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Monday, October 18

Time: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Cessna/NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

Sponsored by: Cessna Aircraft Company

Owner-operators, stop everything and focus on aviation safety. The Cessna/NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown will draw upon the actual experiences of pilots, providing an emphasis on peer-to-peer information sharing. Safety-themed Sessions will focus on emerging technologies in cockpit information and decision-support systems to enhance operational safety, best practices for on-the-ground operations, and planning for flights outside the continental U.S. All materials and meals at the Cessna/NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown will be provided compliments of Cessna Aircraft Company.

Single-Pilot Safety Standdown (0.1 MB)
Introduction to the FAA Safety Team (1.9 MB)
Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM) (8.6 MB)
FAA Hot Topics (1.1 MB)
Physiology of Fatigue (1.0 MB)
Flight in Icing Conditions (4.2 MB)
Professionalism and the Single Pilot (0.8 MB)

Tuesday, October 19

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

NBAA Resources and Bundled Training: Innovation and Creativity in Business Flight Department Training

Presented by: Harlan Sparrow, Air Carrier Training Branch, AFS210; Scott Miller, The Partnership for Corporate Aviation Training (PCAT); Doug Mykol, AirCare Solutions, Ltd.; Franco Pietracupa, Bombardier Aerospace; Shawn Scott, Scott International Procedures LLC; and Richard Sedgwick, Target Corporation

Flight Standards - National Simulator Program (0.7 MB)
The Partnership for Corporate Aviation Training (PCAT) (1.1 MB)
Innovative Training (0.8 MB)
Balancing Company Requirements Against International Procedures Training Curriculum Expectations (0.3 MB)
2000 Years of Changing Technology & a 5 Year Challenge for Aviation Training (0.4 MB)
Safety Stand Downs to Meet Training Objectives (1.0 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Local/Regional Business Aviation Associations Networking Session

Maintaining our position in the aviation industry, as well as the nation's larger inter-modal transportation system is key to the survival of business aviation.  Find out how your local/regional aviation association can affect your place in this economic and social puzzle, and what it can do to ensure the safety, grassroots political force, airport and airspace influence, economic value and jobs critical to aviation, and access to our communities.

NBAA Local/Regional Business Aviation Associations Networking Session (5.5 MB)

Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

NBAA Traffic Flow Management -- Dealing with Constraints and Preparing for the Future

Moderated by: NBAA GA Desk Personnel and FAA CDM Workgroup Leads

This session provided an in-depth discussion of common terminal and en-route constraints faced by operators in the National Airspace System (NAS), and information about how to minimize delays associated with these constraints.  NBAA GA Desk and FAA Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) Workgroup personnel provided a overview of upcoming TFM technologies and procedures that will impact business aircraft operators.    

NBAA Making Traffic Flow Management Work for You (2.6 MB)

NBAA Putting Satellite Communications to Work on Your Aircraft

Moderated by:  Elizabeth Young, Aero Industry Consultant

Text messages, voice calls, e-mails, documents - you can send and receive them all on your aircraft via satellite anywhere you fly.  Learn about the satellite networks, service providers and the hardware you will need.  This session included three panel discussions, which focused on: the satellite system; the service providers and the hardware providers.

Putting Satellite Communications to Work on Your Aircraft (0.8 MB)
Choosing the Right Satcom Solution for Your Mission (0.6 MB)
Blue Sky Network: Global Voice and Data Solutions (1.5 MB)
One size doesn't fit all (1.3 MB)
Putting Satellite Communication to Work on Your Aircraft (0.7 MB)
Putting Satellite Communication to Work on Your Aircraft (0.8 MB)
Engage Honeywell (1.2 MB)
COBHAM Satcom (0.2 MB)
Cobham Satcom Inmarsat Systems at Iridium Prices (0.6 MB)
Inmarsat Update (0.4 MB)
Rockwell Collins (0.6 MB)
Flight Deck Datalink (0.0 MB)
In Flight Broadband (2.4 MB)
Iridium Aviation Products & Services (1.1 MB)
ARINC Direct Satellite Services (0.4 MB)
Putting Connectivity to Work (0.8 MB)

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Overcoming Current Operational Challenges for Part 91 and Part 135

Presented by: Will Das, Johnson Controls; Lucille Fisher, Quality Resources; Aaron Goerlich, Garofalo Goerlich Hainbach PC; David Norton, Shackleford, Melton & McKinley LLP; and Ashley Smith, Jet Logistics

This Session introduced current operational challenges applicable to aircraft operators under Part 91 and Part 135 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, including Operations Control for Part 91, safety management system implementation and Operations Specifications (OpSpecs)/Letters of Authorization (LOAs) approval.

