Every day, personnel at the FAA’s Air Traffic Control System Command Center in Warrenton, VA work to keep aircraft flying safely across the National Airspace System and far away from the worst of what has already been a very active thunderstorm season. “The current reroutes page [www.fly.faa.gov/] is always going to be your best bet for seeing what all the current routes and route restrictions are on any given day,” says John Kosak, CAM, with NBAA Air Traffic Services. “Nobody’s happy about [thunderstorms], but we must do what we can to keep the environment safe for everybody, and that means slowing flights down so there’s room to deviate.”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Christopher Citrola, FAA national traffic management officer
John Kosak, CAM, program manager, weather, NBAA Air Traffic Services
Brian Waranauskas, national aviation meteorologist, National Weather Service
Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has been a growing part of business aviation for more than a decade. However, despite numerous industry efforts to spread understanding, awareness and use of SAF, there remain a few persistent myths about the fuel. In this episode of NBAA Flight Plan, three experts debunk these myths.
Even in a post-pandemic reality, COVID-19 continues to present challenges, including “Long COVID,” a condition in which patients experience symptoms after their initial infection is resolved. Pilots should be aware of these symptoms and consult with medical professionals.
NBAA’s annual list of Business Aviation’s Top 40 Under 40 recognizes young professionals who are driving innovation across our industry. Nominations for this year’s Top 40 Under 40 awards are due by June 10.