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Marketing Assistance Available to NBAA Members

The NBAA Website Retargeting Program, offered through a partnership with MultiView, helps organizations make the most of their ad
spending by retargeting industry professionals after they’ve clicked away from the NBAA website, keeping advertisers’ brands top of mind and helping them consistently connect with potential customers across their buying journey.

Thousands of business aviation professionals visit NBAA’s website daily for the latest industry news and information. These key purchasing decision-makers also look to NBAA as a credible resource for finding the products and services they need to run their flight operations.

MultiView’s programmatic technology enables a limited number of advertisers to show their messages to visitors on their favorite sites after they leave This service helps advertisers increase their reach and lets buyers better connect with suppliers. Using deep insights gathered from thousands of campaigns, MultiView will also help advertisers develop branded messaging to serve NBAA members, no matter where the web takes them.

NBAA and MultiView also offer members access to the latest programmatic advertising strategies. With nearly 20 years of experience in B2B digital marketing, MultiView understands organizations’ challenges and has developed a suite of customizable marketing services.

Successful digital campaigns employ a combination of strategies and tactics. But many companies simply don’t have the resources to effectively manage a multi-pronged digital campaign. NBAA’s Member Marketing Services program can help.

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Save the Date: NBAA Events in 2024

Now is the time to plan for the year ahead. Explore NBAA’s high-quality education and networking opportunities in 2024, designed specifically for business aviation professionals like you.

There’s a wide range of programs available to meet your needs, including education and professional development opportunities, networking forums to share industry best practices and venues where you can find the latest products and services for your operation. Plus, NBAA members get discounted prices on event registration. Find the events that are right for you.

Customize Your NBAA Experience With ‘My NBAA’

NBAA wants your experience with the association to be tailored to your specific interests. Log in to “My NBAA Profile” to ensure your contact information is updated, then scroll 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.


Germany-based Volocopter is scheduled to conduct crewed flight demonstrations in its 2X electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft at Henderson Executive Airport (HND) during the 2023 NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas, Oct. 17-19.

“It’s an exciting opportunity for convention attendees to see AAM [advanced air mobility] in action and an eVTOL aircraft in flight,” said Heidi Williams, NBAA’s senior director, air traffic services and infrastructure. “It’s an eye-opening reminder of how close this segment is to real-life commercial operations.” Volocopter is expected to launch its VoloCity air taxi next summer in Paris.

Professional Development

Thinking About Taking Your Career to the Next Level?

NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) program identifies qualified professionals to lead departments and organizations that use business aircraft. The CAM credential acknowledges professionals committed to continuous development and higher standards of practice.
The certification process tests your knowledge and experience in five subject areas:

  • Leadership
  • Human Resources
  • Operations
  • Aircraft Maintenance and Facilities Services
  • Business Management

CAMs are professionals who have demonstrated an exemplary level of industry knowledge and expertise.

CAM is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). Accreditation by the NCCA demonstrates to the business aviation profession and the general public that the CAM program has been reviewed by a panel of impartial experts and found to comply with the rigorous NCCA standards. The CAM program is the first in the aviation industry to receive this credential.

Those interested in becoming CAMs must meet certain qualifications in order to take the exam. NBAA offers assistance to those interested in certification, including through a detailed CAM Study Guide, Professional Development Program courses and industry classes, training events and study groups.

Additionally, NBAA offers “Six Months to CAM,” a structured self-guided, online study program designed to help candidates successfully prepare for the CAM exam. Participants receive weekly reading assignments to help break down the material into manageable bites. Along with weekly readings, NBAA will host scheduled webinars with current CAMs and other subject matter experts to provide recommendations and guidance while preparing for the exam.

Once someone receives their CAM accreditation, the CAM Recertification Award for Tenure (CRAFT) program recognizes the continued renewal of the CAM credential. CRAFT offers silver and gold levels of certification.

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New Certified Aviation Managers

More than 800 business aviation professionals from all segments of the industry have earned the Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) credential. The CAMs listed below are among the latest to join this elite group.

  • Brett L. Benham, CAM
    Amway Aviation
  • David Gast, CAM
    Assistant Chief Pilot
    Humana, Inc.
  • Nikola Kecman, CAM
    Aircraft Dispatcher
    ACI Jet
  • John J. Kelchen, CAM
    Director – Aviation
    Kohler Company
  • Michael Lynch, CAM
    Jet Aviation Flight Svs.
  • Jen Melvin, CAM
    Raven Aviation
  • Cory S. Redman, CAM
    Director of Maintenance
    Cortland Holdings, LLC
  • Andrew Sutton-Pado, CAM
    Solairus Aviation
  • Nicholas Van De Sompele, CAM
    Operations Analyst
    Northern Jet
  • John E. Williams, CAM
    Director of Aircraft Maintenance
    Jackson Family Wines
  • Gregory Walker, CAM
    Director of Operations
    Canyon Gate Flight Services
  • Justin Paul Kieffer, CAM
    Senior Captain

Events Calendar


Nov. 2
2023 PDP Course: SMS for Business Aviation | Provo, UT


Feb. 5-7
2024 NBAA Leadership Conference | Palm Springs, CA


March 12-14
2024 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference (SDC2024) | Fort Worth, TX

March 26-28
2024 NBAA International Operators Conference (IOC2024) | Orlando, FL


Apr. 30-May 2
2024 NBAA Maintenance Conference | Portland, OR


May 15
2024 NBAA Business Aviation Taxes Seminar | Dallas, TX

May 28-30
2024 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2024) | Geneva

Sept/Oct 2023

NBAA Members Save on Southwest Airlines Flights

NBAA has partnered with Southwest Airlines® to offer members an exclusive 3% discount on Anytime and Business Select® fares, where eligible.
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July/August 2023

Air Mail Connects You With Business Aviation Professionals

Are you taking advantage of NBAA Air Mail? Get connected with the association’s members-only social network where you can share concerns, questions, solutions and insights with fellow business aviators.
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May/June 2023

Workers’ Compensation Program Pays Millions in Dividends

The NBAA Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program offers members the opportunity to be rewarded for providing employees with a safe work environment and, as a result, reduce the ultimate cost of insurance protection.
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March/April 2023

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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