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NBAA is dedicated to representing business aviation before policymakers at the state, federal and local level. NBAA’s team of professionals advocates for Association Members’ interests through daily contact with Members of Congress, as well as officials at the White House, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration, the Department of Transportation, the IRS, Customs and Border Protection and other federal and local government representatives.
NBAA keeps Members informed about issues of importance to the business aviation community and urges individuals to make their voices heard among elected officials and decision-makers at the local, state and federal level. Learn more.
When Members want to make their voices heard on the top issues affecting business aviation, NBAA can help them become advocates for their companies and the industry. Learn more.
NBAA’s online Contact Congress resource helps the people in business aviation make their voices heard about the policies most important to them. Learn more.
GA Caucuses have been established in both the House of Representatives and Senate to work with the aviation industry and government agencies to insure a safe and vibrant environment exists for GA, and promote its value to the nation’s economy and transportation system. Learn more.
NBAA representatives routinely appear before Congressional Committees, regulatory bodies, policy forums and other venues to advance policies that support business aviation. Learn more.
NBAA’s regional efforts involve work on policies affecting business aviation taxation, airport access and land use, security, aircraft noise and emissions, and other priorities. Learn more about on specific local issues.
NBAA-PAC's purpose is to raise funds and make contributions to federal candidates, party committees, and PACs that support business aviation. Learn More.
Review NBAA's letters to regulatory authorities and elected officials.