NBAA Overcoming Current Operational Challenges for Part 91 and Part 135 (0.3 MB)

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA Global Business Aviation Update

Presented by: Ali Al Naqbi, Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA); Sam Barone, Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA); Brian Humphries, European Business Aviation Association (EBAA); Leonid Koshelev, Russian United Business Aviation Association (RUBAA); and Karan Singh, Business Aviation Association for India (BAAI)

This panel discussion will feature the heads of business aviation associations from around the globe. Hear their perspectives on the climate for business aviation, as well as legislative/regulatory priorities they are addressing.

Global Review, Don Spruston, IBAC (1.1 MB)
Russia Update, Leonid Koshelev, RUBAA (2.0 MB)
Japan Update, Presented by JBAA (0.1 MB)

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Business Aviation Update: China/Asia

Moderated by: Jay Mesinger, J. Mesinger Corporate Jet Sales

Presented by: Robyn Cicero, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Jeff Lee, IBM

Business growth in Asia is significant, and  business aviation is proving to add value in China and the broader region. Learn about the current marketplace and needs of companies and operators, and exchange ideas on how you could tap into the marketplace.  A business case approach was used by the panelists to demonstrate real needs for business aviation -- and related products and services -- in the region.

Chinese Market Growth Strategy XYZ Company, Jeff Lee, IBM (0.1 MB)
Genearal Aviation in the Asia Pacific Region, Robyn Cicero, FAA (0.4 MB)
Challenges of Operating in Asia, A trip support perspective, Chris Buhcholz, Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. (1.2 MB)
Aircraft Charter & Management in Asia, Björn Näf, MetroJet (0.5 MB)
Maintenance Support in Asia, Lester Ingram, MetroJet (0.7 MB)
Planning for Unscheduled International Maintenance Events, SinglePoint Assist (0.4 MB)
Medical Services in China, Dr. Myles Druckman, MD, MedAire (1.2 MB)
Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA), Jason Liao, AsBAA (0.1 MB)

Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Prepare Your Flight Department: Family Assistance Response After an Incident/Accident

This Session provided information to critically enhance your Emergency Response Plan (ERP) through integration into your Safety Management System (SMS). The NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Committee is a champion of this program and advocates for flight departments to prepare themselves for family assistance as part of their response to an incident/accident. Is your flight department prepared to effectively and appropriately respond to the loved ones of those affected by an aircraft incident/accident? Do you have the tools to efficiently and effectively support families in their time of need while protecting your Company and brand reputation? Experts in this Session discussed an aviation accident's impact on family members and how family assistance training is a vital component of your ERP and SMS. Panelists included an NTSB representative, an aviation insurance representative, an operator with a family assistance plan and experts on Family Assistance planning.

Prepare Your Flight Department: Family Assistance Response after an Accident/Incident (0.6 MB)

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Stabilized Landing Concept - A Runway Excursion Prevention Tool

Presented by: Steve Charbonneau, ALCS Aviation

Runway excursions have risen to one of the highest accident causes over the past few years, resulting in over $500 million in losses since 2006. Learn how preventing runway excursions begins before the wheels even touch the runway.

NBAA Stabilized Landing Concept - A Runway Excursion Prevention Tool (0.7 MB)

Wednesday, October 20

Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

FAA NextGen Near Term Impacts on Business Aviation

Moderated by:  Paul Fontaine, FAA Technology Develpment & Prototyping Group

Panelists:  Sandra Anderson, FAA - Data Communications Group; Vincent Capezzuto, FAA - Surveillance and Broadcast Services; Joe McCarthy, FAA - RNAV/RNP; and Jaime Figueroa, FAA - Aviation Weather Group

Speakers from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) talked about a variety of NextGen technologies including ADS-B, Data Comm, RNAV/RNP and NextGen Weather.  Speakers discussed the significant impacts of these technologies on the business aviation community.

