The 2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), which will take place Oct. 18-20 in Orlando, FL, has been designed to enable attendees to immerse themselves in all that business aviation has to offer – both present and future. Here are some of the show’s many features. nbaa.org/2022
NBAA-BACE Safety Events
Safety is always top of mind for business aircraft operators, and this year’s NBAA convention offers numerous sessions and symposiums to help strengthen the industry’s safety culture. In 2022, for the first time, the NTSB is hosting a roundtable at the show, which will be moderated by the safety board’s vice chair, Bruce Landsberg.
To be held on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022, during the third day of NBAA-BACE, Collegiate Connect introduces students to the global business aviation industry and inspires young people to explore the diversity of aviation careers. College students are invited to attend for student-focused programming, including access to hundreds of exhibitors and a wide variety of business aircraft on display.
NBAA-BACE Coffee Social
NBAA looks forward to welcoming association members during the NBAA Coffee Social. Stop by the NBAA booth (No. 1288) on Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 2-3 p.m. for a caffeinated pick-me-up and a sweet treat. Also, the Coffee Social will feature industry icons John and Martha King, who will conduct an exclusive signing session for their new book: Lift: How to Start, Run and Grow Your Own Successful Business. The Kings will discuss the book’s message and sign complimentary copies of the book for the first 100 attendees at the event.
NBAA Management Guide
Recognized as one of NBAA’s most popular member benefits, this publication assists flight departments with operational, maintenance, administrative and other management issues.
Business Aircraft Use Policy Guide
While aircraft utilization policies can vary depending on a host of factors, this resource provides specific lang-uage examples that will help companies of all sizes define acceptable aircraft use within their operation.
By the Numbers: Wildlife Strikes with General Aviation Aircraft
During the last 15 years, the annual number of reported wildlife strikes of general aviation aircraft – as well as the number of wildlife strikes that have damaged these aircraft – has risen steadily at 115 non-Part-139-certificated (general aviation) airports in the U.S.