Podcast: Planning for Holiday Season Flying

Nov. 22, 2021

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.

In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan” podcast, host Rob Finfrock speaks with:

  • John Kosak, Program Manager, Weather and Air Traffic Management Specialist, NBAA Air Traffic Services
  • Jason Rooks, FAA National Operations Manager
  • Dean Snell, Manager, NBAA Air Traffic Services
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Podcast: Using Standardized Performance Metrics to Enhance the Charter Industry, Part 2

Some charter operators are making public their key performance indicators, or KPIs, to provide greater transparency for customers. In Part 2 of this two-part episode, industry advocates discuss why tracking and publishing such data can not only benefit those companies, but the entire charter market.
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