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Below are presentations from the NBAA 64th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2011) held from Monday, October 10, through Wednesday, October 12, 2011, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, with a Static Display of Aircraft on Henderson Executive Airport.

Expand/Collapse this section Sunday, October 9, 2011

Time: 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

NBAA Access Committee Meeting

Venue: Henderson Executive Airport

NBAA Access Committee Review (0.07 MB)
NBAA Access Committee Legal-Brief (1.94 MB)
Airports Handbook Discussion (0.10 MB)
Whispertrack - Fly the Quiet Route (1.71 MB)

Expand/Collapse this section Monday, October 10, 2011

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Business Aviation Flight Department e-Training & e-Recordkeeping

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Moderated by: Cyndi Nadeau, Key Air and Rick Malczynski, ISBAOAudits.com Speakers: Chris Warton, Bombardier; Dan Jenkins, FAA; Steve Leon, High Top Company; Brian Mack, Flight Safety International; Fred Powell, Rockwell Collins; Doug Stewart, AircraftLogs.com

Various industry experts and current users show how they are using cutting-edge technology and distance learning to maximize training and documentation.

Trends in Aviation Data Management Systems (1.87 MB)
Going Beyond Traditional Course Delivery (0.34 MB)
Pilot Training Evaluation Techniques (1.04 MB)

Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

NBAA Vetting Your Vendors & Service Providers

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N232

Moderated by: Scott Jefvert, Paragon Aviation Group

Panelists will discuss how to establish an effective vetting process for existing providers to include risk-management safeguards and measuring value and performance for goods and services received. Learn how to effectively manage both domestic and international providers to maximize value, efficiency, and information security.

Vetting Your Vendors & Service Providers (1.36 MB)

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Governing Board Meeting

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N243


This is one of two annual meetings of the CAM Governing Board scheduled every year. This is a working committee meeting. For questions or further information on this Session, contact NBAA's Jay Evans at [email protected] or Sarah Wolf at [email protected] or call (202) 783-9000

Certified Aviation Manager - Behind the Credential (0.80 MB)

Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

NBAA IFR Safety Focus - FAF Inbound

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N242

Presented by: JJ Greenway, AOPA Air Safety Institute

Final approach is the shortest segment of any flight, but it can be filled with the most excitement and danger. Hidden traps abound for the unwary IFR pilot. Step through some of the pitfalls with veteran ATP and CFI JJ Greenway, the AOPA Air Safety Institute's chief flight instructor.

FAF Inbound (5.62 MB)

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Hot Topics for Asset Recovery/Aviation Insurance Claims

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Clifford G. Maine & Adam Hollander, Barnes & Thornburg, LLP and Brint Smith, John F. Throne & Co.

This is a must-attend program for business aircraft operators due to today's asset recovery environment. The program will cover the basics of what typically is and is not covered under an insurance policy and include the seven "must do" items in the event of an asset recovery/aviation insurance claim event. Attendees will receive updated information concerning the evaluation of their current insurance policies plus checklist items for guidance in the event of a cost recovery/insurance claim situation.

Adam Hollander Biography (0.06 MB)
Clifford G. Maine Biography (0.07 MB)
Brint Smith Biography (0.02 MB)
Hot Topics for Asset Recovery/Aviation Insurance Claims (0.32 MB)


Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Global Business Aviation Update

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N234

Moderated by: Don Spruston, International Business Aviation Council (IBAO)

Presentations and a panel discussion will feature the heads of business aviation associations representing many of the members of the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) from around the globe.

Business Aviation in Asia-Pacific (2.37 MB)
British Business & General Aviation in Association Regional Update (0.58 MB)
Canadian Business Aviation Update (0.21 MB)
Global Business Aviation Update (1.21 MB)
IBAC Global Update Session (1.87 MB)
Narita International Airport Corporation (1.10 MB)
The Promotion of Business Jets Accommodation in JAPAN (0.99 MB)
Russia (1.96 MB)
Brazilian General Aviation - Challenges and Opportunities (0.43 MB)
Europe at a Glance (2.08 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

NBAA Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Costs of Your Business Aircraft

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N242

Presented by: Janet Bressler, AOPA Insurance Agency Anne Ford, Bank of America; and Nel Stubbs, Conklin & de Decker

Costs associated with operating an aircraft can be significant, but at times difficult to identify and understand. Explore the categories of operating costs (fixed and variable) and how to organize these costs into data for management information. Additionally, there may be opportunities to increase your bottom line through efficiencies obtained in aircraft finance and insurance. Our experts will explore ways to help you understand and minimize your costs while maximizing the use of your airplane.

Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Costs of Your Business Aircraft (1.08 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Tactics to Avoid and Survive an IRS Audit

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Presented by: Jed Wolcott, Wolcott & Associates

Business aircraft owners often attract undue IRS scrutiny. The Session will discuss the areas that most often come up in IRS audits. By learning what the IRS looks for and their audit guidelines are, owners and operators can take measures to reduce the likelihood of attracting an audit or how to survive an audit when one occurs.

Tactics to Avoid and Survive an IRS Audit (2.45 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Traffic Flow Management - Identifying and Avoiding Delays

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N232

Moderated by: NBAA GA Desk Personnel

This Session will provide an introduction to the National Airspace System (NAS) and the basic concepts of traffic flow management (TFM). Attendees will learn how to utilize online tools to understand what is happening in the NAS and how to avoid delays.

NBAA Traffic Flow Management - Identifying and Avoiding Delays (2.53 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Update on Current Operational Challenges Facing Part 91 and Part 135 Operators

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N223

Presented by: NBAA Domestic Operations Committee

This Session will introduce a number of current operational challenges applicable to aircraft operators under Part 91 and Part 135 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, including discussions on the history and current status of those issues, and possible strategies on how to address them.

Domestic Operations Committee Presentation (0.54 MB)

Time: 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Business Aviation & Asset Management - Cost Center or Profit Driver?

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet

Your Company's new CEO just asked you to prove the value the flight department brings to the organization. Are you prepared to demonstrate how business aviation is a driver of your Company's success and not simply a cost center? This discussion will highlight the tools and techniques everyone in a business aircraft operation must understand to ensure the airplane is aligned with the strategic goals of the Company and to effectively manage these important business assets.

Business Aviation Planning & Asset Management (3.05 MB)

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Connecting Your Aircraft with Satellite Communications: the Equipment Providers

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Presented by: Elizabeth Young, Aero industry consultant

A business aircraft can communicate air to ground almost everywhere in the world, thanks to satellite-based systems. Find out what you need to get connected.

How "Front of the Plane" Satcom Truly Puts Safety First (1.22 MB)
Sora - The Sky is No Longer the Limit (4.41 MB)
TrueNorth - YOUR LIFESTYLE IN THE SKY (2.04 MB)
What can Thrane do for you today? (1.88 MB)
Automated Flight Information Reporting System (1.62 MB)

Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Program Update

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Moderated by: Scott Rose, CAM Governing Board Chair, PepsiCo and Dr. Guy Smith, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

This Session will cover how to prepare for and become a Certified Aviation Manager (CAM.) Topics covered include: qualifying and completing the CAM application, studying for the exam and what to expect when sitting for the exam. Bring your questions to this discussion, as you consider taking your career to the next level.For questions or further information, contact NBAA's Jay Evans at [email protected]

An Introduction and Guidance for Becoming a CAM (1.21 MB)
Certified Aviation Manager (0.44 MB)
The CAM Exam (0.46 MB)

Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Opportunities for Business Aviation in China/Asia

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N234

Moderated by: Jeff Lee, American Express Company, Inc. and Jay Mesinger J.Mesinger Corporate Jet Sales

Panelists: Paul Anderson, UT Flight Operations; David Dixon, Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA); Derek Green,GE Corporate Air Transport; Milt Hobbs, J.P. Morgan Chase; Paul Stinebring, former Chairman of the International Business Aviation Council; and Richard Walsh, Hewlett-Packard.

Asian economies continue to grow and that is good news for business aviation! This Session is designed both for NBAA Associate Members who are seeking to do business in the Asian region and for aircraft operators who will be flying to/from Asia. A particular emphasis will be placed on China.

The Session is designed to connect companies flying in the region with resources that have been effective in supporting their operations. The panel will also include representatives from the following companies that provide services in the region: the Helicopter Association International (HAI), Hong Kong Jet, Jeppesen, NetJets, and Universal Weather.

General Aviation in China - Opportunities and Challenges (0.83 MB)
Business Aviation in Asia-Pacific - Opportunities, Objectives, and Organisation (1.56 MB)

Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

NBAA Taking the Fear Out of OSHA for Business Aviation

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Andreas Bentz, PhD, Chantilly Air, Inc.

