Forward-Looking Education Sessions Offered Live, On-Demand During NBAA-BACE
Aug. 17, 2021
The 2021 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Las Vegas, NV, once again will be the place to learn more about the latest industry trends and take advantage of a wide range of educational opportunities targeting every segment of business aviation.
More than 50 sessions – including pre- and post-show Professional Development Program courses; the Single Pilot Safety Standdown; the National Safety Forum; the Small Operator Symposium; and the Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference – will be offered before, during and after the convention.
“Regardless of the topics you are interested in, NBAA-BACE has you covered,” said Tyler Austin, NBAA director, certification.
“We will have education sessions in-person and on-demand,” added Austin. “So, no matter your level of engagement, we will have opportunities for our community to stay up-to-date on these important topics. Education sessions presented in-person will be recorded so NBAA-BACE attendees do not have to miss out on all of this great content.”
Here’s just a sampling of some of the topics that will be covered:
- Advanced Air Mobility
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- Domestic and International Operations
- Tax and Regulatory Updates
- Safety & Security
“Advanced Air Mobility is front and center again this year. We have a great opportunity to bring industry and government officials together to provide updates about the certification process,” said Austin. “We will have a number of opportunities to hear from subject matter experts regarding sustainable aviation fuel, carbon offset programs and more.”
Any person who attends an NBAA convention, conference, seminar or other program grants permission to NBAA, its employees and agents (collectively "NBAA") to record his or her visual/audio images, including, but not limited to, photographs, digital images, voices, sound or video recordings, audio clips, or accompanying written descriptions, and, without notifying such person, to use his or her name and such images for any purpose of NBAA, including advertisements for NBAA and its programs.