Preflighting an aircraft takes place when no one’s looking, and yet, it’s a critical step before flying. NBAA’s new PREFLIGHT initiative offers several steps for you to continually “preflight” yourself in the workplace – so you can be your best professional self – especially if your resources are limited. “You should always be seeking areas to identify for improvement,” says Mike Whannell, chief pilot for a small flight operation. “[That] means embracing ‘to err is human’ and that you should never be satisfied with your most recent performance.”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
KK Harvey, chief pilot at Lionheart Holdings and a member of the NBAA Small Flight Operations Subcommittee
Mike Whannell, CAM, chief pilot of Jack Henry & Associates and a member of the NBAA Small Flight Operations Subcommittee
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.
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.
NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen emphasized business aviation's steadfast focus on safety and the importance of collaboration between all stakeholders in the National Airspace System during a plenary panel that led off a March 15, 2023, FAA Safety Summit.