Business aircraft operators flying overseas continue to face virus-related challenges that can vary greatly from country to country and require careful planning and continuous monitoring to overcome. “Passenger testing is probably one of the biggest hurdles and challenges – trying to figure out who needs to be tested, when they need to be tested,” said John Tuten, chief pilot for Honeywell International. “Then, as far as tech stops are concerned, the biggest challenge is deciding which country will allow you to enter from another country.”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Russell Bunger, Lead Mission Advisor, Universal Weather & Aviation
Brandon Sladecek, Master Trip Support Specialist, Universal Weather & Aviation
As athletes prepare for the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, organizers of the Special Olympics Airlift are enlisting the help of Textron Aviation and more than 200 volunteer pilots and business aircraft to fly them to and from the games, free of charge. Past participants say it is a rewarding experience like no other.
it's extremely important for aviation professionals to be open and honest about their mental wellness, especially in the COVID-19 environment, and to remember that there are science-based solutions for aviation professionals to continue their careers after receiving treatment.
Business aviation companies are increasingly recognizing the value of employees who serve as caregivers outside the office. These workers provide many important skills to their employers, including adeptness at problem solving, adapting to unexpected situations and managing crises.
The past two years have shown how quickly employment trends can swing from one extreme to the other. How will the business aviation job market respond in 2022 to an environment with several promising trends, but also some uncertainty?