April 8, 2021

NextGen Updates Coming to Florida Metroplex, Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes

Changes are coming to the Florida Metroplex and Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes (NEC ACR), updates the FAA expects will improve safety and efficiency in busy airspace.
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March/April 2021

Flight Crews: Do You Understand Anti-Bribery Laws?

Operators need to understand which payments for service are appropriate and which are not.
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April 8, 2021

FAA Launches Online Recurrency Courses for Part 107 Small UAS Pilots

To maintain their currency, remote pilot certificate holders must satisfy recurrent training requirements every 24 months, and the FAA is offering three free, online courses that meet these requirements.
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March/April 2021

Flight Crews: Ensure You Qualify for Euro CPDLC Exemption

Operators should make sure their aircraft are not subject to this equipage mandate and that the exemption is noted in their ICAO flight plan forms.
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April 6, 2021

In FAA Town Hall, Bolen Points to Successes in Government-Industry Collaboration

NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen emphasized how the COVID-19 era has made clear the importance of effective communication between government and industry, in remarks he provided during an April 5, 2021, General Aviation Safety Town Hall presentation hosted by the FAA.
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March/April 2021

Kern Award Winner Sheryl Clarke Knows Safety Demands Maturity, Commitment

After a distinguished military and Part 121 career, Kern Award winner Sheryl Clarke, director of safety and security for Jet Linx Aviation, is helping raise the bar on safety practices and culture not just at her company, but for the entire charter industry.
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April 5, 2021

Podcast: Ramping Up International Operations

Planning has never been more important for those who are resuming or increasing international flying because the operating environment continues to evolve, due largely to changing, pandemic-mitigation requirements.
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March/April 2021

Intensive Care: Medical Operators Adapt to COVID-19

In responding to COVID-19, four medical companies innovated to make their aviation operations safer and more secure.
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April 2, 2021

Industry Leader Andrew Broom Joins NBAA; Damato, Carr Elevated to SVP Positions

NBAA announced that Andrew Broom will join the organization as its new Senior Vice President for Strategy, Marketing and Innovation. The association also elevated two veteran leaders, Jo Damato and Doug Carr, to new positions.
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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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April 2, 2021

NBAA Resource Helps Members Navigate Tax Regulations on Meals and Entertainment

NBAA members now have access to an important resource to help them interpret the impact on business aviation of IRS regulations on business meals and entertainment expenses.
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March/April 2021

A New Supersonic Era is Dawning

The FAA’s moves to create new airport noise standards and flight test rules for supersonic aircraft are a boon for the nascent industry.
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April 2, 2021

NBAA Joins Call for Performance-Based SAF Tax Credit in Biden Infrastructure Plan

NBAA joined with a broad coalition representing every segment of the nation's civil aviation industry in appealing for inclusion of performance-based measures to spur production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in the Biden-Harris administration’s recently-unveiled American Jobs Plan.
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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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April 1, 2021

NBAA, Others Tell DOT a National Strategy is Vital to Introducing Young People to Aviation

NBAA Vice President of Educational Strategy and Workforce Development Jo Damato is a member of the DOT’s Youth Access to American Jobs in Aviation Task Force, which examines how to attract young people to the industry.
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March/April 2021

Resources: International Operations

Learn more about NBAA's resources related to international operations.
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March 31, 2021

NBAA’s Virtual Town Hall to Assist Regional Groups in Engaging Members

To help local and regional business aviation groups kickstart their event planning after more than 12 months of pandemic-canceled events, the NBAA Local and Regional Group Committee will present a free, virtual town hall April 21, 2021, to aid their efforts.
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March/April 2021

Streamlining Customs Operations

Industry/government partnerships are expected to continue to help improve CBP programs for business aviation.
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March 31, 2021

ICAO to Kick Off Global NOTAM Improvement Campaign

ICAO will soon launch the Global Campaign on NOTAM improvement to enhance their effectiveness, usefulness and reliability.
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March/April 2021

Business Aviation Insider Poll: When Do You Expect to Resume a Full International Flying Schedule?

Operations, particularly international operations, were drastically cut back in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as a vaccine becomes more widespread, and more countries start reopening, operators are increasingly looking to resume global travel.
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