OSHA requirements are often misunderstood in business aviation, but can be easily implemented. This Session will provide an overview of OSHA and offer tips for audit and ongoing compliance. Attendees will understand: OSHA's applicability to typical business aircraft operations; the value in self-auditing; how to take advantage of free or low-cost audit options; and how to set up a system for ongoing OSHA compliance.

Taking the Fear Out of OSHA for Business Aviation (1.25 MB)

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Meet the Regulators

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N223

Join NBAA and senior FAA leadership for a discussion about the effect of FAA's recent reauthorization, current issues and agency priorities and emerging trends for 2012.

NBAA Meet the Regulators Panel (11.67 MB)

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA All the Satellite Communications Services You Want: the Multi-Service Providers

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Moderated by: Elizabeth Young, Aero industry consultant

When flying, do you want voice, text messages, Internet access or TV Find out which satellite service providers offer these services and how to get them.

Aeronautical Satellite Communications (1.78 MB)
Aircell Update (2.13 MB)
ARINC Direct Satellite Services (1.08 MB)
Connection Architecture (0.21 MB)
Inflight and in Touch - Total Connectivity and Service (1.78 MB)
Rockwell Collins - Connectivity Overview (1.15 MB)
Satcom1: All the Satellite Communications Services You Need (1.27 MB)
ViaSat Airborne High Speed Internet - Products and Services (1.94 MB)

Expand/Collapse this section Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

NBAA Value-Based Leadership in the Aviation Department

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N242

Presented by: Scott A. Moore, CAM, Luck Stone; John White Valero Energy Corporation; and; Brock Grimes, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Many Companies have established a set of core values to guide their business operations. This Session will provide a short history of business aviation and a description of values-based leadership. A panel of aviation department managers will describe how values-based leadership works in their operations.

Value-Based Leadership in the Aviation Department (3.18 MB)

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Joint CDM and NextGen Weather Public Meeting

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N256

This meeting is a follow-up to the FPAW vision meeting held in July of 2011, where the JPDO Weather Working Group (WWG) and agencies shared with the broader aviation-weather community of interest the status of "NextGen Weather," with a focus on activities related to Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) between the operator community and the FAA. In this follow-up meeting, the CDM community will have an opportunity to provide feedback to the JPDO Weather Working Group and Agencies on the overall plans and activities for air traffic management (ATM) and weather communities working together to mitigate the impacts of weather in the NAS in the short-term (12-36 months).

CDM and JPDO NextGen Weather Public Meeting (2.30 MB)
Update on Weather Integration Efforts - Concepts and Scenarios (1.09 MB)
Information Briefing About Policy Issues of the 4D SAS and Potential CDM Involvement (0.48 MB)

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

NBAA Steps for a Successful Cross-Border Flight

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Presented by: Laura Everington, Universal Weather and Aviation; Bill Clark, Clark & Company; Aaron Goerlich, Garofalo Goerlich Hainbach PC

In addition to sharing the longest border in the world, at over 5,500 miles, Canada and the United States are also top trading partners. When making a cross-border flight, there are a number of regulatory and operational items to consider. For example, is it necessary to contact your port of arrival in the U.S. before landing? Is it considered cabotage when a U.S. registered aircraft transports both U.S. and Canadian residents from Toronto to a factory the company owns in Winnipeg? These questions and more will be answered by a group of operators, international service providers and aviation attorneys that deal with cross-border issues on a daily basis.

Steps for a Successful Cross-Border Flight (0.90 MB)
Cabotage Scenarios/Questions (0.83 MB)
Cabotage Restrictions in the U.S. Overview (1.78 MB)

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

NBAA Implementing a Practical and Compliant Safety Management System

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Moderated by: NBAA Domestic Operations Committee

Join operators who have implemented a Safety Management System (SMS) within their respective operations as they offer their perspectives on implementing a practical and compliant SMS in flight operations of all sizes.

