Cover photo of the Cessna Citation Latitude is courtesy of Textron Aviation

Nov/Dec 2020

The November/December edition of NBAA’s Business Aviation Insider magazine focuses on the future of business aviation, with feature stories on the latest lessons learned about flying in the COVID-19 era, how to use change management to adapt to the new normal, and what to expect at a destination FBO.

Features

Pandemic Playbook: Lessons Learned From COVID-19

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Take Control with Change Management

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What to Expect at Your Destination

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Quest Air Logistics: 5,000 Patients Onboard

In the fight against COVID-19, flying medical tests to Quest Diagnostics’ labs every night is more critical than ever.
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Kern Award Winner Erika Armstrong Says Engagement Key to Building Interest in Aviation

Kern Award winner Erika Armstrong is a big believer in connecting with other pilots, as well as non-aviators, on social media, in the classroom, via articles she writes and by developing ground training curriculum for her Part 91 and 135 clients.
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Kern Award Winner Mitch Launius Says ‘Volunteering Boosts Professionalism’

Without the vast training resources of the military or the airlines, Mitch Launius believes that smaller business aircraft operators often have to work just a bit harder to ensure the utmost in professionalism and safety.
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SVO: The Path Toward Autonomous Aviation

Simplified vehicle operations (SVO) is a near-term technology that brings aviation one step closer to fully autonomous aircraft operations.
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Departments

President’s Perspective

Business Aviation and Technology: A Continuing Success Story

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen predicts that the business aviation industry will continue its innovative ways even in this pandemic moment.
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Flight Bag

Resources: Future Technologies

Learn more about NBAA's resources related to future technologies and look at trends in inflight connectivity.
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Capital View

Landsberg Helping NTSB Improve Safety in Multiple Ways

NTSB Vice Chairman Bruce Landsberg talks about several ways to enhance safety.
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Regional Representation

Regional Groups Go Virtual to Provide Members Value

In-person events, a staple of regional business aviation groups, may be few and far between during COVID-19, but many organizations have creatively addressed the continuing need for its members to interact.
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Regulatory Hot Topics

Clarifying FET Applicability to Aircraft Management Services

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Pro Tips

Aspiring Professionals: Working in Business Aviation Requires Adaptability, Flexibility

If you're looking for a job in business aviation, but like your workdays to be predictable and routine, you probably aren’t suited for a fast-paced career in this industry.
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Operations

Disinfecting Aircraft Evolves in the COVID Era

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Operations

Schedulers: Does a Pilot License Make You Better?

For business aircraft schedulers, will learning to fly help you do your job better?
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Operations

Management: Best Practices for Aviation Cybersecurity

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Operations

Maintenance: Understanding Minimum Equipment Lists

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Member Central

NBAA Thanks Members for Critical Support During 2020

Throughout this challenging year, NBAA member support has helped ensure the association is able to continue providing essential resources and advocacy.
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New Horizons

Environmental Protection, Profitability Should Go Hand-in-Hand

Pioneering pilot Bertrand Piccard believes aviation can be both profitable and environmentally friendly.
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