Business Aviation Insider, Sept/Oct 2022
Cover photo of the Praetor 500 courtesy of Embraer.

Sept/Oct 2022

Business Aviation Insider’s 2022 Management Issue has articles on how to assemble an inclusive aviation team, successfully integrate pilots with less flight time than traditional minimums, and handle interpersonal tensions in the flight department.


How to Assemble an Inclusive Team

A welcoming culture will be key to business aviation’s ability to thrive going forward.
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Hiring a Lower-Time Pilot Doesn’t Mean Lowering the Bar

Employing aviators with less flight time than traditional minimums can work.
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Navigating Tensions and Controversy in the Flight Department

Managers need to deal with conflicts that can arise from discussing sensitive topics.
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National Business Done Locally

In less than 10 years, a light jet took RelaDyne, Inc. from a family business to the national leader in fuel and lubricant distribution.
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Regional Groups Step Up Student Recruiting

A host of local and regional business aviation organizations are reaching out to students, extolling the benefits of a career in this sector of the industry.
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Successful Succession Planning Grows Future Leaders

Current leaders who stay in touch with their team can more easily identify and plan for future leadership needs.
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President’s Perspective

The Proactive Aviation Manager

Managers must keep strategic issues in view while dealing with tactical challenges.
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Flight Bag

Resources: Management

Here are some of the resources NBAA offers to help members stay abreast of new developments and safely apply them to their businesses.
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Capital View

Davids Championing Advanced Air Mobility

Rep. Sharice Davids (D-3-KS) is vice chair of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and a member of its Aviation Subcommittee.
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Regional Representation

Regional Groups Identify Priorities for State Legislative Sessions

Workforce development, preserving airport access and ensuring economic parity for aviation businesses are among the priorities for regional groups ahead of state legislative sessions in 2023.
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Regulatory Hot Topics

New Guide Clarifies Aircraft Export Requirements

When do aircraft sellers have to make electronic export information filings?
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Pro Tips

Students: Final Year Tips for College Seniors

College seniors need to prepare for the next chapter: entering the workforce.
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Russian Airspace Closure Challenges Flight Planners

In addition to hindering direct overflights, airspace closures following Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine continue to pose challenges to flight planning.
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Operational Changes Can Have Broad Impacts

When acquiring a new aircraft or contemplating a change to your current aircraft’s operations, consider the tax, regulatory and risk impacts of those changes.
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Member Central

NBAA Members Save With ODP Business Solutions™

Participating NBAA members enjoy savings of up to 75% on preferred products with Office Depot Business Solutions.
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New Horizons

Autonomous Flight Is Coming, Slowly but Surely

Parimal Kopardekar is leading NASA’s efforts to determine the requirements and minimize the risks of autonomous flight.
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