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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

Momentum Against User Fees Is Building Thanks to Member Involvement

More than two years ago, Board Chairman Ken Emerick predicted that one of NBAA's top legislative priorities would be prevention of aviation user fees. How right Ken was: For the next two years, the big airlines and the FAA promoted an air traffic control (ATC) system funded entirely with new user fees, and subject to reduced congressional oversight. MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

Company Airplane Connects MI Windows and Doors With the World

For thousands of small towns that stretch across America, business aviation is the transportation lifeline that enables those communities to remain competitive in the global economy. One such place is the central Pennsylvania town of Gratz (population 676), whose primary employer is MI Windows and Doors, Inc. MORE >>>

MEMEBER ADVOCACY

NBAA Continues Fighting To Defeat User Fees

NBAA continues leading the fight against new user fee proposals for funding the FAA. A U.S. Senate committee introduced a proposal that included a per-flight user fee to move FAA funding away from the existing, ultra-efficient fuel tax funding system for the FAA and toward one based on user fees. NBAA, its Members, and the general aviation (GA) community, went to work immediately. MORE >>>

BEST SECURITY PRACTICES

Are You As Secure As You Can Be? Policymakers’ Scrutiny of GA Security Continues

Background checks for flightcrews? Check. All passengers on the manifest? Check. Flight plan filed with the FAA? Check. Passenger baggage accounted for and on board? Check. These elements and many others are likely addressed in your company’s hiring process, flight department operations manual and other references. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

CAPITAL VIEW

NBAA Interview With Rep. Jim Oberstar

Now in his 17th term, Rep. Jim Oberstar (D-8-MN) is the longest-serving member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Minnesota, and is considered a top expert on transportation issues – including aviation policy – in the U.S. Congress. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

60th ANNIVERSARY

A Decade of Milestones

The late 1950s and '60s were a time of innovation and accomplishment for the business aviation community. During an era that witnessed the introduction of new aircraft types and aviation technology, NBAA strengthened its tradition of service by increasing its offerings for Members. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>


MEMBER BENEFITS
NBAA’s Membership Directory Puts Information at Your Fingertips

REGULATORY HOT TOPICS
How Would Changes to the Commercial Pilot Retirement Age Affect Your Flight Operation?

REGIONAL REPRESENTATION
NBAA’s Access Committee Active on Multiple Fronts

HOT PRODUCTS
NBAA ALAR Training Aid, NBAA Oceanic Flying Operations and Procedures Manual and NBAA Airports Handbook