The 2022 NBAA-BACE will feature special events and dozens of education sessions covering topics of interest to all attendees, from those considering the use of an airplane to support their business needs, to those who have long used an airplane to help their business succeed.

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022  |  Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022  |  Monday, Oct. 17, 2022
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022  |  Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022
Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 |  Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Exhibitor Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Exhibitor Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Building and Leading Highly Effective Teams at Work (Day 1 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenters:
Lisa Archambeau, CAM, ServiceElements
Karen Davies, CAM, ServiceElements
Bob Hobbi, ServiceElements

To be successful, organizations need effective and productive teams with engaged and motivated team members who have shared goals, open communication and respect for each other. This interactive two-day course is designed to make participants think differently about teams and how they function, especially in the business aviation environment. Participants will gain tools and skills needed to develop, lead and be a part of a highly effective team, whether co-located or remote. This course will also address the impact of the pandemic on teams and teamwork and provide insight into leading and motivating teams post-pandemic.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course fulfills NBAA PDP Objective Business Management BM6.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Management Fundamentals for Flight Departments Workshop (Day 1 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Walter Kraujalis, AeronomX

This two-day workshop gives flight department managers key information about safe operations, regulatory compliance, basic management practices, budgeting and accounting, cost controls, vendor selection and tracking, records and reports, planning for the future and other issues. Other topics covered in the workshop include: personnel issues, internal and external communications, case studies, templates and forms and checklists that are useful in daily flight management.

This course meets NBAA PDP Leadership Objectives L2 and L3.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Aviation Security and Awareness Training

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Kristopher Cannon, Aviation Secure, Inc.

This PDP course will provide you and your flight department with the relevant tools you need to be secure – on the road, at your base and in your personal lives. Learn where security breaches have occurred with other flight departments and crews, and use those lessons to ensure better results in those scenarios. Course topics include active shooter survival, enhanced hotel security, rideshare vulnerabilities, personal protection, security culture, crafting security policies and more.

This course meets NBAA PDP Leadership Objective Ops 8.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Aircraft Display Exhibitor Registration

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference (Day 1 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

The Tax Conference attracts nearly 300 aviation attorneys, CPAs, financial advisors, CFOs, aircraft owners and business aviation professionals to connect with and hear directly from industry experts about the latest tax, regulatory and risk management planning strategies.

This conference is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Monday, Oct. 17, 2022

7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Exhibitor and Press Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Aircraft Display Exhibitor and Press Registration

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Building and Leading Highly Effective Teams at Work (Day 2 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenters:
Lisa Archambeau, CAM, ServiceElements
Karen Davies, CAM, ServiceElements
Bob Hobbi, ServiceElements

To be successful, organizations need effective and productive teams with engaged and motivated team members who have shared goals, open communication and respect for each other. This interactive two-day course is designed to make participants think differently about teams and how they function, especially in the business aviation environment. Participants will gain tools and skills needed to develop, lead and be a part of a highly effective team, whether co-located or remote. This course will also address the impact of the pandemic on teams and teamwork and provide insight into leading and motivating teams post-pandemic.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course fulfills NBAA PDP Objective Business Management BM6.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Management Fundamentals for Flight Departments Workshop (Day 2 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Walter Kraujalis, AeronomX

This two-day workshop gives flight department managers key information about safe operations, regulatory compliance, basic management practices, budgeting and accounting, cost controls, vendor selection and tracking, records and reports, planning for the future and other issues. Other topics covered in the workshop include: personnel issues, internal and external communications, case studies, templates and forms and checklists that are useful in daily flight management.

This course meets NBAA PDP Leadership Objectives L2 and L3.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: SMS for Business Aviation

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Dr. Daniel Prather, D.B.A., CAM, A.A.E., Aviation Training Solutions

This course will provide a thorough review of safety management systems (SMS), including benefits, objectives, risk management, safety assurance and promotion. Both FAA and ICAO guidance will be reviewed. By fully understanding SMS fundamentals, the participant will be able to contribute to the development of an SMS program for their business aviation department, or simply support an existing SMS. By adopting an SMS, business aviation departments will realize new efficiencies and greater safety, thereby producing benefits for the entire organization and furthering the business aviation industry.

