NBAA’s carefully crafted, industry relevant information is incredibly valuable. Neither the quality of the content nor the depth of the insight is exceeded in the aviation association industry.
For 70 years, NBAA has both listened and responded to safety concerns identified by FAA staffers. NBAA epitomizes such leverage and gives great value to its members.
On January 28, the aviation community woke up to a shocking announcement about the future of the Santa Monica Airport. The timing, as the Obama Administration left and the Trump Team arrived, added to both confusion and conspiracy theories. That the precise language of the FAA announcement and the City’s PR Release varied in important details added to the controversy and mystery.
The new Chairman and President of the Aerospace Industries of America, David Melcher, expressed “concerns” about ATC privatization. It will be interesting to see if the AIA comments impact this debate.
Every four years, Washington’s lobbyists respond to the Presidential election. Here’s what the aviation associations have to say.
Arnold Palmer Golfer & Aviator Arnold Palmer, a man who made golf a sport of interest to America, died on Sunday, September 25. As evidenced by the quotes cited below, Mr. Palmer attributed much of…
States and cities may/may not be preempted by federal scheme of rules. However, that does not deter those local governments from attempting to be involved in this “attractive nuisance” aviation.
The 2016 BAMSA was awarded to Douglas Schwartz, manager of global aviation services at ConocoPhillips, in recognition of his tireless dedication to making business aviation safer.