Safety Management System (2.23 MB)
Selected Legal Issues: Implementing a Practical and Compliant SMS (0.31 MB)
SMS for the Small Operator (0.33 MB)
Practical and Compliant SMS (0.56 MB)
Practical SMS – FAA Part 135 (3.12 MB)

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

NBAA Buying a Business Aircraft: Lessons from the Trenches

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Alan Burnett, CenterPoint Aviation Law, PLLC; Stuart Hope, Hope Aviation Insurance; Frank Polk, McAfee & Taft; and Dave Weil, Solairus Aviation

Using real-life scenarios and role playing, this Session will bring to life the complexities surrounding buying a business aircraft (from a high-performance, single-engine piston to an intercontinental turbojet) and how to address those in an effective manner. Understanding the marketplace, the regulatory environment, tax, financing and insurance considerations, and operational issues related to intended use of the aircraft will be highlighted by seasoned experts who have successfully completed hundreds of aircraft transactions.

Buying a Business Aircraft - Lessons from the Trenches (0.38 MB)
Closing Checklist (0.08 MB)

Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

NBAA Safety Town Hall Meeting

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N232

Keepingsafety on the horizon - developing NBAA's future safety leaders. How prepared are we to help develop and train the next generation of business aviation's safety professionals? The future will bring all measures of change that involves leadership preparation, safety culture, development, equipment, globalization, shortages of qualified personnel, data mining and other critical areas. Join this Session to hear safety and industry leaders share what we can do to always keep safety in view.

Operational Risk Trends (1.51 MB)
The Foundation of Safety Management System (8.04 MB)
Safety Culture Video Project (0.36 MB)
The Importance of Strategic & Capital Planning as it Relates to Safety (0.41 MB)
Business Aviation Resources - What Can We Do Now? (0.42 MB)

Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

NBAA NextGen Equipage: What's in it for Business Aviation?

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N223

Moderated by: Gisele Mohler, FAA

Presenters: Margaret Jenny, RTCA; Jim Eck, FAA Technical Operations; Robert Nichols, FAA Surveillance and Broadcast Services; Doug Arbuckle, FAA Surveillance and Broadcast Services; Phil Straub, Garmin; and Michael Dymet, NEXA.

Business Aviation is already experiencing safety and efficiency benefits by operators who are equipped to take advantage of current NextGen operational capabilities. Equipping early will get you ahead of the game for future capabilities. Learn from FAA and aviation industry experts how NextGen programs and avionics development are moving forward and what to expect when you're ready to equip. Speakers from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry will participate in a discussion on aircraft equipage for business aviation.

NextGen Equipage - What's in it for Business Aviation (5.26 MB)

Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

NBAA Getting Reimbursed for Flights - What Do the FARs Say?

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N242

Presented by: Eli Mansour, Luce Forward and Kathy Yodice, Yodice Associates

FAA regulations, interpretations and case law surrounding payment or reimbursements can be confusing and even appear contradictory. What costs can a private pilot charge to other passengers or to the Company when flying for business purposes? Will a commercial pilot certificate allow greater reimbursement for flights? This Session will clarify the legal maze and provide a path forward to help offset or recover flying expenses.

Getting Reimbursed for Flights: What Do the FARs Say? (0.22 MB)

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Professional Development Program (PDP): How to Become an NBAA PDP Provider

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Presented by: Members of PDP Review Committee and Sarah Wolf, NBAA

The NBAA Professional Development Program (PDP) continues to grow and add providers. With over 8,000 Course completions, come and see how you can become involved as a provider.

How to become an NBAA PDP Provider (0.53 MB)

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Managing Major Engine and Airframe Event Costs

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Presented by: George Kleros, Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI)

Aviation managers can plan and manage major event costs while maintaining a high level of service and quality. Advanced event planning is a critical part to determining your operating and maintenance budget. This Session will help you: learn how to avoid surprises by learning what to ask maintenance facilities; understand the difference between event "estimates" versus what your final costs will be and how to budget for them; and determine best practices for managing quality and costs during a major event.

Managing Costs for Major Events (3.96 MB)

Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Overcoming Legal Impediments to Safety Management Systems (SMS)

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Kent Jackston, Jackson & Wade, LLC

Many attorneys are opposed to the implementation of safety management systems (SMS). There are legitimate legal concerns associated with SMS, but these concerns must be balanced with the benefits of SMS. This program will also present the legal ramifications of failing to implement SMS.

Overcoming Legal Impediments to SMS (0.61 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Local/Regional Business Aviation Associations Networking Session

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N243

Basic Fundamentals to Building a Successful and Sustainable Association in Aviation (1.45 MB)
Local & Regional Groups Networking Session (2.35 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

NBAA Tax Benefits When Using Business Aircraft

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N242

Presented by: Jed Wolcott, Wolcott & Associates, P.A., CPAs and Sue Folkringa, Wolcott & Associates, P.A., CPAs

This Session will show Attendees how to minimize business taxes through the acquisition and operation of general aviation aircraft for business travel. This presentation will cover which expenses can be deducted when personal airplanes are used for business purposes, as well as how to maximize deductions of Company-owned aircraft.

