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Business Aviation Insider: Schedulers and Dispatchers: Integral to Safety

The Dispatch section of NBAA's March/April 2017 issue of Business Aviation Insider magazine provides an overview on how schedulers and licensed dispatchers play an important role in any safety program. 

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NBAA Offers Two Professional Development Program Courses in May
April 21, 2017

NBAA's Professional Development Program (PDP) was developed to prepare business aviation professionals for management roles within business aviation flight departments. On May 5, in West Palm Beach, FL, NBAA is offering a PDP course on strategic leadership. On May 15-16, in Washington, DC, a PDP course on practical aviation risk management will be offered. Register now.

Aircraft Operations

User Friendly Graphical Forecast Goes Live, Helping Enhance Safety, Efficiency
April 21, 2017

The National Weather Service has transitioned the Graphical Forecast for Aviation (GFA) from experimental to an operational product. The GFA should make interpreting the information easier, improving the safety and efficiency, said John Kosak, weather project manager at NBAA’s Air Traffic Services. The GFA will replace the old text based area forecast product in the fall of 2017, but only for the continental U.S. products. The GFA also is interactive, allowing users to customize their experience. Learn more.

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Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. Learn more.

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