Business Aviation Insider nameplate
Member Central

Workers’ Compensation Program Pays Millions in Dividends

Old Republic Aerospace is pleased to announce its distribution of dividend payments across the 2018, 2019 and 2020 years of the NBAA Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program. Since the program’s inception in 2009, participant policyholders have received more than $8.6 million in dividends.

NBAA brings added value to members through its partnership with Old Republic Aerospace. Working with NBAA for more than 10 years, the company provides association members a high-quality, cost-effective solution to aviation workers’ compensation coverage, along with the opportunity to earn a cash dividend.

The NBAA Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program offers you the opportunity to be rewarded for providing employees with a safe work environment and, as a result, reduce the ultimate cost of insurance protection. Old Republic Aerospace has a proven track record and has been dedicated to the aviation marketplace for more than 35 years. As a member of the Old Republic Insurance Group, one of the 50 largest shareholder-owned insurance organizations in the U.S., Old Republic Aerospace provides the peace of mind that comes from being insured by a Fortune 500 company rated A+ by A.M. Best.

NBAA members don’t have to change insurance brokers to take advantage of this exclusive member benefit. Your current insurance provider can easily connect you to the program

Learn more at

Member Benefits

EBACE2022 Coffee Social

EBACE Coffee Social

If you are attending the 2022 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, join us in Booths M67 + N68 for coffee, networking and a sweet treat. Take a commemorative photo at the EBACE photo booth and connect with industry peers and decision-makers. EBAA and NBAA staff will be available to answer your questions and help you learn how membership can help make your business even more successful.

IBAC Air Crew Card

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) Aircrew Identification Card provides business aircraft flight crews with a convenient, internationally recognized form of identification. The white, blue and red card was created to ease ramp access and assist in customs identification. Much like the identity cards issued to commercial crews, the IBAC card provides an additional level of assurance to security officials that the person carrying the card is a bona fide business aircraft crew member.

Professional Development

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.

Timothy Aldridge, CAM
Director of Maintenance
Northrop Grumman Aviation Division

Jesse Archambault, CAM
Chief Pilot
Starbucks Coffee Company

Ruth Axium, CAM
Corporate Dispatcher
The Walsh Group

Traci Beck, CAM
Chief Pilot
Verizon Aviation

Andreas Bentz, CAM
DuPont De Nemours, Inc.

Kevin Brown, CAM
Chief Pilot & System Integration Manager
Southern Company Services

Nevin Bultemeier, CAM
Johnson & Johnson

Richard Ciaramella, CAM
Director, Aviation
Island Ventures, Inc.

Scott Cutshall, CAM
SVP, Development and Sustainability
Clay Lacy Aviation

Patrick Dacy, CAM
Chief Pilot – Midwest

Brendan Donovan, CAM
Clay Lacy Aviation

Eloy Freitas Jr., CAM
Senior Director, Safety, Security & Quality
Clay Lacy Aviation

Henry Gerkin III, CAM
Chief Pilot
EWA Holdings

Kerri Gilday, CAM
Northwood Investors, LLC

Oliver Hanson, CAM
Director, Aircraft Maintenance
Target Corporation

Matthew Johnson, CAM
Assistant Chief Pilot
Mente, LLC

Robert Martin, CAM
Director of Aviation
Orange County/Sunbird Aviation, LLC

Mishelle Mason, CAM
Pilot, Aircraft
Exxon Mobil Corp.

Greg Moffitt, CAM
Director of Training/Captain
Eagle Aircraft & Transportation Management, Inc.

Michael Sharpless, CAM
Johnson & Johnson

Kirk Simpson, CAM
Chief Pilot
Sheetz Aviation, Inc.

Casey Smith, CAM
Jet Aviation

Ellen Urell, CAM
CFO, Part 91 operation

Brandon Walker, CAM
Scottsdale Hangar One

Ken Webster, CAM
Director, Business Development
Clay Lacy Aviation

Events Calendar


Maintenance Conference
May 3-5 | San Antonio, TX

European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2022)
May 23-25 | Geneva, Switzerland


White Plains Regional Forum
June 22 | White Plains, NY


2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
Oct. 18-20 | Orlando, FL

April 11, 2024

NBAA Online Magazine Survey Aims to Gather Reader Feedback

With a recently launched reader survey, Business Aviation Insider, the official magazine of NBAA, is offering readers an opportunity to provide direct, editorial feedback to ensure the online publication will continue to provide valuable content.
Read More

April 10, 2024

NBAA FBO Partnership Network Sees Significant Growth Since Launch

Since its launch at the 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), the NBAA FBO Partnership Network has grown to 22 participating FBO locations around the country.
Read More

March/April 2024

Earn Your Scheduler Certificate on Your Schedule

Take your career to the next level. Earn your Business Aviation Scheduler Certificate on your own time with an online course provided by NBAA.
Read More

Jan/Feb 2024

NBAA Offers Marketing Assistance to Members

The NBAA Website Retargeting Program helps organizations maximize ad spending by keeping advertiser brands top of mind and helping them consistently connect with potential customers across their buying journey.
Read More