NBAA 20th Annual Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference

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Conference Attendees Can Continue Networking Via S&D Air Mail

LONG BEACH, CA, January 16, 2009 – Taking advantage of the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers (S&D) Conference’s many educational sessions – either on-site or through distance-learning options such as podcasts and videos – is one of the greatest Member benefits for NBAA schedulers and dispatchers.

But another Member benefit that all schedulers and dispatchers can enjoy everyday is the Schedulers & Dispatchers Air Mail list, an e-mail discussion list with more than 1,000 subscribers set aside for collaboration and discussion on topics of interest to schedulers and dispatchers. Through Air Mail, NBAA Members can communicate their concerns, questions, gripes and insights with their fellow Members on nearly any topic relevant to the group.

An e-mail message sent by a subscriber to the S&D Air Mail discussion list is broadcast to everyone on that list. Air Mail messages also are archived on NBAA’s web site. Messages cover a range of topics, from how to obtain landing slots at a particular airport, to when the next S&D regional group meeting will be held.

Perhaps best of all, schedulers and dispatchers can use this list to continue networking with all the new friends they met at this year’s S&D Conference.

Only S&D list subscribers may post messages to the list, so Members should be sure to review the rules of participation before subscribing. To subscribe or to get more information, visit www.nbaa.org/airmail.

Any person who attends an NBAA convention, conference, seminar or other program grants permission to NBAA, its employees and agents (collectively "NBAA") to record his or her visual/audio images, including, but not limited to, photographs, digital images, voices, sound or video recordings, audio clips, or accompanying written descriptions, and, without notifying such person, to use his or her name and such images for any purpose of NBAA, including advertisements for NBAA and its programs.