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Resources: Technology

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

Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Learn about sustainable aviation fuels, which are designed to be efficient, “drop-in” renewable source alternatives to petroleum-based Jet A. nbaa.org/saf

Advanced Air Mobility

Read the latest about how electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft will move people and cargo between places not currently or easily served by surface transportation or existing aviation modes. nbaa.org/aam

Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Unmanned aircraft systems have many applications in business aviation. Read the latest on UAS technology, safety and integration into the National Airspace System. nbaa.org/uas

Emerging Technologies Committee

This group provides insights that enable NBAA to advocate on behalf of industry on rulemaking, standards setting and policy-related activities related to a variety of new aviation technologies. nbaa.org/emerging-tech

Communications, Navigation & Surveillance

As new technologies have been developed, operators have made the investments needed to incorporate new equipment into their aircraft. Learn about technologies such as ADS-B, RVSM, TCAS, CVRs, FDRs and PBN. nbaa.org/cns

Commercial Space

It is critical that NBAA and its members engage new industry segments such as commercial space to ensure safe integration with existing flight operations, while encouraging innovation and new technology. nbaa.org/space

NBAA Aircraft Export Guide

This members-only resource was updated recently to provide an introduction to the latest rules that relate to exporting aircraft from the United States.
nbaa.org/export

11% - the projected annual growth rate for aircraft and avionics technician jobs through 2030

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Outlook, 2020-30

By the Numbers: Number of Women Pilots Growing

Everyone knows that there’s a shortage of qualified business aviation personnel, but there is some good news: the number of women pilots is increasing, according to recent FAA estimates. Besides a positive increase over each of the past five years, the number of women aviators increased nearly 11% between 2020 and 2021.

Number of women pilots by year 2017 - 42,694 2018 - 46,463 2019 - 52,740 2020 - 58,541 2021 - 64,979

Source: FAA

Nov/Dec 2022

Resources: 2022 NBAA-BACE

NBAA’s annual convention offers something for just about everyone.
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Sept/Oct 2022

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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May/June 2022

Resources: Safety

Safety is a core value for NBAA, so the association offers a myriad of safety resources for all types of operators.
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March/April 2022

Resources: International Operations

NBAA has developed numerous international operations resources and news that are especially relevant in light of ever-changing pandemic-related requirements and restrictions.
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