April 22, 2024

Alpha Eta Rho Honors NBAA’s Damato With Award For Her Impact On Aviation Education

The professional collegiate aviation fraternity Alpha Eta Rho its namesake honor to NBAA Senior Vice President Joanne “Jo” Damato for her efforts and impact to expand aviation education at universities across the U.S.
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April 19, 2024

NBAA Tells Fraternity Students: Be Part of an Industry That Is Climbing Fast

As the host sponsor of the 2024 Alpha Eta Rho national conference, NBAA had the unique opportunity to introduce students from around the country to business aviation and the numerous opportunities it presents to them for future careers.
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April 17, 2024

NBAA Thought Leadership Webinar: A Look at First Quarter Market Results

The first quarter of 2024 was a tale of two stories for business aviation sales, with a dip in transaction numbers compared to the same period last year juxtaposed with booming activity at brokerages, according to the expert panel on the NBAA Thought Leadership Webinar: First Quarter Market Results and Stats.
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April 17, 2024

NBAA Tells NYC Council: Grounding Helicopters Would Hamstring a Vital City, Regional Asset

NBAA Northeast Regional Director Brittany Davies testified on the importance of New York City's helicopter operator community before a council hearing on proposals that would drastically curtail such flights over the Big Apple.
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April 15, 2024

FAA, EASA Clarify MEL Expectations

Despite continuing philosophical differences between the FAA and EASA about ICAO standards for a minimum equipment list, both agencies helped define operator expectations about the issue at the 2024 NBAA International Operators Conference.
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April 15, 2024

Mark McIntyre, Shawn Scott Recognized with NBAA’s Guy Gribble Appreciation Award

NBAA named Mark McIntyre and Shawn Scott recipients of the NBAA International Operators Committee Guy Gribble Appreciation Award.
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April 15, 2024

Podcast: Recurrent Checkrides Are a Moment to Level-Up, Not Just Level Off

Business aircraft pilots often utilize their annual Part 61.58 recurrent checkride to not only demonstrate their proficiency in required flight maneuvers, but also as an opportunity to train on specific operational scenarios.
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April 12, 2024

Real-Life ‘Rosie the Riveters’ Honored With Congressional Gold Medal

The countless women who held down the U.S. industrial base and supported defense manufacturing during World War II, known and mythologized as “Rosie the Riveters,” were honored for their contributions with the Congressional Gold Medal.
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April 11, 2024

NBAA Online Magazine Survey Aims to Gather Reader Feedback

With a recently launched reader survey, Business Aviation Insider, the official magazine of NBAA, is offering readers an opportunity to provide direct, editorial feedback to ensure the online publication will continue to provide valuable content.
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April 11, 2024

NBAA Congratulates Rep. Tom Cole on House Appropriations Chairmanship

NBAA welcomes the appointment of Rep. Tom Cole (R-4-OK) as chair of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee. He succeeds Rep. Kay Granger (R-12-TX), who will remain on the committee as chairwoman emeritus.
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April 10, 2024

NBAA FBO Partnership Network Sees Significant Growth Since Launch

Since its launch at the 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), the NBAA FBO Partnership Network has grown to 22 participating FBO locations around the country.
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April 9, 2024

NBAA's YoPro Council Unveils Survey Highlighting Young Professionals' Needs

A new survey published by NBAA’s Young Professionals Council found the most valuable benefit members derive from council events is the opportunity to network with other business aviation industry professionals.
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March/April 2024

Advocating for an Increasingly Global Industry

As the business marketplace and business aviation become ever-more globally integrated, NBAA’s work involves policy matters not just with implications for operations in the U.S., but for missions in other countries as well.
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April 8, 2024

Court Upholds Injunction Preserving Access to East Hampton Town Airport

Aviation interests continue to prevail in protecting access to New York's East Hampton Town Airport following an appeals court decision affirming the town failed to comply with the requirements of the Airport Noise and Capacity Act of 1990 in an attempt to limit operations at the airport.
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March/April 2024

Boom Supersonic Aims for Net-Zero Carbon by 2025

Boom Supersonic’s Overture aircraft, now under development, will be manufactured using renewable energy from production through flight and end-of-life recycling, the company’s president says. The aircraft is also designed to run on 100% sustainable aviation fuel.
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April 8, 2024

NBAA’s Updated Management Guide: The Flight Plan for Today’s Workplace Leaders

NBAA announced its newly updated Management Guide, the industry’s preeminent source for aviation team leadership, now available exclusively to association members online. 
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March/April 2024

FAA’s Top Airport Official Discusses Safety, AAM and Vertiports

With runway safety and electric aircraft platforms on the minds of so many business aviators, FAA Associate Administrator of Airports Shannetta R. Griffin, P.E. answers questions about recent close calls and the transformation toward advanced air mobility.
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April 8, 2024

Podcast: Data Points to Increasing SMS Interest

Consultancies estimate that recent operator requests for guidance on developing safety management systems are up by double digits. What SMS elements are they focusing on?
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March/April 2024

Dentist Leverages Aircraft for Business and Humanitarian Airlift

For Dr. Jordan Harper, business aviation means transporting new dental technology to better serve his patients, traveling to expand his business partnerships and providing humanitarian airlift to hurricane victims.
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April 4, 2024

NBAA Welcomes ARC Recommendations Addressing Aviation Mental Health

NBAA welcomed the release of a comprehensive series of industry recommendations to the FAA addressing concerns about mental health from across the aviation community.
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