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Make no mistake: Operating a business aircraft in the international arena presents significant challenges and requires all operators to be on top of safety, operational, regulatory, environmental, and cultural issues and considerations. Only NBAA's International Operators Conference, developed by NBAA's International Operations Committee, succinctly delivers the latest developments and critical information you need to know as a business aviation pilot or international trip planner. This conference, now celebrating its 40th consecutive year of high-quality presenters and programming, is designed for all companies that operate in the international environment, whether across a border or to the far corners of the globe.
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A one-day NBAA Professional Development Program (PDP) course will be held on Friday, March 8, 2013, in conjunction with the International Operators Conference. This workshop provides information and guidance to operators who are implementing, or considering implementing, the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), in order to help them complete the IS-BAO registration process efficiently and effectively. Learn more about the Fundamentals of IS-BAO Workshop.
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