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Business Aviation Insider Poll: When Do You Expect to Resume a Full International Flying Schedule?

Operations, particularly international operations, were drastically cut back in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as a vaccine becomes more widespread, and more countries start reopening, operators are increasingly looking to resume global travel.

Quick Poll Results

When do you expect to resume a full international flying schedule?
  • Summer 202129.69%
  • Fall 202126.56%
  • End of 2021 or later43.75%

November 16, 2023

NBAA News Hour Details Latest Changes to Oceanic Flight Procedures

With so many changes to pilot procedures for oceanic and international flights taking place in the wake of the pandemic, the time is now for flight crews to familiarize themselves before their next trip overseas.
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October 31, 2023

CBP Clarifies APIS Rules for Flights Leaving US

CBP has revised its Advance Passenger Information System guidance to standardize departure clearance processes for outbound international travel, particularly for general aviation operations.
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September 29, 2023

FAA, Industry Caution Middle East Operators After Reports of Possible GPS 'Spoofing'

NBAA is monitoring reports of possible Global Navigation Satellite System spoofing incidents in the Middle East, with industry personnel and the FAA advising flight crews to be particularly cautious when operating near the Iran/Iraq border and Azerbaijan.
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September 20, 2023

North Atlantic Oceanic Clearance Changes Coming in 2024

The North Atlantic (NAT) Systems Planning Group recently announced impactful changes to oceanic crossing procedures in the region – oceanic clearances with route, altitude and speed will no longer be issued after April 9, 2024.
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