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NBAA and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) will join forces this fall for the first-ever, joint Light Business Airplane (LBA) Conference to help their members get the greatest business value from their light business airplanes.
Focused education sessions will be presented at the LBA Conference in conjunction with the NBAA 63rd Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2010), October 19–21, 2010, in Atlanta, GA. A second, joint LBA Conference will be held in conjunction with AOPS Aviation Summit, November 11–13, 2010, in Long Beach, CA.
In addition to LBA Conference sessions, light business airplane operators at NBAA2010 are welcome to visit hundreds of Exhibitors at the Georgia World Congress Center, see cutting edge business aircraft on display at DeKalb Peachtree Airport, and attend any of over 100 education and maintenance and operations (M&O) sessions.
LBA Conference sessions have been designed specifically for owners and operators flying GA airplanes for business. Review the agenda.
Dozens of light business airplanes will be on display at Atlanta’s DeKalb Peachtree Airport on October 19–21, 2010
Review the aircraft list.
Review the list of hotels in Atlanta that are offering special NBAA2010 rates, and learn more about getting around Atlanta. Continue.
Registration for the LBA Conference is administered through the NBAA2010 registration process. Register now.
Learn more about the NBAA member benefits for light business airplane pilots, and see why NBAA is the leading organization for people who use aircraft to make their business grow and prosper. More.
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