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For the general aviation community, 2007 brings tremendous challenges and opportunities. This year, Congress will vote on legislation that outlines funding and operations for the nation’s air transportation system for years to come and radical changes are being sought by the commercial airlines that would put the world’s most successful aviation system at great risk. MORE >>>
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. READ MORE >>>
The NBAA General Aviation (GA) Desk staff can provide you with the tools and information needed to enhance trip planning and facilitate issue resolution. As part of their membership, NBAA Members automatically have access to several GA Desk benefits, including an airspace-related newsletter. MORE >>>
Imagine facing the prospect of paralyzing congestion of the airways and possible airline domination of the ATC system without having an organization such as NBAA there to preserve and protect your rights as a business aircraft operator. That was the scenario before NBAA was founded in 1947. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>
Having spent more than two decades in the U.S. Congress, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) has built a solid reputation as a staunch supporter of general aviation. NBAA spoke with Sen. Roberts about his experience, his new position and the priority issues for general aviation in Washington. MEMBERS READ MORE >
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Effective January 23, virtually all people traveling by aircraft to the United States from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda are required to present a valid passport in order to enter the country. Previously, citizens of Mexico, Canada and Bermuda were not required to have a passport when entering the US by air. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>
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