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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

Strengthening Communication For NBAA’s Membership

Living in interesting times, the old saying goes, brings challenges and opportunities. The saying is certainly proving true for business aviation. Since 9/11, our Member Companies have responded admirably to near-continuous demands to adapt to changing security environments. MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

Business Aviation Helps Metal Recycler Manitoba Expand Its Opportunities

One company that has been able to make the hospitalist treatment trend economically viable for smaller medical centers located outside of metropolitan areas is Phoenix-based Apogee Medical Group, a five-year-old small business that provides teams of hospitalists to regional facilities in 15 states. MORE >>>

TIPS & TOOLS

Prepare Yourself for the Upcoming Icing Season

Icing encounters can be lethal, even for turbine powered aircraft. Business aircraft operators based in the northern United States, as well as fliers located in warmer climates who may occasionally fly into colder, ice-prone areas, need to be prepared for the icing season. This should involve familiarizing pilots with in-flight and ground anti-ice/deicing procedures... MORE >>>

REGIONAL REPRESENTATION

Regional Reps, the Local Face of NBAA

NBAA Headquarters is never more than just a phone call or e-mail away, and yet sometimes you might wish for just a friendly face, someone closer by who can help you answer an operational question or provide insight on a challenge facing your local airport. Your NBAA regional representative is just the person you’re looking for. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

CAPITAL VIEW

NBAA’s Interview With Representative Todd Tiahrt

Rep.Todd Tiahrt (R-4-KS) is one of the most knowledgeable sources in Congress about the general aviation community, as well as an advocate for the industry. NBAA recently asked Tiahrt about business aviation and the policy challenges confronting the industry in Washington, DC.
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REGULATORY HOT TOPICS

Who Has Operational Control?

The FAA's examination of "operational control" required an industry review of operational control systems/procedures. In response, NBAA organized meetings throughout 2006 to ensure that the FAA heard the voice of the industry, and the Association continues to represent Members on this issue.
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MEMBER BENEFITS
Two must-have administrative references for the business aviation manager's bookshelf are NBAA's Management Guide and Flight Department Essentials.