Cover photo of the HondaJet is courtesy of Honda Aircraft Co.

Sept/Oct 2020

NBAA’s 2020 Management Issue features articles on flying in the COVID-19 era, mitigating security risks by vetting vendors, ways to prevent ground handling incidents, plus a member profile of American Electric Power, which is in the process of converting its fleet to a new aircraft type.

Features

How COVID-19 Is Changing Business Aircraft Cabins

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Seeing the Big Picture: Balancing Automation and Pilot Skills

Avoiding overreliance on automation and loss of situational awareness are among the risks of flying technologically advanced aircraft.
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Examining the Benefits, Challenges of Remote Work

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Connectivity Solutions Priorities for Business Aircraft

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Flying in the COVID-19 Era

To mitigate the risk of coronavirus, business aircraft operators may need to alter some protocols and document those changes in their operations manuals.
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Vetting Vendors

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Handle With Care

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American Electric Power: Maximizing Utility

To enhance safety and efficiency while reducing costs, this Columbus, OH-based operator is moving to a single type of jet.
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Departments

President’s Perspective

Business Aviation: Always Evolving, Never Irreplaceable

While video conferencing has become a primary means of communication during the pandemic, not even the best online platforms can completely replace face-to-face interactions with customers and business associates.
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Flight Bag

Resources: Management

Business aircraft are vital strategic assets. Review some of the resources NBAA offers to help members manage them well.
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Capital View

Ensuring the Continuity and Efficiency of the ATC System

Teri Bristol, COO of the FAA’s Air Traffic Organization, explains how the agency has adapted during the pandemic and thus ensured the continuing smooth operation of the ATC system.
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Regional Representation

The Time Has Come for Digital Engagement

Online tools can facilitate communications among regional group members when in-person meetings simply are not possible.
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Regulatory Hot Topics

New Standardized Training Curriculum for Part 135 Operators

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Pro Tips

Retirees Are Ideal Industry Ambassadors

With all their knowledge and enthusiasm, former business aviation workers are ideally suited to advocate for the industry and promote its career opportunities.
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Operations

Tips for Maintaining Hangar Security

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Operations

Pandemic Heightens Need to Fly Neighborly

Residents living near airports have grown accustomed to their quieter-than-normal environment as a result of COVID-19-induced decreases in air traffic. So operators need to be especially conscientious in following noise abatement procedures.
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Operations

Airspace Changes Coming to Numerous Metroplexes

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Operations

Airspace: How to Plan for Ski Country Winter Operations

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Operations

Prepare Now for Winter Operations

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Member Central

Annual Compensation Survey Reflects COVID’s Impact on Industry

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New Horizons

Business Aviation Will Embrace Larger, More Complex UAS

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