Podcast: Staff Scheduling in the COVID Era

As business aviation flight departments continue to adapt to the COVID-19 environment, many have reduced staffing levels to minimize the risk of exposing other employees and spreading the virus. Operators must also determine how to best handle the resulting safety and security implications of having fewer employees on a given shift, especially overnight.

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

  • Don Chupp, president and CEO of Fireside Partners
  • Greg Hamelink, chair of the NBAA Maintenance Committee and senior manager of flight operations and maintenance at Stryker Corp.
Podcast Episode

April 15, 2021

New CDC Resource Helps Operators Meet Obligations to Verify Passengers’ COVID Status

The CDC has a new resource to help aircraft operators meet their obligation to verify passengers’ negative COVID-19 test status prior to boarding a flight bound for the U.S.
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March/April 2021

Flight Attendant Health in the COVID Era

COVID-19 has made cabin crew members even more focused on protecting their passengers and themselves.
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March/April 2021

Operating Abroad in the COVID Era

Today, international flights require more planning and flexibility to ensure a successful trip.
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March/April 2021

Meeting COVID-19’s International Challenges

NBAA continues to work diligently to help you stay on top of the array of evolving policies and proposals related to international air travel in this COVID-19 moment.
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