NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) is the year’s most significant media event for the business aviation industry. This event brings together business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, corporate aviation department personnel and all manner of people involved in nearly all aspects of business aviation.
NBAA-BACE Draws to Close After Successful Week
As NBAA-BACE wraps up an action-packed week in Las Vegas, watch highlights of the all the biggest moments from this year’s show.
Future Aviation Leaders in Focus at NBAA-BACE
NBAA-BACE shines a light on future business aviation leaders like Dreams Soar founder Shaesta Waiz, who just completed a 145-day solo flight around the world to share her passion for aviation with children.
NBAA Young Professionals Group Connects Rising Industry Leaders
NBAA Young Professionals in Business Aviation (YoPro) Chair Chris Quiocho discusses the group’s efforts to connect the next generation of business aviation leaders through events, educational opportunities and social media initiatives.
“Sully” Sets the Record Straight on Privatized ATC
Miracle on the Hudson pilot “Sully” Sullenberger, winner of the 2017 NBAA American Spirit Award, talks about H.R. 2997’s proposal to hand control of our nation’s airspace to private interests.
NBAA Honors Aviation Heroes Who Flew Humanitarian Relief Missions in 2017
During a special presentation on Oct. 11 at NBAA-BACE, NBAA awarded its Al Ueltschi Award for Humanitarian Leadership to the everyday heroes in the general aviation community who flew critical relief missions to areas affected by hurricanes and earthquakes in 2017.
Product Spotlight – 135 Air Carrier Management
Advertorial: NBAA TV visits 135 Air Carrier Management at Booth #C6915, where attendees can request personal demonstrations of the company’s FAA-approved flight operations management system.
Inspirational Pilot Shaesta Waiz Talks to NBAA TV at NBAA-BACE
Five days after completing her around-the-world solo flight – a 145-day, 24,800-nautical mile trip intended to promote STEM education – Dreams Soar founder Shaesta Waiz spoke with NBAA TV about the successful journey.
Medical Response Pioneer Joan Sullivan Garrett Honored with Meritorious Service Award
Former MedAire CEO Joan Sullivan Garrett is the recipient of NBAA’s 2017 Meritorious Service to Aviation Award, which recognizes extraordinary lifelong contributions to aviation.
NTSB Chairman Sumwalt: Business Aviation Has Great Safety Record
Moments before addressing the crowd at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) Opening General Session, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt discussed his agency’s cooperation with the business aviation industry to promote safety standards.
Business Aviation History on Display as NBAA Celebrates 70th Anniversary
NBAA is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a look back at business aviation history. Several vintage aircraft from the earliest days of business aviation, including the groundbreaking Douglas DC-3, are on display at Henderson Executive Airport.
Legendary Pilot Sean Tucker is Ready to Fight ATC Privatization
Acclaimed aerobatic pilot Sean Tucker – a Living Legend of Aviation who was personally chosen by Bob Hoover to receive the Hoover Trophy – strongly oppses attempts to privatize America’s ATC system.
Business Aviation Community Provided Critical Lifeline to Hurricane Victims
In recognition of the extraordinary relief efforts following the natural disasters this year, NBAA is proud to award the association’s 2017 Al Ueltschi Humanitarian Award to the business aviation community
Famed Aircraft Engineer Pres Henne Receives 2017 Doswell Award
Former Gulfstream Senior Vice President Pres Henne is the recipient of NBAA’s 2017 John P. “Jack” Doswell Award, given to individuals who have demonstrated a history of service on the industry’s behalf.
Apollo 13 Hero Jim Lovell Sees Bright Future for Aviation
NBAA TV caught up with Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell before today’s NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) Opening General Session, where the aerospace legend expressed his optimism for the future of aviation
Technology, Business Opportunities Shine at NBAA-BACE
Cutting-edge technology, highly anticipated aircraft debuts and unparalleled access to business partners – NBAA-BACE has everything a business aviation professional could want.
NBAA-BACE Product Spotlight – Universal Avionics Systems Corp.
Advertorial: NBAA TV visits Universal Avionics Systems Corp. at NBAA-BACE Booth #N2821, where attendees can request personal demonstrations of the company’s InSight Display System and CPDLC throughout the show. For more information, visit the Universal Avionics website: https://www.uasc.com
NBAA-BACE Static Display Reaches New Heights
Join NBAATV for a high-flying tour of the NBAA-BACE static display at Henderson Executive Airport. “We’ve got 85 aircraft on display here, everything from the newest generation to vintage aircraft built in the 30s and 40s,” said Joe Hart, NBAA’s Director of Static Displays. Hart also discussed the enhanced security measures at this year’s show, which include 100% ID checks, baggage screening and additional staff onsite with K-9 units.
Leaders, Legends Agree – Say No to ATC Privatization
What do Apollo 13 Commander Jim Lovell, country music superstar Dierks Bentley and Capt. “Sully” Sullenberger from the Miracle on the Hudson have in common? They all agree that legislation to privatize our nation’s airspace will undermine the safest and most efficient air traffic control system in the world.
Business Aviation Community Gives Back to Las Vegas
As NBAA-BACE returns to Las Vegas for the 7th time, the business aviation community stands united with the people of this strong city.
Learn how you can support those affected by last week’s tragic events.
NBAA’s Ed Bolen: Business Aviation Stands With Las Vegas
As Las Vegas prepares to host the 2017 NBAA-BACE, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen reaffirmed the industry’s support for the city in the wake of last week’s tragic shooting. “We recognize that there is a great deal of heartbreak in this city, but we also know that Las Vegas is strong,” said Bolen. Bolen also noted that heightened security measures will be in place throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center to ensure attendee safety.
Take a Drone Tour of NBAA-BACE Exhibits Under Construction
Linda Peters, NBAA vice president of exhibits, gives an overview of the 2017 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) exhibits, including the new exhibitor pavilion, the opening general session area, NBAA’s booth and the indoor static display of 11 aircraft. NBAA-BACE will feature nearly 1,100 exhibitors from 36 countries. Exhibits open at Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 10 a.m.
Make Way for the NBAA-BACE Parade of Planes
Overnight a dozen airplanes wound their way through the streets of Las Vegas from McCarran International Airport to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) for the 2017 NBAA-BACE, held Oct. 10-12. The indoor static display will feature a Pilatus PC-24, an Aero L-39 Albatross, a Stratos and more. In addition, nearly 100 of the world’s most cutting-edge business aircraft will be on display at Henderson Executive Airport.
Get Ready for NBAA-BACE
Are you ready for the three biggest days in business aviation this year? NBAA-BACE is just around the corner, so make sure you’re ready to make the most of your convention experience. The video includes exhibit hall and static display hours, as well as other information you need before you head to Las Vegas. About 27,000 people are expected to attend this year’s event, and this video welcomes everyone to the show.
NBAA Celebrates 70 Years of Advocating for Business Aviation
At this year’s NBAA-BACE, the association will celebrate its 70th anniversary. Since 1947, NBAA has been advocating for the industry on Capitol Hill, promoting safety initiatives to improve business aviation operations and supporting professional growth and development of those in the industry.
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