Cover photo of the Falcon 6X courtesy of Dassault Aviation.

March/April 2023

Business Aviation Insider’s 2023 International Issue features guidance on training, resources and tools for deep water ditching, updated rule changes for international trips and best practices for integrating larger, long-range aircraft into flight operations.

Features

Deep Water Ditching

Deep water ditching is a rare event in today’s age of advanced aircraft, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared to ditch if required.
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What You Need to Know to Fly Internationally

Amid today’s dynamic geopolitical landscape, it’s more important than ever to keep up with changing rules and best practices aimed at reducing surprises and ensuring safe and responsible operations.
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Adding Long-Range Aircraft

Experts offer their tips and best practices for smoothly integrating larger, long-range aircraft into their mission.
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Inside Coca-Cola’s Flight Operations Team

Coke reveals its formula for supporting a truly worldwide company: Everybody in the flight operation is a leader.
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Onboard AMTs Bring Security, Efficiency to International Trips

Aviation Maintenance Technicians, or those who often serve a dual role as flight attendant and maintenance technician, bring significant benefits to international operations.
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Operations: Customs RSP Brings Efficiencies, Safety to Bizav Scheduling

Operators and other stakeholders can apply for the RSP and once approved, request off-hours arrivals into selected ports by paying the overtime fees in advance.
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Increasing Traffic Will Impact Flights to Canada

Business aviation flights from the U.S. to Canada have increased significantly in the past year and many operators are seeking timely information about possible regulatory changes impacting trips north of the border.
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Departments

President’s Perspective

Strengthening Business Aviation Worldwide

In an increasingly global business marketplace, NBAA’s advocacy is more important than ever.
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Flight Bag

Resources: International Operations

NBAA offers updated guidance and resources critical to effective international operations regarding ever-changing topics such as customs checklists, safety inspections, oceanic flight and security risk assessments.
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Capital View

Lyons Works to Integrate AAM at Airports, Heliports and Vertiports

The manager of the FAA’s Office of Airports’ new Emerging Entrants Division answers questions about her mission and the task of supporting the exciting future of advanced air mobility.
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Regional Representation

How Regional Relationships Are Protecting NY Airspace

Strong relationships were crucial to winning an important legislative battle.
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Regulatory Hot Topics

Prepare for New European Passenger Entry Programs

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Pro Tips

Young Professionals: Nailing the Job Interview

Learning a few key interviewing skills can make all the difference for young professionals fresh out of school and ready to enter the business aviation job market.
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Operations

Pilots: Reducing Nav Errors in NAT Airspace

Flight crews passing through the North Atlantic Track must follow specific navigation, communication, compliance and safety requirements as narrow as the routes themselves.
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Operations

Management: Mitigating Caribbean Access Restrictions

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Operations

Management: Using Contract Pilots on International Trips

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Operations

Schedulers: Flight Planning Around TFRs

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Operations

5 Tips for Success From an Award-Winning Bizav Scheduler

Spring Adamo, former chair of NBAA’s Schedulers & Dispatchers Committee, is a flight logistics lead who manages scheduling, safety, security and personnel.
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Member Central

NBAA Unveils New Business Aircraft Scheduler Certificate

NBAA and subject-matter partners have developed a new assessment-based certificate program that provides introductory to mid-level training for business aircraft schedulers.
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New Horizons

FAA’s COO Looks Ahead to the Next 50 Years

Tim Arel says he’s committed to working with current and new airspace users.
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