This course meets NBAA PDP Leadership Objective Ops 6.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Your Most Effective Employee Engagement Tool: Performance Reviews

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Dr. Shari Frisinger

Are your performance evaluations routine, humdrum and irrelevant to actual performance? Do your evaluations lack the value and impetus needed to make them worth your time? This course shows you how to capitalize on your team’s individual strengths while maintaining a strong safety culture. After this course you will be able to recognize and identify individual personality and communication characteristics, their thought processes, along with what motivates, stresses and de-stresses them. Miscommunication will be demystified, and the root causes of assumptions will be shared. Mitigating miscommunication and recognizing assumptions and biases are essential to subdue and resolve defensiveness. The course will walk through the performance evaluation process step by step, from planning performance based on agreed-upon indicators to the types of questions to ask to mentoring and coaching employees – both high performers and those who need a little extra assistance.

This course meets NBAA PDP Leadership Objective HR4.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This course is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference (Day 2 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

The Tax Conference attracts nearly 300 aviation attorneys, CPAs, financial advisors, CFOs, aircraft owners and business aviation professionals to connect with and hear directly from industry experts about the latest tax, regulatory and risk management planning strategies.

This conference is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Flight Attendant Lead/Manager Forum

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

This pre-convention forum – open to in-flight managers and lead flight attendants – will focus on sharing solutions to common departmental issues and workload difficulties, as well as strategies to improve performance. The forum will feature an open discussion and information exchange, so bring your questions and industry-related tips to share with your peers. There is a $75 dollar fee for this forum, which can be added during the registration process.

1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

2022 Small Operator Symposium

Location: Orange County Convention Center

The Small Operator Symposium is a half-day event focused on small flight department management and operations. Small flight department managers will be able to participate in audience-captivating sessions on how to balance the many moving parts of operating and managing their flight department all while maintaining and fostering an environment built for safety. Subject matter experts will lead discussions and opportunities for audience activities and engagement throughout each session.

Register to attend the Small Operator Symposium through 2022 NBAA-BACE Registration.

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022

7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Aircraft Display Registration

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Exhibit Halls & Indoor Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Exhibit Hall

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Supporting UAS in Your Flight Department

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

Should the flight department embrace unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations as an extension of “business aviation”? The aircraft and missions may be drastically different, but a successful UAS operation shares the same aviation fundamental foundation as the corporate flight department. Learn how to accept and enjoy the opportunity to successfully support your company’s UAS initiatives.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Growing the Aviation Maintenance Workforce

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

Business aviation’s aircraft maintenance and repair industry faces a critical shortage of trained AMTs – both A&Ps and repairmen. This segment of the industry often supports Part 91 business operations and the GA sector, making the competition for qualified AMTs even more challenging. To overcome the historical competition between Part 135 and specialized shops and Part 91 shops supporting both business and GA operations, a new industry-centric solution focused on developing and deploying a sustainable pipeline of AMTs is needed to grow business aviation and avoid a lack of high-demand services as AMTs and repairmen retire.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Climate Risks & Business Aviation

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

Join us for an introduction, categorization and explanation of the climate risks facing business aviation. We’ll also include predictions and estimations of the impact climate has on the industry. Participants will walk away from this session with a better understanding of why this is so relevant for our industry, and how climate risks could impact the industry’s future survival.

11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

DE&I in Business Aviation – Practical Implementation

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

How can a variety of business aviation organizations, like aircraft operators, FBOs and other service providers, successfully introduce diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) principles into their daily operations? Attend this session to get guidance and practical tips to building your organization’s DE&I strategy.

11a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Meet the Regulators

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

Join us for a discussion with FAA’s senior leadership, including FAA’s Chief Counsel, Marc Nichols, and other senior agency officials for insight on several important topics including safety management systems, training programs, MELs, the upcoming equipment deadlines and other important operational issues affecting business aviation.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

The Effect of Servant Leadership on Organizational Commitment and Safety Citizenship

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

Employee engagement in an organization’s safety management system has been a challenge for operators across all aviation sectors. Added to that are ongoing labor shortages that are making it difficult for organizations to find and keep good people. In this session, we will explore how a deliberate, “from behind” approach to leadership – namely servant leadership – can inspire an emotional attachment to an organization. We will explore how this attachment to the organization inspires individuals to perform actions not required in their job descriptions to improve the safety of the organization. Servant leadership and the associated benefits from many other industries will be covered. We will also discuss organizational and affective commitment, safety citizenship behavior, and review practical steps to take towards becoming a servant leader, increasing commitment, and fostering engagement in the organization’s safety management system.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Prepping Yourself and Your Plane to Travel the World

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

Being ready to take an international trip might seem simple, but if you’re not really prepared it can quickly become complicated. It’s important to make sure you have all the authorizations you need, so you’re ready for something like a surprise ramp inspection, if it comes up on your next trip abroad. Learn the ins and outs of LOAs, who needs them, how to get them and all the new FAA processes that are making them easier to get. This session will also highlight the most commonly encountered ramp inspection issues and how to navigate them.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

