Essential to Protecting the Future of Business Aviation
Members of the National Business Aviation Association understand how aviation plays a crucial role in helping American companies optimize their efficiency, competitiveness and success. From its founding in 1947, NBAA has been squarely focused on representing you, and fostering a policy agenda that promotes business aviation in the U.S. and around the world. As part of that mission, NBAA has helped shape public policy in every Washington corridor, while also enhancing safety and security standards, and supporting members’ everyday needs.
That said, NBAA can’t fully carry out its mission to represent the industry’s importance in the halls among civic leaders and other decision-makers without a key voice: yours. So how can you help? Join the Leadership Council members who are focused on ensuring that business aviation is as strong five, 10 and 25 years from now as it is today.
Leadership Council support helps ensure NBAA can continue trumpeting the value of business aviation with initiatives like the No Plane No Gain advocacy campaign, which drives perceptions about business aviation with policymakers and opinion leaders. Leadership Council backing strengthens NBAA’s efforts to address workforce challenges. Equally important, Leadership Council support has been critical in fighting attempts to limit your access to airports and airspace, including attempts to privatize air traffic control.
No one can convey the essential nature of business aviation to local communities and the national economy more effectively than the business aviation community itself. In order to advance policies and perceptions that promote the growth of business aviation, our industry must be an aggressive advocate in Washington and with the media. If we don’t take charge of our own destiny, others will. Learn more below.
Join NBAA’s Leadership Council
Leadership Council Membership Benefits
Leadership Council membership includes:
- Regular detailed political briefings on the state of the industry, including the weekly Leadership Council Briefings webinars.
- Recognition of Leadership Council participation in Business Aviation Insider, nbaa.org, the Show Guide for NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition and at NBAA events throughout the year
- A premium listing in the NBAA Products & Services Directory
- Two complimentary tickets to the NBAA/CAN Reception held during the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
- Two invitations to the Leadership Council Reception at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
- And more!
For more information or to become a Leadership Council member, contact Lyndse F. Costabile, at 904-860-1886 or email@example.com.
NBAA’s Leadership Council is made up of individuals and businesses as diverse as the business aviation community itself. These companies all have one attribute in common – they have chosen to make it a priority to strengthen NBAA in support of its mission to promote an environment that fosters business aviation in the U.S. and around the world. Review the current list of Leadership Council members.
News about NBAA’s Leadership Council
“NBAA’s Leadership Council is not only advocating for business aviation today, it’s become key to the organization’s work to ensure that business aviation is strong five, 10 and 25 years from now.”
“When business aviation is attacked politically, NBAA’s Leadership Council plays a critical role in getting the facts in front of policymakers…”
“NBAA’s Leadership Council reached a record-high membership level in 2017, with more than 130 member companies benefiting from top-level staff briefings about political issues that may affect their businesses, including the proposed ATC privatization legislation…”
“NBAA Leadership Council members will be among the first people in business aviation to learn how the election could affect their businesses, as they will be invited to a private webinar featuring an election-year briefing from NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen, as well as insights from policy experts representing the Republican and Democratic viewpoints…”
“NBAA’s Leadership Council was formed about five years ago as a means for members to make an added investment to help NBAA accomplish its mission of promoting business aviation…”