July 15, 2020

New, Digital Business Aviation Insider Magazine Now Has Your News Anytime, Anywhere

NBAA has unveiled a new, online version of its flagship magazine, Business Aviation Insider.
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July 14, 2020

Virtual IOC2020: Keep Track of Changes to NAT Operations

Operators traveling between the United States and Europe will want to pay close attention to recent changes impacting flight procedures in the North Atlantic Track. NAT operations are the subject of an upcoming NBAA GO Virtual IOC2020 session, set for 11 a.m. (EDT) on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
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July/Aug 2020

UAM – A Whole New Ballgame

To operate safely and efficiently, urban air mobility vehicles will require a new air traffic management system that operates differently than today’s ATC system.
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July 14, 2020

NBAA News Hour: COVID Creates ‘Pivotal Time’ for Flying Neighborly

Decreased air traffic levels during the pandemic may cause aircraft noise to be more noticeable – making it even more important now for pilots to be good neighbors to communities around airports. Flying neighborly was the topic of the July 14, 2020, NBAA News Hour webinar COVID-19 Changing Aviation Noise Expectations: New “Fly Quiet” Info You Need.
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July 14, 2020

Virtual Maintenance Conference: Industry Plays Key Role in Emergence of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

The business aviation industry continues to play a leading role in the adoption of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), The emergence of SAF was detailed in the NBAA GO Virtual Maintenance Conference session, Sustainable Aviation Fuels - A Maintenance Perspective.
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July 14, 2020

NBAA Comments Support FAA’s Supersonic Aircraft Noise Standards

NBAA reiterated its support for guidance outlined in an FAA NPRM to develop new standards for noise certification of supersonic aircraft operating in the U.S.
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July 13, 2020

NBAA News Hour: Evolving COVID-19 Restrictions Add Challenges for Operators

The renewed surge of COVID-19 cases across the country has once again led to closures of ATC facilities and the return of travel restrictions and quarantines at state and international levels.
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July 13, 2020

Podcast: COVID BizAv Recovery Optimistic, But Measured

Two industry experts from Wyvern and Argus International discuss how they expect business aviation will grow and evolve for the rest of this year and beyond.
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July 10, 2020

FAA Safety Alerts Highlight Potential for COVID-Related, ATC-Zero Events

Due to COVID-19, the FAA has issued SAFOs recommending operators familiarize themselves with Oceanic and Terminal Airspace procedures for the closure of ATC facilities with little notice.
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July 10, 2020

NBAA, NATA Challenge USA Today’s Portrait of Charter Companies

A USA Today story distorted business aviation charter companies, including Clay Lacy Aviation, and the impact of the COVID -19 crisis on businesses like it, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen and National Air Transportation Association President and CEO Tim Obitts wrote in a letter to the newspaper in defense of the industry.
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July/Aug 2020

Business Aviation Innovating Faster Than Ever

NBAA not only recognizes the rapid pace of technological change; we are helping facilitate it in ways that support our mission to foster the growth of business aviation worldwide.
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July 9, 2020

Expanding Workforce Diversity Requires Moving Beyond Personal Biases

A candid discussion, featured as part of the July 8, 2020, Corporate Jet Investor (CJI) Global 2020 virtual conference, examined how business aviation companies can become stronger through expanding their workforce and the diversity of their recruiting pool.
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July 9, 2020

New Procedures in Place for North Atlantic Tango Routes

International operators should note revised procedures when operating in the North Atlantic. The primary changes concern Tango Routes.
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July 9, 2020

FAA Releases Policy Letter Regarding Part 91 Minimum Equipment Lists

The FAA has published Policy Letter 36, Revision 3 regarding approval of and the preamble for Part 91 Minimum Equipment Lists.
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July 8, 2020

In Online ‘Global Town Hall,’ Bolen Details NBAA’s COVID-Era Advocacy

The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated the importance of government officials and regulators working together, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen noted during the July 8, 2020, Corporate Jet Investor Global 2020 virtual conference.
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July 8, 2020

SBD International Airport Launches Program to Foster Community Connections

San Bernardino International Airport has launched its SBD Good Neighbor Program - part of a comprehensive outreach effort about SBD’s growing business, cargo and general aviation operations.
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July/Aug 2020

Moving Toward Sustainability

Using sustainable aviation fuels is only one of many things business aviation companies can do to ensure they are reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
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July 8, 2020

ICAO Adjusts CORSIA Emissions Baseline Due to COVID-19

The Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization will exclude 2020 emissions levels from baseline calculations for CORSIA, due to the pandemic’s impact on flight activity.
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July/Aug 2020

The Missing Piece of the Safety Puzzle?

Aircraft operators seeking to improve safety need to create a psychologically safe environment where every team member can offer suggestions on how to mitigate risks without fear of rejection or stigma.
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July 7, 2020

NBAA News Hour: COVID-19 Moment Highlights Need for Strong Mentoring Network

An NBAA News Hour webinar examined the importance of a strong, diverse mentoring network, especially during the pandemic.
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