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Bolen States Opposition to H.R. 4441, Calling It 'Big Airlines' Power Grab'

In testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen warned of the potentially harmful consequences inherent in the creation a privatized air traffic control system, funded by user fees.

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Flight Department Administration

NBAA Offers Free Webinar on Feb. 10 Looking at Part 135 Rest and Duty Regulations
Feb. 1, 2016

FAA regulations governing FAR Part 135 crew duty and rest times have been a source of confusion for many operators, particularly following an October 2015 FAA chief counsel interpretation. Although that interpretation was in line with others on the subject, it came as a surprise to many who did not fully understand how the regulations affect pilots who are "on call." NBAA is offering a webinar on Feb. 10 that will advise operators about proper crew duty and rest procedures. Register today.

Aircraft Operations

NBAA Accepting 2016 Flying Safety Award Applications Through March 1
Feb. 8, 2016

For more than 60 years, NBAA's Flying Safety Award program has recognized member companies for achievement in maintaining safe flying operations and helping bring worldwide attention to the outstanding business aircraft safety record. NBAA invites members to submit applications for any of these Flying Safety Awards: Corporate Business Flying Safety Award, Commercial Business Flying Safety Award, Maintenance Department Safety Award, ATP or Commercial Pilot Safety Award, Private Pilot Safety Award, Maintenance/Avionics Technician Safety Award or Aviation Support Services Safety Award. New for 2016, NBAA has added the Scheduler & Licensed Dispatcher Safety Award. Apply today.

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