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.
March 27, 2023
Podcast: Supporting YoPros in Aviation Maintenance
Young professionals (YoPros) working in business aviation continue to shape our industry in many exciting ways. That includes YoPros who’ve chosen careers in aviation maintenance, … ContinuedListen Now
March 23, 2023
Key NBAA-Proposed Amendments Included in Senate Legislation to Overhaul NOTAMs
The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation unanimously approved this week amendments proposed by NBAA and industry stakeholders on legislation to improve the nation's Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) system.Read More
March 20, 2023
Podcast: Have You Done Your PREFLIGHT Today?
NBAA's PREFLIGHT flyer campaign aims to promote professionalism across our industry, with the nine letters in the acronym "PREFLIGHT" each representing an attitude or behavior vital to being a true business aviation professional.Listen Now
Deep Water Ditching
Deep water ditching is a rare event in today’s age of advanced aircraft, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared to ditch if required.Read More