- What is Business Aviation?
- Flight Department Administration
- Aircraft Operations
- Professional Development
- News & Publications
- Products & Services
When Members want to make their voices heard on the top issues affecting business aviation, NBAA can help. Here are some simple ways you as an NBAA Member can be an advocate for your company and the industry, whether by building relationships with elected officials, submitting comments to regulators or justifying the use of business aircraft to your company management.
In developing positions on pending legislation, elected officials listen closely to their constituents. As such, it's important for you to build solid relationships with your elected officials before legislation is considered. Building a positive and successful relationship with your elected officials is an easy process with long-term benefits for your company. Learn more.
A key component of any regulatory agency's rulemaking process is to solicit input from the public. NBAA offers tips to help Members submit effective and compelling comments to regulatory proposals that could ultimately affect the way you use or operate your company aircraft. Learn more.
These NBAA checklists can help you effectively advocate on behalf of issues involving your regional business aviation group, your company flight department or the general aviation airports you use – whether those issues are concerned with safety, noise or legislative actions that could negatively impact our industry.Learn more.
Particularly in hard economic times, flight department managers and others with oversight of the flight department are called upon to justify the use of business aircraft to their company management. NBAA offers resources to help you make the business case for business aviation. Learn more.
NBAA's online Contact Congress resource helps people in business aviation make their voices heard about the policies most important to them. NBAA's Contact Congress tool makes it easy for Association Members to weigh in with federal officials on the industry’s priority issues.Learn more.