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PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

Honoring a Legacy of Safety and Advocacy

The business aviation community recently lost a tireless advocate, respected leader and good friend in John Winant, the former NBAA president who passed away earlier this year. It is a fitting tribute to dedicate this first themed edition of NBAA’s Business Aviation Insider to one of business aviation’s most ardent advocates of safety. MORE>>>

MEMBER PROFILE

Safe Flight Makes Aviation Safety Its Business

White Plains, NY-based Safe Flight has been on the leading edge of designing and producing aviation performance and safety equipment for military, commercial and general aviation aircraft. The company has grown along with the aircraft industry and the majority of the world's aircraft manufacturers are clients. MORE >>>

MEMBER BENEFITS

NBAA Launches New Air Mail Listserv Dedicated to Safety

NBAA Members have long valued the many Air Mail e-mail discussion lists created for collaboration and communication on topics of importance to business aviation. Now, NBAA is pleased to announce the launch of a new Air Mail listserv exclusively focused on safety. MORE >>>

UPCOMING EVENTS

CASS, Safety Standdowns Promote Safety Best Practices

Business aviation continues to have an outstanding safety record, but to maintain that record requires vigilance and dedication on the part of the entire community. That is why NBAA offers Members multiple opportunities to enhance training and more. MORE >>>

TIPS & TOOLS

Get the Most Out of Emergency Evacuation Training

Over the past few years, more flight departments have discovered the value of emergency evacuation instruction and are requiring their flight attendants, and even pilots, to attend annual training. Industry awareness and a wider acceptance of how proper emergency training can help to prevent incidents/accidents has been fueling the growth of the emergency training business. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>

SAFETY FIRST

An SMS Can Raise the Safety Bar

A safety management system (SMS), which takes a systematic, proactive approach to accident and incident mitigation, can further improve business aviation’s already exemplary safety record. Safety has always been the top priority for business aviation, and over the past several decades, the industry has lowered its accident rate by embracing new technologies and by addressing human factors. MEMBERS READ MORE >>>


IN REMEBRANCE
John Winant: A Key Figure in Business Aviation Worldwide

CAPITAL VIEW
NBAA Interview With NTSB Member Deborah A.P. Hersman

MEMBER ADVOCACY
NBAA Seeks Better Solution for Landings on Contaminated Runways

REGULATORY HOT TOPICS
NBAA, Operators Continue to Push Back Against TSA’s Security Proposal

AIRPORT CHECK-IN
Get Informed Before Flying Into an Unfamiliar Airport

REGIONAL REPRESENTATION
NBAA, Local Advocates Effect Positive Change at FTY

ASK THE OSG
Using Threat and Error Management to Improve Safety

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CAM Certification Emphasizes Safety, Leadership

UPCOMING EVENTS
EBACE2009 Will Draw Global Industry