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Below are presentations from the NBAA 65th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2012) held from Tuesday, October 30, through Thursday, November 1, 2012, at the Orange County Convention Center, with a Static Display of Aircraft at Orlando Executive Airport.
Join this valuable and interactive Session to hear a panel of experts review recent aviation insurance claims from their own perspectives. From risk management and insurance planning (broker) to implementation of coverage (underwriter) and claims adjustment/defense (claims adjuster/attorney), the panel will analyze a series of cases and the lessons learned.
Aviation Insurance Claims: Case Review (0.11 MB)
RVSM approvals continue to be an issue for many business aviation operators. Hear the latest on NBAA's work with FAA on this issue and learn more about operational control implications of these authorizations on various operational structures.
Operational Control Best Practices (0.47 MB)
Operational Control Part 2: Special Authorizations (0.29 MB)
When it comes to outfitting an aircraft with cabin communication and Next Gen equipage, knowledge is key. This Session provides insight to the choices and pitfalls of existing and new system architectures. Electrical Wiring Integration System (EWIS) plays a major role in today's aircraft as opposed to EWIS compliance as installed in legacy aircraft.
Flight Risk Assessment Tools (FRAT) are very important in support of the management of operational risks, and much more. The second generation of FRATs has entered into the marketplace. They are the software evolution of the first generation hard-copy models that were integral elements of the initial Safety Management Systems (SMS) protocols and resources. The goal of the study was to accelerate the evolution of FRATs. The sooner FRATs are easier to use and capable of providing provide better information, the more impact they will create. The information gathered from this study is specifically applicable to helping commercial FRAT developers, as well as in-house operations, maximize the improvement of the tools and their benefits.
Join Members of the NBAA Domestic Operations Committee as they discuss current Part 135 issues.
Part 135 Hot Topics (0.20 MB)
When a newly-acquired aircraft does not meet its new owner's expectations and post-sale negotiations fail, the buyer will likely seek legal advice. Because of the complex array of state and federal laws and potential issues that can be raised by the aggrieved party, a "deal gone bad" can be a nightmare for the unwary and uninformed. This presentation will address the variety of potential problems associated with the sale of a business aircraft and how to deal with them.
What types of SatCom are available and how do they compare? What can a passenger do with a SatCom system? How can SatCom provide operational benefits? This Session will also include discussions of: SatCom technology – including radios and antennas; SatCom public services – including applications and service providers; and SatCom operational and safety services – applications and service providers.
This panel discussion will provide a review of the implementation of the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and will discuss the first year of carbon trading in 2012/2013. Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding EU-ETS and look ahead to potential changes that could be made to the program and their impact on operators.
EU-ETS: Compliance in 2013 and Beyond (0.93 MB)
Industry-leading operators, providers and regulatory experts share solutions for issues that confront operators during the transition to day-to-day operation and, specifically, training regarding iPad implementation in the flight deck.
Training Solutions for Flight Deck iPad Implementation (0.17 MB)
Use of Mobile Devices in Aviation Learning (0.35 MB)
iPad Training Requirements and Challenges (1.15 MB)
Bringing iPad to Your Cockpit: Getting Started with Hardware and Applications (1.91 MB)
Flight Safety and the Future of Aviation Training (11.14 MB)
Who supplies SatCom radios and antennas? Who provides satellite communications services? How are the suppliers and service providers different? This Session will provide answers to these questions and will address the following topics: Inmarsat radios and antennas, and Inmarsat distribution partners; Iridium radios and antennas, and Iridium airtime providers; and Ku/Ka radios, antennas and service providers.
SatCom Buyer’s Guide (1.45 MB)
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@example.com
Many operators have had their Safety Management Systems (SMS) in place for a number of years. Join peers for a discussion of risks mitigated, how SMS concepts have matured for operators since implementation, paperless technology for SMS, integration with industrial risk management concepts, and integrating SMS with other required programs of an operator.
Lee Blake Manager - Corporate Shuttle Cummins Inc. (0.30 MB)
Safety Management Systems: What Have You Mitigated Recently? (Brackin) (0.79 MB)
Safety Management Systems: What Have You Mitigated Recently? (Parker) (2.51 MB)
Target Corporation Flight Services (0.22 MB)
The business aviation community "exports" aircraft both in the normal course of international flight operations and in cross border aircraft transactions. The presenters will give a primer on and provide real world examples of how U.S. export and economic embargo laws affect international transactions and operations. They will also touch on when and how grease payments or commissions may run afoul of U.S. anti-corruption laws. The session will demystify such acronyms as OFAC, BIS, DDTC, EAR, ITAR, ECCN, FCPA and SDN, and provide practical guidance on how companies should screen transactions.
This Session will discuss NextGen operational benefits from equipment in the aircraft now, as well as benefits operators can expect to receive as FAA continues to implement NextGen in National Airspace System.
*This Session is eligible for CAM Application and Recertification credit. This Session will take the mystery out of budgeting and accounting for your aircraft. It will provide guidance on how to create "flexible" budgets for varying levels of aircraft activity. In addition, Attendees will learn about suggested cost categories to use when setting up an aircraft accounting system. Finally, they will identify key data elements that are necessary to track for tax and regulatory compliance.
Is your organization expanding its travel routes? Are you planning a trip to China or India in the next year? China and India continue to be attractive destinations for organizations looking to expand their operations, as do countries in Latin America and Africa. Attend this session to learn about strategies for mitigating risks when travelling to new destinations and to obtain best practices to help companies plan for and protect their employees and guests from potential risks abroad, whether related to an injury, sickness, safety, security, health, finances or travel.
Next Stop: China, India and Beyond (5.94 MB)
The IRS's recent Chef Counsel Advice (CCA) on Federal Excise Tax (FET) applicability as it relates to aircraft management company arrangements has turned the industry on its head. Learn what the CCA says, strategies for minimizing the tax, and industry advocacy efforts to educate the IRS about why their CCA is incorrect.
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