The Critical Role of Diversity in MRO Leadership

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

There is a lot of responsibility that comes with cultivating global industries that focus on innovation with a critical element being diversity in the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO). This means bringing many different perspectives, ideas, personalities, and backgrounds, to create an environment that thrives – and provides solutions to an equally diverse customer base. It is important for leadership to empower diversity and inclusion, stand against the industry norms, and create positive change in order to improve the health of your organization. Real impact is not made by empowering diversity through checkbox action. It’s living the value and ensuring from the top down that those values align with your organization and are empowered by fellow leadership.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

PRIA and PRD for the Business Aircraft Operator

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

This session will discuss the new requirements for certain business aircraft operators to comply with reporting requirements under the Pilot Records Improvement Act (PRIA) and the Pilot Records Database (PRD). Operators will learn to identify what information they need to retain regarding pilots, what information needs to be produced in response to a PRIA request, and use of the PRD to produce responsive documents.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

How Safe is the Food on Your Flight?

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

As the saying goes, you are what you eat. So if the food is not handled properly on your flights, are your flights themselves safe? Food safety is a critical part of our industry. Join us for this session to learn what steps it takes to protect the food you serve passengers and crew.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Managing Changing International Operations

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

In response to a recent Business Aviation Insider poll, the International Operators Committee will participate in a moderated panel discussion that will examine best practices for staying current on the changing international operations regulations and requirements. You’ll also hear about ways operators can best identify and manage the differences between the FAA and other international regulatory authorities.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The Global Effect: How Being Mission Ready Has Changed

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

The global pandemic created a multi-year new dynamic and provided operators, service providers and other business aviation members more challenges than answers. Join us to discuss how they are navigating through parts shortages, labor shortages and other pitfalls – and hear how operators are adapting to changes and coming up with solutions.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Leading with Intent

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

So many times, people confuse being in a position of authority with being a leader. The “Leading with Intent” strategy helps identify the specific qualities that define a leader and shows how leaders can be intentional in their interactions with their team. This interactive session will include group participation activities, polls, videos and real life examples of how intentional leadership can transform the culture within an organization.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Transitioning to Self-Service International Trip Support

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

More and more operators are choosing to do more of their international trip planning in-house. This session will explore the best practices of transitioning to self-service international trip planning, including advice on flight planning, ground handling, permits, regulatory approvals and much more. The session will also provide a number of tips and techniques that will help operators smoothly transition to being self-sufficient when planning and executing their international missions. We will discuss common pitfalls of self-handling and ways to overcome these issues, while providing a number of resources for success.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The Other Side of an Emergency

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

Get the perspective of an aviation emergency from the first responders on the ground. Pilots, flight attendants and flight technicians are trained in procedures to evacuate the aircraft, but how are airport emergency personnel trained and what are they expecting from us or would like to see from us? This session will improve your awareness of the complete happenings during an emergency situation – beyond what’s happening in the physical aircraft.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Elevating Situational Awareness for Operational Resilience

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

Recent global events underscore the need to elevate your operation’s safety profile. Doubling down on preventative measures for a growing list of risk factors requires a new level of situational awareness that includes operational safety and the health and personal security of your crew and passengers. Better data and insight lead to better decisions. In a connected world, a consistent challenge during times of crisis is misinformation. It is critical that quality information can be identified and interpreted by professionals to safeguard employee well-being. This information is also used to support balanced risk management decision-making proportionate to the threat faced. Learn from real cases MedAire has assisted in resolving and how to avoid these issues in your own operations.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Choices and Chances: What to Know About Flying Part 91 vs. Part 135

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

The difference between flying Part 91 and Part 135 perplexes first-time and even repeat aircraft buyers. This presentation will explain the differences, the cost proposition and the risk management profile of each from the perspectives of the flight department and management. Join us to hear the benefits and burdens on owners and lessees.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Jet Fuel Pricing Volatility, Managing the Budget

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

This session will examine the factors influencing pricing volatility in the various regions within the United States today. You’ll start with learning the fundamentals, and then move into the technical and geo-political reasons why price spikes have occurred. Next, you’ll examine the impacts that are limiting shale oil production as it relates to the increased production of jet fuel in the U.S. Lastly, the session will provide an introduction to the various risk management tools for managing jet fuel pricing volatility utilized by refiners, traders and commercial airlines.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

It’s Not What You Said…

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

Have you felt like you lost a little of who you have become as you try to conform to your post-pandemic work culture? Although most operational personnel have returned to working in the same environment, many of us may have forgotten how to harmoniously work together. Our industry is based on relationships within the flight department, with clients, vendors and our peers. One quick incorrect assumption or inappropriate reaction can instantly be the demise of any professional relationship. This session will dive deep into the everyday, subtle, intentional, and oftentimes unintentional, interactions or behaviors that communicate some sort of bias – also known as micro-aggressions. Remember: it’s not what you said – it’s what they think they heard.