Tax Benefits of Business Aircraft Ownership (1.46 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

NBAA Supplemental Lift and Your Flight Department

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Presented by: Denise Wilson, Desert Jet

Perhaps your flight department's aircraft just had a mechanical and you need a replacement aircraft for a trip leaving in two hours. Or, perhaps you need to move larger groups than your in-house fleet can accommodate on an occasional basis. Usage of supplemental lift is an efficient way to manage additional demand in between periods of expansion based on a permanent need. Supplemental lift options, such as fractional ownership, jet card membership, on-demand charter, time sharing and dry lease arrangements, all have their pros and cons. In this Session, various outsourced support alternatives available to you as a flight department leader managing a busy flight schedule will be discussed. Most importantly, emphasis will be placed on selecting a provider whose safety and service standards best match that of your flight department.

Aircraft Charter Consumer Guide (1.76 MB)
The Definitive Guide to Supplemental Lift (2.84 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

NBAA Cape Town Treaty and International Registry Update -- the Latest Issues and Practical Solutions

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Rob Cowan, Aviareto and Scott McCreary, McAfee & Taft

This Session, geared towards aircraft buyers, lenders and aviation legal counsel, will provide a brief overview of the Cape Town Convention and the Aircraft Protocol (the "Treaty"), and address recent issues and important developments under the Treaty.

Latest Issues and Practical Solutions (0.37 MB)
Future Developments International Registry Progress, Plans and Pitfalls (1.88 MB)
Outline and Suggested Best Practices Checklist (0.14 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

NBAA New York City Airspace Review and Discussion

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N232

Presented by: Dean Snell, NBAA GA Desk and Ralph Tamburro, Traffic Manager New York TRACON

This Session will include a review and discussion of the New York City airspace hosted by the NBAA GA Desk and New York ATC facilities traffic management staff. Review will include details on the October implementation of the 2A New York/Philadelphia Redesign, the TRC (Tactical Route Coordinator) position at New York TRACON, traffic flow constraints during SWAP (Severe Weather Avoidance Plan) and how the numerous New York City airports interact with each other.

New York City Area Airspace Overview (3.88 MB)

Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Best Practices in Corporate Shuttle Operations

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N237

Presented by: Members of the NBAA Domestic Operations Committee Corporate Shuttle Working Group

Join Members of the NBAA Domestic Operations Committee Corporate Shuttle Working Group as they discuss considerations for starting a corporate shuttle service and best practices for operating corporate shuttles.

NBAA Best Practices in Corporate Shuttle Operations (0.45 MB)

Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

NBAA Aircraft Finance and Leasing Update

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N231

Presented by: Glenn Hediger, Aviation Financial Consulting, LLC; Ed Kammerer, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, LLP; and David M. Labrozzi, GE Capital - Corporate Aircraft Finance

What does the aircraft finance marketplace hold for buyers/lessees of business aircraft? What impact will new regulations and rules from the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have on the lending community? On aircraft operators? Attend this panel discussion for answers to these questions, and more.

Aircraft Finance and Leasing Update (0.37 MB)

Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Flight Attendant Drug and Alcohol Program Support by FAA

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N219

Presented by: Deborah McCormick, FADAP Project Coordinator

Where do you turn when a coworker is experiencing a form of drug or alcohol addiction? The FAA has developed the Flight Attendant Drug and Alcohol Program (FADAP) to help cabin crew deal with addiction issues. Join us for this Session to gain an understanding of what resources and services the FADAP can provide to those in need in your organization

Flight Attendant Drug and Alcohol Program (0.49 MB)

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA The Importance of Stabilized Landings -- A Runway Excursion Prevention Tool

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, N232

Presented by: Steve Charbonneau, ALCS Aviation

Runway excursions have risen to one of the highest accident causes over the past few years, resulting in over $500 million in losses since 2006. Come to this Session to understand how preventing runway excursions begins before the wheels even touch the runway.

Stabilized Landings - A Runway Excursion Prevention Tool; Reducing The Risk of Runway Excursions (3.33 MB)

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