Canada’s borders only recently reopened to U.S. travelers vaccinated against COVID-19, but there already have been some procedural changes that affect business aircraft operators. “The things that will get you are the things that you’re not prepared for,” said Alligator Inc. President Ron Renz, who recently completed a flight to Winnipeg. “The rules change. You’d better check daily if you’re going to go [to Canada].”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Scott Harrold, president, SkyAviation International and board member and treasurer, Canadian Business Aviation Association
Luis Nambo, master global regulatory specialist, Universal Weather & Aviation
Changing weather patterns are affecting aviation, and among the greatest resulting risks to air safety is clear air turbulence (CAT). A study by scientist Dr. Paul Williams has led him to predict that severe CAT will increase in the future.
The outlook for business aviation hiring remains strong, despite a number of challenges weighing on the global economy. However, job seekers must carefully consider multiple factors when making their employment decision.
Just as NBAA works to promote business aviation at the national level, regional groups play a vital advocacy role in their state, city or area. Today, four business aviation professionals share their experiences in launching one of the country’s newest regional groups.
While many flight operations already have implemented programs to reduce their carbon emissions, the process can seem daunting for those that haven't yet started. Three members of NBAA's Environmental Sustainability Subcommittee offer tips on how to work toward sustainability.