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Aircraft Display Registration

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Exhibit Halls & Indoor Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Exhibit Hall

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Foundations of a Successful Catering Order

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

In this session, both international and domestic caterers will talk about catering orders from their perspective, and delve into the common mistakes made that could, not only cause a catering mishap, but also break a budget. There will also be a discussion with expert caterers on techniques to make your catering go farther, working within a strict budget.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Managing Upwards: Building Successful Relationships Between Senior Leadership and the Team

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

Oftentimes, there is a gulf between those of us on the frontlines and those in senior leadership positions. Senior leadership is focused on program efficiency, budgets, increased pressure from stakeholders, and number of other tasks. Support personnel are tasked with turning the impossible into reality. There is a large gap between theory/goals and application. A number of support personnel, including pilots, schedulers, dispatchers, maintenance professionals and others find themselves unequipped with the skills and intricacies of “managing upwards.” Consequently, many of those in management positions are unaware of the daily challenges and burdens of the support teams. This session will attempt to bridge the gap and improve conversation between these two groups. The session will also discuss setting expectations with third-parties and other stakeholders who may not fully understand the aviation landscape.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Current Compensation Configurations: Clumsy, Creative or Competitive?

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

Join us to find out if you’re getting what you’re worth! This session will be an overview of compensation structures, combined with a presentation of survey research that was conducted over the summer of 2022. The survey will measure perceptions of compensation combinations from the perspective of those being compensated and will be targeted at members of participating organizations in the NBAA compensation survey.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Privacy in the ADS-B Era

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

For VIPs and high-net-worth clients, maintaining privacy is a huge priority, not just to avoid fans and paparazzi, but also for their safety. This session will examine the various tools available to limit aircraft tracking. Attendees will walk away knowing all the tools available to limit the ability of nefarious parties to track their aircraft’s movements.

1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Piloting Social Media in #BIZAV

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

Join leading communications professionals from the business aviation industry to review the latest social media platforms and how they’re used within general aviation and beyond. Engage with industry social media experts to hear the latest news about major platforms, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok. Learn how to elevate your personal and professional/corporate brand using social media and discover best practices in these evolving social media platforms.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The Benefits of Creating an LLC

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

Do you work on a contract basis? Is it time to set up an LLC? This session can answer these questions and more! Learn the pros and cons of creating an LLC if you are a contract flight attendant, flight technician or pilot. In this session, you’ll also hear about tax implications and benefits.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Fitness for Duty: The Foundation to Professionalism (Human Resources)

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

Pursue excellence and professionalism by preparing for each flight as a professional athlete would – aiming for peak performance each time. The Fitness for Duty model is based on the ancient Greek holistic approach to mind and body, but pushes the envelope to explore professionalism as it relates to leadership, and serving each other in that capacity. Investigate how current levels of stress through COVID have affected our ability to perform at the highest level. Learn how the necessity for sleep, nutrition and physical activity is the foundation for a healthy mind and provide practical applications for each. Walk away knowing techniques used by Navy Seals and to promote an active, engaged and focused mind. Finally, hear how, through interconnectedness and fostering each other’s leadership skills, we will then push together towards better and more fulfilling careers and community.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Pursuing Professional Development Opportunities and Making the Case for Employer Support

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

No one is born an aviation professional. Richard Branson is quoted as saying “Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.” In order for business aviation to thrive, we must provide quality training to equip each person to execute their tasks safely and effectively. This session will uncover the power you have inside to get your manager to support your professional development opportunities. When you’re a stronger team member, it makes for a better team.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Urban Air Mobility: Creating the Future Airspace Operations

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

Urban air mobility (UAM) and advanced air mobility (AAM) are transformative technologies that will revolutionize how cargo and passengers are locally transported. This highly disruptive technology will transform transportation domain as we know it. Imagine an urban landscape where roads are no longer part of the topography, but the airspace above is full of aerial vehicles safely transporting persons and property. Un-crewed air traffic management, new technicians and new models of aviation business will be required as technological advancement and market demand increases. How will the industry respond? These technological advancements have prompted significant public policy challenges and the need for new laws regarding navigable airspace. How will regulations change to meet the required developments? How will the workforce be developed at the high school and post-secondary institutions of higher education? This presentation will be an intensive examination on the technological, regulatory and educational influences on the creation of the Urban Airspace Environment.

