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Updated Digital Magazine Offers Enhanced Reading Experience

More than ever, people want access to information anytime, anywhere. As more of our lives and business have gone virtual, so has NBAA’s must-read member magazine, Business Aviation Insider.

The improved digital edition of the bimonthly publication, available through the association’s website, makes it easier than ever for NBAA members to access the valuable content only found in Business Aviation Insider.

Users will find the responsively designed website easy to navigate, whether using a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. Features of Business Aviation Insider’s new digital edition include expanded photo galleries, videos and other important engaging content.

“We want the magazine to be a highly valuable resource for NBAA members,” said Robert A. Searles, Business Aviation Insider’s managing editor. “The goal of this redesign was to improve the online reading experience of the magazine using the best available technology. None of the core content in the magazine is changing, only how members access that content online,” he added.

In addition to the new, web-optimized version of Business Aviation Insider, members can access magazine content online through a “digimag” format that closely replicates the print edition of the publication. The new web-optimized and e-reader versions of the magazine replace the Business Aviation Insider mobile app.

Members can access all the content of Business Aviation Insider magazine at nbaa.org/insider.

Member Benefits

Access Webinar Recordings Online

NBAA News Hour webinars are interactive sessions that enable participants to get answers to pressing operational and other questions from subject matter experts.

nbaa.org/news-hour

On-the-Go Professional Development

NBAA GO is the virtual professional development program that can help you take your career to new heights. Accessible anytime, anywhere, these virtual conferences enable NBAA members to connect to business aviation educational content when it’s convenient.

Members may select individual 45-minute to 60-minute education sessions from varous NBAA events, or a complete package with nearly 40 hours of content from popular NBAA events, including:

  • 2020 Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference
  • 2020 International Operators Conference
  • 2020 Maintenance Conference

Each session features an interactive Q&A segment, and most sessions are eligible for CAM credit.

nbaa.org/go

Professional Development

Dynamics of Empowered Leadership

NBAA is offering a new, on-demand professional development program (PDP) titled “Dynamics of Empowered Leadership.”
Because leadership has evolved from an authoritarian model to a more flexible style that is more focused on stakeholders, the main role of today’s most effective leaders is to direct and orchestrate their team members to adhere to safety standards, exceptional customer service and collaboration for the benefit of all.

This online course has been designed to help participants capitalize on group dynamics, maximize team performance, assess the ethics of actions, and learn how to be a better mentor and communicate more clearly.

Dynamics of Empowered Leadership is led by Dr. Shari Frisinger of CornerStone Strategies LLC, who has worked for decades with leaders who want to minimize conflict, create and maintain a more resilient and safer culture, and attain a higher-performing level of safety and satisfaction.

nbaa.org/pdp

New Certified Aviation Managers

More than 500 business aviation professionals from all segments of the industry have earned the Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credential. The people listed here are the latest ones to join this elite group of business aviation professionals.

David Rimmer, CAM
President, Talon Air, Inc.

Paul Sheldon, CAM
Pilot, Constellation Leasing, LLC

Roger Adams, CAM
Lead Captain Global 5000/6000

Dan Tucker, CAM
Pilot

August 11, 2020

NBAA Advocates for Responsible Use of Airport Funds at HTO

NBAA is disappointed with a recent FAA decision that allows the town of East Hampton, NY to use airport funds to pay for legal fees stemming from its unsuccessful effort to impose access restrictions at East Hampton Airport (HTO).
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August 6, 2020

NBAA, AOPA Express Concerns Over FAA’s Pilot Records Database NPRM

NBAA and AOPA have sent a letter to FAA Administrator Steve Dickson expressing concern with the agency's proposed rulemaking regarding the Pilots Records Database (PRD).
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August 4, 2020

NBAA Requests Improved Access to Treasury Loan Program

NBAA has joined a coalition of industry groups seeking flexibility in the eligibility criteria for a loan program created by the CARES Act that will ensure pivotal sectors of aviation continue to serve the national interest during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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August 4, 2020

FAA’s Dickson Addresses SFAR 118 Extensions, Other Industry Concerns in NBAA Town Hall

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson joined NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen Aug. 4, 2020, for a first-ever Virtual Business Aviation Town Hall.
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