Operators: Tips for Thunderstorm Avoidance

April 29, 2019

Thunderstorms present a unique set of safety challenges for pilots, but updated technology is making it easier to fly in these conditions. “The new weather products that we have available at our disposal today that have come about in the last 15 years give us the ability to look out 600-800 miles, and we can make course deviations early on, and never come in contact with a major thunderstorm and keep our passengers and aircraft free of any danger,” said Jad Donaldson, director of aviation at Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Learn more in this week’s NBAA Flight Plan podcast.

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November 29, 2021

Podcast: Pilot Records Database Update

Many flight departments have not yet registered on the FAA's Pilot Records Database, an online repository for pilot information accessible to hiring companies and the agency. Learn why it's important for aviators looking to change jobs to register ASAP.
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Podcast: Planning for Holiday Season Flying

If your business travel plans involve flights during the winter holidays, be aware of the anticipated surge in passengers flying this season after last year’s COVID lockdowns. The situation may mean added congestion across the national airspace system, and while business aviation has never been a congestion driver, delays may impact your planning.
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November 15, 2021

Podcast: Navigating Supply Chain Challenges

global supply chain crisis has hit business aviation just when the industry is experiencing a resurgence in flight activity. How can operators and support providers adapt to mounting shortages of critical parts and materials?
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IBAC Adds to Successful SafetyNet Webinar Series

The International Business Aviation Council offers a webinar series in conjunction with nearly 20 qualified program support affiliates to provide safety information in a pre-recorded or live webinar format.
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