2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Workforce Transformation: Developing and Building High Performing Teams

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1

Everyone on your team plays a role in meeting customer needs and expectations, and ensuring a safe operation. Collaboration and overcommunication between all trip team members – including executive administrators, schedulers, dispatchers, technicians and crew – are essential to operational success. Additionally, to wow your customers, operate safely, be innovative and accomplish business growth, it takes a team working together with the same goals. This session will explore the dynamics of high-performing teams. You’ll walk away with tools and techniques to improve communication, encourage inclusiveness and overcome barriers at work.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Tomorrow’s Flight Department – The Opportunities and Challenges of AAM Integration (Operations)

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230AB

Is your flight department ready for emerging aircraft technologies? This panel session will address advanced air mobility (AAM) and the technologies associated with it. You will learn how these advanced technologies can change our global future for the good – as well as the challenges that must first be overcome to do so, particularly at the local level. You’ll then dive into the barriers that are currently keeping these technologies grounded, such as community acceptance, infrastructure, and legal, regulatory and policy hurdles.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Separate Business Entity Legal Issues: Recognizing and Avoiding FAA Regulatory Traps

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230CD

Business entities that exist solely for the purpose of owning and operating aircraft (i.e., LLCs or corporations) are generally considered commercial operators by the FAA. As commercial operators, they must possess FAA FAR Part 135 certificates if they have operational control when their aircraft are used as non-scheduled commercial transportation for any affiliated individuals and/or companies. This is called the “corporate flight department trap.” This presentation will address the FAA’s increased focus on stopping “illegal charters,” the multiple legal problems associated with such operations, and ways to avoid liability and other risks through contractual and operational solutions.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Environmental Sustainability 101

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230EF

Join NBAA’s Environmental Subcommittee for a session covering the basics of environmental sustainability and its implications for the planet and industry. You will learn about what environmental sustainability means for the business aviation community and the major concepts and developments happening in the industry. You will also walk away with a new understanding of why sustainability should be a priority for everyone – now more than ever!

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Tired of Being Tired?

Location: Orange County Convention Center, S230GH

From King Airs to Globals, all crew get fatigued – cabin crew, pilots and technicians. Learn how common scenarios induce fatigue and the short- and long-term effects it has on your team. You’ll also learn best practices for minimizing fatigue through planning and operating practices.

4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Tough Topics, Honest Conversations

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Education Theater 1
Join members from NBAA’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) Working Group for an interactive panel discussion on the topic of race, diversity and human experiences, where division is the default. All voices are welcome and will be heard in an effort to answer tough questions and address feelings from various perspectives.

Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Registration

Location: Orange County Convention Center

8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Aircraft Display Registration

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Exhibit Halls & Indoor Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orange County Convention Center, Exhibit Hall

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Aircraft Display Open

Location: Orlando Executive Airport

Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Aviation Leadership (Day 1 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Scott Moore, Moore Life Leadership

Leadership is crucial to the future of business aviation. This course will increase your own personal leadership competencies and teach you how to lead and inspire the people in your life. Through a review of current leadership theories and practices, you will learn how to create your own personal leadership brand to motivate and inspire the people on your team. You will practice giving and receiving feedback, and learn how to develop measurable personal and departmental goals to help create success in your organization. Through practical exercises, you will practice the communication skills needed to increase personal connections, build trust and become an inspirational leader who makes a positive difference in the lives of others. You will also explore ways to increase employee engagement and workplace diversity.

This course covers PDP leadership objectives: L1, L2 and L3.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

NBAA PDP Course: Aviation Leadership (Day 2 of 2)

Location: Hyatt Regency Orlando

Presenter: Scott Moore, Moore Life Leadership

Leadership is crucial to the future of business aviation. This course will increase your own personal leadership competencies and teach you how to lead and inspire the people in your life. Through a review of current leadership theories and practices, you will learn how to create your own personal leadership brand to motivate and inspire the people on your team. You will practice giving and receiving feedback, and learn how to develop measurable personal and departmental goals to help create success in your organization. Through practical exercises, you will practice the communication skills needed to increase personal connections, build trust and become an inspirational leader who makes a positive difference in the lives of others. You will also explore ways to increase employee engagement and workplace diversity.

This course covers PDP leadership objectives: L1, L2 and L3.

Registration for this course includes full registration to NBAA-BACE.

This session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

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