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
A surge in passengers flying this holiday season, following last year's COVID lockdowns, is one of several factors that could lead to additional delays for business aircraft operators flying through the National Airspace System.
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?
Four of this year's NBAA Dr. Tony Kern Professionalism in Aviation Award winners discuss how demonstrating professionalism, leadership and a drive for continuous improvement every day makes business aviation a safer industry.
Corporate Angel Network (CAN) continues to provide cancer patients free air transportation to distant hospitals and treatment centers by utilizing business aviation. Discover the various ways you can help support this vital mission.