Tips to Start Flying Internationally

International operations can differ widely from domestic operations, particularly if a mission involves an operator’s first time flying outside the U.S. “If they’ve never done it before they may not know the sheer scale of differences that they’ll be facing,” said Craig Hanlon, chair of the NBAA International Operators Committee. Hanlon offers tips for first-time international operators including: using an international service provider and handling agent and taking formal international procedures training. Also, he said, the NBAA International Feedback Database can be a valuable source of information.

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June 3, 2024

UK Entry Changes May Catch Operators Unaware

Business aircraft flight crews should familiarize themselves with recent changes to Border Force security procedures required to enter the United Kingdom.
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April 24, 2024

NBAA Lauds Draft Decision Preserving Business Aviation Access to Dublin Airport

NBAA welcomed a draft decision by the Irish Aviation Authority to ensure continued access to Dublin Airport (DUB) for general aviation, including business aircraft operations.
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April 15, 2024

Mark McIntyre, Shawn Scott Recognized with NBAA’s Guy Gribble Appreciation Award

NBAA named Mark McIntyre and Shawn Scott recipients of the NBAA International Operators Committee Guy Gribble Appreciation Award.
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Advocating for an Increasingly Global Industry

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