CBAA/NBAA Cross-Border Issues Conference

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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. With this close geographic and economic relationship, many business aircraft operators from both countries conduct frequent crossborder flights. CBAA and NBAA have jointly developed a seminar to address the common challenges faced by operators transporting passengers across the border to conduct business in both countries.

This interactive seminar will bring together industry leading experts on cross-border issues including government officials, aviation attorneys and international service providers. Representatives from agencies such as U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Canada Border Services Agency have been invited to participate.

Attendees of this CBAA/NBAA Cross-Border Issues Conferences will learn how to:

  • Understand the economic and regulatory issues that pertain to cross-border flights;
  • Utilize trusted traveler programs in Canada, such as CANPASS, and comply with U.S. Advance Passenger Information System requirements;
  • Apply industry developed best practices for working with air charter brokers to arrange flights;
  • Understand cabotage restrictions and their impact on flights within the U.S. and Canada;
  • Develop best practices for clearing Customs in the U.S. and Canada based on feedback from regulators in both countries.

  • Sponsorship Opportunities

    Sponsorship Opportunities

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    • Registration

      Registration

      Register to attend the CBAA/NBAA 2011 Cross-Border Issues Conference through the secure online form. Continue.

    Download the CBAA/NBAA Cross-Boarder Issues Conference Brochure. (443 KB, PDF)

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