Sept/Oct 2022

Business Aviation Insider’s 2022 Management Issue has articles on how to assemble an inclusive aviation team, successfully integrate pilots with less flight time than traditional minimums, and handle interpersonal tensions in the flight department.

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July/August 2022

Business Aviation Insider’s 2022 Technology Issue has articles on how the industry is advancing toward electric-powered aircraft, how implementing beyond visual line of sight operations may help unlock the full potential of unmanned aircraft, and why solutions to supply chain and maintenance workforce challenges remain elusive.

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May/June 2022

NBAA's 14th annual Safety Issue has stories on the value of third-party audits, runway safety improvement efforts and industry recommendations for possible changes to Part 135 rest and duty regs.

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March/April 2022

Business Aviation Insider’s 2022 International Issue includes articles on the changing requirements for flying to Canada, what operators need to know about traveling to Mexico, how to avoid hazardous international airspace, and how to prepare for a return to international flying.

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Jan/Feb 2022

Business Aviation Insider’s 2022 Workforce Issue includes feature stories on the pandemic’s impact on employee retention, the importance of accommodating workers’ caregiving responsibilities, and best practices for incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion in the hiring process.

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Nov/Dec 2021

Business Aviation Insider’s 2021 Convention Issue features articles on overcoming supply chain challenges, scalable safety, and the industry’s focus on sustainability and diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Student Edition 2021/2022

This special edition of Business Aviation Insider contains articles about getting started on the business aviation career path, high-tech aviation innovations, a day in the life of a maintenance technician and more.

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Sept/Oct 2021

Business Aviation Insider’s 2021 Management Issue has articles on how to increase the pace of flying safely, develop a servant leadership style, cultivate a safety culture, and establish a partnership with airports managers when negotiating leases.

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