January 16, 2022

NBAA Honors the Legacy of Brigadier General Charles McGee

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen honored the life and legacy of Brigadier General Charles McGee, a decorated officer and legendary member of the Tuskegee Airmen, who passed away today at age 102.
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January 13, 2022

NBAA Salutes FAA’s Teri Bristol for Leadership in Public Service

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen commended FAA Air Traffic Organization Chief Operating Officer Teri Bristol on her decades of public service, including a federal career that began in 1992 with the Department of Transportation. 
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January 12, 2022

FAA Readies 5G NOTAMs Ahead of Jan. 19 Rollout: NBAA Has the Latest

The FAA will publish more than 1,300 NOTAMs addressing operational practices and mitigations due to potential disruptions to the safe operation of radar altimeters from 5G networks.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Kern Award Winner Bruce Landsberg: NTSB Appointment Caps Career Dedicated to Aviation Safety

Kern Award winner Bruce Landsberg has been on a career-long quest to improve aviation safety. In his current position as vice chair of the NTSB, he is having the opportunity of a lifetime to help effect significant advancements in aviation safety.
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January 10, 2022

Podcast: Supporting Employees’ Caregiving Needs

Business aviation companies are increasingly recognizing the value of employees who serve as caregivers outside the office. These workers provide many important skills to their employers, including adeptness at problem solving, adapting to unexpected situations and managing crises.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Schedulers: Preparing to Fly to a New Airport

Determining how to safely and efficiently operate into a new airport starts when a flight request is placed.
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January 6, 2022

Pilots Reminded to Use Proper Simultaneous Runway RNAV Departures, Takeoff Clearance Phraseology

The addition of new RNAV SIDs supporting simultaneous RNAV departures from parallel runways is confusing for some pilots when ATC uses the prescribed phraseology for these SIDs.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Schedulers: Business Aviation Customs Clearing Improving

Coordinated industry/government efforts are helping create new efficiencies in clearance procedures.
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January 6, 2022

NBAA’s New 5G Rollout Resource Has Real-Time Information, Answers

NBAA has published a new resource to keep members informed of possible operational effects from those networks on the use of radar altimeters and other safety technologies in many business aircraft.
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Jan/Feb 2022

NBAA Offering Sustainable Accreditation Program

The program is designed to further advance a sustainability culture in business aviation by recognizing organizations that meet or exceed newly established standards.
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January 5, 2022

NBAA and Shanghai Airport Authority Postpone ABACE

NBAA and the Shanghai Airport Authority announced the decision to postpone through 2022 the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE), given challenges for exhibitors and attendees due to COVID-19.
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Jan/Feb 2022

The Quest to Make Aviation Permanently Sustainable

Erik Lindbergh believes that aviation must be made environmentally friendly.
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January 4, 2022

NBAA Issues Statement on Delay of Nationwide 5G Rollout

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen noted that the delay will provide a fuller understanding about the impact of 5G signals on critical aviation safety technologies, including their potential for radar altimeter interference.
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Jan/Feb 2022

New Challenges to Workforce Retention

Fallout from the pandemic has made holding onto employees more difficult than ever.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Supporting the Caregiving Needs of Employees

Personnel policies that don't address caregiving needs can hurt worker morale.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Inclusion Best Practices For Hiring

Diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are key to attracting talent in today’s competitive labor market.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Culture Carriers: Business Aviation Unites the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma’s Members Across the U.S.

One of the largest Native American tribes relies on business aviation to stay connected to members across the U.S.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Continuing to Build Business Aviation’s Workforce

NBAA continues to help the industry respond to the talent shortage in numerous ways.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Resources: Workforce Development

NBAA has developed numerous resources to help business aviation meet its current and future workforce challenges.
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Jan/Feb 2022

Rep. Brad Schneider Leading on Sustainable Aviation, Infrastructure

The Illinois congressman is a proponent of infrastructure investment, STEM education and environmental sustainability.
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