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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

A Year for the Record Book – And More to Come

With each new year comes an opportunity to review milestones and reflect on challenges ahead. In 2007, the business aviation community withstood a massive political and PR campaign by the big airlines to impose user fees and take control of the air transportation system.MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

From One Airplane, Many Opportunities

Small business owners, whose livelihoods depend on maximizing their limited time and resources, are always looking for tools that can help them expand their markets and increase their efficiency. For Paul Stafford, a commercial real estate investment specialist based in Missoula, MT, that tool is a 1998 Malibu Mirage. He uses the single-engine, piston-powered airplane to extend the reach of his real estate practice. MORE >>>

SECURITY SPOTLIGHT

DHS Formulating New Screening Requirements for International Business Flights

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is in the process of developing several new security requirements for overseas business jet flights as part of its continuing focus on general aviation (GA) operations. MORE >>>

MEMBER BENEFITS

NBAA Offers Extensive Year-Round Tax Resources to Member Companies

Resources Online NBAA’s online tax, finance and insurance resources, located at www.nbaa.org/ taxes, provide a one-stop shop for NBAA Members to learn about and research business aviation tax issues, including federal, state, foreign and employment tax issues. The web site provides written resources, articles, charts, tables and checklists. MORE >>>

CAPITAL VIEW

NBAA Interview With Rep. Sam Graves

Rep. Sam Graves has represented Missouri’s Sixth Congressional District since 2000. This district includes rural areas that rely on GA. From his position on the House Transportation Committee, Graves has served his constituents in the GA community effectively, supporting local airports and speaking out in opposition to aviation user fees as part of the FAA reauthorization currently before Congress. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

TIPS & TOOLS

Outside Services That Let Your Flight Department Soar

There’s no need for aviation managers to feel alone when it’s hiring time, there is a lot of help available. Whatever the size of your company, help can be found, ranging from on-site evaluations by experienced human resources specialists to aviation employment web sites for a do-it-yourself approach to flight department management. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>


ASK THE OSG
What Equipment Is Required for Overwater Operations?

TIPS & TOOLS
Time to Reopen Your Icing Toolbox

TIPS & TOOLS
Persistence, Networking Are Key to Becoming a Business Aviation Flight Attendant

STRATEGIC FOCUS TEAMS
Sharpening the Pencil Point of NBAA Committees

BOARD ROOM
Unique Perspectives, Common Vision

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Aspiring CAMs Have More Options in 2008

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NBAA Scholarship Programs Grow Dramatically
Opportunities for Students and Professionals Alike

NBAA ANNOUNCEMENTS
Plan To Participate, Tell Us About Your Green Practices, and More!