAA recognized Paul H. Poberezny with the Award for Meritorious Service to Aviation, Myron W. Collier with the John P. "Jack" Doswell Award, John A. Pope with the Staff Lifetime Achievement Award and eight Member Companies with the 50 Year Safe Flying Achievement Award.
www.nbaa.org/2001/articles/awards.htm

2001 JOURNALISM AWARD WINNERS RECOGNIZED
NBAA presented its Gold Wing and Platinum Wing Awards on December 12 during the Media Kickoff Breakfast of the NBAA 54th Annual Meeting & Convention.
www.nbaa.org/pr/2001/20011212-060.htm

EBACE2002 WILL BE HELD IN MAY; EBACE2003 DATES ANNOUNCED
EBACE2002, which will be held May 28 to 30, 2002, at the Palexpo Convention Center in Geneva, Switzerland, will feature informational sessions designed to address the issues of European-based operators, U.S. operators flying to Europe and non-operators who can benefit from the use of aircraft for business. EBACE2003 will be held May 7 to 9, 2003, again at the Palexpo Convention Center in Geneva.
www.ebace.com/welcome/pressroom/20011212.htm

NBAA ANNOUNCES NEW AVIATION SCHOLARSHIP
NBAA is proud to announce that it will offer the new Lawrence Ginocchio Aviation Scholarship, which was created by the family and friends of the late Lawrence Ginocchio to honor his outstanding personal contribution to the business aviation community.
www.nbaa.org/pr/2001/20011212-061.htm

THREE STUDENTS TO RECEIVE USAIG/PDP SCHOLARSHIPS
Three students in aviation-related collegiate programs will receive NBAA Professional Development Program (PDP) scholarships from the United States Aircraft Insurance Group (USAIG).
www.nbaa.org/pr/2001/20011212-062.htm

FOUR STUDENTS RECEIVE IBAA/PDP SCHOLARSHIPS
Four students in aviation-related collegiate programs will receive NBAA Indiana Business Aviation Association (IBAA)/Professional Development Program (PDP) Scholarships.
www.nbaa.org/pr/2001/20011212-063.htm

BRIEFING ABOUT GA ACCESS TO REAGAN AIRPORT, JAN. 7
NBAA will present a briefing about the status of efforts to regain general aviation access to Washington Reagan National Airport (DCA) on Monday, January 7 from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. NBAA President Jack Olcott and FAA representatives will summarize the current status of GA operations at this airport and be available for questions. All NBAA Members and interested parties are invited to attend. Contact Marie Wilkins at [email protected] to attend or for more information.
www.nbaa.org/ops/#dca

ATC USER DIALOGUE AT DUPAGE AIRPORT (DPA), JAN. 9
The next NBAA ATC User Dialogue, sponsored by Vance & Engles Aircraft Brokers, Inc., will be held on Wednesday, January 9, on the airport at DuPage Flight Center in West Chicago, IL. FAA air traffic representatives from FAA Great Lake Region Headquarters; Chicago Center; Chicago TRACON; and DuPage, Aurora, Midway, Waukegan and Palwaukee Towers have been invited to participate and answer questions. For more information or to attend, contact John Balsiger at [email protected] or Bob Lamond at [email protected].
www.nbaa.org/airspace/user_dialogue_schedule.htm#dupage