July 2, 2015
NBAA calls upon its more than 10,000 Member Companies to make their voices heard in strong opposition to any legislative proposal that would strip congressional oversight of the nation’s air traffic control (ATC) network in favor of a private entity funded through user fees. "Our industry cannot be silent or complacent against these threats," said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. "We must once again make our united voice of opposition heard on this issue.” Use NBAA's Contact Congress tools and let your concerns be heard. Learn more
There are a number of steps business aviation operators can take to ensure their security, especially when traveling overseas. For example, flight-plan data for European missions is available on a subscription basis from Eurocontrol’s Network Manager Operations Center, and businesses use that data to find customers. There are many steps operators can take to keep their aircraft movements more secure in such situations, and one of the simplest is avoiding the use of an N-number that points people directly to your company, said Greg Kulis, an international business jet captain and former chairman of NBAA’s Security Council. Read more.