The 2023 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), taking place Oct. 17-19 in Las Vegas, NV, will offer attendees an opportunity to immerse themselves in all things business aviation. Here are some of the show’s features.
Tuesday, Oct. 17 and Wednesday, Oct. 18 will kick off with exciting NBAA-BACE Keynotes, which are sure to inspire and motivate. Day 1 speakers include tennis legends and philanthropists Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf, while the Day 2 Keynote includes inspirational ‘Shark Tank’ investor and entrepreneur Daymond John.
NBAA’s convention offers numerous sessions and symposiums for strengthening safety culture. The Single-Pilot Safety Standdown will take place Monday, Oct. 16. It uses a data-driven approach to help attendees identify operational risks. The National Safety Forum sessions will take place throughout the show, focusing on applying safety management system concepts for safer operations.
NBAA-BACE features dozens of education sessions focusing on topics, technologies and trends shaping the industry now and in the future. Whether your priority is sustainability, safety, workforce or privacy and security, there’s a session for everyone at NBAA-BACE.
On Thursday, Oct. 19, Collegiate Connect will introduce students to global business aviation, inspiring young people to explore the diversity of aviation careers. This exciting event will feature student-focused programming, including access to hundreds of exhibitors and the first-ever NBAA Career Fair.
Flight data monitoring, narrative safety reporting and data sharing are some of the ways to ensure safer operations. NBAA’s Safety Committee created this resource to aid in the implementation of safety programs within the business aviation community.
This updated guidebook of regional and local groups provides tips for creating new groups and supporting the growth and continued success of existing organizations.
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