Delivering NextGen - Next Generation Air Transportation System (19.7 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Business Aviation's Commitment to Climate Change

Presented by:  Representatives from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)

Business aviation manufacturing and operating communities have jointly developed an aggressive program in support of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) targets. Achieving these targets will require not only sustained effort on the part of the entire business aviation community, but also a partnership between industry and government and the development of realistic solutions that balance economic growth, progress and technology.

Business Aviation’s Commitment to Climate Change, Bob Shuter, IBAC (0.5 MB)
Business Aviation’s Commitment to Climate Change, Ed Smith, GAMA (0.3 MB)

Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Joint CDM & NextGen Weather Public Meeting

This meeting was a follow-up to the FPAW vision meeting held in July of 2010, where  the JPDO Weather Working Group (WWG) and agencies shared with the broader aviation-weather community of interest the status of "NextGen Weather," with a focus on activities related to Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) between the operator community and the FAA.  In this follow-up meeting, the CDM community had an opportunity to provide feedback to the JPDO Weather Working Group and Agencies on the overall plans and activities for air traffic management (ATM) and weather communities working together to mitigate the impacts of weather in the NAS in the short-term (12-36 months).

Joint CDM and NextGen Weather (0.7 MB)

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

NBAA Environmental Update: Business Aviation's Perspective of the Next 10 Years

Presented by: Charles Etter, Gulfstream and Leo McStravick, Gulfstream

This session provided discussion on the following topics: pressures on business aviation to reduce its environmental impact; CAEP/8 update - noise, NOx, CO2 standard and particulate matter; alternative fuels; and the EU's emissions trading scheme.

Environmental Update: Business Aviation's Perspective of the Next 10 Years, Charles Etter, Gulfstream (0.6 MB)
European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme, Leo McStravic, Gulfstream (0.3 MB)

Time: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

NBAA The Future of Business Jet Travel

Presented by: Fred Reid, Flexjet

At a time when the fractional jet ownership model is being challenged, this session explored how the past two years have impacted the industry and changed it forever.  Faced with the choice between evolution and marginalization, aviation providers are looking beyond traditional offerings to ensure our business remains both relevant and responsive to the varied needs of owners. This session showcased what best practices are being implemented as a result of this lean "survival of the fittest" period, while understanding how these developments will impact the future of business travel. Topics ranging from the importance of diversifying one's business model and creating strategic alliances to building global travel solutions and offering customization to the highest level were addressed.  This presentation demonstrated how companies, despite the challenges of the current times, can find the silver lining in any situation and ultimately elevate their businesses.

The Future of Business Aviation: Evolution or Obsolescence, Fred Reid, Flexjet (0.9 MB)

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA Social Media for Business Aviation

Presented by: Patrick Dunne, NBAA

More consumers are moving towards Internet for networking and to make buying decisions. This session explored common social media tools and how you can tap into the online marketplace to expand your aviation business and network.

Business Aviation and Social Media (1.5 MB)

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NBAA AvGas -- Unleaded Future for Aviation

In light of the request from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR), the General Aviation Coalition (AOPA, API, EAA, NATA, NBAA, and NPRM) has submitted comments that addresses the minimal lead content (TEL) in today's AvGas, and proposes a transition plan while preserving performance, reliability and safety in current and future reciprocating engine powered aircraft.

Beyond 100LL - Manufacturer, Operator, Airport Discussion, GA Avgas Coalition Briefing (0.2 MB)

Time: 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

NBAA Meet the Regulators

NBAA hosted top aviation safety and regulatory officials from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT).  Hear the latest on regulatory efforts at the FAA and the DOT affecting Part 91, Part 125 and Part 135 operations.

NBAA Meet the Regulators (1.2 MB)

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