NBAA’s Air Mail system is an electronic forum for the exchange of professional information among NBAA members. NBAA does not censor or screen individual posts, and relies on members to keep Air Mail a productive, professional resource. However, to benefit all NBAA members, those violating the Air Mail rules below may be unsubscribed by NBAA at any time. If you do not agree to the rules below, do not participate on Air Mail.
To report violations of the Air Mail rules, please do the following:
- Air Mail Forums – Click on the “Flag” link for the message in question to submit your comments.
- Air Mail Listserv – Forward the message with your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information on web forum and listserv best practices, review the Air Mail Communications Guidelines.
If you have any questions about the rules, or about Air Mail in general, please email email@example.com.
Do not engage in personal attacks or create a hostile environment.
Members may disagree, but should interact with fellow members in a professional, courteous and respectful manner. “Trolling” – posting inflammatory or extraneous messages to provoke or antagonize others – is not permitted. Members who engage in practices that discourage open, collaborative discussion may be suspended from Air Mail.
Do not post offensive messages or links.
Air Mail is a professional forum. Do not post anything that is profane, hateful, discriminatory or obscene.
Do not post unsolicited commercial appeals or promotions.
Unsolicited marketing messages may not be sent to Air Mail. However, the posting of commercial appeals or promotions in response to legitimate member inquiries is allowed as a member service. Also, member companies that wish to post charter availability announcements and other messages that are sales/marketing in nature may do so only via the “Charter Availability” Air Mail list.
Do not post messages regarding commercial disputes.
While Air Mail is an acceptable forum for commentary on the performance of aviation vendors, it is not appropriate to initiate commentary regarding specific business or legal disagreements. Members should privately resolve such matters.
Do not post messages regarding prices, fees, or other competitively sensitive aspects of business.
Members may not discuss the prices or fees that they pay or charge, the customers or suppliers with which they do business, the terms on which they do business with them or other third parties, or other competitively sensitive aspects of individual business operations. It is also a violation of NBAA policy to suggest what your or others’ policies should or may be on these subjects.
Do not post commentary unrelated to aviation.
Air Mail was established for the exchange of professional aviation information among NBAA members. Off-topic messages, including purely partisan political discussion, is not permitted.
Do not post anything you wouldn’t want everyone to see.
Your Air Mail post will be sent by email to hundreds or thousands of NBAA members and will remain accessible – to all NBAA members – in Air Mail Forums indefinitely.
Do not harvest email addresses from Air Mail for marketing purposes.
Members who receive email marketing messages and believe that their information was obtained through Air Mail should notify firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not use “NBAA” in your email address or displayed name, or otherwise falsely represent yourself.
Including NBAA in your email address or “handle” creates confusion and the impression that your posts are endorsed by the Association. It is volition of the Air Mail rules to impersonate someone else or otherwise obscure your identity.
Do not republish the content of Air Mail messages without permission of the message author and NBAA.
Air Mail posts may not be republished without the permission of both NBAA and the original author or authors.
Do not forward copyrighted material to Air Mail unless you have permission to do so.
As a general rule, NBAA members should not distribute or incorporate material that had been retrieved or copied from another website or publication, unless usage of such material meets the legal definition of “fair use” or you have received permission from the copyright owner.
Do not post duplicate messages to Air Mail.
Posting the same message to Air Mail more than once per day is prohibited. Subscribers may not use any method to circumvent Air Mail’s duplicate message content checks.
Do not cross-post messages.
Please do not post the same message on multiple lists. Cross-posting will clutter inboxes for Air Mail Listserv subscribers, and create duplicate, incomplete discussions in Air Mail Forums. Usually there is one list that is appropriate for your question or topic. If you are unsure where to post your message, please email email@example.com. Note: NBAA may send Air Mail administration messages to multiple lists.
Do not post charter availability posts and trip requests to NBAA Air Mail lists other than the Charter Availability announcement list.
Charter availability posts (i.e. one ways) and trip requests may be posted only to the Charter Availability announcement list.
Do not post resumes or job openings to Air Mail.
Resumes, job openings and contract employee announcements may not be posted on Air Mail lists. Business Aviation Jobs resource is the venue for full-time business aviation opportunities, contract jobs and candidate resumes. NBAA members can post contract job opportunities and any available internships for free. Contract job listings will not only be included in the job board itself, they will be shared on NBAA’s Twitter account for additional visibility.
Air Mail is provided as a service of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). NBAA is not responsible for the opinions and information posted on Air Mail by others. NBAA disclaims all warranties with regard to information posted on Air Mal, whether posted by NBAA or its members. In no event shall NBAA be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data, or profits, arising out of or in connection with the use of or performance of any information posted on Air Mail.
NBAA does not actively monitor Air Mail for inappropriate posts and does not on its own undertake editorial control of postings. However, in the event that any inappropriate post is brought to the attention of NBAA, appropriate action will be taken.
Members who violate the rules above, or engage in other conduct on Air Mail that is detrimental to NBAA, its members or the business aviation community, may be suspended from Air Mail. NBAA reserves the right to remove or edit Air Mail posts at any time. For additional information on web forum and listserv best practices, review the Air Mail Communications Guidelines.