Sept. 15, 2014
The 2014 NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference on Oct. 19 and 20 in Orlando, FL, is a must-attend event for professionals looking to stay current on FAA, IRS and SEC regulatory issues. Sessions will address the "gray areas" that often come up when classifying a flight as personal use or business use. This year, the conference is kicking off with a new series of interactive panel discussions on navigating the Federal Aviation Regulations, understanding federal income tax issues and documentation strategies. Register now.
The FAA is readying the launch of its second NextGen-related airspace revision project of the year, with significant changes to arrival and departure procedures over the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX metropolitan area scheduled to go into effect Thursday, Sept. 18. The North Texas Metroplex project will replace most standard terminal arrival route and standard instrument departure procedures for both Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field (DAL) with new procedures. New procedures will also go into effect at satellite airports throughout northern Texas, and in airspace handled by the Fort Worth Air Route Traffic Control Center (ZFW). Of particular note, pilots flying to DAL for NBAA's Business Aviation Regional Forum on the same day should familiarize themselves with these new procedures. Learn more.