You can consider NBAA’s Air Traffic Services (ATS) team an extension of your flight operation. Co-located at the FAA Air Traffic Control System Command Center just outside of Washington, DC, the NBAA ATS team represents the interests of business aircraft operators in order to ensure that they have equitable access to airports and airspace throughout the National Airspace System.
Because the ATS team has direct access to real-time operational information from the FAA, they’re able to keep NBAA members informed about the latest NOTAMs, TFRs and other ATC developments that might impact their flight plans. To keep business aircraft operators informed and up to date, the ATS team emails Airspace Alerts directly to those that have signed up for this service.
To start receiving Airspace Alerts from ATS simply:
- Log in to my.nbaa.org
- Scroll down to “Communication and Privacy Preferences”
- Make sure the box next to Airspace/Airport Alerts is checked
Additionally, NBAA members can elect to sign up for enhanced ATS services so they can receive a more hands-on, customized type of flight planning assistance from NBAA’s ATS specialists.
NBAA’s Air Traffic Services team represents the interests of business aircraft operators to ensure that they have equitable access to airports and airspace throughout the National Airspace System.
Since 1998, NBAA’s Professional Development Program (PDP) has helped business aviation professionals ascend in their careers by preparing them for management roles within their companies. Specifically, NBAA offers PDP courses in business management, human resources, leadership, operations, and technical and facilities services. These courses are conducted in conjunction with many NBAA events. But did you know you can also take them online? Check out NBAA’s online education web page.
Customize Your NBAA Experience With My NBAA Profile
NBAA wants to make sure your experience with the association is tailored to you and your specific interests. To do that, login to My NBAA Profile to ensure your contact information is up-to-date, then scroll down to manage your subscriptions and set your communication preferences. There you can subscribe to NBAA Insider Daily, Business Aviation Insider magazine, NBAA press releases, NBAA Airspace Alerts and more! Plus, you can choose to opt out of communications you no longer wish to receive.
NBAA will offer a variety of professional development program (PDP) courses in conjunction with the 2022 Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Orlando, FL, from Oct. 18-20. Below are descriptions of some of these courses.
This two-day workshop, to be held Oct. 16-17, will provide managers with information about safe operations, regulatory compliance and basic management practices, including budgeting, accounting, cost controls, vendor selection and tracking, record keeping and planning. Other topics to be covered include personnel issues and communication. Participants will review case studies and learn how to use templates, forms and checklists.
This two-day course, to be held Oct. 16-17, will make attendees think differently about teams and help them gain the skills needed to develop, lead and be a part of a highly effective team. Key concepts will include motivation and engagement, organizational culture, strength-based team philosophy, recognizing personalities, conflict management, mutualism and emotional intelligence.
This course, slated to be held Oct. 17, will review all aspects of safety management systems, including SMS benefits, safety policy and objectives, safety risk management, safety assurance and safety promotion. Both FAA and ICAO SMS guidance will be reviewed. By fully understanding SMS concepts, course participants will be able to help create an SMS or support an existing one.
This two-day workshop, to be held Oct. 21-22, will focus on values-based leadership, leading with a vision and leading for success. The interactive course will enable participants to practice and develop their skills, providing them with tangible takeaways designed to help them become better leaders.
New Certified Aviation Managers
More than 700 business aviation professionals from all segments of the industry have earned NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credential. The people listed here are among the latest to join this elite group of business aviation professionals.
Jeffrey Adelman, CAM
Nationwide Aviation Business Center
Lisa Archambeau, CAM
Vice President, Facilitator & Strategist
David Bailey, CAM
Regional Sales Director – Great Lakes
Diane M. Bassetti, CAM
Consultant, Aviation Ops
Nationwide Aviation Business Center
Jared Bender, CAM
Global Express Captain
Michael Graban, CAM
Merck, Sharpe & Dohme, LLC
Timothy Morton, CAM
Client Aviation Manager, Captain G650
Terrance Moser, CAM
Regional Sales Manager
Kelly Nelson, CAM
Andrew J. Wilmoth, CAM
Flight Standards Captain, Koch Aviation
Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference
Oct. 16 – 17 | Orlando, FL
NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE)
Oct. 18 – 20 | Orlando, FL
Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference (SDC2023)
Jan. 24 – 26 | Nashville, TN
International Operators Conference (IOC2023)
Feb. 13 – 15 | Austin, TX
Feb. 27 – March 1 | Charlotte, NC
May 2 – 4 | Hartford, CT
European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2023)
May 23 – 25 | Geneva, Switzerland