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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September 14, 2020

U.S. Changes COVID-19 Mitigation Strategy for Arriving International Air Passengers

Beginning Sept. 14, 2020, flights carrying airline passengers arriving from, or who recently had a presence in certain countries will no longer be required to land at one of 15 designated airports.
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July 21, 2020

Virtual IOC2020: Procedural Tips for Flying to Buenos Aires

Operators traveling to the Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires, can ensure a smoother flight experience by reading up on procedural expectations. That’s the focus of an NBAA GO International Operators Conference 2020 session, available at 11 a.m. (EDT) on Thursday, July 23, 2020, and followed by an interactive Q&A session.
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July 14, 2020

Virtual IOC2020: Keep Track of Changes to NAT Operations

Operators traveling between the United States and Europe will want to pay close attention to recent changes impacting flight procedures in the North Atlantic Track. NAT operations are the subject of an upcoming NBAA GO Virtual IOC2020 session, set for 11 a.m. (EDT) on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
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July 9, 2020

New Procedures in Place for North Atlantic Tango Routes

International operators should note revised procedures when operating in the North Atlantic. The primary changes concern Tango Routes.
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