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October 3, 2012

NBAA Convention Report

Join Your Business Aviation Peers
in Orlando at NBAA2012

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This month, NBAA’s 65th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2012) will provide a unique gathering place for Members to unite and address the challenges facing the industry today. The show will offer dozens of education sessions – including programming for light business airplane owners and operators – as well as more than 1,000 exhibits, nearly 150 static aircraft and valuable networking opportunities with 25,000 of your peers. Register for NBAA2012 today.

Congressman John L. Mica (R-7-FL)

Rep. John Mica to Speak at NBAA2012 Opening General Session
NBAA’s Convention is always an effective venue for highlighting the value of business aviation with national policymakers, and that will once again be the case when Congressman John L. Mica (R-7-FL) serves as a featured speaker during the NBAA2012 Opening General Session on Oct. 30. Mica serves as the chairman of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, which is one of the largest congressional panels in the U.S. House of Representatives. "We are pleased to welcome Chairman Mica as a featured speaker, who is a national leader on transportation policy in the United States, including aviation issues," said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. Mica will be joined at the session by FAA Acting Administrator Michael Huerta, Forbes Publisher Rich Karlgaard and electronics pioneer Bill Crutchfield. Learn more.

Five Quick Tips for Making the Most of NBAA2012

Five Tips for Making the Most of NBAA2012
Attendees at NBAA’s Convention always look for ways to optimize their time and make the most of their experience, and this week’s edition of the NBAA Flight Plan podcast features an interview with Linda Peters, NBAA vice president of exhibits, with tips for planning ahead of the show, and on-site, for ensuring the Convention meets all of your business objectives. Listen now.

LBA Static Display

Fly Yourself for Business? NBAA/AOPA Sessions Are a Must-Attend
NBAA and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) are once again joining forces to help operators get the greatest business value from their light business airplanes (LBA). The jointly sponsored Light Business Airplane Conference is being held this fall in conjunction with both NBAA2012 and AOPA Summit, where it will offer focused education sessions designed specifically for owners and operators flying general aviation aircraft for business. In addition to attending these sessions, LBA operators at NBAA2012 also are welcome to visit hundreds of exhibits and aircraft of all types and sizes on two separate displays, with one especially focused on light business airplanes. Register now.

Quick Facts
EVENT DATE
Oct. 30 – Nov. 1, 2012

EVENT LOCATION
Orange County Convention Center • Showalter Flying Service at Orlando Executive Airport (ORL) • Orlando, FL

ATTENDEE PRICING
Online Registration
NBAA Member $220
Non-Member $420
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On-Site Registration
NBAA Member $315
Non-Member $515
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Highlights
NBAA2012: There's an App for That

Podcast: Five Tips for
Convention-Goers


Electronics Pioneer, Business Aviator Crutchfield to Speak

FAA Acting Administrator Huerta to Speak

Keynoters Carville and Matalin to Share Election Insights

Connect With NBAA Staff
at Coffee Social


Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons to Headline Soiree


NBAA/CAn Soiree
NBAA2012 Coffee Social
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About NBAA: Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. The Association represents 9,000 Member Companies of all sizes located across the country. NBAA provides more than 100 products and services to the business aviation community, including the NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention, the world's largest civil aviation trade show.

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