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Watch NBAA TV for updates from the NBAA 62nd Annual Meeting & Convention, October 20 to 22 in Orlando, FL. Additional videos are available on NBAA's YouTube channel at YouTube.com/NBAAvideo.
Amway's Rick Fiddler and Luck Stone's Scott Moore discuss the importance of business aviation to companies large and small. Selena Shilad for the Alliance for Aviation Across America shares the resources available that show the economic impact of general aviation state-by-date. Watch the video.
NBAA and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) today announced that the two organizations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to co-host Light Business Aircraft (LBA) Conferences beginning in 2010. Watch the video.
At NBAA2009, Corporate Angel Network (CAN) will the sole beneficiary of this year's Charity Benefit. CAN provides free flights aboard business aircraft to cancer patients traveling to treatment centers around the country, exemplifying the humanitarian assistance that business aviation offers to people and communities in times of crisis. Watch the video.
Speakers Jeff Daniels of The VanAllen Group and Shari Frisinger of CornerStone Strategies discuss the how NBAA's Professional Development Program (PDP) courses help flight department personal better serve their companies. Watch the video.
During the setup for NBAA2009, representatives from exhibiting companies Aeristo and Elbit Systems of America share their thoughts on how the convention will help their companies in this challenging economic environment. Watch the video.
NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen says he expects NBAA2009 to be a strong and important show for the business aviation industry. “We've had a very challenging year, and as we come out of that … and turn the page to a new chapter in business aviation." Watch the video.
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