Oct. 19, 2019

Las Vegas is known for unique sites, but a caravan of aircraft rolling down the streets of the city is enough to stop anyone in their tracks. Between the overnight hours of Oct. 18-19, 50 workers moved 8 aircraft nearly 3 miles from Atlantic Aviation at McCarran International Airport to the Las Vegas Convention Center for the National Business Aviation Association’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), which runs Oct. 22-24. The aircraft will make up the indoor aircraft display – a popular feature of the show.

“There’s a lot of challenges that we have to plan for – the police escorts and wide load permits – so it’s organized and good project management.,” said Joe Hart, NBAA’s director of aircraft displays and regional forums.

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