NBAA Resource Provides Real-Time Education on Runway Conditions

It’s been 18 months since the FAA implemented significant changes to the reporting of runway conditions and contamination. The biggest challenge of the new system, referred to as Takeoff and Landing Performance Assessment (TALPA), has been getting the word out to operators, said Rich Boll, chair of the Airspace, ATC and Flight Technologies Working Group of the NBAA Access Committee. To that end, NBAA has created a six-part video series that explains TALPA and how pilots should apply the field condition reports they receive.

Podcast Episode

July/August 2022

FRATs Offer Added Level of Safety

An effective flight risk assessment tool provides an objective means for pilots to assess risk and then determine possible mitigations by outlining several potential risk factors for a given flight.
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July 13, 2022

NBAA’s Congressional Testimony Highlights Business Aviation’s Focus on Sustainability, Safety and Innovation

NBAA detailed for Congress a policy roadmap for strengthening the general aviation sector in the U.S. and around the world, today and in the years to come.
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July/August 2022

Recognizing Flight Attendants as Trained Professionals

Susan C. Friedenberg has long been a champion of cabin crew members.
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May/June 2022

Lessons Learned from Business Aviation Accidents

Business aviation professionals need to learn from accidents in order to avoid repeating the same mistakes.
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